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  • Re: iPhone .MOV files

    jjn:I assume you mean the Import tab and not Quick Import. Studio should recognizes the file type *.mov even if if finds the contents of a particular mov file incompatible and choke when it imports it. Are you seing other types of video in the Import window? At the bottom of the Import window is a filter. &nbsp; Used the Import tab. No ...
    Posted to Import (Forum) by mdriggs on February 9, 2019
  • Re: Re:iPhone .MOV files

    saby:Are these files recorded in HEVC ? Use Mediainfo to check it out : http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/thread/708486.aspx No. Video is AVC, audio AAC LC. Container is listed as ''MPEG-4 (QuickTime)''.
    Posted to Import (Forum) by mdriggs on February 9, 2019
  • iPhone .MOV files

    Studio 22 does not recognize the .MOV video files (1080p/60) on my iPhone 8. The importer sees the iPhone and recognizes the JPEGs on it but not the videos. I've even tried copying them to disk and then importing them from there, but still no-go. Any ideas? Thanks. &nbsp; Michael
    Posted to Import (Forum) by mdriggs on February 9, 2019
  • Re: Re:AVCHD vs. MP4

    Don't know anything else about the MP4, unfortunately.
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by mdriggs on August 27, 2017
  • Re: Re:AVCHD vs. MP4

    Thanks. Top data rate for both AVCHD and MP4 on my camera at 1080p/60 is 28 Mbps.
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by mdriggs on August 27, 2017
  • Re: Studio 21 export quality: only 192kbps audio, no true 60fps option, no 2 pass encoding?

    Though nominally 30 fps, the actual frame rate in NTSC video is 29.97. HD systems support 29.97, 30, 59.94, and 60 fps, so not having 30 and 60 fps as options is not a big deal. The usual data rate for 2-channel stereo audio in Dolby Digital is 192 kbps; 320 and 384 kbps are normally used only for 5.0- or 5.1-channel audio.
    Posted to General (Forum) by mdriggs on August 27, 2017
  • Re: Re:AVCHD vs. MP4

    Thanks for the clarification (though it still seems odd to me that the camera shoots 1080p/60 at 50 Mbps in XAVC S and at just 28 Mbps in AVCHD and MP4). Can you shed any light on the question regarding AVCHD vs. MP4, whether there is any reason to prefer one over the other at 1080p/60? The only obvious difference I can see is that they use ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by mdriggs on August 27, 2017
  • Re: Importing from iPhone 6

    R_Vera:If I am not mistaken I think you first need to transfer your video into your computer by using itunes. Your computer can detect your iphone but wont get any of your pictures or videos from it.&nbsp; Thanks. When connected to a PC, an iPhone shows up as a drive in Windows Explorer. I've been able to copy and paste in the past, if I ...
    Posted to Import (Forum) by mdriggs on August 27, 2017
  • Re: Re:Importing from iPhone 6

    Thanks. I'll give it a shot.
    Posted to Import (Forum) by mdriggs on August 26, 2017
  • AVCHD vs. MP4

    Just got a Sony DSC-RX10 III, which allows for 1080p/60 recording in both AVCHD and MP4 formats. Data rates are essentially the same, with MP4 offering a slight advantage in recording time. Given AVCHD uses MP4 video encoding, is there any advantage of one over the other in terms of video quality, ease of import, metadata, and general Pinnacle ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by mdriggs on August 26, 2017
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