I have a problem Unzwar I had transferred a movie on my PC, it is in AVI. Format! The film has been divided into 4 segments. A desktop elements IS REALLY 2:01 gigabytes I have the question now, with what program / how I can make this film segment (section entitled) to compress so small?? (and thereby deteriorating the quality?) PS: I have the program PINNACLE STUDIO 9.0 PLUS it is so if so how? I would be very grateful for antwortn MFG Niklas
* edit * I've edited the subject line (formerly "Need Help"). Markus (Moderator)
Antwort von GhostDog:
[grumble] "Need Help" as the title is a guarantee that you will help few people. Did it still do not rumgesprochen that will read these meaningless little posts of someone? It may not be so heavy that its own problem in a meaningful title to formulate, right? But you want to help, so trouble you a bit. [/ grumble]
Back to the "problem":
Your film was so (in 4 scenes elements?) Split. The fact that an element of this is 2 GB large, is quite normal. One hour of video from your camcorder means approximately 15 GB of avi on the hard drive. 2GB is turned on for about 8 minutes. Yes, you can get smaller, that even the normal path. Yes, the quality is lower because the data is compressed. No, that's not bad, you will notice it is not as good as when it is done correctly (which is what we call render). With Studio 9 is very good, as indeed with any video editing program. Maybe you yourself deal with the Help function in short time, then you know of it within minutes ... . In a nutshell: avi download in Pinnacle, edit, draw appropriate "elements" (hot scenes) on the timeline, if desired, click on Output ", select format (MPEG file, VCD, SVCD, DVD), burn, done. If the film is to remain on the hard drive, you take as an mpeg-2 file format if it is to take you on a CD SVCD. You can now give you one guess which format you choose to create a DVD ...