Video Editing, Cd / Dvd Conversion, Burning, Large Files Etc
Posted 14 February 2007 - 07:50 PM
Posted 15 February 2007 - 07:16 PM
* Update the Firmware on your burner
* Clean the outside of your DVD Burner to reduce the risk of dusk getting into the lense when you open it.
* Burn using Disc-at-once for maximum performance. Burning using track-at-once has a greater chance of creating an error on the burnt disc.
* To optimize burning, let the burning program be the only program running. Try not to run backgroud programs or screen savers. If you get buffer underruns, try slower burning speeds.
* Defragment your hard disks before burning.
* Burning at slower speeds usually generates higher quality DVDs.
* Always finalize your disks, never leave the sessions open.
* Make sure your DVD player can play the formats that your DVD burns.
* DVD+R/+RW media can set its booktype to DVD-ROM on certain DVD burners (Check out our BookType, Bitsetting FAQ). This will yield higher playability on older DVD players. Why doesn't DVD-R be able to set its booktype to DVD-ROM you ask? It is because DVD-R media already has its booktype burned on from the manufacturer when made.
* Do not just buy media just because its cheap, they may not last as long as buying high quality discs.
* Once you find the right media that works for your burner and dvd players, stick with it and buy large quantities of them because DVD manufacturers always change their quality or change their Media ID.
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Posted 16 May 2007 - 12:15 AM
I enjoy watching concert DVDs, but I have always wanted to be able to put together all my favorites on a compilation DVD. Hopefully, there is a program that will be as easy to use as making an audio CD using drag and drop techniques.
Would appreciate your inputs.
Posted 16 May 2007 - 05:57 PM
Sirs... i have a problem opening files pictures and videos which were saved on CDs. These more than 30 CDs contains various important files and pictures, pero ang nakakapanghinayang yung mga video files, some were done by professional videographers on family occations like birthdays, wedding, outings etc. some we decided to transfer to CD from its original betamax and VHS state.. yung mga CD pag in oopen nag prompt ng "cannot read' or "no disk" or someting like that - yung player be it VCD or DVD.. kasi yung mga gawa ng professionals either nag sara na sila or wala na sa kanila yung mga files kasi nga medjo matagal na .. is there still a chance to revive this? salamat po
how old na yung cds? like 5 years na ba. there are cases na nasisira ang recording ng cds pero hindi naman ganoon ka-frequent yun. anyway try using a brand new cd reader for your cds and also try to recover it with a recovery software like badcopy pro.
Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:38 AM
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Posted 14 June 2007 - 08:48 AM
Posted 14 June 2007 - 07:16 PM
"Fast Answers - Best Photo-Editing Software
• Adobe Photoshop Elements 5
Best photo editor overall.
In the latest reviews, Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 pulls ahead of its main competition, Corel Paint Shop Pro XI. We did find a few complaints that Elements is missing some advanced features from version 4, but all reviews say Elements is an extremely intuitive, robust photo editor with virtually no learning curve. Photoshop Elements 5 works with Windows XP. Photoshop Elements 4 (*est. $75) is available for Mac OS X users.
• Google Picasa
Free photo editor and organizer.
If you just need the basics -- cropping, fixing red-eye, adjusting contrast, and adding special effects like sepia or soft focus, reviews say you don't need $80 photo-editing software. Google's Picasa is really more of a photo organizer, but it does include some easy-to-use editing tools. Since it's compatible with Windows 98, Me and 2000 in addition to Windows XP, it's also a good choice for older or less powerful computers.
• The GIMP
Free photo-editing software.
The GIMP is sometimes called a free alternative to Photoshop, but reviews say it is appropriate for both beginners and advanced users. The interface, though improved over the years, isn't as intuitive as Photoshop Elements, and reviews say installation can be a little cumbersome. However, The GIMP has many more advanced photo-editing features than Picasa. The GIMP is also the only free image editor compatible with Windows (98 and later), Mac OS X and Linux.
• Adobe Photoshop CS2
Professional graphics software.
Adobe Photoshop CS2 isn't really for the casual home user, but reviews say it's the photo-editor of choice for professional graphic artists. Unlike consumer titles, reviews say Photoshop has a steep learning curve, but it ultimately offers the most control and power, especially for those who work with RAW image files. Photoshop continues to be the industry standard for both Mac and Windows platforms.
Reviewers agree that Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop Elements are close competitors, but for the latest versions, Elements has the edge. Some reviewers also like Ulead PhotoImpact and Microsoft Digital Image Suite, but neither supplant Adobe or Corel. Google's Picasa and The GIMP are the best free photo-editing programs."
Posted 14 June 2007 - 07:25 PM
user friendly at magaan. madali lang gamitin, di matagal magrender at mdmi dn effects at tools like adobe premiere o final cut
Posted 19 June 2007 - 01:35 PM
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Posted 27 August 2007 - 01:42 AM
Posted 28 September 2007 - 06:41 PM
I use this to convert avi to dat file for VCD or SVD and to DVD ready file.
I can also convert files to to and from DVD, VCD, REAL, WMV, AVI. In the case of VCD or SVCD, the program can be set to make the file into 2 disc.
Its easy to use.
Hope this helps.
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