Ludvig

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Joined on May 1, 2005

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  • There are so many possibilities converting the video files using ffmpeg, so I agree, just find something you feel is acceptable and stay with it (until you have some spare time to study the ...
  • Nice to hear that everything works as you expect. I can't understand why you use both pixel size and ratio, but as long as it works, why change anything. I have tried different settings for my ...
  • Thanks for the explanation! I tried to set both networks to DHCP and specified the default gateway for the local net, but no Internet connection (but both are provided an IP address from the DHCP ...
  • ip config or ipconfig /all, but only ipconfig will show the IP address used for each network.
  • Well, I'm using two wired networks. One "safe" and the other one connected to the Internet, and it's not working if both network cards gets their IP address via DHCP even if I use two different ...
  • By the way, you probably know how to do it, but if you don't, here is the best way to find the IP address to use: Disconnect one of the network cards. Set the active card to DHCP and check the IP ...
  • You can easily do this with Paint (in Windows): Make a background picture with the size and color you need (the height must be the same height as the picture you want to insert/add). In Paint, use ...
  • If you are using two network cards on one device, you have to set one of them to fixed IP, not DHCP.
  • You actually sett the aspect ratio and the size with my previous example. If you want to set the aspect ratio only, you can use (to 16:9 ratio): ffmpeg -i infile.mp4 -vf setdar=dar=1.777 outfile.mp4 ...
  • Just an addition to my previous post: If the infile is 4:2:2 10-bit, you have to convert it to 4:2:0 8-bit to be able to play it on more devices, so the ffmpeg command would be: ffmpeg -i ...
  • I have used scaling with this command: ffmpeg -i "infile.mp4" -vf scale=1920:1080,setsar=1 "outfile.mp4" Not from mp4 to mp4, but at least it worked fine. It would probably be better to resize to ...
  • I have used the new EF 24-105mm II for video, and I couldn't hear the sound from the USM motor in the footage. The STM lenses are more quiet and the sound (if any) is a bit different. But if you ...
  • In CS6 you can import another project to the one that is open. If you select "Entire project" in the dialog that pops up, the program will make a new bin with all the project files from the ...
  • Replied in Canon XC10?
    Ha, I disagree! And the video you link to is not very serious in my view (I have seen it in the past).
  • Replied in Canon XC10?
    You didn't say what video editor you are using, but here is a link to a MXF file for you to test so you don't end up in the same situation as me (couldn't convert the files!). The MXF file is a ...
  • Replied in Canon XC10?
    I had the XC10 a year or so ago. The image quality is very good, I liked the handling of the cam with the rotating grip and it's small and easy to bring everywhere. The problem I had with the cam ...
  • Make a new document of the same size as the one you can't open and try importing it instead of opening it the usual way. I have done this in the past, and it worked. If you don't remember the ...
  • Probably correct. Testing my WD Passport 1TB SSD (USB-C 10Gbps connection on the drive), I'm getting around 350/300 MB/sec read/write via USB 3.0 (5Gbps) and 390/350 MB/sec via USB-C (Gen-2 ...
  • I don't think this is the best forum for your question. Try the "Digital video talk" forum. I'm pretty sure that Premiere Elements supports the 6D-II video files, but you better check with somebody ...
  • You are mixing up Megabyte and Megabit. 47 Megabyte (MB) x 8 is 376 Megabit (Mb), so your clip is 37,6Mbps or 4,7 MB/sec.
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