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VideoStudio • Re: Flash objects lagging

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 21:14
Does this also occur with the swf files which come with Video Studio -- they can be found in the Samples > Video sub-folder of your main Video Studio folder under Corel in Program Files or Program Files x86.... Those play fine in my set up. But I don't have the Flash Objects packages...

Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Fri Dec 19, 2014 3:14 am

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VideoStudio • Re: Flash objects lagging

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 19:47
Hello thanks for your replies, I have the latest drivers installed. The problem persist. Someone knows how to solve that problem? Thank you

Statistics: Posted by smeogan — Fri Dec 19, 2014 1:47 am

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VideoStudio • Video Studio X7 Crashes when burning a DVD

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 18:06
Greetings,

I created a project which is approximately 1 hour long. It is a combination of videos and pictures. I was able to burn it to a DVD with no problem.
I recently added the pan and zoom feature to all the pictures. Now when I try to burn it to a DVD the program stops working and shuts down.
After I am finished with the project I click on the Share tab, then the DVD icon and then the DVD box at the top of the program under Save project to disc.
That brings me to the preview screen. When I click next at the bottom of the screen is when I get the following message.
Corel Video Studio has stopped working with the following details.
C:\Users\Bob\AppData\Local\Temp\WEREE19.tmp.WERInternalMetadata.xml
C:\Users\Bob\AppData\Local\Temp\WER5BF.tmp.appcompat.txt
C:\Users\Bob\AppData\Local\Temp\WER6D9.tmp.hdmp

If I try it on a project I created without pan and zoom it works fine.
I tried to reinstall video studio 6 and 7 with no success. It happens with both versions
Any help is greatly appreciated.

Statistics: Posted by opus2801 — Fri Dec 19, 2014 12:06 am

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VideoStudio • Re: VideoStudio Pro X7 won't install

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 17:26
Well, unfortunately you were right. Even Quicktime Pro will not either play it or convert it to another format, showing an error for every format selected. It did export as individual png images for each frame, but these were all white.

Curiously enough, it played perfectly on VLC player. And Google tells me it will play on Windows if you have FFDShow on the computer, which I don't.

Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:26 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Audio Glitch

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 17:01
Im following the same steps. These are the video properties:

Compression: Mpeg 2 at 100% quality
Video data rate: variable 8000 kbps
Frame Type: frame based
Resolution: 1280 x 720
Audio format: Mpeg audio
Audio Type: stereo
Audio frequency: 48000 hz
Audio bitrate: 224 kbps
In the music track I put WAV files.

I didn't update VS with the patches you mentioned. But I've tried everything else, I even dropped the resolution but it's no use. Everytime I put music in the video, the audio glitch appears again.

In the past I had a desync issue with another video and I manage to solve that. But in this case none of the solutions works.
The problem seems to be with videos longer than 10 minutes. I don't have anymore ideas to solve this

Statistics: Posted by blue_shadow — Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:01 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VSP X6 - "Conversion step got some problems"

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 16:56

So, the project appears to convert seamlessly when rendering to a video file, but does not when using the "Create to disc" function.

...And that is the heart of it. That message you got refers not to conversion of the menu, but to conversion of the contents of the project. While not helpful in pinpointing the exact problem, it does at least indicate that there is something in the project a little past the one hour mark which the burning module has difficulty in converting to Blu-Ray compatible mpeg-2.

So, in situations like this, we usually recommend first creating a Blu-Ray compatible mpeg-2 transport stream or AVCHD file (also Blu-Ray compatible) from your project in the *Editing* module, rather than allowing the conversion to take place in the burning module as part of an already complicated enough burning process. And conversion is necessary, of course, since as you say, the video in your project is AVI. The problem with that, though, is that AVI is merely a wrapper extension, and there are over 800 widely different video formats which call themselves AVI, and not all of them are easily editable or convertible...

So in the editing module, when you have finished editing, you go to Share and select from the top category ("Create a video that you can play on a computer") either MPEG-2, then one of the Blu-Ray options when you click on the down arrow (1920 x 1080 or 1440 x 1080) or else AVCHD. Then give the new file a name and press START to convert the project to Blu-Ray compatible video. Do this as many times as you want separate clips on the disc -- though from the sounds of it, you only want one from your project, which you can then break down into chapters once you are in the burning module.

When the conversion is complete, you can play the new file on a software media player to make sure it is OK. If, on the other hand, you get another error message, again this will indicate that there is something incompatible within the project.

But if the new video is created, then go to File > New Project. Don't worry about giving it a name as the objective is merely to clear the timeline of your project.

Then you go to Share again, but this time to the disc options where you choose Blu-Ray. The burning module will open and its timeline should be empty. Click on the top left hand icon ("Add Video Files") and select your new video clip. Then go to the Options cogwheel icon in the bottom left of the burning screen and make sure the box beside "Do Not Convert Compliant MPEG files" is ticked. Then make your chapters and build your menu. This time you should not get the 'convert step got some problems' message (in its awful English!) But you might want to create a Blu-Ray folder instead of an actual disc, just to make sure everyone is OK. If it is, then you can use a program like Nero, Roxio or the freeware ImgBurn to burn the folder to a Blu-Ray disc.

Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Dec 18, 2014 10:56 pm

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VideoStudio • VSP X6 - "Conversion step got some problems"

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 16:29
Using VSP X6 (32bit), attempted to create a Blu-ray 50GB disc of 2h:5m project incorporating many JPG and MP3 files, with some AVI and WAV files, but without success.

Initially, before suspecting any problems, I created a custom 4-page menu to display the project's sixteen chapters, selected "Create to disc". After about an hour of elapsed time the application rendered my first encounter with error message "Convert step got some problems. [257:0:0]", providing no clue as to what specifically was hampering the conversion process.

Seeking a remedy via Web forums, the only sensible resolution, aside from rechecking my project for track & function errors, was to segment my project by process of elimination.

1) used another menu style without altering menu and selected "Create Blu-ray folders:" -- same convert error occurred.

2) created separate project using only the AVI files used in my project with the custom menu I created earlier and selected "Create Blu-ray folders:" -- it worked WITHOUT ERROR!!!

3) attempted "Create Blu-ray folders:" of entire project again with custom menu and --- same convert error at 1h:1m elapsed time.

4) attempting to locate the error by selecting increasing time segments using "Create Video File">>Blu-ray>>Options>>"Create video file with specified duration:(H:M:S:f)">>Save. This renders M2T files (MPEG-2 Transport Stream). First, 1 hour's worth, then 1.5 hour, then all 2h:5m of the project. --All three times it rendered completely WITHOUT ERROR!!!

5) again, tried "Create to disc" the entire project WITHOUT ANY MENU and received same error message at 1h:7m:14s elapsed time.

In conclusion, I don't think there is a correlation with elapsed time and the point of time within my project. Regardless, I found no discernible error at that point in time.

So, the project appears to convert seamlessly when rendering to a video file, but does not when using the "Create to disc" function. Use of menu, custom or not, does not appear to generate an error. And the error is occurring well before being rendered to a disk.

Can anyone suggest what else to try? I'm at wits end after spending months creating this project. --- Thanks

Statistics: Posted by Vrye — Thu Dec 18, 2014 10:29 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Cropping FX stop VideoStudio

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:46
Yes its top right corner.
No problem top left, down left and down right.
MR

Statistics: Posted by mirocorel — Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:46 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Cropping FX stop VideoStudio

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:33
It's your constant use of the word Maximum which is confusing me - how is the cross at MAXIMUM ??
if you mean top right corner can you say so

Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:33 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Importing Apple AIC MOV files

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:31
Thanks Guys !

I already tried Format Factory (and a bunch of others) but unfortunately does not work either.

I have not tried Quicktime Pro but have read it does not solve this specific issue (if I correctly identified the issue !).

I found a commercial product that does work (at least the trial version): http://www.bigasoft.com/total-video-converter.html
But it costs 47$ to convert 14 seconds of video, so I'll try to investigate other options first and, if nothing else works, will go for it ...

Fo those who want to play, the file (47MB) is here:
http://ski.bonavolta.ch/mae/videos/mae.mov
My daughter (12 yo) during a giant slalom (ski) training ...

A friend of mine, who has a Mac, is also trying to convert it. I'll let you know.

Thanks a lot !

Statistics: Posted by Bonagva — Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:31 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VideoStudio Pro X7 won't install

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:28
This is a follow up as to a problem which I had with VS 7 it would install, but I could not get either version x86 or x64 to open . kept getting error message.Finally after fooling around with x86 version got it to work compatibility mode.
Tried x64 version could not get it to open, error message as mentioned in earlier post. Finally decided to contact Support, and after few attempts a 2nd support guy did remote support connection and installed VS7 pro x64 in SAFE MODE
and it is working fine.( I thought I had tried the safe mode method one time and got my same error; maybe I didn't do it right way) So if this may help anybody good luck.

Statistics: Posted by rjkok67 — Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:28 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Ready to Share/create DVD - one final prep question

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:06
Again, great detail. Thanks for the education. Your time in typing your reply will not go to waste.

Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:06 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Cropping FX stop VideoStudio

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 14:57
Hello,
One key frame shoud be : height and width 0 , the cross at the MAXIMUM up and right.
The other keys are not important.
The problem does not appen when the cross is in the corner left / up, or in the corner down / left , or in the corner down / right.
Only in the up / right corner.
Thanks

Statistics: Posted by mirocorel — Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:57 pm

Categories: Video Studio

VideoStudio • Re: Ready to Share/create DVD - one final prep question

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 14:52

... is there a table or spreadsheet anywhere that comparatively shows the share method, times, kbps, GB, etc. and their respective options/results?

There is possibly a detailed version out there somewhere. But essentially, given the basic unit of a single layer DVD at 4.3 GB:

Bitrate of 8000 kbps will allow one hour of video to be burned using LPCM audio; or approx 70 minutes using Dolby or mpeg layer 2 audio; -- highest quality video.

