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VideoStudio • Re: VS4 pro and DVD creation

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 10:41
Hi

There are two approaches in burning a DVD disc, creating a Mpeg2 DVD Video File, or burning directly from the timelines, using a VSP file

I assume you are doing the latter. Either way you need to set your Project Properties to use NTSC

With your project open, go to Settings - Project Properties - Edit, change the project properties to use NTSC DVD
Save the project…………

Now Share – Create Disc – DVD the burner module should now be set to NTSC

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:41 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS4 pro and DVD creation

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 10:36
also i own all versions since ulead up to corel VSx4 pro and before there were no problems, i was able to create DVD and pal and ntsc ......, but its seems like that they did something with in last update for VSx4 and now that option is gone! i did not notice it before, but now i need to create NTSC dvd and i cant!!!

Statistics: Posted by lilu_hotty — Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:36 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS4 pro and DVD creation

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 10:08
Ken Berry wrote:
In the burning screen, click on the first icon in the bottom left of the screen. It is called 'Settings and Options'. There should be something called "Disc Template Manager", and if you click on that, then you should be able to change PAL to NTSC.


does that option has gone some where? there is still a "Disc Template Manager" , there is also an option to choose ntsc, but u CANT switch to it!!!! why? whats wrong?

plz need some help here!!

i also downloaded a TRIAL of VS ultimate 7 - and here is the same problem!! what is wrong? i cant now create NTSC dvd if i need to?

Statistics: Posted by lilu_hotty — Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:08 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Corel VideoStudio X7 Service Pack 1 Released

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 09:56
Terfyn wrote:
Is it possible that the original download of X7 was corrupted and the re-installation cured this? Most people have installed SP1 without problem, in my case, it allowed the import of MP4 files without hanging and X7 has worked perfectly since then.


I agree that a corrupted install could have been the problem, we will never know, but "most people" is not good enough, for me, anyway.

BUG-EYED

Statistics: Posted by BUG-EYED — Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:56 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Corel VideoStudio X7 Service Pack 1 Released

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 06:38
Is it possible that the original download of X7 was corrupted and the re-installation cured this? Most people have installed SP1 without problem, in my case, it allowed the import of MP4 files without hanging and X7 has worked perfectly since then.

Statistics: Posted by Terfyn — Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:38 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: cannot capture due to missing drivers

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 06:19
Hi Dudleyjock

Can you tell us what camera you are using, the make and model of your camera may help us.

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:19 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Preview shows menu other than selected

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 06:04
Well you do need to create several smaller projects, then render each to a new video file.
Provided the total size is below 4.3 Gb they will fit to disc.

I also find it easier on the memory when working on smaller projects than one big project.

The navigation controls within the Options Cogwheel allows you to set how the disc plays the videos.
Basically—Play All
Play selected Video then back to menu, allowing you to select another video
Play selected Video to end of disc.

Or play all forever, repeats the disc over and over, I don’t use that option.

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:04 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Preview shows menu other than selected

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 05:47
Thanks for that Trevor, splitting the movie with each having a menu thumbnail is a good idea!

Statistics: Posted by Ken Veal — Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:47 am

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 05:42
Hi Kelly

Ok I understand what you are doing.
Given time…
I will try your approach of saving / working to SD card, and include Multi Trim.
Then transfer to the desktop.
Just wondered if Multi Trim does something different in saving the clips trim points?

Hmmm

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:42 am

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VideoStudio • Re: Preview shows menu other than selected

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 05:28
Hi Kenneth

Its good that you have managed to create the disc.

Menu Structure

For each clip you see in the burner module (First Window) a thumbnail will be placed in the Main Menu.
You have added the one, so you have one thumbnail.
If you add two Mpeg2 DVD files then two links/thumbnails.

Next page
Below the preview screen is the option to choose “Currently Displayed Menus”, this will be empty as you have only one menu page, the Main Menu aka Title Menu.

If you were to use Chapter Menus, then that creates a Sub – Menu, a separate menu page.
The details below the preview screen will show the Main Menu -- but can be changed to the Chapter Menu, which should use the files name as its id.

