Showing posts from February, 2015

YTS to MP4 - Play and Edit YIFY Torrents Movies on Portable Devices Or NLE

Sometimes you may fail to play your Yify torrent video. Here you can try a professional video converter to convert torrent to MP4, which is commonly used for saving files recorded by phone cameras or camcorder, or sharing video files on the Internet.

YIFY always adds movie in high quality 720p or/and 1080p. They wait for the original blu-ray source to come out & then encode that source into smaller sizes. The file size and quality combination that YIFY is converting movies down to is amazing. They are taking 1080p Blu-rays and converting them to (on average) 1.5gb to 2.2gb .MKV or .MP4. In usual, you can play the MP4 downloads on your kinds of devices like PS3, PS Vita, Galaxy Tab, PC smoothly, but while playing YIFY .mkv files, some of your portable devices like PS3, Xbox360, Galaxy Tab, Apple TV, iPad, Roku, etc can’t read the format.

To convert TIFY files(especially the .mkv) for more convenient playing and sharing, what you need is a third-party program that can accomplish th…

DVD/BD Play on WDTV-Rip and Convert Blu-ray/DVD movies to WD TV Live (Plus, Hub) H.264 MP4

Read on to learn detail guide for playing BD/DVD movies on WDTV Live media player by ripping Blu-ray/DVD to WD TV Live supported video formats like AVI, MP4, MOV, etc.

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Q:"I bought a WD TV Live Hub a while back and am starting to think about ripping DVD, Blu-ray collection onto WD TV player. Can anyone give me a run through on what tools/applications I'm best using for this, so I can play Blu-ray DVD on WD TV? Thanks."

WD TV Live is really a gorgeous HD media player. With it, you can easily play your personal and Internet media files on your TV's big screen. So it will be a delightful experience to enjoy your Blu-ray/DVD movies on your HDTV via WD TV Live. However, WD TV Live (Plus, Hub) doesn't support Blu-ray/DVD.

In this case, we need the assistant of a Blu-ray DVD ripping program that is capable of copying DVD files to WD TV Live. Here Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper is highly recommended to help your rip Blu-ray…

MKV DTS to FCP 7/X-Rewrap MKV to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro X/7 (Yosemite)

This article tells you how to transcode VOB to Apple ProRes codec so that you can import VOB files into Final Cut Pro X for smooth editing on Mac OS X (Yosemite).

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Although Final Cut Pro 7 and FCP X offer much wide range video format support than its predecessor, there are still many problems occurred due to the format incompatibility. As one Final Cut Pro user, when you import MKV to FCP, you may find that MKV won’t work in FCP frustratingly. The best method to avoid the issue is to convert MKV to ProRes for FCP, ensuring native editing.

Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac is a highly-recommended MKV to FCP converting tool for you. It enables you to rewrap .mkv to ProRes for working with Final Cut Pro without loosing quality. Besides Final Cut, this software can also export AIC for iMovie/FCE, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer and more NLE systems. Below is the detailed guide on converting MKV clips to Final Cut Pro friendly videos…

Smoothly Load/Import Canon C300 MXF recordings to Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5

After shooting videos by C300, we may need to edit Canon C300 MXF files in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 ? Here is a good solution to convert Canon EOS C300 MXF to MPEG-2 for editing with Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5.

If you get a error message, saying that the importer reported a generic error while you import MXF footages to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, the great editing software which is supposed to support the MXF files, the problem should lie in that your MXF files are not the ones that can be recognized by Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. As reported, almost all the camera generated MXF files are editable in the latest CS6. The way you get the MXF recordings makes them different from the originals, like the one quoted here:

“I can’t import any mxf file into Premiere CS6. While importing, always got the error message. I tried everything and had to intall Canopus.HQ.CODEC.v6.0.7 but nothing changes. I don’t understand why I can edit my Canon EOS C300 MXF files in CS6 but the file from my collea…

Nikon D4S H.264 Final Cut Pro-Problems Editing Nikon D4S files in FCP 6/7/X- A quick fix

While editing Nikon D4S files in FCP get an error message? This article will give you some clues how to import and edit Nikon D4S H.264 MOV into Final Cut Pro X, FCP 7 without any issue.

I know some of you must be using Final Cut Pro to edit footage from the Nikon D4S. However, it probably would be frustrating- when importing Nikon D4S video into FCP, it is always taking… can’t view and edit the footage in timeline. So how to get Final Cut Pro X/7 work with Nikon D4S MOV files easily? Get solution from this aritlce.

The Nikon D4S records footage with H.264 codec and save the files in MOV container format. FCP - like most NLEs - has an issue playing H.264 HD files in real time. It's a tough file to play. When you import the Nikon footage to Final Cut Pro, you may encounter many problems, like import it slowly, and couldn't edit videos smoothly. In order to import Nikon D4S video into FCP for editing without problem, a quick fix is to convert Nikon H.264 MOV to ProRes, the most …

EOS C100 Mk II Sony Vegas Workflow: Editing Canon EOS C100 MK II AVCHD with Sony Vegas Pro 13/12

 How to make EOS C100 Mark II AVHD videos work well with Sony Vegas Pro? Can you successfully put these files to Vegas Pro? Have you known some tips for importing .MTS files to Vegas Pro? Simply follow this post, you will be clear.

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The EOS C100 Mark II offers more recording options than ever before so that you can get the look you need. The widely used AVCHD codec allows recording to SD card at up to 28Mbps, whilst a new MP4 mode offers data rates of up to 35Mbps for outstanding quality. Both codecs can be used at up to 1080/60p and the MP4 mode offers extended slow and fast motion options. It’s even possible to record the two formats simultaneously to separate SD cards, creating either two HD copies or separate HD and SD copies – ideal for quick sharing or turnaround.

Video Format: AVCHD, MP4

As one AVCHD full HD camcorder user, you may meet some incompatibility issues of AVCHD .mts files when working with them i…

Canon PowerShot G7 X and FCP - Edit Canon G7 X MP4 videos( MPEG-4 AVC/H.264) to Final Cut Pro X, FCP 7

Final Cut Pro is the most popular video editing software on Mac, What’s the best way to import Canon PowerShot G7 X mp4 video to Final Cut Pro 7, FCP X for editing without problems? Read this article, you will find the best solution here.

Canon PowerShot G7 X

The PowerShot G7 X has been specifically designed for those who want uncompromising image quality and control from a pocketable camera. From the refined metal body to the impressive quality of its results everything says Canon premium G-Series DNA.

Capture beautiful background blur and superb detail with bright f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens, and 1.0-type sensor. Master low light shots with HS System, and DIGIC 6.

Movies: MP4 [Video: MPEG-4 AVC / H.264, Audio: MPEG-4 AAC-LC (stereo)]

Come up with a problem here:
when I was about to import MP4 files from Canon PowerShot G7 X into Final Cut Pro. It won’t work at all. Tried to use Handbrake to do the conversion but didn’t work either. Does someone have any idea to make this work? Is there any so…