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Joined: 09/22/2009 - 9:17pm


Hi Guys,

New to the forum and really need some help, here is what I am trying to do. I am trying to make video's for my new web site with my Panasonic HSC-SD9 and host them on Youtube in HD.

I have had tons of problems.

I have took the video's on the Panasonic's HX recording mode which I'm sure its 9 MBPS. I then opened adobe Premiere CS4 to edit the video's.

Below are the settings I had Premiere at when I edited my video's:

Editing mode: AVCHD 1080p square pixel
Timebase: 25.00fps's picture
Last seen: 6 years 6 months ago
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My question is in regards to publishing original videos online with clips from tv shows recorded via DVR.

MTV is dead

MTV is dead

MTV is dead. It was a long horrible drawn out process, but MTV the legendary music video format originators have passed away. In it's place, stands some awfully unoriginal programming. Unless you have been living in a cave for the last 20 years, you might have noticed that MTV really doesn't air music videos anymore.

ASCAP wants YouTube users to pay

ASCAP wants YouTube users to pay
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers; better known as ASCAP, is targeting videos on YouTube for royalty payment for it's professional creative members. This is a good thing for producers who work hard at making their product, only to see that someone has "borrowed" some of that property clips for their own use.


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