I do not use Chapter Menus but prefer to split my movies into several smaller videos.
Adding then to the first page, I may have 4 videos at 15 minutes duration.
4 thumbnails on the menu.
Play the disc by choosing any thumbnail will play that video.

Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:28 am

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VideoStudio • Re: Corel VideoStudio X7 Service Pack 1 Released

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 18:39
I have been having continual problems rendering in X7, always hangs, none responsive.

I bit the bullet and uninstalled X7, re-installed and did not update to SP1.

Has worked perfectly now.

Bear in mind I was able to create a X5 .vsp file of my project in X7, then and render perfectly in X5.

My project has a mixture of .mov progressive clips, m2ts/avc interlaced clips, jpg, and BMP,...no problem.


There is defiantly a bug in SP1,.. and this is in no way a refection on the volunteers here,...bearing in mind all of the chatter here from other users on this issue,...the silence from Corel has been deafening.

Hope this helps others here.
BUD-EYED

Statistics: Posted by BUG-EYED — Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:39 am

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VideoStudio • Re: Preview shows menu other than selected

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 18:09
“I assume you did render your project to a compliant Mpeg2 DVD.”
I went share-mpeg2-disc-DVD tab shows with tick-clicked DVD-project loaded.
The 1st clip in the image is mpeg2 upper field 1st 1.06 GB 24bit 720x576 16:9 The 2nd clip has a file name akin to what you described as shown in the small text in the image text box
Anyway, I followed the workflow below , and it worked! Thank you Trevor
1 open new project - nothing in timeline
2 Share- mpeg 2-click on disc-DVD burner module opens
3 1 add media tab is active
4 Do not select “1sr clip as intro video”
5 Click add video files
6 Browse to video file. Click on the movie clip and open it
7 Mpeg file shows in media clip list
8 select thumbnail menu from gallery drop down arrow
9 choose and select one- shows in preview window
10double click text and with box still around it , right click to raise attribute options box and choose colour and font, size etc
11Click edit to add back ground music and video
12Preview
I think part of my problem has been caused by the fact that I have started with the current finished project open and with its files in the time instead of opening a new project with nothing in the time line. I have decided not to have any chapters, will be happy to have just one menu “icon” at the start of the DVD. So the disc will play 100% by clicking the play button.

Do I understand correctly that there is no need to get involved with what menu, or if anything , is in the Currently Displayed Menu field.

Statistics: Posted by Ken Veal — Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:09 am

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 17:09
Thank you both for your prompt responses. To answer a few questions: 1) I am dragging the original .mp4 into the top track, not an overlay track. 2) I am familiar with the scissors approach, and sounds like I should abandon multi-trim, or try multi-trim with the Smart Packages option, and see if multi-trim survives directory movement. 3) I am not nesting .vsp's nor using Instant Project to get started. 4) Agree that putting the complete directory on a memory stick is a useful and reasonable scenario. 5) I have only used the same consistent version of VS6 for over a year, and including all work on the problematic projects.

I am going to try one more experiment, which is to restore the directory to the exact path that VS6 is seeking on opening of the project. Curious if suddenly everything will be aligned again.

As to my usage of USB hard drives and memory sticks, when I am working on a flight home following a shoot I find it faster and more battery-saving to work on a micro USB memory card straight off the camera into the laptop memory slot, then when I get home I transfer the work to a gigabyte external USB drive for longer term storage, then wipe the memory card for next flight of the camera. Hope that clarifies my usage pattern.

Thanks again.

Kelly

Statistics: Posted by wkf94025 — Wed Oct 29, 2014 11:09 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: Why does motion tracker speed up video clip?

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 16:39
Thank you for your suggestion. I will look into it. I find the manual's brief explanations a little insufficient sometimes to understand. I'm not a computer wizard.

However, I would argue that QT still has an effect on VSP and how it behaves since changing QT versions did change how the program operated. That would only make sense since VSP relies on QT for some of its file handling.

