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  • HDR video

    Does Studio 24 support any version of HDR video? Thanks.
    Posted to General (Forum) by mdriggs on April 25, 2021
  • Re: AVI export problem

    Fascinating. Thank you! If I make that correction to the source, the AVI export comes out looking fine. An MPEG export, on the other hand, looks messed up in the same way as the first AVI I made. I was even able to make a decent looking MP4, which I've never found possible with interlaced originals before, presumably because of the half-assed way ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on April 7, 2021
  • Re: AVI export problem

    The capture looks fine -- it's just the post-edit AVI export that has problems. I created a brief clip in both AVI and MPEG formats for your perusal, but the board barfs when I try to attach them. (Maybe it's a size issue; the MPEG file is about 19 MB.) Is there another way to get them to you? Meanwhile, Studio won't export an interlaced AVI with ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on April 6, 2021
  • Re: AVI export problem

    Thanks again. I've not seen obvious problems on anything other than AVI exports from this one tape, though now I sometimes think I see subtler effects on others. Could be my imagination, though; it's really obvious on the animated tape. The idea of forcing top field first is interesting. I'll give that a shot.
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on April 5, 2021
  • Re: AVI export problem

    culpanr:I'm assuming that the original material is interlaced, and that you are capturing it as interlaced (not converting to progressive...) What are you viewing the exported DV AVI file with? If it's a media player on a PC, is the jerkiness an artefact of the deinterlacing done by the media player software, rather than something wrong with the ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on April 4, 2021
  • AVI export problem

    This is not exactly a big deal, but it's odd and annoying. I'm kind of a paleo-user. I do some work in modern formats, but I also have a lot of old NTSC content I'm working through. I capture the analog material through a Canopus AVDC-110, which apparently uses a Sony chip for analog-to-DV conversion. One of the things I captured recently, via ...
    Posted to Export (Forum) by mdriggs on April 3, 2021
  • Re: title layer, on off

    saby:Corel has confirmed it is an oblivion. They have added it in their todo list. I think you mean ''omission,'' not ''oblivion.'' Or maybe ''oversight.'' Just had me confused for a bit.
    Posted to General (Forum) by mdriggs on November 17, 2020
  • Re: PS24: Aspect ratio in title editor

    Just a follow-up: If I pick a title from the library and open it in the title editor, the aspect ratio is wrong. But if I add the original title to the timeline and then go to the title editor, everything is fine. Just confusing initially because I don't think that was the case in PS22. Overall, as I get more used to it, I think the ''new'' titler ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by mdriggs on August 25, 2020
  • Re: PS24: Aspect ratio in title editor

    Right, titles, not menus. The title is fine once saved and moved to the timeline. Haven't tried the load, save, then edit tactic. Meanwhile, that problem seems to have gone away as mysteriously as it appeared. On the other hand, I've found that some titles I've edited don't stay edited. They revert fully or partially to a previous form and I have ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by mdriggs on August 24, 2020
  • PS24: Aspect ratio in title editor

    Transitioning from PS22 to PS24. Most of my work currently is with old NTSC material, which was never a problem in PS22. But now I'm having an odd problem with the PS24 titler. My typical approach to chapter titles is to create one and then edit it for subsequent chapters, or even to pick up a title from a previous project and work from it. When I ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by mdriggs on August 23, 2020
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