Bitrate of 6000 kbps will allow 90 minutes of video to be burned using LPCM; and approx 100 minutes using Dolby or mpeg layer 2 audio; -- good quality video.

Bitrate of 4000 kbps will allow 2 hours of video to be burned using LPCM; and approx 130 minutes using Dolby or mpeg layer 2 audio; -- quality no better than VHS tape.

Anything less than 4000 kbps is IMHO not worth the effort. While you will see commercial DVDs using lower bitrates, their method is using much more expensive equipment, multiple passes, and pressing rather than burning.

As a footnote, it might be added that a DVD can theoretically have a combined video/audio bitrate of 10000 kbps. Given that the audio bitrates are much lower than those of video, this means in theory that you can have a video bitrate much higher than 8000 kbps, and in some cases, 9000 kbps will work. But in practice many/most home DVD players have difficulty with bitrates over 8000 kbps, which is why we say that is the maximum you should use...

Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:52 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Ready to Share/create DVD - one final prep question

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 14:44
Thank you very much for the detailed advice. I will opt for the 8000. The two discs don't bother me. I just completed the 7000 and it took 33 minutes to create a 50 minute video that resulted in 3.15GB. Thus I should have plenty of room for the 8000 on a 4.7GB disc.

By the way - is there a table or spreadsheet anywhere that comparatively shows the share method, times, kbps, GB, etc. and their respective options/results?

Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Thu Dec 18, 2014 8:44 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Importing Apple AIC MOV files

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 11:49
Hi

I downloaded a video converter called Format Factory http://www.pcfreetime.com/

But like all free programs tries to install other bits, Browser Support stuff, Drive scanner, at least Format Factory gave you the option to deselect those. It did seem to install without problem.
Whether the program will convert those files I don’t know.

Can you make the video files available, maybe upload to Microsoft One Drive, then we can test the files.

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Dec 18, 2014 5:49 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Poor Audio and Video Transitioning

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 11:36
Regarding the audio - I understand that issue for two songs on the same track. BUT, what I was vague on (my apologies) is the following: A longer fade is desired for a title track AND audio track to fade out and then for a song to fade in very slowly; song coming in over the title track AND audio track. I would like the song to have a long gradual fade in on top of the title AND audio track.


after you have split audio in the timeline - click on the video block so it is highlighted - press the delete key on your keyboard - video goes leaving audio

I felt certain that I tried that very method at least 7 or 8 times last night. A dialog box kept coming up warning that associated clips would be deleted. Sure enough the separate audio track was deleted. What I did was this:

1 > Made 1st cut/"scissors" split with the scrubber location
2 > Made 2nd cut/"scissors" split with the scrubber location
3 > Attempted to remove the top timeline so that I could replace it with a different video clip
4 > The separate - (split from timeline audio track) - wants to delete with the top timeline.
5 > All of the above done in Ripple Editing mode

Is there a solution to somewhat temporarily remove the Ripple edit then reapply after the top timeline has been deleted? OR - will that somehow cause everything to make an unwanted shift of sorts?

Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Thu Dec 18, 2014 5:36 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Poor Audio and Video Transitioning

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 11:15
Audio

You can make the cross fade as long as you like - ignore the two buttons - just left click and hold on one of the pieces of music and slide it along the track over the top of the other piece of music to whatever overlap you need. then just keep clicking and sliding until it sounds right

Video

No you cannot apply transitions when in the ripple editing mode - the object of ripple editing is to hold items relative to each other - applying a transition effectively changes the length of the video - so everything needs to move - so you need to turn off ripple editing to apply transitions and then reset positions manually

To remove the transition that you have applied to the title block - double click on the title+transition block at the transition end - this should separate the two leaving the transition selected - press the delete key on your keyboard - transition is removed.

after you have split audio in the timeline - click on the video block so it is highlighted - press the delete key on your keyboard - video goes leaving audio

Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Thu Dec 18, 2014 5:15 pm

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VideoStudio • Poor Audio and Video Transitioning

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 10:16
Audio:
1 > There seems to be no way to do a more lengthy gradual fade in and fade out of audio than the two fade buttons. Is there any means by which to overcome that?
2 > This prevents a good music mix

Video:
1 > I cannot use transitions when in the Ripple Editing mode.
2 > Is this normal? Is there anyway to make transitions work in Ripple Editing?
3 > Also I have applied a transition to a title in the title track, but, cannot now take it away. It seems to have attached itself permanently to the text. How do I correct that.
4 > Is there a way to delete ONLY a video clip and leave the associated split audio clip?

Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:16 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Useless 'Teachme' promotional code

Thu, 12/18/2014 - 08:22
Corel provide you with a free 30 day warranty - if you wish to purchase a longer warranty please read this page

http://www.corel.com/corel/product/inde ... ageCode=en

Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Thu Dec 18, 2014 2:22 pm

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