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The parameters of this effect do not give go od feedback during stationary preview. You can use t he playback controls or the scrubbers to see the impact they have during playback.
Video clips reception. The slider controls set the amount and characteristics of the noise: Set the strength of the effect. The resulting distortion increases as the slider moves right. Video clips The Horizontal and Vertical sliders control the amount of blur in their re spective direction s from zero no blur to the maximum value. The Left , Right , Top and Bottom sliders specify the margins of the blurred region as percentages of the frame width and height.
Old film Old movies have a number of traits that are usually considered undesirable: Video clips Stained glass This effect simulates the appearance of viewing the video through a pane of irregular polygons arranged into a mosaic. The tool walks you through the creation process with simple step- by-step instructions. To begin, use the Album to locate the video footage you want to include, and drag the scenes onto the Movie Window.
Video clips tracks. Move the slider all the way to the right if you want to hear only the music track in the finished video. The last configuration step is to ente r the text to use for the opening and closing titles.
Each text line consists of two edit fields. Two-track editing with Studio Plus Studio Plus brings the power of m ultitrack video editing to Studio with th e addition of an auxiliary video track on the Movie Window Timeline called the overlay track. Two-track editin g with Studio Plus Displaying and hiding the overlay track As we have just seen, the overlay video and audio tracks are displayed when you add your first overlay clip.
Similarly, when you remove the last clip from these tracks, Studio again hides them from view. The main video is obscured while the B clip is playing.
In the J-cut and the L-cut, the audio portion of a clip begins a little before J or a little after L the video. They are often used together to soften the star t and end of an inserted clip. Because they are used independently, we treat them as separate tools.
These controls set the color, width and transparency of the border that will be drawn around the overlay frame. See page for information on how to use the color controls. Two-track editin g with Studio Plus The PIP effect interface If you prefer to enter your PIP parameter setting s numerically rather than gra phically, you can turn to an alternative interface provided by the Video effects tool.
The Transparency slider lets the main video show through the PIP overla y to any desired degree. Two-track editin g with Studio Plus The color circle on the Chroma key tool highlights a range of hues around the circumference and color saturation values along the radius. Any pixel in the overlay frame whose hue and saturation fall within the highlighted region will be treated as transparent. This option is handy when you want to set up the same chroma key settings for a number of different clips.
As long the option is checked, chroma key will automatica lly be applied to each new clip that you drag onto the overlay track, using the same settings tha t were displayed the last tim e the tool was open. Two-track editin g with Studio Plus Chroma key tips No matter how good your software may be, successful use of chroma key depends on carefully setting up your shot, and may require experime ntation to get the details just right.
Chroma keyers do better with a smooth edge than a jagged or complex one, so try to have your subject present a smooth profile to the camera. Hair is particularly tricky, and should be slicked down if possible.
Two-track editin g with Studio Plus Selecting colors To select colors in tools and effects that provide a color parameter, click either on the color swatch left or the eye dropper button. The first opens a standard color picker dialog; while the second lets you choose a color by clicking anywhere on the screen.
Transitions A transition is an animated effect that eases — or emphasizes — the passage from one clip to the next. Fades, wipes and dissol ves are common types of transition. Others are more exotic, and may even involve sophisticated 3-D graphics. Five snapshots from the life of a 2-second diagonal wipe transition. If a transition is to last for two seconds the default transition duration in a fresh Studio installatio n , the second clip begins to run tw o seconds before the first clip is finished.
Transitions own movies. Generally, it is advisable to refrain from overusing transitions that cause abrupt changes or otherwise draw attention to them selves: A dissolve is similar to a fade, except that the new scene begins to fade up even while the old one is fading down. The visual overlap this produces is less dramatic than a fade, but less abrupt than a cut. A short di ssolve can take the edge off a cut, while a long dissolve is useful to suggest the passage of time. Apart from the waterm ark a special graphic superimposed on part of the video , the demo effects can be previewed normally within Studio.
Transitions transition is placed between two clips, the aud io cross- fades the audio equiva lent of a dissolve. The only exception to this rule is the Fade transition, which takes the audio completely out then back in again.
Normal transitions cause a cro ss- fade in the audio left. For all transition types, this tool p rovides previewing controls, and the ability to set two properties: Still images Video usually means images in motion, but m ost productions also include stationary titles or graphics, and may include other types of still image as well.
