Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Another interesting survey. On a youtube talk forum, a straw count was taken asking users what their favorite editing software was (NLE). Out of a sample size of 104 this is how it broke down below (I added my preferences as well, premiere pro and screenflow) 23% Sony Vegas Pro 23% Premiere Pro 13% Windows Movie Maker 8% Final Cut Pro X 6% iMovie 4% ...


3

I was seeing the same thing. Exported video when played in QT was washed out compared to what my preview was in Premiere. When I looked at the same rendered file in VLC it matched. so evidently the problem was in QT. I opened pref and found a dialog box that said. " Enable Final Cut Studio color compatibility. When enabled video is not displayed using ...


2

Well you've kinda answered your own question: Both videos have the same size because you used the same settings, specifically the settings for target bitrate and maximum bitrate (assuming you're using the H264 codec, other codecs might only have an average bitrate setting available). If you use identical bitrate settings, videos of the same length will ...


1

A musician family member who edited video on his Apple PowerBook G4, swore by Handbrake. Handbrake is now available cross platform OSX, Linux, and Windows (through Windows 10). Much this musician's work in later years was ripping and repackaging DVD footage - and what he particularly liked was that Handbrake was "bulletproof." It even ripped mini-DVD AVCHD ...


0

I ended up spending $30 to buy MacX DVD Ripper. Worked great. Easily converted the video files on the DVD to an MP4 file, which loaded right into Premier.


1

My setup: I am running a GTX 760 4gb RAM, i7 3930k overclocked to 4.2ghz (very stable), Sabertooth x79, 800 watt corsair PSU I once read a really good article and I wish I could find it again to link it, but it basically talked about bottlenecks in an editing system and was supported by actual builds and real world tests. But the just of it was, that unless ...


1

MoviePy looks less intimidating than other scripting languages. It may be easier to script your time tag cutting tool with it. http://zulko.github.io/moviepy/


1

I figured out the problem. My shutter speed was set too low. Turns out it needs to be double the frame rate in order to achieve a smooth motion when interpreted to 24 fps. Should have thought of that before I shot. Oh well. Lesson learned.


1

Since this has worked with Canon footage in the past, my best suggestion would be to import your a7s footage into a 59.94 fps sequence in Premiere, export that sequence (in 59.94) in a universal format like H.264, then re-import that clip to Premiere and try slowing it down to 23.976. My guess is that Premiere isn't playing nice with whatever codec/format ...


0

Looks like a codec that Premiere is unable to read. I encountered a similar issue with Final Cut when trying to import an MP4 file encoded with H264. Then came across this advice: "H.264 is a delivery format, not a production format. You need to convert the media into a suitable format. What that is depends on what the files are and what their frame size ...


1

Based on your comment feedback, and as I suspected, it looks as if the main audio has 'slipped under' the new title video. An easy way to avoid this is to marry the titles with a silent audio track.


1

Make sure your video has the same fps as the original video, usually it's 25/29fps. It could also be the format that you're exporting it to.



Top 50 recent answers are included