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March 12, 2010 at 8:55 AM in reply to: Could someone recommend free DVD authoring software? #176696
yes, there is. You can try DVD Flick. It is an open source app for DVD authoring, and can burn near any video file to DVD, support for over 60 video codec and 40 audio codec. Easy to use.
Both of them are burning app. the pro version comes with many third party apps, and it is probably to burn Blu-Ray disc. You can go to the website and click the compare to see the difference in detail.
Windows Media Player does not support DV video format, and you can convert your file to WMV format. Try OJOsoft Total Video Converter. It can convert DV file to WMV format well.
you can try this free program: VirtualDub. It can split your large AVI file into pieces for editing, and this tutorial will tell you detail about how to do with it: http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/cut_avi_with_virtualdub.cfm. It is really easy to finish.December 18, 2009 at 1:45 AM in reply to: Move videos from camcorder to computer – ImageMixer? #189633
if you successfully transfer your video from cameras to ImageMixer, you can check the folders inside the Pixela folder in your Program files. ( Open the My Computer-C drive- Program files folder-Pixela). Usually the Capture and Convert folders.
Try DV Mixer Pro. It lets you mix your streaming digital video using your computer. But it is not free. You can try its trial version. Another similar program is CamCamX, but only for Mac platform.December 10, 2009 at 7:12 AM in reply to: Audio track missing after import but present during camera playback #193662
This usually happens when the audio uses a codec that Vegas does not support. Sony Vegas 9 supports various audio formats, including AC3, MP3, OGG, R3D, RM, WAV, and WMA. You can check your audio format to see if it is one of them. If not, you will need to use some other program to trans-code your files into a a format that Vegas can edit.
If you look at the files on a DVD, you will find that most DVDs have both a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, but the AUIDO_TS folder is usually empty. DVD-Audio would be stored in an AUDIO_TS folder but is a separate format to DVD-Video.
The TS stands for ” title set” and is part of DVD structure. The VIDEO_TS folder will hold all the pertinent information such as information (IFO) and any backup (BUP) files that are necessary for the DVD to even be read.
AUDIO_TS is empty because it was created to hold a future audio format that would use DVD discs instead of CDs. At the time DVD standards were being created that format did not exist so the directory is always empty on video DVDs, but it eventually became DVD Audio.
You say ” Copy”, it is not copy, but ” rip” DVD audio ripper can do it properly. You can try OJOsoft DVD Audio Ripper. It can rip your DVD and convert it to MP3 format, then you can put it into your iPod.
H.264 codec provides high video quality at substantially lower bit rate, and is most popular for its use on HD DVD, Blu -ray disc. It requires fast CPU and lots of RAM to play it. Your portable player may not have the fastest CPU to support the nice playback of most H.264 files, so I suggest when editing your video in Premiere Pro, you’d better choose lower bitrate.
hey, Adobe a useful tutorial about creating 5.1 audio in Premiere Pro. go to http://www.adobe.com/ap/tips/prepsurround/ for the reference.
Have you ever tried to restart it. This is usually workable for this situation. And you should make sure that your pc’s system must meet the minimum requirement for Premiere CS4. You’d better close other applications when Premiere CS4 is running. I got this instruction for running Premiere CS4: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/405/kb405950.html. Hope it will troubleshoot your problem.November 16, 2009 at 9:18 AM in reply to: Best codec for distributing HD stock footage clips? #184968
well, it depends on what you rational behind “best”. Best quality, best compatibility, or both?
For me, I will encode video with H.264 codec. Well of those H.264 is easily the most compatible with other computers. Yet you can also get a better looking picture with H.264. But keep in mind that picture quality increase with file size, so encoded with H.264 may give you a big size.
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<p style=”margin: 0in; font-family: Calibri; font-size: 11pt; color: #666666;” lang=”en-US”>you can finish it through a process called ” Nesting” .
First, create a sequence, choose File>New>Sequence. In the new sequence
dialogue box, give your sequence a name and click OK. Add clip to this sequence
as shown in adding clip to timeline.<span>
</span>Then create another sequence using the same method. Open the main
sequence into which you would like to link the other sequence. Drag the
sequence from the bin into the timeline to nest them. You can create multiple
sequences like these and bring them together. This is Nesting.
there are many video editing program for Mac users. I can give a long list. Adobe is well-known for its video editing products, and it has some video editing software for Mac, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effect, and Encore. Avid also has some applications for Mac, say, Media Composer, Xpress Pro. But unfortunately, non of them is free.