The still images you can use in your movies include: Fo r optimum results, you m ay need to prepare the image in an im age-editing application beforehand. Studio Plus users have an additional option, the overlay track, for adding their images to the Timeline. Still images Controlling transparency in overlay images Viewed in the Album, or in a graphics editor, an overlay image appears to have a solid background.
When you place it on the title track, however, the background disappears, allo wing the video to show through. The exceptions are effects like Speed and Strobe that only make sense for moving video. Still images With bitmapped images , including ordinary photos and image files, and with disc menus, double-click the clip for a third way to access the tool.
Double-clicking a title, however, opens it directly into the Title Editor instead. This technique is closely associated with the well-known documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. Still images and magnification with these controls until the image is cropped and framed to your satisfaction.
The Reset button removes all your position and zoom changes, restoring the origin al framing of the image. Still images above scenario, this returns the viewer to the original context, perhaps closing a chapter or episode within your movie. This technique can be used to impart a sense of discovery when a dramatic or humorous detai l finally comes into view. A fifth view pulls back to show as much of the entire canvas as will fit in a wide-screen frame without black sidebars.
Still images The Pan and zoom effect is found in the Fun Effects group. Most of the available parameter settings are exactly parallel to those off ered by the Clip properties tool: The grabbed frame can be a dded directly to your movie or saved out to disk in a ny of a number of standard graphics formats.
Still images configured in the Capture Source options panel page and the Capture Format options panel page The Frame grabber in grab-from-movie mode. When you grab from an external source e. This button inserts the grabbed frame into the Movie Window video track ahead of the currently-selected clip.
When the end of a menu clip is reached during disc preview or playback, it is immediately restarted. This produces a jump in the playback position affecting all clips that run simultaneously with the menu, regardless of type — video if the menu is an overlay , audio or still image. Disc menus has links to five chapters.
Our menu is designed to display two chapter links per page, so three pages are required to accommodate all the links. The second page is the one appearing in the illustration.
These represent links from the menu you just added. Disc menus Using menus from the Album The Disc Menus section of the Album contains a collection of menus that have been designed for particular occasions, aut horing styles and chapter counts. Each menu provide s a background picture, a title, a set of chapte r buttons generally with spaces for thumbnail frames , and a pair of Next page and Previous page buttons.
The four arrow controls in this cluster move the on- screen cursor within a disc m enu to select one of its buttons. The oval button in the middle of th e cluster activates the currently-selected on-screen button, which is indicated by highlighting. Disc menus track, which materializes above the video track the first time a menu is added to your m ovie and vanishes again if all menus are removed.
The menu itself is marked by a colored rectangle in the menu track M1 and M2 in the illustration above. Right-click the menu track or the video track and choose either Set Disc Chapter or Set Return to Menu , depending on the kind of link you want to create.
Return to menu links are always created at the end of the current clip, rather than at the exact poin t where you click. Disc menus The Edit menu button at the top right of the tool opens the menu in the Title Editor.
There you can change every visual aspect of the menu: Disc menus control to select the menu button you want to work on. The selected button is highlighted in the preview area. You can also select a button by clicking on it in the preview area. Button caption text field: Edit the text for the current button without going to the Title Editor. Chapter-editing controls The controls in this area se lect or modify the individual chapter buttons within a menu. Disc menus To create a link using drag-and-drop: The button is linked to the first frame of the clip.
Its extensive suite of text and image effects and tools provides endless possibilities for the visual design of your movie. The Title E ditor screen title or menu, or vice ve rsa, just drag it onto the other Timeline track. If you find yourself creating a title when you wanted a disc menu, you can easily switch over in the Title Editor. A title has none. Adding a button to a title turns it into a menu, and deleting the last button on a menu turns it into a title.
The Title E ditor When the object has the si ze and proportions you want, release the mouse. Whatever its type, the object is created with the sp ecified dimensions. Its other attributes — color, shading, shadow, etc. The Title E ditor Advanced text editing features As in a word processing program, the Title Editor allows you to format a sele cted range of characters. Simply mark an adjacent set of characters with th e mouse and apply the formatting you desire. The Title E ditor Object layout buttons The two left buttons in this clu ster are for grouping and ungrouping Ti tle Editor objects.
