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Re: interlacing flicker in vegas pro
by David Jackson on Feb 24, 2012 at 10:25:00 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I am too trying to render out an m2v file for DVD authoring and getting major flicker (to black). I have never had this behaviour before. :( I have just moved to Vegas 11. The project has been rendering fine, it just cropped up last night. Nigel
Re: Five Ways FCP X is Changing Editing for the Better - DVinfo.net
by David Powell on Feb 24, 2012 at 1:27:01 am
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I for one never thought it was that easy to understand. And truth be told, even if it was an inferior product, my priority is based more on how valuable my knowledge of it is in the market place. And the whole "they're only tools" quote doesn't hol
Re: Questions about the SDK
by Hans Huber on Feb 23, 2012 at 2:36:50 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Thank you Edward for your fast answer. With the word "special" I did not make myself clear, I meant all the available transitions provided by Vegas. Is that possible? Do you know good resources to familiarize myself with the functions of the Vegas S
Service: Earth Prime Productions, LLC
by Liam J. Holland on Feb 22, 2012 at 6:00:13 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
We offer full video production services from Commercials and television shows to music videos and concerts to corporate videos and interviews. Our staff have worked for many major networks and tv shows, including Disney ABC, NBC Universal, Fox and Di
Earth Prime Productions, LLC
by Liam J. Holland on Feb 22, 2012 at 10:00:13 am
in the Forum
We offer full video production services from Commercials and television shows to music videos and concerts to corporate videos and interviews.
Re: Best Setting to Burn DVD
by Dave LaRonde on Feb 21, 2012 at 7:38:53 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[Dean Longfield] "I shoot in XDCAM EX 1080 60i. However I edit the XDCAM EX footage in an SD wide screen timeline." I can think of no good reason to do so. Edit your footage in a Prores 422 2080i timeline, export a self-contained quicktime,
Service: TGVFX
by Tiago Gavassi on Feb 17, 2012 at 5:30:42 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
2006/2009 Systems of Telecommunications - UTFPR - Federal Technological University of Paraná Rotoscope for stereo 3D conversion Stereo 3D conversion Refinement of stereoscopic materials with Nuke/Ocula Motion graphics, videographism Visual effe
TGVFX
by Tiago Gavassi on Feb 17, 2012 at 9:30:42 am
in the Forum
My name is Tiago Gavassi and I’m a freelancer in film and video post production area, offering VFX and Motion Graphics services. I’m from Curitiba/Brasil and i’ve been working remotely with national and international clients. i have a very talent gue
Service: Raimondas Banys
by Raimondas Banys on Feb 16, 2012 at 9:31:03 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
I’ve had experience in the use of several digital and video cameras to include products such as Canon, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and Nikon, while working on various school projects. Such projects include short films, multiple commercials and
Color/Luma inconsistant between Photoshop and DVDSP
by Rob Grauert on Feb 16, 2012 at 7:23:36 pm
in the Apple DVD Studio Pro Forum
I'm designing menus in Photoshop. When I bring them into DVDSP to make a test DVD, the Photoshop images become a bit washed out and the color shifts a bit. What can I do to ensure what I'm seeing in Photoshop remains consistent throughout the DVD aut
Raimondas Banys
by Raimondas Banys on Feb 16, 2012 at 1:31:03 pm
in the Forum
I’ve had experience in the use of several digital and video cameras to include products such as Canon, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, and Nikon, while working on various school projects. Such projects include short films, multiple commercials and document
Re: Trouble with Getting the Right Pixel Aspect Ratio from a Sony PMW EX-1
by Jeff Pulera on Feb 14, 2012 at 4:07:43 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi Jay, My preference is to export the MPEG-2 for DVD files using Adobe Media Encoder right out of Premiere, rather than involving Encore just yet. From your Premiere project, use File > Export > Media. Choose MPEG-2 DVD for the format, and for
Lowe's Home Improvement is seeking a Senior Video Production Specialist
by manny ladouceur on Feb 10, 2012 at 7:02:59 pm
in the JOBS Offered - Higher Pay Forum
Know your audience and tell the story! The Sr. Video Production Specialist writes and creates video programming to engage and fully prepare employees to achieve Lowe’s business objectives and drive sales to the customer. The Sr. Video Production Spec
Re: HD to DVD
by Brent Dunn on Feb 9, 2012 at 6:36:07 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Transcoding to quicktime may be part of the problem. What are you using to author your DVD? If you use Encore, you can just let Encore do the transcoding for you. What is happening is you are transcoding to one codec and the DVD authoring softw
Re: Looping slide show alias
by Bill Stephan on Feb 9, 2012 at 5:22:43 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
What you want is called a "still show" in almost any standard DVD authoring software. In a still show, the still images display until you advance manually using the DVD player remote. Don't use a "slide show", which displays images only for a predete
importing media files to dvd architech 5.2
by Mike Maxim on Feb 7, 2012 at 2:36:57 am
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
I am a total newbee approximately 1 week experience. I have the trial version of DVD Architech so far. I am trying to build a menu based compilation of my own home movies. The advertizement http://dvd-authoring-software-review.toptenreviews.co
Was I right to author and burn at 720 x 576?
