Statistics: Posted by weaver — Thu Dec 18, 2014 11:21 am
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:57 am
Statistics: Posted by Vrye — Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:39 am
I tried to export the video and and audio in separate files, then I joined them together, but that doesn't do the trick either.
I already did like 12 videos with VS but this one just wont work
Statistics: Posted by blue_shadow — Thu Dec 18, 2014 12:23 am
OK I must have missed or didn't understand the, "Show Message" box needed checked. I did that, it now prompts me and I all I have to do is say "yes" when it asks me if I would like to "make the Project properties to match those of the clip. So that also works now! Sorry. I went back and rendered choosing MP4 60FPS but it still switched back to poor quality which is fine as I now can render in 60 FPS in the aforementioned procedure.
Thank you so much!!!
Jeffro from Illinois
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Thu Dec 18, 2014 12:22 am
I went back and reclicked "New Project" I then loaded a clip,(MP4 60 fps)
With the New Project open, the timeline should be empty -- was it? And when you inserted the first clip, you should have got a dialogue box asking if you wanted the Project Properties to match those of the clip == that's if if Preferences > General, the box beside "Show message..." was ticked. Did you tick that box and did you get the message?
But anyway, glad "Same As First Clip" works for you -- just as long as the first clip is always one you want to copy the Properties of!
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Dec 18, 2014 12:04 am
I then didn't change a thing, left the clip on the time line and clicked "Same as first video clip" I then re-rendered it. It took less than 10 seconds to render and spit out 60FPS MP4 that is crystal clear.
I still may be doing something wrong somewhere but choosing "Same as first video clip" makes it work like it's suppose to for me!!!!
Weird but I will sleep much better tonight knowing that by video efforts will be seen in very high HD for Christmas.
Thank you so much my underpaid friend!
Jeffro from Illinois!
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Wed Dec 17, 2014 11:14 pm
Mind you, I am still mystified why "Same as Project Settings" also did not work... Are you sure you created a New Project first, before you inserted the first clip?
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:55 pm
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:52 pm
Unless you want me to do or try something else, I'm very happy with this partially working x7 because it now does what I need it to!
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:33 pm
I am render a larger file just to make sure. Ken it rendered scary fast under "Same as first click" but produced good looking 60fps video. I really don't under stand it but I really don't care if I do or not. I now think I have success editing full quality GoPro video. Thanks for staying with me on this one, and being so patient. I have some video I'm going to edit for Xmas and didn't know how I was going to get full quality. Now I believe it's solved. I'm still rendering a large file. I'll post right back. Thanks so much Ken!
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:28 pm
Is there any way to have Ripple Editing - AND - colored backgrounds, jpeg backgrounds, flash animation backgrounds, or color pattern backgrounds?
Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:15 pm
The other thing you can try is to click the down arrow to the right of 'Same As Project Settings", and select Same As First Clip, and then render that. What does that give you?
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:09 pm
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:57 pm
Statistics: Posted by JEFFRO — Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:56 pm
Ah! I thought that by VS 10 Dolby had become an integral part of VS... or does your version have an SE in its name (a Special Edition cut-down version, which would not have Dolby for licensing fee reasons...)?
In that case, you should try the standard, though larger LPCM option which must surely be there...
I also need to ask if you live in the United States? If so, many American devices are not designed to play mpeg layer 2 audio... Are you only playing the rendered video on your computer or on some other device?
My version of video studio says "Video Studio 10 Plus" and I must say it's pretty awesome. And about the video, I export it without music (just sound) and It runs fine. The problem appears when I put music tracks in it.
The video is just for uploading to youtube.
Statistics: Posted by blue_shadow — Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:37 pm
I'm trying to discern whether to apply "effects/filter" to my project before or after it has been Share > MPEG2. I will be using AVS4YOU Audio Editor. A very nice program. This program does allow an entire video to be imported and then the effects/filters applied. But I will be having some extra sound tracks and such. I don't need to apply effects/filters to those areas. Thus I may want to Share > Audio BEFORE I add music and other audio.
If I choose to export the audio track using Share > Audio > .wav ----- then, when the audio is reinserted into the project to replace the current split audio - will the new edited file still appropriately sync with the video clip (assuming no cutting of the sound clip has been performed); only effects / filters applied?
Also, if I split all of the audio from all of the project clips - Is there any way to join all of them? ... Well, Duh, I guess that would be Share > Audio .
I still remained concerned about exporting then importing back into VSx7 Ultimate and have everything sync back up correctly.
Is all of the above mumble jumble or am I being clear on my concerns? Please question me so I can elaborate if need be.
Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:42 pm
Video: H.264, Upper Filed First
Attributes: 24 bit, 1920 x 1080, 16:9
Frame rate 29.970 frames/sec
Data Rate: variable bit rate (max 22699 kpbs)
Audio: dolby digital Audio
Total Samples: 1,417, 417 samples
Attributes: 48000 Hz
Bit rate 256kbps
Statistics: Posted by gamccom500 — Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:38 pm
Statistics: Posted by Dekade — Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:14 pm
Yes you can use the overlay tracks for your video / images, but you will have to resize those manually, well the first clip, then copy and paste attributes to other clips.
That would indeed allow you to add a background to the top track.
Keep Aspect Ratio will stop the video being distorted “out of proportion”, but can be any size within the 16:9 frame
If you drag the corners that will retain the proportions, so Keep aspect Ratio will have no effect.
And yes with the project set to 16:9 that is what you will see on the TV.
You will lose a little around the edges, but that is the TV’s overscan, don’t worry to much about that.
Statistics: Posted by lata — Wed Dec 17, 2014 4:58 pm