The first button is availabl e when multiple objects are selected. Its action is to link the objects into a group — a composite object that is tre a ted as a single entity by editing operations. All of these commands are particularly useful in menu creation, since you generally want menu buttons to be laid out in a regular fashion.
The Title E ditor Clipboard and delete buttons The buttons in this cluster provide the familiar editing operations Cut , Copy , Paste and Delete , all of which operate on gr oups, individual objects, or on selected text within a Title Editor text ob ject. The three justification o ptions — Left, Center and Right — affect the placement of the text within its b ox and not the placement of the box itself within the Edit Window, which is the function of the object justification menu.
It contains resources for building menus and titles in the same way that the main Studio Album contains resources for creating movies. New objects are created with the most recently selected look. Selecting a look in the Looks Browser: Each button in the Standard tab is avail able in eight styles, which are presented to you as a submenu. The swatch beside the second button pops up a gradient designer that lets you define a gradient by assigning the starting colors to each corner of a square surface.
If you are working on an overlay title, you may find interesting ways to use the Opacity setting on the colo r- picker dialogs for these buttons, especially when the overlay is coupled with transitions.
The Title E ditor Picture objects behave just like text objects and the two types of graphic object with respect to grouping, alignment and similar controls. Each button is an im age file in Targa tga format. Exam ination of the files in an ar t program like Adobe PhotoShop or Paint Shop Pro will show that the transparent por tion of the button image, and the special area for the display of thumbnails where applicable , are defined by an alpha channel included with the image.
Just create a text object, make it as fancy as you like with text stylings and the Looks Browser, and assign it the normal button action. Clear the Highlight style checkbox if you want to disable button highlighting while working in the Title Editor.
Sound effects and music Video may be thought of as primarily a visual medium , but the role of sound in your movies is often no less important than that of the images on the screen. Feature film and television productions include numerous types of audio, be ginning with the dialog and other sounds created during live action. For best results a digital audio connection RCA or optical is recommended. The original audio for video clips on the overlay track.
Sound effect and voice-over track: Sound effects and voice-overs are the typical co ntent on this track. Sound effec ts and music Switching audio tracks Although the audio tracks do have their specialized roles, as described above, these m ainly control the choice of track where new clips will appear. Original audio will always be placed on the original audio track when a new video clip is brought in; new voice-overs will always be created on the sound effects and voice- overs track; and new CD audio and SmartSound clips will be added to the background music track.
The controls on the tool will become available only when Studio can of fer at least one entry on the CD Title dropdown list. Sound effec ts and music the CD if it is not already in the drive , so that the audio data can be captured. The total length of the selected clips will determine the initial setting for the m usic duration, though you can modify the value at any time by trimming on the Timeline or d irectly editing the Duration counter in the tool.
Sound effec ts and music When you have made your choice, click the Add to Movie button. Studio creates the new clip on the background music track beginning at the current time index as shown by the Ti meline scrubber and the preview frame in the Player. When you are ready, open the Voice-over tool.
Note that the recording lamp — the dark re ctangle in the upper left of the above illustration — is not lit. Sound effec ts and music level is set with the Recording level slider and its accompanying level meter on the Voice-over tool. Microphone or Line In. The Channels and Sample rate adjustments on the options dialog control the quality of voice-overs or other recorded audio. CD Title is also an editable text field, so you can enter the actual title of the CD. Sound effec ts and music Anatomy of an audio clip An audio clip icon on the Timeline has several parts.
The boundaries of each clip are denoted by vertical bars. The actual content of the audio is indicated by a waveform graph: Waveform graph excerpt from three neighboring clips. Unlike the waveform graph, or the adjustment lines for balance and fade see below , the volum e adjustment line is scaled logarithmically. The volume adjustment cu rsor will appear: Click the left mouse button, and drag up or down within the clip.
Sound effec ts and music In the case of left-right ste reo balance, adjusting the line upwards from the center positions the audio further to the left. The overlay audio controls are displayed only when the overlay video and audio tracks are open in the Movie Window.
Sound effec ts and music affects the vertical positi on of the volume adjustment lines on all clips on the trac k, but does not change their contour. The fade buttons s produce a fade-in from or a fade- out to the current position of the movie. Each track can be ind ependently placed anywhere within the re ctangular listening area.
