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MovieshakerSteve Posted Jan 20, 2004
Anyone got any ideas on this problem with Movieshaker compressing to MPEG.
Re: Choppy Sound When Compressing to MPEG - Jay Rose - 7th Oct 2002 1:19 I'm not sure how HD transfer rates can affect an offline process like this, or are you compressing in realtime from the camera? If so, defragging and removing all non-essential services from the computer can help. You might also want to check the audio sample rate. The codec could be choking on that. Re: Choppy Sound When Compressing to MPEG - Jerry R - 7th Oct 2002 1:23 Patrick; You don't say what program ou are using, what your settings or configuration are. Try some realy basic stuff. First check the export settings for you program and make sure that they are compatable with the settings for MPEG2 (particularly audio rate, some progrms have problems making MPEGs with 44.1 kHz files). Second, is the export disk the system disk, are you running other applications simulatinously? Shut off anything not absolutely necessary to record the MPEG2 files, like wise to play them. Re: Choppy Sound When Compressing to MPEG - bigbluefly - 7th Oct 2002 2:45 I tried defragging and I am using the program on the same drive as I am trying to write the file to, which is not the system drive. The drive is a 70 gig 7200 rpm drive that has nothing else on it but the program and the raw files. There is nothing but esstenial windows services running in the background (windows xp btw). The program is the one that cam with the camera. It is called movieshaker. Currently there is no way to capture or convert in premiere. I am looking into a third party program called Studio 8 by Pinnacle Systems. I supports MMV and DVD authoring. Does anyone have any comments good or bad concerning Studio 8? --Patrick Re: Choppy Sound When Compressing to MPEG - Faust - 8th Oct 2002 1:14 You could try removing and reloading the program onto your system drive, and leave the 70GB drive for data only. Also, in XP, are you using the classic look, or the XP GUI? I've found the XP GUI takes up a lot of system resources (most notably CPU cycles), and if you switch you'll find a noticable increase in speed. It could be having an effect on your sound subsystem... If you don't know how to switch, let me know and I'll explain. And finally, tried running the final disk on another computer/DVD player? Matt Re: Choppy Sound When Compressing to MPEG - Steve Graham - 13th Jan 2004 14:24 I am also having problems with Movieshaker when exporting. Funny thing is that it was working about 6 months ago so something has changed since I last tried. It's just finding what. I did load some video codecs but I'm not sure it will be that. I have installed a newer sound card to no avail. Tonight I am going to try disbaling some services which can be done apparently in control panel. I am also going to check that the CPU isn't timing out, but not sure where to look yet. I will update you if I resolve this and would appreciate it if you find the solution also. Steve
Hi I lost the Software CD of my camcorder DCR-IP5 Could you help me by sending a copie of Movie Shaker CD please My email firstname.lastname@example.org My phone 508-584-8341 Ted
make sure you have quicktime version 5 (comes with the disk) installed or else you will have choppy sound
I have had amazing trouble with Movie shaker ver 3.2 and the sound thing. I save in .avi or mpeg or anything and although the sound quality of the clips In The Program are fine... the finished product is messed up. Can someone plz tell me what to do to fix this in relatively simple terms?
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