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  • Re: S16U not able to read .ts files?

    Depends on what's in the transport stream - they are normally mpeg-2. You might just need to rename them.
    Posted to Disc Editor (Forum) by DTVPro on January 16, 2014
  • Re: Betreft: Buying HD Camcorder

    F.Zwarts:it seems that AVCHD is too complex for smart rendering.Studio 17 is attempting to implement Smart render for AVCHD/H.264. They aren't there yet. Other NLEs offer it, although I'm not sure how successful they all are. If I was making an important project, I wouldn't trust smartrender to get it right.
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by DTVPro on January 16, 2014
  • Re: RE: Master File,Lossless Export

    The only lossless format you can use in PS is Uncompressed AVI. The files are huge and will choke if you try to play them back in real time. Other lossless codecs can't be used. They still make very big files. IMHO a second generation high bitrate MTS export is more that adequate for consumer use. You could up the bitrate more and use the higher ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by DTVPro on January 16, 2014
  • Re: Converting ISO to MP2/4

    jvsajan:If I import the ISO through Virtual Clone and replace the menu portion with a title screen and render it to a mpg2 1080p, will I have degraded the image quality?&nbsp; If so, in your opinion, would it be detectable on a large flat screen tv(like 50'')?In my opinion, to a casual observer the degradation will not be apparent. If you were to ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by DTVPro on January 16, 2014
  • Re: New Camcorder advice

    Larry6295:My problem is that I don't see any camcordersthat write AVI files. That's because technology has moved on. Every new camcorder now records High Definition, and there is no DV-AVI format for that. You are going the have to disregard what was the norm years ago and move on. Even if you find a Standard Definition camcorder that recorded ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by DTVPro on January 15, 2014
  • Re: Can I install Pinnacle Movie Studio 17 Ultimate on 2 machines?

    All softwares have a license for one computer only.Sorry, that's simply not true. Many software companies allow you to install software on a desktop and laptop for your individual use, assuming that you won't be using both the programs at the same time. The license for Studio does not allow this, but they have no way of checking that you haven't ...
    Posted to Installation & Setup (Forum) by DTVPro on January 14, 2014
  • Re: Deinterlace settings in S16

    Canuck: DTVPro: The mp4 preset in Studio reduces the vertical resolution, and also uses the Simple codec. The other programs may be using the H.264 codec. Keep in mind the H.264 codec is available in Studio as well, and that's what I've been using&nbsp;with all applications when rendering to MP4.Ah, I assumed you were using the the presets. ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by DTVPro on January 4, 2014
  • Re: Deinterlace settings in S16

    Grainy and washed out don't sound like definitely something to do with interlacing to me. The mp4 preset in Studio reduces the vertical resolution, and also uses the Simple codec. The other programs may be using the H.264 codec. They may be doing 2 pass rendering. If you apply your newly found de-interlace filter, doee it make matters better or ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by DTVPro on January 3, 2014
  • Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Ultimate does not regognize mov clips with transparent alpha channel

    The file types I can consistently export from Photoshop and get to work with transparency are PNG, PSD and TIF.
    Posted to General (Forum) by DTVPro on January 2, 2014
  • Re: Year In Review

    Very slick Tony. It shows that Montages can really make the difference when used in the right proportion to the rest of the movie. There were a few moments where I wanted the In or Out shots to be held a little longer before or after the montage, but I'm really nit-picking :-)
    Posted to What are you creating with your software? (Forum) by DTVPro on January 2, 2014
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