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Jack McGee

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March 3rd 2009
18 Posts
Default Bit Rate issues - fitting high quality footage onto a single Blu-ra disc
by Jack McGee 6 years ago
Hi I would really be grateful for some assistance with the following confusion that I am having with setting the default bit rate for burning a blu-ray video using DVD Architect 5.0 My understanding i
Re: Default Bit Rate issues - fitting high quality footage onto a single Blu-ra disc
by Heinrich Himmel 6 years ago
Your bit rate in Vegas is too high. At 3 hours bit rate should be 16mbps so at over 3 hours your bit rate should be a little lower. Use a bit rate calculator to determine what rate to use. Then render
Sony Vegas 10 - no template for rendering MTS 1920x1080 50fps
by Jack McGee 6 years ago
Hi, I have recently upgraded my camera from a miniDV (1080i 25fps recording) which outputs M2T files... to the new type SD card versions which record 1920x1080 50fps and produce MTS files. I've been h
Re: Sony Vegas 10 - no template for rendering MTS 1920x1080 50fps
by Jack McGee 6 years ago
Hi, you maybe interested to hear what I did in the end. Thankyou for your help and assistance in finally putting me on the right track. I stuck with Vegas 10 (32bit) since my plugins are 32bit also an
How do I fit a 3HR M2T HD movie to disc without compression like the Hollywood Movie boys?
by Jack McGee 6 years ago
Hi, I would be grateful for feedback in this. My ultimate aim is that after doing family filming in HD, I want them to be archived and available for the family to see on a giant HD TV - via a Blu-Ray
Re: How do I fit a 3HR M2T HD movie to disc without compression like the Hollywood Movie boys?
by Jane Kong 5 years ago
Can't agree with you more. Many people just build thier own home net server so that they can enjoy the movies wherever they go. And any conversion will lose quality, so just keep the origianl videos t
The right camera and footage type for Sony Vegas HD editing
by Jack McGee 6 years ago
Hi, I hope someone can give me an opinion on this. I am using an Sony HDR-HC5 camcorder (1080i - MINIDV tapes) for my filming. The footage is exported as M2T files which I edit in Sony Vegas - render
Re: The right camera and footage type for Sony Vegas HD editing
by Mike Kujbida 6 years ago
Nigel already explained why good lenses cost so much. A typical lens for a good ENG-style camera can cost as much or more than the camera itself ($10,000 or more). When you enter the high end broadcas
Blu-ray - major rendering times even with fast PC
by Jack McGee 7 years ago
Hi, I am hoping you can give your experience or advice on this since I think I am having major issues with time in creating blu-ray. I have a new PC (Win7 Home 64bit 6Core 8Gb ram + Pioneer Blyu-ray w
Re: Blu-ray - major rendering times even with fast PC
by Jack McGee 7 years ago
Just a further update. That same M2T (HDV 1080I - 50-PAL) 3 hour footage (35GB) file in DVD Architect. This time I chose to prepare DVD instead of Blu-ray. The optimize to disc meant quality rate went
Major issues with M2T files on new system running Sony Vegas
by Jack McGee 8 years ago
Hi Hope you can help. Bought a whole new system (64Bit) 6 Core - 8GB Ram all for video editing purposes. Have spent age configuring it only to find at the end...Sony Vegas 11 (64Bit) is having problem
Re: Major issues with M2T files on new system running Sony Vegas
by Jack McGee 8 years ago
Hi Steve, thankyou for your reply. Appreciate your assistance and time I used Sony Video Capture - to capture HD files straight off a Sony HD Camcorder which records onto miniDV tapes (unfortunately t
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