Here, the original audio track has been placed farthest from the listen er, near the left front speaker. Sound effec ts and music Icons for audio effects In Timeline mode, any special effects you have applied to an audio or video clip are indicated by small icons along the bottom of the clip. These correspond to the effects groups shown by the Add new effect browser in the Audio effects and Video effects tools.
It divides the audio spectrum into ten bands , each centered on a different sound frequency. It can make your clips sound as though you were hearing them on a radio with bad reception or a worn and scratched vinyl record. This dial adds crackle to create that old vinyl record sound. Sound effec ts and music AC: This emulates the constant, low hum of AC current.
This dial regulates the amount of overall effect. For instance, your commentary as you shoot the video may be record ed at such a high level that it overwhelms other sounds at the location. Sound effec ts and music is greater for a large roo m th an a small one. The rate at which the echoes die away depends on both the room size and the reflectivity of the walls.
The presets for Reverb are named for the type of room they simulate — from the passenger cabin of a car all the way up to a huge underground cavern. Making your movie Studio gives you a variety of ways to share your video productions. This chapter explains how to: Making your movie Outputting to a camera or video recorder Otherwise, to view your movie as it is recorded, a TV set or a video monitor must be attached to the video outputs of your recorder.
Studio relies on continuous, uninterrupted timecode to recapture these clips. Once rendering is complete, Studio requires a few seconds to prepare for output to your camcorder or VCR. Making your movie the trade-off between file size and quality: Both video and audio compression are adjustable.
Video compression adjustments include frame size, frame rate and data rate a fter com pression. You ma y want to make an AVI audio-only file for import into another program. Alternatively, you might want to omit the audio from a small web-page video in order to minimize the file size. Check the Diskometer to make sure you have enough drive space. Enter a name for your mpg file when prom pted. The default directory for saving your file is: You can share those movies w ith anyone around the world who has compatible software: Click the green Create Web file button.
Type in a name for your rm RealVideo or wmv Windows Media file. Th e default directory in which your file will be saved is: Making your movie button. If you want anothe r frame of your movie to appear, use the playback controls in the Player to find the frame of your choice, then click the Set thumbnail button.
Click the green Share my video button to begin the process of sharing your movie. Your VCD discs can be played back: Making your movie Your DVD discs can be played back: Most players can handle the common formats.
Also shown are the length of your movie, and a reminder of the disc-typ e and quality setting you have chosen. The defa ult values have been chosen to work well for the m ajority of situations and hardware. However, you may wi sh to modify them to suit either your work styl e or your specific equ ipment configuration. There is no master reset. If you want to return to the factory preset values, use the information in the f ollowing sections, which deal with all ten options panels in turn.
Setup options camera, etc. Your selection determ ines the availability of some other Capture source settings, and of many settings on the Capture format panel. Your choice of audio devices is constrained by which video device is selected. This dropdown list specifies whether the video source for future analog captures should be interpreted as having normal 4: Setup options Data code does not work if the tape: You will not see all the se ttings described below displayed at once.
Presets The settings in the other areas on the Capture format panel depend on your choice in this Presets area. Setup options the video settings manually. Th e best preset to use is the lowest one that meets the requir ements of all the devices on which your movie will be played. Pinnacle Systems cannot provide technical support for problems associated with the use of codecs that are not so certified.
Setup options Pre-filter: This option activates a smoothing algorithm to improve apparent picture quality when capturing at lower resolutions. The sharpness of the image is slightly reduced.
This option speeds up the encoding process with some reduction in quality when capturing to an MPEG file. Clear this check box if you are not planning to use the capture d audio in your production. Setup options relating to editing are on the C D, Voice-over and Surround panel see page Default durations These duration times are measured in seconds and frames. Depending on the speed of your computer system, Studio may be unable to calcu late some of its m ore complex effects rapidly enough to provide a completely smooth and detailed preview in the Player.
Setup options The choices involve a trade-off: If you are not planning to output your project to videotape, Optimize for preview is always the better choice. Setup options Drive letter: If you have multiple CD drives, choose one to use as the CD audio source for your movies. A dropdown list of choices for attaching a microphone to your hardware.
These settings control audio quality. If you are printing making tape to a DV device, you can choose to have Studio start and stop the device automatically instead of having to do it yourself. Setup options 5. Studio renders your movie, then sends the record command to your DV device. Studio outputs the first frame of your movie without audio for the duration entered for record delay time, giving the device time to bring the ta pe up to speed and begin recording.
