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Pinnacle Studio 11 and HD

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by leachim, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. leachim

    leachim Thread Starter

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    I have just bought an HD camcorder which saves to SD card (Sony HDR CX6)

    I also have Pinnacle Studio 11 Plus

    Can this program edit and create HD files (ending in mts or m2ts ?)

    No doubt if I ask Pinnacle, they will easily say - yep, all you need to do is send us more money to download another activation key..... :rolleyes:

    Any thoughts

    Thanks
     
  2. fairnooks

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    It does, though I'm not sure about the extensions mts and m2t though I know m2t is a supported import format. You can produce HD 720P, 1080i and HDV2 1080i MPEG-2 files, also 1280x720 DivX(avi) and 1280x720 MPEG-4 files if the input file is also HD, and finally there is a bunch of different HD output dimensions and framerates to choose from in the windows media format. If I remember correctly the MPEG-4 codec needed to be activated (DivX also??) but that didn't cost anything unlike the many special effects or adjustment filters Pinnacle wants payment for.

    Ideally you'll use a 512 mb video card, 256 may still work but possibly not display a video picture in the preview window when editing.
     
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