And is there any special reason you are using the fade to black between clips (unless the second clip is a black colour matte)? I would usually use crossfade. But in fact the audio should also crossfade. If it doesn't, then you would need to go into audio view and manually do the audio crossfade by pulling down the node at the end of the first clip, and the node at the start of the second clip using the "rubber band" method which I think also applies in Pinnacle...
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Wed Dec 04, 2013 4:58 am
2nd question, when I put a fade-to-black transition between two clips, it seems like the clips' audio does not get faded out then in with the next clip. Do I have to add a separate audio fade for every video fade?
Thanks in advance for the help.
Statistics: Posted by jklein — Wed Dec 04, 2013 3:06 am
The Corel capture auto detects my headset microphone and turns on voice in audio settings upon program startup. However, I wanted to record the capture video's audio, so I switched it to system audio. The problem is the software experiences some conflict between Voice and system audio when a mic is detected.
Long story short, I unplugged my g930 headphones (mic built in) and I am now able to use the system audio setting to capture youtube audio again. The mic must be disconnected before program startup or it auto detects it. Also, I was not able to reconnect my g930 heaphones w/mic during use, as this also caused conflict.
Statistics: Posted by Morrisso — Tue Dec 03, 2013 9:36 pm
Depending on the quality (who made it) of your power supply, a 450 would work if you don't have a ton of fans and other accessories.
My computer is running on a 650watt BFG. I overclock the CPU, and the GPU is factory overclocked. I have 2 hard drives 4 fans (top, front, side, back) and an aftermarket air cooler with another 120 fan attached. No problems at all.
The HD7770 is a very good card and fairly efficient.
Power supply calculators HERE and HERE. That way you will know for yourself and not be guessing.
Statistics: Posted by TonyP — Tue Dec 03, 2013 9:32 pm
I had to reformat my HD (Win7) and re-installed Videostudio x5. When using screen capture I do not have any audio. I had this problem before but don't remember how I fixed it. I have searched all of the fixes shown in the Corel knowledge base and none of them fix the problem.
Any other ideas would be appreciated. I searched the "subject lines" but don't see it addressed.
Statistics: Posted by reflog369 — Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:45 pm
I'm searching for a FX with flames or fire.
Searching on google give some hints for downloading it by "sjablones".
But unfortenately in my version I can not find or downloading it.
Any tips where I can get these flames?
Statistics: Posted by PAL — Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:20 pm
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Tue Dec 03, 2013 7:11 pm
I'm actually based in Canada and definitely New Egg apply tax on Canadian orders.
I did think about the HD7770 also, but I'm concerned that the 450W PSU on my PC might not be up to it. The specs state: "500W (or greater) power supply with one 75W 6-pin PCI Express power connector recommended".
I bought the PC ‘on a tight budget’ from an outfit who specialize in building gaming PC’s. My rig was one of their basic combos. The standard upgrade would have been the same with 2GB DDR3 HD6670 card. I did phone them on the weekend to seek some advice on the GeForce GT alternatives, but the brief conversation was rather difficult (constantly being put on hold) and all I managed to glean was GeForce GT640 OK, but not 650. Just why, I’m not sure. I’ll maybe pass by the shop and speak to the tech who was there when I bought the PC.
I don’t really want to put anything in that could risk voiding the warranty if it came to that.
Looking at your set-up, that’s definitely what I would have gone for had finances been less constrained. The FX-8350 is one of the fastest processors out there for encoding video. Still I’m happy with the FX-6300 for my needs. Just wish I thought more about the editing side of things at the time.
Statistics: Posted by Inapickle — Tue Dec 03, 2013 6:09 pm
Avi is just a wrapper a container holding the video, there are 800ish types, can you give some details regarding your video file.
When you say captured with X4 are you capturing from a Mini DV camcorder?
That would of course be the best option.
Or tell us what settings you used to capture to Avi?