by Ian Williams on Feb 5, 2012 at 10:41:47 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
I have a question about picure resolution when it comes to DVD authoring, and please be aware that I am no expert in video, and that I come from an audio background. I filmed some footage using a camera with an HD picture resolution of 1280 x 720.
Vegas Pro 11 build 521 pixelated rendered output
by Miguel Matildo on Feb 3, 2012 at 8:58:14 pm
in the COW - Files Forum
Hi Everyone, I have many things to write and I don't know where to begin. Anyway, I need to start somewhere. First of all I'm still learning English. Sorry in advance, my grammar still needs to be tweaked. I guess I'm just a die-hard Sony pro
Re: Best Dvd Authoring softare?
by Filip Kubiš on Jan 27, 2012 at 10:48:22 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
DVDSP
Best Dvd Authoring softare?
by Stephen Kendall on Jan 27, 2012 at 10:15:22 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Looking to put together proffesional dvd's with chapters and menus etc. Can anyone give me a couple options for doing that, thx for help!!
Bootcamp, Win 7 and Blue Screen of Death
by David Eaks on Jan 27, 2012 at 9:07:08 pm
in the Apple - Windows on Mac Forum
I need some assistance with my first voyage into Boot Camp. I just did a clean install of OSX Lion on my Mac Pro, updated, then printed and carefully followed Apples Boot Camp instructions for Lion & Windows 7. The install in Boot Camp goes smooth
Service: Thomas L Dougherty
by Thomas Dougherty on Jan 27, 2012 at 8:59:27 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
The skill-sets needed for this industry are always changing. It’s a fact that we need to re-invent ourself everyday. Actively looking for new media opportunities, I am a talented individual with solid team leadership and client skills, experience tra
Thomas L Dougherty
by Thomas Dougherty on Jan 27, 2012 at 12:59:27 pm
in the Forum
The skill-sets needed for this industry are always changing. It’s a fact that we need to re-invent ourself everyday. Actively looking for new media opportunities, I am a talented individual with solid team leadership and client skills, experience tra
Re: DVD plays ok on PC, choppy on PS2
by Jack Adams on Jan 27, 2012 at 8:11:32 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Hi Nigel, Yes, that seems to be the only appropriate way to adjust the bitrate. Actually I did not have secondary DVD authoring software so what I did was (in Vegas)go to the Tools Menu > Burn Disc > DVD and then the dialogue box appears where you s
Re: HD to SD DVD
by Dave LaRonde on Jan 25, 2012 at 5:37:00 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[Chip Hess] "I shot a project using the client's Pana AVCHD camera, 1080 60i.... My timeline is set to 720 and am Logging and Transferring using ProRes 422 LT." Why not work at 1080? It's the resolution of your footage, correct? When you're
News: TNDV Gives New ‘Inspiration’ to Road-Tested Mobile Production Truck
by Cow News Droid on Jan 24, 2012 at 8:25:24 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Nashville, Tennessee--January 24, 2012) TNDV: Television, offering mobile production services for broadcast, entertainment, worship and other live events, has given its first truck a new lease on life — from an interior HD makeover to a shiny new ex
Re: Creating a quality DVD - Hekp needed
by Gary Milligan on Jan 20, 2012 at 5:48:37 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
[Kim Gwydir] "I have HD video that was shot with a great camera and since it is sports its fast action." A great camera doesn't necessarily mean anything... but I guess if the footage looks good going in, then it should look good coming out... as
Constant Clicking to Launch
by Richard Kuenneke on Jan 20, 2012 at 2:38:58 pm
in the Apple DVD Studio Pro Forum
