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How do I set up and use FFmpeg in Windows?

FFmpeg is indeed a powerful video encoder/decoder tool¹. It operates in the command line, as opposed to using a GUI. Command line is that black window you find by typing [windows+r], then cmd in the ...
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How do I set up and use FFmpeg in Windows?

The other answer gives a very good answer that covers the default way of installing it, I'd like to propose two ohter methods that are good for noobs and pros alike: Option 1 Chocolatey is a package ...
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V-mount and D-tap power problems

To anyone who has similar questions, I think I solved it. Pay attention to voltage inputs to your devices. The blackmagic monitor I was using has a power input of 12v using the two-pin barrel ...
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Render settings for DVD in Vegas Pro

Use variable bitrate to cut down on filesize 4 GB / 65 min = 8.2 Mb/s which is in the norm for DVD quality so fixed bitrate should be fine. The max DVD data bitrate is 10.08 Mb/s anyway.
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How to work with desqueezed anamorphic footage in FCPX

Create a new library and then click on 'New Project'. Here you can change the format to any resolution you want. In the sync dialogue your can also set a custom video format.
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Is there a microphone / video setup that requires little to no post-production?

First, have your subject(s) rehearse the heck out of their presentation if that is practical. If you have access to a Mac, place it near a wall, preferably white. Bounce a cheap lamp off the wall to ...
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Is there a microphone / video setup that requires little to no post-production?

What I would do is concentrate on the setup in front of the camera, to make sure that what you're recording is the best quality it can be, in order to avoid the need for post. Set up your lights so ...
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How do I install Adobe Premiere Elements on a computer that's isolated from the Internet?

Using Google, a popular internet search engine, the Adobe help page that discusses this topic is easily discovered. In particular, it explains: You must connect to the Internet when you want to ...
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Broadcast tv setup.

Yes, you can broadcast more than one program service (channel) from a single location. This is fairly common. For analog over the air (NTSC), you can use combiners and a broadband antenna. (See, for ...
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