From Video Studio-insert your Avi to the timeline , right click the clip and select properties, what are they.?
You can create an image of that window and attach to your post.
You may be best to convert the Avi to Mpeg2, then use that to burn a DVD.
But first give details of your video AVI file………
Statistics: Posted by lata — Tue Dec 03, 2013 5:16 pm
As explorer and xtree cannot detect disc the burn successful message is obviously in error.
When you talk about the ISO, you create this with VS?
Then try to burn with VS?
Do you get same error message?
The disc is not recognised but has something on it?
Do you have another burning programme that you can burn the ISO with?
Does this work successfully?
avi to mpeg convertor, just save as an MPeg file, so share, mpeg2. I don't have VSx4 on my pc, but am sure that is the right step to do it.
I'm wondering if the fact the avi is maybe an odd avi file it causing problems.
What sort of avi is it?
Do you have any other drives on your pc? Do they have more free space? Which drive are you using for your temp VS files?
Just wondering if the conversion it needs to do, with the temp files is using all the free space. Long shot, as 20GB is a fair amount, but windows needs 10% to run properly, so 12gb for windows, 8 gb for your files could be a problem.
Statistics: Posted by skier-hughes — Tue Dec 03, 2013 3:22 pm
add media \ add video file (then navigate and select xyz.avi)
remove the check at Create menu
then on the following screen,
- the dvd burner drive is already selected
a Fujifilm DVD+R 4.7g 16x is inserted
- size is 3.32 (3.57)
- create disk is checked
- recording format is dvd-video
(cannot select any other format, VS is giving an error : Cannot support burning of...)
- Burn successfully according to Corel
- try to look at the DVD with Windows Explorer : it is asking for a disk... but the disk is in
- try to log and look at the DVD files with Ztree : Device not ready message
P.S. also try to "burn" to an iso file on the hard drive, then copy the iso to disk... Same result
if I generate a mpeg file directly when importing from the DV device, then copy the mpg to DVD, it works just fine
P.S.S. is there an avi ti mpeg converter in VS14?
P.S.S.S. i7 with a middle of the line mother board, 16G of ram, C drive is a SSD Intel 120G with 20G free...
Statistics: Posted by Marcelzx — Tue Dec 03, 2013 2:01 pm
If the camera was tripod mounted and doesn't move, then you could go quite low and get a reasonable picture. If the cam was hand held, all of those little shakes that you get will be emphasised by lowering the bitrate.
Statistics: Posted by skier-hughes — Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:32 pm
You need to share to dvd, which will convert the avi to mpeg, then from mpeg to vob which dvd players can read.
Statistics: Posted by skier-hughes — Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:30 pm
when I burned an AVI (that I captured with VS X4) to a single layer dvd VS does the job, except that when I palce the dvd in my living room Sony player I have the following error message : The disk is dirty. I tried twice with the same result! When I capture directly to the mpeg format and then burn a disk I have no problem.
Any idea how I could convert AVI to MPEG (no menu, no edition) in a simple way?
Statistics: Posted by Marcelzx — Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:55 am
I assume you have burned 1.5 hours to a single layer disc and that the quality is not acceptable. You should get 70 minutes ish to a single layer using 8000kbps so you are only adding another 20 minutes.
Given that there is little movement within the music concerts or operas the quality may well be acceptable.
Yes you will have to render using 6000kbps ish to fit a 90 minute video to disc, but then only use one disc?
Statistics: Posted by lata — Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:06 am
Sorry Ken I thought you were aware.
Our daughter married a Brazilian called Bruno, with Tristan being the new addition to the family, now they all live in the UK.
At 2 years old becoming quite a handful and taking up lots of time, I guess that’s what grandparents are for, he’s a gorgeous little chap.
Anyway the name Lata was supposed to be a stop gap, a temporary name till I restored my older account, that never happened so Lata remained.
You may be correct “troublesome” yes “rejected lover”, not yet, but what is a “Tin Can”
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