Setup options width and height greatly d ecreases file size, although compression moderates this effect. Depending on the codec being used, you can adjust the quality percentage or data rate with the slider. You may choose between 8- and bit mono and stereo sound. Sound quality and fi le size increases when you add a second channel or increase bit depth. Setup options Video settings Compression: MPEG-2 files require special decoder software.
Digital audio is produced by taking discrete samples of a continuous analog waveform — the more samples, the bette r the sound. MPEG supports two sample rates, You can adjust the data rates for audio an d video separately using the sliders. Setup options typically used to identif y the movie for Internet search engines. When this selection is made, the output file will contain video only. This option provides adequate qu ality for spoken audio in clips without music. This option is designed for situations where, even though background music may be pr esent, the spoken audio predominates.
This character field lets you enter keywords for encoding into the movie. It is typically used to identify the movie for Internet search engines. Options in other areas of the panel ar e dependent on this choice.
Burn options Burn directly to disc: Your movie will be burned onto disc according to the format you ha ve selected under Output format.
Although the project is not used directly in making the disc, it must nevertheless be open in Studio when the disc is burned. Eject disc when done: Check this box if you would like Studio to automatically eject th e disc after the burn process has been completed. On NTSC players it is broadly supported, but theoretically optional. Tips and tricks Here are some hints from Pinnacle technical specialists on choosing, using and maintaining a computer system with video in mind.
Hardware To use Studio effectivel y, your hardware should be optimally prepared and configured. Due to their automatic inte rnal calibration, standard hard drives regularly inte rrupt the continuous data stream in order to recalibrate th emselves. Windows 98 Second Edition To improve system performance under W indows 98SE, you can make the following modifications. Tips and tricks Taskbar: Switch the clock on the taskbar off.
Right-click the mouse on the taskbar. Deactivate the Show Clock option. The highest quality CD is rarely required. Studio and computer animation If you are editing computer animation with Studio or wish to combine animation with digital video , remember to create yo ur animations using th e same frame size and image refresh ra te as your original video: Tips and tricks section.
If you have followed the naming convention suggested on page 28, Studio will proceed to the next section of tape and repeat the process until all required clips from that source tape have been recaptured.
Troubleshooting Before you begin troubleshooti ng, take some time to check your hardware and software installation. Troublesh ooting Access the knowledge base with your web browser by visiting: If one search does not turn up an article that seems relevant to your problem, tr y modifying the search by choosing a different set of keywords. Troublesh ooting Studio crashes in Edit mode Answer ID If Studio is crashing, the cau se is most likely eithe r a configuration issue or a pr oblem with a project or content file.
This type o f i ssue can often be fixed with one of the following methods: Choose No background rendering in the Rendering dropdown list, and clear the Use hardware acceleration checkbox. Both options are found on the Edit options panel see page Troublesh ooting can see what sound and video cards you have in the Windows Device Manager. To determine what video car d you have, click the plus sign in front of Display Adapters in the Device Manager list.
The name of your video card is now displayed. In case your Studio installation has become corrupted, try this procedure: Troublesh ooting uncommon format. If you have a wav or mp3 file tha t seems to be problematic, convert the file to the other format before importing the file. Many wav and mp3 files on the Internet are co rrupt or non-standard. Creating a small test project, as described for Case 2, helps eliminate variables that may conf use your test results.
Capture error occurs on starting capture Answer ID Some problems can be traced to incom patibilities or issues with particular th ird-party capture cards: Studio should work with most All In Wonder cards. Troublesh ooting the capture driver for your capture device is flag ged or not listed, reload the capture driver as follows: Use the CD to locate and install the Pinnacle drivers for the card you have installed. A M C AP is a generic application used to test device compa tibility.
To identify the solu tion in a particular case, try the troubleshooting steps for whichever of the following failure modes best matches your situation: Rendering stops immedi ately after it starts. In Window s XP, this procedure is called Repair. Rendering stops randomly If the render hangs at random points even within the same project, the failures may be due to background tasks, power management or a thermal problem in the computer.
Troublesh ooting 2. Defragment your hard drive. Ensure that you have ample storage — preferably tens of gigabytes — on the hard drive you use for video. Rendering may use large amounts of storage, and can be disrupted if space is insufficient. Verify that the burner is listed in Device Manager.
