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Don CobbleCapturing a Photo from Video clip?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 5:03:27 pm

What is the best way to get the highest quality photo possible from a video clip? For Printing?
1920x1080 30P video
Thank You

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Steve BrameRe: Capturing a Photo from Video clip?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 5:43:43 pm

Since you can only export a frame grab at frame size (in your case 1920 x 1080) and 72dpi, the term 'print quality' will be subjective. For you own personal printing, 72dpi may be fine. For a professional printer, not so much.

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Don CobbleRe: Capturing a Photo from Video clip?
by on Jun 20, 2015 at 3:28:33 pm

Steve may I ask your opinion on this post since i have gotten no response - If you know?
I am trying to find a video card that will work with both Pre Pro 6 and Vegas 13. CUDA is not good for Vegas 13. The AMD Radeon R9 290x is, but I cant seem to find any conclusive info if leaving Quadro k2000 with CUDA in exchange for the AMD Radeon R9 290x will KILL my adobe performance on PC2 specs below? Or yes it will preform with PP6 somewhat less but still decent??? Or yes and be the same??
Does anyone one know? Please!!
Looking for a balance between the two programs.
Thank You

PC 1
I7 2.8 Ghz 8GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro 4000
PC 2
I7 3930K 3.2Ghz
32 GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro K2000

3-4 TB HD
Vegas 13 & Adobe Production Premium CS6 & Avid Media Composer 5.5 -Edius 7.5 Pro

Camera
Sony EX1 shoot in 1920x1080 30P


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Steve BrameRe: Capturing a Photo from Video clip?
by on Jun 20, 2015 at 7:49:53 pm

Sorry...I'm definitely not the one to ask. I know nothing at all about Sony Vegas(it's the one NLE that I've never used), and I also know zip about PPro and AMD cards. All of my cards are CUDA based. I believe that Adobe's inclusion of graphics acceleration with AMD cards started at the CC versions, so I'm not even sure that CS6 even supports it. If that's the case, yes, your CS6 performance will suffer losing CUDA.

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Don CobbleRe: Capturing a Photo from Video clip?
by on Jun 21, 2015 at 12:05:15 am

Thank You Steve!

PC 1
I7 2.8 Ghz 8GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro 4000
PC 2
I7 3930K 3.2Ghz
32 GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro K2000

3-4 TB HD
Vegas 13 & Adobe Production Premium CS6 & Avid Media Composer 5.5 -Edius 7.5 Pro

Camera
Sony EX1 shoot in 1920x1080 30P


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