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Registered: 23.02.2010
23.02.10 11:51:21
Hi,

I would like to merge to video coded with AVC/H264 with MP4 extension but I can't find the solution. I tried diffrents solutions but when i try
to read them with my camcorder, it says wrong file format.

Thanks
Thierry
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Registered: 22.01.2009
24.02.10 23:16:54
Thierry71:
tried diffrents solutions but when i try to read them with my camcorder, it says wrong file format.
Obviously, your camcorder supports files with some special information included into the specification, therefore you fail to create such files using our software. It is quite impossible to create presets for every device, as all of them must include something specific.

But why would you want to load the files back to your camera after editing? If this is done in order to connect the camera to TV and use it as a media player, we'd rather recommeng using other external media players instead which are intended for this purpose and support a wide range of formats.

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Registered: 23.02.2010
25.02.10 10:31:49
To: nadin


The problem is that i would like to do a DVD PAL with this type of files. But Videoconverter is very bad to convert
29.97 fps into 25 fps. I don't know how it does but the video is not smoothly, it seems to delete 5 frames every second
instead of 1 each 5, which could be better. And as my Camcorder is able to visualize in PAL format, that's the reason.
May be, I don't use videoconverter correctly and in this case , i need a tutorial to dot it.

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Registered: 22.01.2009
27.02.10 01:11:58
Thierry71:
Videoconverter is very bad to convert
29.97 fps into 25 fps. I don't know how it does but the video is not smoothly, it seems to delete 5 frames every second
instead of 1 each 5, which could be better.
This is a known problem. When you change frame rate as a result of conversion, reframing takes place and this can be hardly corrected in the current version. Our developers will do their best to optimize the reframing algorithm within future releases.

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Registered: 23.02.2010
27.02.10 08:56:39
I hope it will be in a short delay for the new version ! ;-)))
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