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Monthly Archives:June 2015

Convert GoPro Camera Video for Streaming to DVD Player

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“I’ve been trying to burn my GoPro Hero3 Black video to DVDs that can be played on any DVD player. I’ve got Windows 7 OS on my computer and the Windows programs (Win DVD Maker, Movie Maker) won’t accept the GP videos. Does the video format of the GP videos need to be changed to […]

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Right Way to Convert Raspberry Pi H.264 Recordings to FCP X

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Not only can the Raspberry Pi camera capture photos but it can also capture full HD video at 1920*1080. The official camera module has been optimized to use the full hardware media capabilities of the Pi’s processor which allows it to handle video that a standard 700MHz would struggle to process.“Yesterday I got my shiny […]

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How to Get PSF AVCHD Files to Progressive?

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Interlaced video can carry progressive scan signal, and deinterlacing process should consider this as well.Typical movie material is shot on 24 frames/s film; when converting film to interlaced video using telecine, each film frame can be presented by two progressive segmented frames (PSF). This format does not require complex deinterlacing algorithm because each field contains […]

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How to Convert FLV File to M3U8 with FFmpeg Alternatives for Windows?

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Flash Video (FLV) is the name of a file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player. The most recent public release of Flash Player supports H.264 video and HE-AAC audio. Flash Video content may also be embedded within SWF files. Notable websites of the Flash Video format include YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! […]

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How to Rearrange MTS Videos to Store in NAS?

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In order to save your local space and enjoy your videos whenever and wherever you want, stream your files to NAS is a good choice. If you have a NAS device, you probably would like to add your MTS videos to store in NAS to allow you to view via streamers (PS3, WD TV, etc.)“I recently […]

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Sony HDV to QuickTime Import Issues on Mac

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HDV is a format for recording of high-definition video on DV cassette tape. The format was originally developed by JVC and supported by Sony, Canon, and Sharp. Conceived as an affordable high definition format for digital camcorders, HDV quickly caught on with many amateur and professional videographers due to its low cost, portability, and image […]

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Top-ranked M3U8 Converter for Windows Reviewed

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The M3U8 file extension is used for playlists that are stored in the M3U UTF-8 (Unicode) text playlist format. M3U and M3U8 playlists can be opened in a variety of media players, such as Winamp, KMPlayer, iTunes, VLC media player etc. Playlist doesn’t contain any multimedia content, it is only list of media files selected […]

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How Can I Import AVCHD Files to Keynote on Yosemite?

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One of my friends had recorded some videos using Panasonic HDC-HS900 as part of her research. She would like to insert the camcorder videos to Keynote on Mac for presentation. However, the resulting HD videos are in AVCHD .mts files which could not be imported to Keynote. With the 1080/60p recording mode, the videos play […]

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Import Sony HX400V 60p AVCHD to Aperture 3 for Editing

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Sony has produced another solid camera in the HX400V, with some excellent technologies working to make sure it produces excellent images. There are a lot of interesting functions that make it even more appealing, including the 50x optical zoom, built-in Wi-Fi and creative functions.Sony HX400V Camcorder shoots HD videos in 1080/60p AVCHD format. Regarding to […]

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Import DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Video to FCP 7 for Editing

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The Phantom 2 Vision+ Quadcopter with Gimbal-Stabilized 14MP, 1080p Camera from DJI is based on the same air frame as the Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision. Unlike its siblings, however, it features a 14 MP camera that is stabilized and controlled with an integrated 3-axis gimbal. Gimbal stabilization makes the Phantom 2 Vision+ ideal […]

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