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Best workflow of Converting 3D Blu-ray to SBS 3D MKV medias

Summary: Learn tips and tricks about how to rip 3D Blu-ray to SBS 3D MKV for easy playback on 3D TV or any other 3D display devices.

As the years have gone by your collection of commercial Bly-ray discs has likely grown large. In recent years you may also have purchased 3D Blu-ray discs because of their ultimate visual experience. Chnaces are you have some 3D Blu-ray discs at hand, ever thought of enjoying 3D effect with 3D glasses at home instead of going to cinema. If you are in such demands, you are definitely in the right place! This article, I will outline how to easily rip the 3D Blu-ray to SBS 3D MKV can play them on a 3D PC or 3D TV without using the discs.

To finish the task, a powerful third-party 3D Blu-ray ripping software is needed. Here, Brorsoft 3D Blu-ray Ripper, one of the best 3D/2D Blu-ray to Side-by-Side 3D ripper is highly recommended. With it, you can effortlessly rip 3D Blu-ray to Side-by-side 3D MKV easily and quickly. Excellent video quality and fast conversio…

Opening and editing Sony A68 XAVC S files in Adobe Premiere Pro

Summary: This guide easily show you how to use XAVC-S Video Converter to convert Sony A68 XAVC-S footage to Mpeg-2 for editing in Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac.

The camera Sony Alpha 68 which used XAVC S format was recently unveiled by Sony. XAVC S is a new recording format which can support 4K resolution (4096 * 2160 and 3840 * 2160) at up to 60 fps. However, .xavc s is still not as popular as other kinds of video formats such as AVCHD and MXF, so when you deal with the XAVC/XAVC-S footages in Adobe Premiere Pro, you may encounter some format compatibility or video/audio synchronization problems.

Then some people may wonder there is possible to edit Sony A68 XAVC S videos in Premiere Pro? How to get XAVC S files work with Premiere Pro? In fact, after doing some searches, we find the most compatible video format for Premiere Pro is Mpeg-2. So the most common and pratical option is to convert Sony A68 XAVC S to Mpeg-2 format with the help of a professional XAVC S Converter like Brorsoft

Convert & Import MKV videos to Panasonic TV for ease playback

Summary: Can Panasonic TV play MKV files? Yeah, you can do it effortlessly if you use a professional MKV to Panasonic TV converter to convert your MKV files for smooth playback on it.

In recent years Panasonic has released many hot HD TVs, and there are a lot of users choose to buy Panasonic TV to replace their old TVs, watch TV shows and movies on bigger screen will give us better enjoyment. Though Panasonic TV claims to support MKV formats, somtimes we still encounter Panasonic TV MKV playback problems. Some MKV files play nicely while others won't play on your Panasonic TV or MKV playback with no sound. So what's the matter? Check out the reason and solution here.

In fact, MKV is just a container format, holding video, audio, image or subtitle files in it. The video and audio files in different MKV files can be encoded with different codecs. For example, an MKV file with DTS audio can't be rendered on Panasonic TV. To fix these problems, the effective and simple way is …

Workflow Panasonic Lumix GX8 4k MP4 files with Davinci Resolve (El Capitan)

If you encountered problems when importing Panasonic GX8 4K MP4 files to DaVinci Resolve(Lite), you can follow this article to find the solution and solve it.

The Lumix GX8 essnetially matches the recent G7 for video capabilities, offering 4k capture, full control over exposure, silent screen-based adjustments, flat profiles, focus peaking and zebra patterns. 4k UHD video is available at 24p and either 25p or 30p depending on region, all at 100Mbit/s. Alternatively you can capture 1080 at 50p / 60p at 28Mbit/s, or at 25p / 30p at 20Mbit/s. 720p and VGA options are also available. The maximum recording time on all models, whether in Europe or not is 29:59. Sadly the body-based stabilisation is not available for video. A new electronic stabilisation mode is offered for 1080p, but not at all for 4k - so if you want stabilised 4k footage, you'll need to use an optically stabilised lens.

Quesiton: Workflow Panasonic GX8 4k mp4 Files To Resolve ?

I have a panasonic Lumix GX8 and …