Statistics: Posted by bendgee — Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:56 am
I have recorded at 50p in full HD. In Video Studio I have slowed the clips down to 25%, and when I do a preview in the editor, it looks fantastic. However when I render to a MP4 file it looks terrible. You can see every frame.
How do I render and get at least the same quality as I get in the preview window?
Statistics: Posted by akiwi — Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:36 am
I think you can still do what you want but you are going to have to do a little bit more work - crop the main image into smaller images and use them in turn and maybe apply motion to each image so that the image moves in the screen while your roto pen target moves across the individual images.
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Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Tue Jun 18, 2013 5:26 pm
Statistics: Posted by tissueissue — Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:04 pm
Bendgee does not seem to have a problem in burning the disc, but in playing on the TV as his first post stated.
He does not mention any errors during the burn process
I would think the problem is the DVD Player, not all support RW playback?
I have burnt a DVD-RW and watched it on my computer but it will not work on the DVD player or TV.
Statistics: Posted by lata — Tue Jun 18, 2013 8:45 am
The video is somewhat playing smooth now.. I was not aware of Smart Proxy and i just selected smart proxy started checking video.. But now i saw that it takes some time like 2-3 minutes to create the smart proxy file. So now its working fine..
Statistics: Posted by yamanisgr8 — Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:41 am
However i have seen that in another Popular Editing program that its working flawlessly.. I use this Videostudio cause its user friendly than all of the others..
Statistics: Posted by yamanisgr8 — Tue Jun 18, 2013 6:54 am
So do you or do you not have a DVD-RW burner? What is the make/model?
Yes I have burnt DVD-RW ,DVD-R and CDS, all on the same burner it is DVR WRITER -------DHL-DT-ST-DVDRAM GSA-H42N ATA Device
thanks for your input bendgee
Statistics: Posted by bendgee — Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:57 am
Statistics: Posted by alexcee — Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:58 am
Statistics: Posted by Don F — Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:54 am
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:51 pm
Good news, at least you can navigate the burner module.
Yes try burning a DVD Folder or Disc Image ISO.
Read my reply here:-
Just to sum up:-
You edit the project
Share Create Video File to create a mpeg2 file approx 4 Gb.
Start a new project Share Create disc
Add Media Files—adding the Mpeg2 created above.
The size bar should show Green, no yellow.
I would create an iso Disc Image, then use VLC Player to play the file.
Remember use the NTSF disc drive, not Fat32
Statistics: Posted by lata — Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:27 pm
I don’t really understand why those particular sizes.
853.3 x 480 is 16:9 aspect ratio, pretty close to your dimensions
Your video is practically widescreen, so why not use 1280 x 720, If you are worried about the MB file size, then controlling the data rate (kbps) would do that.
You could create a 856x480 template but may have to use Quicktime, the Mpeg4 template does not allow user defined sizes, mind you QT and Mpeg4 are much of a muchness.
QuickTime Movie Files
24 bits, 856 x 480, 30 fps
MPEG 4 Visual
50% Quality, 24 Key Frame Rate
None, 8.000 KHz, 8 bits, Stereo
Try the option Share – Upload To Web – that will use Mp4 1280 x 720
Otherwise use the Make Movie Templates Manager to create your own template.
Statistics: Posted by lata — Mon Jun 17, 2013 8:16 pm
(using alt+N, didn't had any effect and the directX was the most recent version)
Now I can back to the original topic / problem.
Would it be worthfull to try burning the dvd folder again as I have re-installed the software now. Maybe it was a kind of a bug due to the wrong format of the external harddisc.
Statistics: Posted by PAL — Mon Jun 17, 2013 7:56 pm
Make sure Smart Proxy files have been created.
Smart Proxy files are created automatically immediately after inserting a clip to the timeline. However clips already in the timeline may not have proxy files.
Right click your clips and select “Create Smart Proxy Files”
View Settings Smart Proxy Manager—Smart Proxy File Manager for a list of files already created. Do you see your file?
An icon is added to the clip on the timeline indicating Smart Proxy files have been created.
Statistics: Posted by lata — Mon Jun 17, 2013 7:51 pm
Will try "My Account" and also C drive to see if I still have X2 installation files.
Appreciate your time.
Statistics: Posted by Longshanks — Mon Jun 17, 2013 6:37 pm
Statistics: Posted by ChrisKyle — Mon Jun 17, 2013 3:58 pm
Can anyone help me.. I usually need to do voice overs but the video is not playing back nicely and i have to render it open it in VLC and then stack it side by side then also its hard.. Please help
Statistics: Posted by yamanisgr8 — Mon Jun 17, 2013 2:53 pm
Sometimes I do as Ian says and set up the DVD menu and burning settings then close the create disc module and then "Save as" to obtain a project file which I call for instance "burning.vsp" or similar, thus saving a project. then if I do not want an ISO I can just open the 'burning.vsp' project and burn another DVD.
In fact I have a permanent project file called "schoolburn.vsp" which is all set up to create DVD's I make for my local school - throughout the year the videos change slightly so I can just open my schoolburn.vsp project - go to "Share>>create disc" then all I need to do is a quick change of video and I'm ready to go - I couldn't do that with an ISO file.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with Ian's suggestion if you still have all the original videos on your PC - which one assumes you would if you were using that method - it works every bit as well as creating an ISO
Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Mon Jun 17, 2013 2:08 pm
I have downloaded your image and attached to the post.
If you use Alt+ PrtSc it will copy the active window rather than the full desktop.
Save as Jpeg and attach to your post.
The attachment option is to the bottom as you write your post.
Add the File
Place in Line
Statistics: Posted by lata — Mon Jun 17, 2013 2:01 pm