A tiny minority of those who use my DVDs complain about the need to click on video links MULTIPLE times before they work. I watched an older gentleman do this yesterday. I started to sweat thinking something was wrong with the DVD. Finally, it worked
Service: Producers Playhouse
by Benny Christensen on Jan 19, 2012 at 9:07:14 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
We are starting our 16th year in business in Oklahoma City. Since 1997, we have produced a variety of Television commercials, marketing, training, event and safety videos. We provide a full range of services, from beginning to end we do it all.
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Ken Mitchell on Jan 19, 2012 at 8:41:03 pm
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
I agree... if you had edited everything in 1080i like the original footage it would be pristine.... when you go to a progressive format for computer playback..try to use adaptive deinterlacing.
Producers Playhouse
by Benny Christensen on Jan 19, 2012 at 1:07:14 pm
in the Forum
Mark Bauske handles the writing, budgeting and producing chores. Mark has over 35 years experience in all areas of video and film production. Benny Christensen has worked in production since the early 1980's. He has been primarily an editor for over
Service: phillebeau.com
by Phil LeBeau on Jan 16, 2012 at 4:41:44 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
Television Broadcasting Field since 1992 Television Broadcast Director Over 15 Years Final Cut Studio - Editing and DVD authoring After Effects - Animation Indiana / Purdue University Indianapolis Video Editing and After Effects, Multi- Camera Di
phillebeau.com
by Phil LeBeau on Jan 16, 2012 at 8:41:44 am
in the Forum
Television Broadcasting Field since 1992 Television Broadcast Director Over 15 Years Final Cut Studio - Editing and DVD authoring After Effects - Animation
Re: FCPX using Canon XL1
by Ian Bailey on Jan 13, 2012 at 10:21:16 am
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Just to add to what Tom has said: You can't open legacy FCP projects in FCPX. It's unclear, but supposedly someone, somewhere is building a widget to convert an XML from FCP7 into an XML for FCPX. You can however import QT movs and other media int
Re: Is DVDSP dead?
by eric pautsch on Jan 9, 2012 at 11:22:03 pm
in the Apple DVD Studio Pro Forum
No....DVDSP hasn't had any updates in years and is still the most feature rich authoring tool there is. DVDSP is a DVD authoring tool so there's was never plans for BD. Plenty of others tool anyway.
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Chris Tompkins on Jan 6, 2012 at 11:49:08 am
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
If at all possible, you should Always stay with what you started with till the end. If you shoot i, edit i, export to mpeg2 for DVD or Bluray i. Grfx work fine w/ interlaced footage, what do thing the rest of the planet does??? If you shoot P, e
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Stan Ilchev on Jan 5, 2012 at 6:00:50 pm
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
The reason why I made it progressive because I had to composite graphics on top. Any suggestions on how to take it from here without going back steps?? Thanks Stan
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by eric pautsch on Jan 5, 2012 at 5:41:33 pm
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
It was interlaced to begin with. There was no reason to make it progressive. The error was in that step. Go back and redo that first
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Stan Ilchev on Jan 5, 2012 at 5:29:53 pm
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
Hi Jeff, Thanks or the quick reply. I thought it order to put it on a DVD it has to be interlaced since most television sets play interlaced footage.I know these days DVD players have chips that interlace of the fly, but what about older ones.
