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Last post 07-15-2020, 6:00 by jjn. 30 replies.
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  •  07-05-2020, 18:03 801446

    Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    I've imported a file which is 397 MB and 27 minutes in length.  It's encoded with H.265 and the resolution is 1280 x 720.

    Hardware:

    Running an I9-processor, 16 Gig ram, two fast SSD drives of which one is use for the Pagesys file, Windows 10 and an NVIDIA RTX 2060 Super card with 8 gig of ram

    Thanks

    Rev

  •  07-05-2020, 18:07 801447 in reply to 801446

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Did you install the Windows 10 HEVC codec from the Microsoft store?
  •  07-05-2020, 18:09 801448 in reply to 801447

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    If you have installed the Windows 10 HEVC codec, try rolling back your NVidia drivers to a previous version
  •  07-06-2020, 2:40 801450 in reply to 801446

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Can you compare the source and export files bitrate? Alos check the bitrate as selected Same as Timeline. Same as Timeline attempts to match the bitrate, but can be thrown. Is there only that file on the timeline? Does the exported file play ok using a media player?

    I don't think Implode is the correct term here:

    verb
    verb: implode;
    collapse or cause to collapse violently inwards.
    "both the windows had imploded"
    end or fail suddenly or dramatically.
  •  07-06-2020, 4:50 801451 in reply to 801450

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Yes Jeff, it is actually quite the opposite.

     (of a violent emotion or a situation) arise or develop suddenly:

    "tension which could explode into violence at any time"

    Oxford dictionary. 

  •  07-06-2020, 23:44 801494 in reply to 801448

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Hi - thanks for the response. I've not acquired the HEVC. The reason: according to Pinnacle Studio 23 Ultimate Features - importing and exporting of HEVC is included with installation.


    Cheers

    Rev

  •  07-06-2020, 23:52 801495 in reply to 801494

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Cheers
  •  07-07-2020, 0:08 801498 in reply to 801450

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Greetings thanks for the reply. 

    The export got to 97% then locked up.
    Thanks

    Rev

     

  •  07-07-2020, 2:40 801499 in reply to 801498

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    We need to know what bitrate (not the size) "Same as Timeline" chooses and the bitrate of the orginal. That  might indicate where the fault lies.
  •  07-07-2020, 23:05 801536 in reply to 801499

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    the original is:  1088 x 720 @ 1590 KBPS video and total BR is 1942KBPS at 59.60 FPS. I would suspect the 59.60 is where the issue lies

  •  07-08-2020, 4:01 801540 in reply to 801536

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Revup67:

    the original is:  1088 x 720 @ 1590 KBPS video and total BR is 1942KBPS at 59.60 FPS. I would suspect the 59.60 is where the issue lies

    Indeed. If you look at that file in MediaInfo, it probably says the video has a vairiable frame rate. Also the horizontal resolution is non-standard. I'm guessing this is is from a phone or webcam? That's a tiny bitrate, (even if I'm being confused by the upper case - kbits per second or Kbytes per second?) no wonder the file is so small. Does it look any good? If it does, perhaps the header infomation is wrong, but I'd expect it to look rubbish at that bitrate if there is any movement

    H265

    1280x720
    Progressive  (interlacing)
    59.94 FPS
    Peak BitRate 20Mbits

    Audio
    48Khz
    Stereo
    16 Bit
    MPEG-4
    BR - 112

    Side note: the A/V track takes quite some time to load the source file despite its only 397 MB . Likely close to 7 or 8 minutes (merely offering another potential clue)

    Screen capture:

    Given that Studio probably doesn't recognise the information in the file header as valid, it's just gone for sentisble settings. The bit rate is a lot higher (suitable for good quality), which probably explains why the exported file is so much larger.

    I suggest if you have to use that sort of video you re-encode it first with something like Handbrake - it's hardly likely to make it look worse :-)

     

    Oh, and screenshots can't be copied into a post on this forum. How to post a screenshot: http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/thread/326384.aspx

  •  07-09-2020, 19:30 801605 in reply to 801540

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Thanks for the heads up on the Screen capture.

  •  07-09-2020, 19:31 801606 in reply to 801605

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    PS though Pinnacle stopped at 97%, this is where the last commercial edit was.
  •  07-09-2020, 19:54 801607 in reply to 801606

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Looks like DRM working.
  •  07-09-2020, 20:38 801608 in reply to 801607

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Thanks.
  •  07-10-2020, 2:41 801615 in reply to 801605

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Is that pixelation on the screen throughout the export? On the timeline?

