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  • Re: Speed > 500%

    Yep. &nbsp; My 5-year-old PC couldn't handle the 1-second scenes. ...at least not that many. &nbsp; I re-created the same project with 2-second scenes and was able to eke out a rendered file even though I added a chroma-keyed section! &nbsp;Here it is... &nbsp; &nbsp; http://youtu.be/iAHX2dbXtjw &nbsp; All of the high-speed segments are ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on August 4, 2012
  • Re: Speed > 500%

    I've used that technique (render at 5x speed, then re-render at 5x speed again) on previous projects using an SD DV camera, but for some reason I can't do that any longer using my HD camera:(. &nbsp;I've got another thread looking for advice on that ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on August 4, 2012
  • Re: Pinnacle HD v15 Struggles Editing .MOV Files It Has Rendered Already

    Sorry 'bout that. &nbsp; I just filled out my profile. &nbsp;I'm running a 5-year-old machine, but it doesn't have any issues chewing through most 1080p projects. Here are the specs... &nbsp; ASUS P5N-D Mobo, Intel Core 2 Duo E8400,&nbsp;4GB Corsair 6400 RAM,&nbsp;Corsair 750W PSU,&nbsp;GeForce GTS250 1GB GPU,&nbsp;250GB System Drive, 250GB ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on August 4, 2012
  • Re: Speed > 500%

    Understood... &nbsp;There's no limit to how FAST a video can be made using this techniques. &nbsp;However, the SLOWEST (albeit still fast) speed achievable using this technique is 30x. &nbsp;This, because the lowest allowable scene subdivision is 1 second, and the lowest allowable scene duration is 1 frame. &nbsp; Speeds between &gt;5x and ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on August 1, 2012
  • Re: Better Speed/Time Lapse Options

    Wow! Genius! &nbsp;Thank you so much!&nbsp; I started playing around with this technique and got good results using the suggested 2 second scene length with 1 frame duration. I continued testing to see what speeds I could achieve using this technique. Here's what I found...&nbsp;1 second scene length + 1 frame scene duration = 30x speed.2 second ...
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by RidGrid on July 31, 2012
  • Re: Speed > 500%

    Wow! Genius! &nbsp;Thank you so much for the link!&nbsp; I started playing around with this technique and got good results using the suggested 2 second scene length with 1 frame duration. I continued testing to see what speeds I could achieve using this technique. Here's what I found...&nbsp;1 second scene length + 1 frame scene duration = 30x ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on July 31, 2012
  • Speed > 500%

    Hey Gang, &nbsp; I'd like to speed up a clip faster than the 500% allowed by Pinnacle v15. &nbsp; &nbsp; The only way I can think of achieving this is to... &nbsp; &nbsp; 1.) Render the clip at 500% speed, then... 2.) re-render at 500% again, resulting in 1000% speed. &nbsp; Is there an easier 1-step method for increasing speed beyond ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on July 30, 2012
  • Pinnacle HD v15 Struggles Editing .MOV Files It Has Rendered Already

    Hey Gang, &nbsp; Lately I've been shooting primarily with a Contour Roam camera in 1080p mode. &nbsp; This camera creates H264 .MOV files. &nbsp; I edit in Pinnacle HD v15 without any issues, and render my videos to the HD1080p .MOV option in Pinnacle's ''Make Movie'' interface. The finished product looks great! &nbsp; However... &nbsp;If I try ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by RidGrid on July 29, 2012
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