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  • Re: Aligning music

    Not in real time. But you can throw the video track to the left and the music track to the right and sync up the first few beats (you can see the beats visually sometimes on the timeline) - but you'd have to listen, stop and then shift the music track until you get the first few beats in sync with the video audio track. Chances are they will soon ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by jb41 on September 3, 2009
  • Re: How much can I (or should I) fit on a DVD?

    2 hours.&nbsp;&nbsp; (DV capture. 720 x 480 NTSC Mpeg2 &nbsp;4.5 - 6.0mbps.&nbsp; Once you go higher then 2 hours or lower than 4.5mbps then you'll start to notice).&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 14, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    1.&nbsp; Image degradation is far worse when you drop the resolution than if you were to just drop the bitrate. You can try it for yourself:&nbsp; &nbsp;a. 1920 x 1080 50i&nbsp; Mpeg2 30 mbps&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[master for compare] &nbsp;b. 1920 x 1080 50i Mpeg2 15 mbps &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[halving the bit-rate] &nbsp;c. 1280 x 720 25p Mpeg2&nbsp; ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 12, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    My Perception of comparing the picture quality of your project videos from worst to best: &nbsp; Project 4 (worst) - Mpeg2 1920x1080 50i. Far too blurry, little detail; trees looked like candy floss. This surprised me, given you used the highest quality from studio. I can only conclude that vimeo must prefer the source to be 1280 x 720. Project ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 12, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    I agree.
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 11, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    No, I removed mention of transcode as I thought I was going off topic (!) I don't know of an easy way of using the exact same codec, from camera, into studio. I suspect it would still be a lossy process. I've not really found problems with the FULL HD output. I did notice an increase in n Quality when I changed my so-called HDTV for a proper FULL ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 11, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    Observing this on a FULL HD monitor, If I take RAW 1920 x 1080P&nbsp; AVCHD footage and run it through Studio (with 1920 x 1080i settings) and output it to 1920 x 1080 AVCHD then I do find it hard to distinguish from the original. If however, I take 1920 x 1080P and using 1280 x 720 Project Settings to make an AVCHD file, then yes, compared to ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 7, 2009
  • Re: Poor Quality Disc Burns Despite HD Source

    Lol!&nbsp; Most forums&nbsp;- like photography, music mixing, design, once simple hobbies using real&nbsp;objects you could touch, chemicals you could smell and plug-ins that were things that went into the wall socket to make them go, are now bogged down with computer problems and plug-in incompatibilities, before you can actually produce ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 4, 2009
  • Re: Optimum settings for best MPEG-4 output

    Studio's ''MPEGStudio's ''MPEG-4'' (for standalone files) is just the standard version 2 (ISO 14496-14) - even though it uses FFMPEG to do the encoding, so it's not quite h.264 quality, more of an h.263 level of quality.&nbsp;I am afraid you won't get great quality with this mp4 codec even at 6000 or 8000mbps you will see artefacts which looks ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by jb41 on August 4, 2009
  • Re: Voice-over Mic problem

    Most soundcards expect a stereo mic input and they usually work best with an electret microphone (tip 5v; middle = 5v bias, main shaft &nbsp;= ground). I am guessing the mono pinnacle one is either a dynamic mic with no power at all or its just shorting the stereo inputs and dropping the impedence across both channels, thus lowering the ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by jb41 on August 4, 2009
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