    So the TiVo files are copy protected and Archivo is supposed to remove the copy protection? I'm not entirely sure that Pinnacle would be happy with it being discussed here. Certainly, Studio won't let you copy comercial DVDs.

    Have you tried exporting to h.264 instead? h.265 is very hardware intense.

  •  07-10-2020, 3:16 801617 in reply to 801615

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    A

  •  07-10-2020, 7:09 801620 in reply to 801617

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Maybe you should contact the author of the copyrighted material that you are trying to copy, and ask them if what you are experiencing is a result of copying their copy protection.
  •  07-13-2020, 21:03 801717 in reply to 801620

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    In reviewing Tivo Desktop, there is a setting that shows what is Copy Protected and what is not. This same setting is available in Archivo.

    The show I have recorded and presented in this forum is "not" copy protected. if you'd like evidence, I can supply this to mitigate your most thoughtful suggestion.

  •  07-14-2020, 2:59 801720 in reply to 801717

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Nice Edit Revup67. Perhaps what you don't know is that your first reply is sent as an email to those subscribing to the thread, so we know what you actually said.

    You have also butchered your other posts, removing important information about the issue.

    If you don't want to be criticised for pirating copywritten material, make it clear that you aren't doing that in your orginal posts. Going back and changing the evidence isn't fooling anyone.

  •  07-14-2020, 15:57 801733 in reply to 801720

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Great, we have a magistrate Moderator without evidence who publicly insists people are pirating copy-written material without 1 iota of evidence.

    Secondly, I don't appreciate the tone of your false claim of pirated material where you wrote "If you don't want to be criticised for pirating copywritten material, make it clear that you aren't doing that in your orginal posts". 

    Here's my response:  What type of falsehood remark is this? Why don't you make it clear up front - "you may be falsely accused by the moderator as the moderator sees fit from his monocle and throne".  Why don't you also make it clear up front, "Edit your remarks and you'll be publicly chastised".   I've a downloaded all of your remarks and may consider writing to Corel on your management and false statements within this forum.

    What personal proof do you have I have pirated anything?  Where? What show? When? What medium? What Day, What store? you don't have any such answers. Edited by saby. It's the 1st and last time that you offend someone in this forum. Next time, your username is set to moderated. 

    Apparently, you've overlooked I had mentioned just prior, the program is Not Copy-Protected.
    I also offered to provide evidence from TiVo but if that's not enough, keep reading as I'm about to bury your last post.

    Also, If you feel so strong about this perhaps you should direct your accusations and disgust in all of the TiVo forums and to Tivo themselves, not just at one person. In your eyes, they are all PIRATING.  And while your at it, the cable companies that provide the TiVo boxes that allow this to happen in the first place with the Tivo software. Additionally Over 8 million people have access to this TV show in our area. Perhaps you should hunt them down as well as they too ARE ALL PIRATING in your view.

     

    And lastly, to put a complete end to the bizarre accusations in this thread, the TV show I am referring too is on Youtube, in fact all 26 episodes and have been available since 2013. That has obviously been permitted through copyright laws.
    Still concerned? You'll now have to chase the 3.3K viewers to see who downloaded the YouTube series as anyone can download off youtube in addition to all TiVo viewers that recorded the show.





  •  07-14-2020, 16:07 801734 in reply to 801733

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    I've edited your message to remove an offensive comment.

    Forum guidelines : http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/thread/652416.aspx

  •  07-14-2020, 16:56 801736 in reply to 801734

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    If it is on youtube, why don't you just open it in youtube, right click on it, and save it to your computer?
  •  07-14-2020, 17:12 801737 in reply to 801736

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Internet streaming, drops, bandwidth, youtube ads,
  •  07-14-2020, 17:21 801738 in reply to 801733

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 23 Video Export Implodes File with Exact Same As Project Settings

    Saby, if you were entirely fair, why don't you also remove the false claim from your Moderator in that I personally am pirating material? That is the complete catalyst that initiated this crossfire.

    It's the Moderator's post of which he had no right to claim any such falsehood.

    No member of any forum would appreciate such wrongful commentary.  I personally find his post most offensive and request you remove such wrongful claims or I will write to Corel corporate and express my sincere discontent.

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