Statistics: Posted by forestraven — Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:39 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: cannot capture due to missing drivers

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 16:30
Do you have, on Device Manager, an entry for IEEE1394 Bus Host controllers?

Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:30 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: cannot capture due to missing drivers

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 16:18
You say you had to go into Imaging Devices on Device Manager - it doesn't show on my PC, how can I access it? Changing the firewire card to LEGACY hasn't allowed it to be seen (Win 7)

Thanks in advance

Statistics: Posted by Dudleyjock — Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:18 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 16:05
wkf94025 wrote:
What I don't understand is why it should matter where the source .mp4 lives then or now, so long as I point the editor at the same file, you would think it could open it, go to the proper time point in the file, and start a clip reference there.

Can someone advise me on the nuts and bolts of the "project directory"? I typically start VSP, drop in a .mp4 from a directory specific to the video I am going to create, then save as the project in that same directory. Is this a flawed approach? Seems to have worked fine until that directory is moved from one place to another. FWIW, I have been using a mix of micro USB memory cards off the camera, inserted into memory slot in laptop, and sometimes using a gigabyte USB external drive. I would be surprised if the type of storage mattered, but haven't fully experimented with this. I suspect the issue is tied directly to multi-trim, which I use all the time. Dang...

Kelly


I never use multitrim, I found that unless you are very careful with the trim points you can get into all sorts of problems. Like Lata, I prefer to create split points and delete the unwanted sections directly.
I also never use any clips from memory cards or USB sticks. I always a create specific directory for a project and copy all resource (video clips, photos, audio) into that directory. I almost never move any directory and I sometimes I do, I create the smart package and move the smart project file.

I don't quite understand how you are using those memory cards or USB stick

Statistics: Posted by canuck — Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:05 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 15:06
Hi Kelly

All seems a little strange to lose about a minute, as though the timeline has lost a minute at the beginning. I cannot think of a reason why it should do that?
Can you confirm that the clips are in the top track or the overlay track?

Multi Trim, well I don’t use that option but simply use the scissors to cut the timelines, multi trim does the same from a pop-up panel as the scissors does from the timeline. I cannot see why using multi trim should cause problems.

File -- Smart Package

This option saves all clips used in the project to a single folder, you can move the entire project without problems, well that’s what should happen. Using Smart Packages is the best way of making sure you have all clips. Saving a project to a usb stick makes it easy to open the project in a different PC. Should be one relink.
However the program should be the same version to ensure that filters and effects are available on both pc’s.

Have you used an instant project as an intro, that instant project has to be available when you move the project.?
Have you used any nesting, adding VSP’s to the timeline?

Very strange?

Statistics: Posted by lata — Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:06 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 14:10
What I don't understand is why it should matter where the source .mp4 lives then or now, so long as I point the editor at the same file, you would think it could open it, go to the proper time point in the file, and start a clip reference there.

Can someone advise me on the nuts and bolts of the "project directory"? I typically start VSP, drop in a .mp4 from a directory specific to the video I am going to create, then save as the project in that same directory. Is this a flawed approach? Seems to have worked fine until that directory is moved from one place to another. FWIW, I have been using a mix of micro USB memory cards off the camera, inserted into memory slot in laptop, and sometimes using a gigabyte USB external drive. I would be surprised if the type of storage mattered, but haven't fully experimented with this. I suspect the issue is tied directly to multi-trim, which I use all the time. Dang...

Kelly

Statistics: Posted by wkf94025 — Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:10 pm

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VideoStudio • Re: VS6 problem with Multi-trim clips and project files move

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 14:05
Trust me, had I known the consequences of moving a directory, I would not have done so.

One other observation, studying one project with five clips extracted from the same .mp4, the clips have the same duration that they did before directory move, but the first clip (and it appears every other clip) starts a little over a minute early in its references to the source .mp4. Meaning if I go in to multi-trim again on the first clip (after okaying the warnings about losing attributes) the time reference in the source .mp4 is off by a bit over a minute.

Kelly

Statistics: Posted by wkf94025 — Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:05 pm

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