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  • Re: My 4K setup and render times

    And don't forget to delete the background render files. Maybe there is a setting where that location can be assigned to somewhere else in case you forget. An ssd can fill up very quickly.&nbsp; Also, check Windows for hidden files on that drive. All kinds of programs can cause your drive to fill up.
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on May 6, 2020
  • Re: My 4K setup and render times

    You may want to remember to delete your render files when you are done. The SSD can fill up pretty quickly without you being aware. Hope this helps.&nbsp;
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on May 4, 2020
  • Re: Creating good-looking titles?

    Studio is one of the video editing programs I use, but I do most of the titling for all of them in Photoshop (Elements-has all the features I need). Actually, you can drag and drop a PSD graphic file into Studio.&nbsp; This is advantageous if you need to use the title graphics in a print.&nbsp; Drop it in your invoice. If you burn a disk, it can ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on February 5, 2019
  • Re: Re:Multiple improvements requested

    Thanks for the Ctrl + Shift tip!
    Posted to Feature Requests (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on October 17, 2018
  • Re: Stills Photo Colour Issue

    Here's another link with more information that might be helpful:&nbsp;https://www.richardlackey.com/choosing-video-color-space/ Before REC 709 there was 601.&nbsp; Now both HDR cameras and HDR television monitors are beginning to appear.&nbsp; How our work will look depends on many variables.&nbsp; Acquistion codecs, output codecs, equipment ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on October 2, 2018
  • Re: Stills Photo Colour Issue

    I believe the post of Pinnacle applying a preset is correct. I'm not certain about this, but your two versions of the same image lead me to believe it is a color space issue.&nbsp; Television is in the REC-709 color-space and computers are in the RGB color space.&nbsp; Software designed for video tends to operate in the REC709 color space while ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on October 2, 2018
  • Re: MXF file conversion using Pinnacle 20 SU

    Thanks!&nbsp; I've bookmarked your tip. Not just cameras use mxf files. Your tip might come in handy for converting files from an older version of Media Composer, another editing program I often use, though Pinnacle has been what I've gone to for most of my work the last eight months or so.
  • Re: Betreft: Re: My Impressions PS21.2

    One advantage of having my old machine for so long (and having used far less powerful machines for even longer) is that it's hard to forget that it's possible to run out of resources when working on a project.&nbsp; So I devise how I work accordingly. The time I'd gain from buying a new computer is insignificant compared to the amount of time ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on January 23, 2018
  • Re: Betreft: Re: My Impressions PS21.2

    What is your Playback Optimization setting? What happens if you turn it down further?
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on January 23, 2018
  • Re: Betreft: Re: My Impressions PS21.2

    leebosay:Are you guys editing HD video? Yes. Camera files are normally AVCHD 1080i 30fps (actually 29.97). That's the format I was using in Media Composer when I bought the two JVCs in late 2016 to match files from my two Canon XH-A1s that shot HDV. The two kinds of camera files could load in the same project setting in MC. I stuck with that ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by RogerVanDuyn on January 23, 2018
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