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by Stephan
28 Mar 2015 17:19
Forum: Sony AVCHD - Consumer / single-sensor camcorders
Topic: Repairing the image database
Replies: 19
Views: 20283

Re: Repairing the image database

Hi everyone, I got in touch with user ragnar, who was kind to provide the file RESTORE.exe again. You will find it attached to this post. This file passed antivirus scans (see attached PDF report). However, use it AT YOUR OWN RISK ! There cannot be any support on this, and if you damage your camcord...
by Stephan
24 Aug 2014 00:35
Forum: Sony AVCHD - Consumer / single-sensor camcorders
Topic: Sony HXR-NX30 - experiences?
Replies: 24
Views: 20210

Re: Sony HXR-NX30 - experiences?

I tried the iAuto (or iEasy something?) on another Sony camcorder, and found that it cancels any specific settings that you have made. Essentially worthless, stay out of it if you're going into specific AE Shift etc... settings. I've never gone into the iThing again, and my AE Shift settings have be...
by Stephan
24 Aug 2014 00:28
Forum: Sony HDV - High-end / 3-sensor camcorders
Topic: Z1 Capture to External Hard Drive
Replies: 7
Views: 5138

Re: Z1 Capture to External Hard Drive

If you can capture m2t files (a.k.a. MPEG2 Transport Stream) on your PC, then you will be able to use ClipWrap (www.divergentmedia.com/clipwrap) on your brother's Mac to rewrap m2t files into Quicktime container files that can be edited there. Been there, tested that. Hope this helps.
by Stephan
07 Jul 2014 07:42
Forum: Sony AVCHD - Consumer / single-sensor camcorders
Topic: Effective resolution of camcorder's sensor - does it matter?
Replies: 3
Views: 2175

Re: Effective resolution of camcorder's sensor - does it mat

Hi, yes they do need to interpolate because the sensor isn't the exact shape or size of Full HD spatial resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), or even orientation (Exmor sensors are tilted 45 degrees). There are so many factors that contribute to image quality, it's not just sensor resolution. I realize t...
by Stephan
23 May 2014 07:37
Forum: Editing, color correction, media authoring, and web publishing
Topic: New Stock Motion Graphics & Video Website - FREE HD CONTENT
Replies: 4
Views: 6478

Re: New Stock Motion Graphics & Video Website - FREE HD CONT

Advanced search perhaps? But then you've got to have reliable/useful clip metadata & tags.

Cheers
by Stephan
22 Mar 2014 11:46
Forum: Video showcase & feedback
Topic: Slowmotion & Stills... Feedback please
Replies: 4
Views: 3358

Re: Slowmotion & Stills... Feedback please

What makes an audience feel engaged and want to view your video until the end? Wow, this is the most difficult question! There's been generations of people in Hollywood and elsewhere, building a career to address this question. When you reach a number of views, there's an interesting Analytics tool ...
by Stephan
19 Mar 2014 09:03
Forum: Video showcase & feedback
Topic: Slowmotion & Stills... Feedback please
Replies: 4
Views: 3358

Re: Slowmotion & Stills... Feedback please

Hi, welcome! I appreciate the work put into this! About the blurred background on the sides ("à la" iOS 7), I'm not sure it adds anything indeed. I tend to say that the best special effects, usually, are those that unaware viewers will *not* see. I like the first 40 secs, the combination o...
by Stephan
08 Mar 2014 00:05
Forum: Sony AVCHD - Consumer / single-sensor camcorders
Topic: Sony HXR-NX30 - experiences?
Replies: 24
Views: 20210

Re: Sony HXR-NX30 - experiences?

Hi, there are only a few technical limitations that I had to set up initially, so that attached pictures can show without breaking the site layout. They are in the forum FAQ , I'm also including them here: ⋅ Each uploaded image can be up to 100 KB, up to 3 images per post. ⋅ Any ...
by Stephan
03 Jan 2014 23:54
Forum: Sony AVCHD - High-end / 3-sensor camcorders - NXCAM
Topic: Which camera for music videos
Replies: 2
Views: 1868

Re: Which camera for music videos

Hi, welcome! No offense, but it's a very generic question and hard to answer! It's good that you thought over your requirements and drilled down to what's essential to you... but, in summary, you're looking for an inexpensive camcorder with high dynamic range and good manual control. That's what eve...
by Stephan
26 Dec 2013 09:38
Forum: Sony HDV - Consumer / single-sensor camcorders
Topic: SONY HVR-HD1000 crazy problem!
Replies: 3
Views: 2862

Re: SONY HVR-HD1000 crazy problem!

The limitations of FAT32 forces camcorders to break recordings into 2GB chunks. Use Sony's provided software "Picture Motion Browser" to stich them together and resolve the gap, before you use the resulting video into any other software (incl. Premiere). Search Google for "picture mot...

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