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comment AE Error : Imager Buffers exceed internal limits. Decrease the memory requirements for the rendering of this frame. (12804)
It says in the screenshot that his project is 8bit.
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comment Blackmagic Hyperdeck Recorder?
Audio should be in sync unless you have a major delay between video capture device and audio capture device.
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comment Premiere CC Button Editor Unaligned
What you have to keep in mind you can't just place them anywhere, they will either snap to the left of an existing button or to the right depending on where you drag it to. When there is no button in the row yet it will place it always in the center. But yes, they could definitely improve this "editor".
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comment Premiere CC Button Editor Unaligned
I just drag and drop them to the place I want them to be, just make sure you don't touch the button next to it.
Sep
14
comment YouTube 3gp encoding settings
Another edit regarding 3gpp v6 vs v4
Sep
14
comment YouTube 3gp encoding settings
I added info on how to encode your videos like that but again, you should definitely see if thats really worth it. It's like doing optimizations for IE6 and 7.
Sep
14
comment YouTube 3gp encoding settings
The only reason is for really old phones, they just have to remux their mp4 encodes so its barley any extra work, wouldn't be suprised if they not just change a few bytes in the header. There is a very little percentage of phones that supports 3gp but not mp4. What is your reason for that huge compatability, does you audience mostly consist of legacy device users?
Sep
12
comment Does youtube store different video files for different bit rate?
Have a look at these articles: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adaptive_bitrate_streaming en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Video_Coding hhi.fraunhofer.de/de/kompetenzfelder/image-processing/… The Frauenhofer one is very indepth.
Sep
11
comment video lighting output levels
The question is very broad/unspecific. You probably want to refine it a bit to get an answer, its really not clear what exactly you want to get answered.
Sep
11
comment Why don't phones correct vertical filming?
I have to do with mostly phone cameras and small usb video cameras. The aspect ratio of the image that gets output by the hardware might not be square but that doesn't deny the possibilty do shoot in a different aspect ratio as the CCD, as you said yourself there are a lot of pixels used for correction and some are plain dead. Its also completely irrelevant to this question, no modern phone has less than 5-6 mega pixels which is more than enough to capture 1080p in any orientation. And no they don't have 16:9 CCDs, you don't shoot photos in 16:9 but 5:4 or 1:1.
Sep
9
comment Why don't phones correct vertical filming?
The linked CCD is also one of the nearly square one, the blue rectangle is the CCD not the whole package.
Sep
9
comment Why don't phones correct vertical filming?
At my workplace I've come across a couple dozen CCDs and haven't seen a non square one in any consumer device.
Sep
9
comment Why don't phones correct vertical filming?
CCDs are always square or very close to square, anything else would be a complete waste.
Sep
7
comment How to reverse these keyframes in Adobe After Effects?
Your screenshot is showing layers, not keyframes. Do you want to change your layer order or the order of keyframes in those layers?
Sep
6
comment Are mp4 bit rates the same as Flash bytes per frame?
If you are committed to this and not afraid of cli applications you might want to to turn to the x264 cli or use x264 through ffmpeg to have more input formats available than with plain x264. x264 is the encoder behind Handbrake and offers a lot of stuff to tune and has even a prediction profile suited for animation instead of live action content. There are several great guides on the internet for some professional x264 encoding. Also always export lossless when coming from Flash to preserve maximum quality.
Sep
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comment Are mp4 bit rates the same as Flash bytes per frame?
Added some detail, maybe that clears it a bit up for you.
Sep
6
comment Are mp4 bit rates the same as Flash bytes per frame?
Ah I just noticed you are the same user that posted the previous question. I just wanted to link you to video.stackexchange.com/questions/12508/…
Sep
6
comment Are mp4 bit rates the same as Flash bytes per frame?
usually not but you might be able to improve even further when considering the low resolution you might be able to go below 200kbps depending on the content of your video. Its also recommenable to export with a lossless codec from flash like "Animation" which is available in QuickTime (mov).
Sep
6
comment What are some tips on taking great videos with the iPhone 5s?
Your edits don't give the question more aspects that aren't covered by the answer provided in the question about iPad videos. If you don't want extra gear there is nothing you can do, the hardware does what it does, there is no magical software trick. If you want to know if 720p60 trumps 1080p30 in certain situation that is a different question than you asked here.
Sep
6
comment What is the maximum amount of memory Adobe Premiere Pro can efficiently utilize?
added some info concerning disk io