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Feb
27
comment Any DSLR monitors around 3 inches?
have you looked into DLSR controller apps for android and iphone? some of them allow for control and preview via a cable
Feb
20
awarded  Organizer
Feb
6
awarded  Excavator
Feb
5
answered Tips for recording pen and paper
Dec
11
comment Why does the color red always appear pixelated on TV and videos on the PC?
I suspect it may also have to do with the purity of the color. The other colors are also being quantized in the same manner as the red, but each color is treated individually, so the average area has overlap across three colors and they mask each other. The red in the sample frame is fairly pure.
Dec
6
comment Fixing a badly telecined 8mm film digitization
When he said duplicating frames, I presumed it wasn't interlaced, but I see that I misread it.
Dec
6
comment Fixing a badly telecined 8mm film digitization
Is there no useful tool (command line) to pull out individual frames from a 1080p video? If the individual frames positions can be derived, then a looped batch file with frame numbers is doable.
Nov
30
comment Dropping framerate when recording games with Bandicam
also what revision of the game?
Nov
30
comment Dropping framerate when recording games with Bandicam
What happens when you disable "adaptive"?
Nov
29
comment Dropping framerate when recording games with Bandicam
If you are "limiting to 60" using vsync, then it sounds a lot like triple buffering and vsync plateaus. With vsync, the software must wait for a video "wait state" and if the time it takes to do {magic} is even slightly longer than it should be, it must wait for the next wait state and you go from (IIRC) 60 to 30 (then 15, then 7). Again, if I remember correctly, with triple buffering, the plateaus are 60, 45, 30, etc. One obvious potential bottleneck is constant virus scanning of progressively larger files (audacity, video temp files)
Oct
5
comment How can I stream to a single channel, from multiple geographical locations?
For a software agnostic thought experiment, imagine you have N people, you get N+1 computers where the +1 is set up to monitor the other N. You set up a conferenced video discussion and the +1 computer is set up with no camera and with all incoming N video feeds tiled across the screen and configured to do a screencast. That computer would need pretty good bandwidth for simultaneous live streaming AND monitoring.
Oct
2
answered Can I manually change an .mp4 to .m4v by changing the extension in the Finder (mac) or explorer (win)?
Sep
14
comment Should I just get a gaming PC for audio/video production?
re: Graphic design, Adobe products (photoshop, Illustrator, inDesign etc.) do actually make use of the GPU by default. The performance difference with gpu enabled is slight in my personal experience.
May
23
comment Converting DVD to still images
in this context, I interpret 120fps to mean 120 frame captures per second. In the case of 5 second intervals, you want 1/120 fps (1 screen cap for every 120 frames). Note that NTSC DVD is not exactly 24fps, so there will be a time differential which increases as with playback time.
Apr
20
awarded  Critic
Mar
27
comment How to make a fake 3d effect (The Matrix 3d rotation style) from 2 video sources?
Depending on your intended use etc, when you consider that 1920x1080 is about 2 megapixels, you might be able to get some friends to bring their cell phones with them to do a "crowd sourced" shot.
Jan
20
awarded  Yearling
Nov
22
comment How can I extend the ten minute video limit on a Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS?
There is a 2GB file size limit in some circumstances IIRC. Note also that some libraries might have a 2GB limit which has nothing to do with the filesystem (32-bit maxint
Oct
26
comment What is the orbiting technique involved for this scene [youtube]?
I see the foreground petals scrolling side to side. Looks like they were added later.
Oct
18
comment Video with person 'writing on glass' effect
More like pretending she is writing and pretending you are tracking! ;)