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This is a well-known bug when exporting to H.264. Unfortunately, I'm not clever enough to understand why this happens, but it's a side effect of using the codec. I'll keep looking for an explanation I understand, however I wanted to get this answer out there. As a workaround for now, I suggest making a quick little eyeball adjustment to the comp's colour ...
It looks like it is probably something graphic driver related. The Mac Book Pro Retina screen shots look almost identical to what I see on my color calibrated environment when I look at the video you have posted on your site. Looks like the playback screen is probably recognized as a video playback by whatever color corrections are going on on the Dell ...
Ok finally worked it out haha Do not be a dummy like me and insert the memory stick upside down! You will know when it is correctly inserted because a red light will come on indicating ready to record.
HighPoint RocketStor RS5212 is a Thunderbolt Dock that will accept two hard drives or SSDs. I would not use FireWire for SSDs, unless you don't have USB 3.0 and you're on a budget. USB 3.0 is often fast enough to get the maximum out of your SSD, FireWire not.
Yes. M4V is a slight extension to the MP4 container format. M4V is Apple's version, which adds optional DRM-encryption. So if the video is DRM-protected (i.e. came from the iTunes store) it should stay as m4v (and will open by default in iTunes). If it's not, it can be used with either extension, and many players will be happy either way. By default, .m4v ...
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