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Posted: 4/15/2006 4:44:22 PM EST
I am using a Sony handy cam with 120 digital zoom inputting my video to my comp using a DV cable. I am using studio 9 as my video program, saving my files as DV quality. What am I doing wrong?

s5.photobucket.com/albums/y159/SKSseven/?action=view¤t=pilot3.flv
Link Posted: 4/15/2006 4:48:14 PM EST
Cuz you stroked the barrell.

Really, you encoded it with a crappy resolution. Try rendering it as a 1mb windows media file.
Link Posted: 4/15/2006 4:53:58 PM EST
[Last Edit: 4/15/2006 5:18:47 PM EST by twonami]
Bright back grounds, poorly lit subjects and auto settings on most cams will give shit results.
Any manual settings on this camera?
I use Adobe Premier and the XP video editors when I need something quick.
Don't use the digital zoom.
Uploading to photobucket will truncate the video if it exceeds a certain size.
Are you using the free photo bucket account or a paid one.
Here's one of my uploaded videos on a paid account.
smg.photobucket.com/albums/v475/twonami/?action=view¤t=boom.flv
Link Posted: 4/15/2006 5:00:45 PM EST

Originally Posted By gaspain:
Cuz you stroked the barrell.

Really, you encoded it with a crappy resolution. Try rendering it as a 1mb windows media file.




Kind of new to the whole Internet video thing, how would I do that with my program?

Here is a screen shot of what I get before I render the video for the last time.

Link Posted: 4/15/2006 5:10:21 PM EST

Originally Posted By SKSseven:

Originally Posted By gaspain:
Cuz you stroked the barrell.

Really, you encoded it with a crappy resolution. Try rendering it as a 1mb windows media file.




Kind of new to the whole Internet video thing, how would I do that with my program?

Here is a screen shot of what I get before I render the video for the last time.

i5.photobucket.com/albums/y159/SKSseven/vid.jpg



under your settings button, choose a larger resolution and change it to .WMV
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