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Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

Last post 12-31-2019, 4:21 by PuterMan. 4 replies.
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  •  12-29-2019, 11:16 792920

    Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

    I just completed a major project for my family. We had about 2000 Ft. of 8MM film from the 60's. Despite some mixed reviews I bought the Wolverine Movie Maker Pro to digitize the film. Overall it went well. I only had issues with ugly splices, but that was to be expected. It digitized the movie 1 frame at a time into 1080 P HD. I then ran the resulting .MP4 file through various pieces of software to correct frame rate and remove artifacts (AnyMP4, MyMP4Box, etc). Came out nicely after making 27 Blu-ray discs and custom jacket/label. All that with PS18/19U. Now for a video upgrade since the wife got me PS23U for Christmas.
  •  12-29-2019, 13:32 792950 in reply to 792920

    Re: Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

    Wow!! And on top of that, 27 blurays!!!
  •  12-29-2019, 16:54 792964 in reply to 792950

    Re: Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

    Yes. Between recording, editing, and duplication it was about a 200 hour project over a 6 week period. But well worth it to preserve family memories.
  •  12-29-2019, 18:14 792965 in reply to 792964

    Re: Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

    Most definitely worth it!
  •  12-31-2019, 4:21 793025 in reply to 792920

    Re: Wolverine Movie Maker Pro

    A very cool and worthy project!
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