Re: Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Jeff Pulera on Jan 5, 2012 at 2:59:11 pm
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
Hi Stan, Not sure how you would have interlace problems on a DVD if the footage was already deinterlaced, as it must be if it is currently 720p. Just author the DVD as Progressive then, does not have to be interlaced. In Adobe Media Encoder, tr
Convert progressive footage to interlaced for DVD Authoring
by Stan Ilchev on Jan 5, 2012 at 8:48:42 am
in the Adobe Encore DVD Forum
Hello Creative Cows, I needs some advice. Here is the workflow. 1. Footage shot on Canon Vixia (cheap cam I know) - .mp4 - 30fps - 60i (I would assume - manual didn't specify) 2. Footage transcoded to Apple ProRes HQ for editing in FCP
Re: How should I render it?
by Darby Edelen on Jan 2, 2012 at 6:49:41 pm
in the Adobe After Effects Forum
If it's going to be authored to a DVD for playback then you'll need to ask whoever is authoring the DVD what format they want to receive the file in. Usually they'll be okay receiving a Lossless or high quality file. They can encode that to MPEG-2
Re: Ripping DVD with Vegas/(other program?) and re-authoring or duplicating DVD
by Angelo Mike on Jan 2, 2012 at 5:16:18 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I also have ConvertXtoDVD 4, which I haven't used since I got DVD Architect. It was convenient for its basically one click DVD authoring. Also, I didn't realize this, but I just saw that I have Roxio on my computer. I'm not sure how functional it is
Re: Render to Hard Disk and then to Architect
by Danick Sierras on Dec 31, 2011 at 8:39:49 pm
in the Sony Vegas basics Forum
[John Rofrano] "Are you sure it's your program audio and not just the audio that you added to the menus?)" I did a test with a video that had no menus, just audio and it did the same thing. [John Rofrano] "Also, does your version of DVD Archi
Re: Assistance Needed - Creating Multi DVD Project
by eric pautsch on Dec 30, 2011 at 2:51:39 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Your ONLY option is to split your piece up into sections of about 3.5 each. From there you can encode to MPEG 2 and fit it on a DL disc. DVD authoring programs arent design to split up a long MPEG encode like you have....you need to do that befor
Re: Market demand for Blu-Ray content/authored-disks
by Terence Kearns on Dec 23, 2011 at 4:37:18 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Hi Eric, what sort of stuff do you attribute that 3K to 15K budget? Is it all software? what sort of software are we talking about? I assume you class Adobe Encore as "prosumer". Do I have to learn much scripting to do Blu-ray professionally? w
comparrisons ... time for an update?
by Terence Kearns on Dec 23, 2011 at 12:35:32 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Okay I'm well aware of various DVD Authoring tool comparrison threads, but the ones I looked at seem out of date. I'm looking for a tool to invest in for the future. I've just used Encore CS5.1 to produce a DVD and while I was impressed with it's
Re: Fast DVD Authoring from live video with multiple languages
by Michael Sacci on Dec 21, 2011 at 7:35:13 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
I have an old Sonic encoder system, not used in a long long time. If you mapped the 5 channels of audio to a 5 channel surround on capture, then you rip it to the five discreet audio and then recode it to give you the 5 tracks for authoring, that wou
Fast DVD Authoring from live video with multiple languages
by Anthony Boyd on Dec 21, 2011 at 8:53:28 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
This is a new problem that a long term client has dropped in my lap. I need to Author a DVD from a live video feed. Along with standard program Audio (English) + I have 4 language translations. These language translations are done live for the be
Re: Need assistance with exporting my h.264 footage to idvd
by Dave LaRonde on Dec 20, 2011 at 6:55:55 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[Malaika Ogutu] "...Other posts say to use dvdsp but i cannot find a download for it online." Do you have Final Cut Suite? Then you have DVD Studio Pro, also known as dvdsp. It's a good DVD authoring application, and it can use the mpeg 2 & AC3

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