Uninstall and reinstall St udio from your original CD, then update it with the most recent pa tch. Troublesh ooting return control to you — af ter what had seemed an uneventful launch. In all such cases, try any or all the following: Afte r the reboot, double-click the Studio icon. Wait a few minutes to conf irm that the application is really hung.
The installer will prompt you to insert a keycode. Troublesh ooting setting. To capture from an analog source, select the applicable devices in both lists. Open the Windows Device Manager. See page for instructions on accessing Device Manager. You should not have any drivers with the yellow exclamation mark error flag on them.
Troublesh ooting control other devices in your system: To keep applications from loading when your PC is started or rebooted , use the following steps. Troublesh ooting 4. You may be using either a generic Windows graphics card driver or an older version of your graphics card. Your graphi cs card driver may also be corrupt. Please contact your graphics card vendor to ensure you have properly installed the m ost current driver.
Troublesh ooting My batch capture is inaccurate DV tapes only. You do not have continuous, uninter- rupted timecode on your sour ce tapes. Sm artCapture needs continuous timecode to accurately locate and recapture your clips.
Save your current pr oject, close all your applications, and restart the system. When Windows comes back, open your project in Studio without running any other programs, a nd try to output to tape. If the issues persist, try the next solution. Troublesh ooting inefficiently in small chunks rather than as a single block. This can slow file access significantly, so it is important to defragment th e hard drive on a regular basis.
Videography tips To shoot good video, then crea te from it an interesting, exciting or informative movie, is som ething anyone with a little basic knowledge can achieve. Starting from a rough script or shooting plan, the first step is to shoot your raw video. The plan can be as simple or as complex as you like. A simple list of planned scenes might be enough, or you might also want to include some notes regarding detailed camera directions or prep ared dialog.
Videograph y tips Editing Using varying perspectives An important event should always be shot from varying perspectives and camera positions. Later, during editing, you can use the best camera angles alone or in combination.
It is not always possible to film long events in their entirety, and in movies they often ha ve to be represented in severely abbreviated form. Nonetheless, the plot should remain logical and cuts shou ld almost never call attention to themselves. Videograph y tips Logical sequence of action The shots strung together dur ing editing must interact appropriately in relation to the action. Viewers will be unable to follow the events unless the story line is logical.
Capture viewer interest from the very beginning with a fast-paced or spectacular start and maintain that interest un til the very end. Do not string together pan shots Pan shots should not be st rung together unless they have the same direction and tempo. Shots with fast movements can be longer. Ordering your video sequen ces in a deliberate manner not only permits you to produc e certain effects, but even enables you to convey messages that cannot or should not be shown in pictur es.
A man fights with his wife and, in the very next shot, winds up sleeping under a bridge. Videograph y tips of your video footage and should not be cut away altogether if at all possi ble, because video without natural sound can easily seem sterile and lacking in authenticity. Frequently, however, the recording equipment captures noises from aircraft and cars that do not appear in the scene later.
Some video systems are unable to handle contrast ratios in excess of 1: Time on screen As a rule of thumb, a title should be displayed long enough to be read twice. Glossary Multimedia terminology contains co mputer and video terminology. The most important term s are defined below. Software interface by Microsoft for the control of multimedia devices under Windows. Another method of anti- aliasing involves using highe r resolution output devices. The ratio of width to height in a n image or graphic.
Gl ossary Bitmap: The process of preparing a videotape for insert editing by recording video black and continuous control track on the entire tape. Codecs can be implemented in either software or hardware. Number of bits delivering the color information for each pixel. Gl ossary image quality is sacrif iced. The loss of quality m ay be negligible or severe depending on the amount of compression. Choosing the area of an image to be displayed.
The quantity of data transmitted per unit time; for example, the num ber of bytes read from or written to a hard drive per second, or the amount of video data processed per second. Increasing the number of apparent colors in an image by the applicat ion of color patterns.
A unit of measurem ent of the loudness of sound. An increase of 3 dB doubles the loudness. Gl ossary its data without power s upply. The memory contents can be erased with ultraviolet ligh t and rewritten.
A digital effect that fades up from black at the beginning of a clip or down to black at the end. Each GOP contains three types of frames: Gl ossary IEEE Sony offers a slightly modified version for transmitting DV signals named i. A color whose display is suppressed so that a background image can show through.
