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Old September 4th, 2008, 09:06 PM   #1
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What should I do after capturing by Intensity Pro?

I capture HD contents from Intensity Pro via the component input. I tried both MJPEG and non-compressed methods.

Playing back by Media Express is fine. And then I import them to Vegas and edit without difficulty.

My problem was no matter how I manipulated the Mainconcept encoder to output m2t file, the video quality is no good.

Then, I tried Canopus but got similar result.

Could you share with me how you encode your captured footage via Intensity to mpeg2 or m2t with HD quality?

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Peter
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Old September 5th, 2008, 09:09 AM   #2
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Hi Peter,

What do you want to do with the edited footage - go back to HDV tape? Please share your desired output destination and format

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I capture HD contents from Intensity Pro via the component input. I tried both MJPEG and non-compressed methods.

Playing back by Media Express is fine. And then I import them to Vegas and edit without difficulty.

My problem was no matter how I manipulated the Mainconcept encoder to output m2t file, the video quality is no good.

Then, I tried Canopus but got similar result.

Could you share with me how you encode your captured footage via Intensity to mpeg2 or m2t with HD quality?

Regards,

Peter
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Old September 5th, 2008, 08:03 PM   #3
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Well, I want to encode it to m2t file (no matter it is 1440x1080 or 1920x1080) so that I put it in HDD media player which could be directly plug in LCD TV. This HDD media player can play back HD contents via HDMI or component output to TV.

I have been doing this for years when I shot with Sony Z1 and edited the footage in Vegas. The footage is smooth and good.

Thanks.
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