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  • Re: Can't make Blu-ray in Studio 12

    bhurst: Your system looks okay unless you are using 1920x1080 AVCHD as your source. In that case, you are a little under-powered. But in my experience, even if you exceed minimum specs, top quality AVCHD is a problem to work with. &nbsp;I'm using 1440x1080 for this project, but I have successfully used 1920x1080 with studio 11.&nbsp; It's ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Re: Burning HD footage into Blu-Ray....newbie style.

    markk655: IanS - Good to see you back. Did you notice that our DD5.1 thread disappeared?&nbsp; I am trying to get it back in an opff-topic thread. &nbsp;I'm back because I just upgraded to Studio 12 so that I can produce true blu-ray discs.&nbsp; Needless to say, it doesn't work (see other thread).&nbsp; It doesn't import 5.1 sound either ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Re: Burning HD footage into Blu-Ray....newbie style.

    JKoch: IanS: Also note that your PC is below the minimum spec for processing 1920x1080 output.&nbsp; 2.6 ghz&nbsp;core 2 duo is just at the bare threshold for editing 1920x1080 AVHCD.&nbsp; But if Parker is working with HDV-mpeg2, perhaps the CPU demands are more lenient. Not quite.&nbsp; 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo is the minimum spec for ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Re: Convert AVCHD to MPEG2 before editting

    IanS: bhurst: You might be able to play the .MTS files in Windows Media Player if you simply change the file extension to be .M2TS. No you can't.&nbsp; It reports it as an unrecognised format, but plays the sound, but not the picture.&nbsp; WMP 11 by the way. ... and by the way the .MTS extension also plays - in exactly the same way.
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Re: Convert AVCHD to MPEG2 before editting

    bhurst: You might be able to play the .MTS files in Windows Media Player if you simply change the file extension to be .M2TS. No you can't.&nbsp; It reports it as an unrecognised format, but plays the sound, but not the picture.&nbsp; WMP 11 by the way.
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Can't make Blu-ray in Studio 12

    I have recently upgraded to Studio 12, seduced by the claimed ability to make true blu-ray discs (and put menus on them).&nbsp; Naturally, it doesn't work. Studio 12 goes through and renders all the menus, effects, transitions etc.&nbsp; Then as soon as it gets to point where it writes out the final files, Studio 12 bombs out with a serious error ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 31, 2008
  • Re: Burning HD footage into Blu-Ray....newbie style.

    When you select the output format in preferences, you need to note that it doesn't change the format of the current project.&nbsp; It only takes effect when you start a new project. Also note that your PC is below the minimum spec for processing 1920x1080 output.&nbsp; However, you should note that the DV format that you are using doesn't support ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on August 28, 2008
  • Re: Panasonic HDC-SD9

    Marc P.:I remember a friend telling me that his PDA got clean wiped after being swiped with a metal detector upon boarding a plane. So I'm also concerned with flash media going through the same risk. Wow, this should be something to watch out for. You wont want to go back to your office after a long shoot in the on a rain forest to find out that ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by IanS on August 6, 2008
  • Re: Studio 12 and HDMI

    lizebeth32:Is it possible to transfer video in Studio 12 using a HD camcorder that has HDMI port to a computer that has a HDMI port and HDMI cord, or do you have to use USB 2.0 since there is no firewire port on the HD camcorder? Thanks No.&nbsp; Even if Studio 12 supported HDMI (which it doesn't) the HDMI port on your computer is an output to ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by IanS on August 6, 2008
  • Re: Dual layer DVD Burning

    You don't say what DVD player you are trying to play the discs in.&nbsp; There are problems playing DVD +/-&nbsp;R9 (the '9' denotes dual layer)&nbsp;in some not so older DVD players. First there is a book code problem with the DVD+R9 discs.&nbsp; The book code is different to any other type of disc and older players believe that as they don't ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by IanS on March 26, 2008
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