Gl ossary Modulation: The encoding of information upon an empty carrier signal. This kind of transmission is much faster than serial transm ission, but is not appropriate fo r long-distance connections. Gl ossary RGB: Red, Green and Blue: RGB designates the m ethod used in computer technology of encoding image infor- mation in pixels, each containing som e combination of the three primaries.
Compression method that can create and play back compressed digital video sequences without special hardware. Gl ossary TrueColor: Frequency with which the video signal is scanned onto an im age display. The higher the video scan rate, the higher the image quality and the less noticeable the flicker.
File extension for a popular file format for digitized audio signals. Keyboard shortcuts The terms Left , Right , Up and Down in this table refer to the arrow cursor keys. Index Effects Audio. See Audio effects Video. Важным пунктом после покупки устройства Pinnacle Studio 9 или даже перед его покупкой является прочтение его инструкции обслуживания.
Это необходимо сделать о нескольким простым причинам: Если вы еще не купил Pinnacle Studio 9 то сейчас хороший момент, чтобы ознакомиться с основными данными, касающимися изделия. Сначала просмотрите первые страницы инструкции, которую вы найдете выше.
Вы должны там найти самые важные технические данные Pinnacle Studio 9 - таким образом вы проверите, выполняет ли оборудование Ваши требования. Углубившись в следующие страницы инструкции пользователя Pinnacle Studio 9 вы ознакомитесь со всеми доступными функциями изделия и информацией, касающейся его эксплуатации. Информация, которую вы получите о Pinnacle Studio 9 несомненно поможет Вам принять решение, касающееся покупки. В ситуации, если вы уже являетесь владельцем Pinnacle Studio 9 , но вы еще не прочитали инструкцию, вам необходимо стелать это в связи с вышеуказанным.
Тогда вы узнаете, правильно ли вы использовали доступные функции, а также не допускали ли ошибок, которые могут сократить период эксплуатации Pinnacle Studio 9.
Однако одна из самых важных ролей, которую выполняет инструкция обслуживания для пользователя, является помощь в решении проблем с Pinnacle Studio 9. Почти всегда вы найдете там Troubleshooting , самые частые поломки и неполадки устройства Pinnacle Studio 9 вместе с рекомендациями, касающимися методов их решения.
Какая у вас ОС? Правила публикации Правообладателям Бесплатные portable программы фильмы без регистрации музыка новинки книги скачать новый софт скачать сериалы без регистрации DVDRip кино в HD обновления програм популярные музыкальные хиты без регистрации и смс бесплатный софт. Мульти-Пульти - конструктор мультфильмов. Программа для Накрутки рейтинга Вконтакте. Не удивляйтесь - я знаю, что давно уже есть 14 версия.
Но, начиная с 11 версии , они требуют мощной машины, RAM не менее 1 Гб, про видеокарту уже не говорю. Что же делать тем, у кого процессор до 2 Ггц и память Мб, а видео делать хочется. Скажете, Pinnacle выпустила VideoSpin. Я поработал с версией 2,0 и убрал - глючит, урезанная. А в интернете многие вернулись к 9 версии - полнофункциональная , портабельная - удобная в работе и изучении - можно изучать, а можно и делать полноценные фильмы дома.
В комплекте хороший обучающий Help и три книги впридачу. Поскольку последние версии этой программы несоизмеримо много занимают места и требуют ресурсов и это только для запуска , то на порядок меньший размер данной версии Мб в распакованом виде и минимальные требования делают её хорошим конкурентом и идеальным вариантом для относительно слабых машин например, Мб RAM, AMD Sempron 1.
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Это программное обеспечение будет работать с уже имеющимся Firewire контроллером, вебкамерой или картой захвата, осуществляя импорт видео, его редактирование и добавление специальных эффектов.
Простой "drag and drop" интерфейс Pinnacle Studio Plus 9 в сочетании со множеством профессиональных технологий и возможностей поможет Вам создавать действительно уникальные фильмы. Эта программа все, что Вам нужно для создания профессиональной домашней видео студии!
Pinnacle Studio - лучший выбор для энтузиастов цифрового видео. Новая версия обладает оптимизацией под процессоры Intel с технологией Hyper-Threading. Новые функции в Pinnacle Studio 9: Скачать "Pinnacle Studio 9.