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#1 RickinFlorida

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 04:25 PM

Does anyone out there use Roxio Creator 2012 Videowave to edit HD video files?

If so have you had any issues?

I can't get a video file to open for editing in Videowave. So far Roxio tech support has been no help.

I appreciate any and all input.

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Rick

I would attach a file, but a 29 second file is over 100MB and the limit here is 10MB.

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 04:37 PM

View PostRickinFlorida, on 12 January 2012 - 04:25 PM, said:

Does anyone out there use Roxio Creator 2012 Videowave to edit HD video files?

If so have you had any issues?

I can't get a video file to open for editing in Videowave. So far Roxio tech support has been no help.

I appreciate any and all input.

Thanks,
Rick

I would attach a file, but a 29 second file is over 100MB and the limit here is 10MB.

Of course, . the program is designed to accept HD videos.

What kind of HD video file is it?  Format.  Where did you get it?   Did you film it with a camcorder or with a digital camera?  Is it 2D or 3D?   You posted in the blu-ray and AVCHD section of the forum.  Are the files AVCHD?  

Try uploading part of it to the sharing site . UpForDown is a reasonable free one.

Remember no Roxio program will work with DRM protected files so essentially it works with something that you have filmed or that is free from the web.
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Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:31 AM

View Postsknis, on 12 January 2012 - 04:37 PM, said:

Of course, . the program is designed to accept HD videos.

What kind of HD video file is it?  Format.  Where did you get it?   Did you film it with a camcorder or with a digital camera?  Is it 2D or 3D?   You posted in the blu-ray and AVCHD section of the forum.  Are the files AVCHD?  

Try uploading part of it to the sharing site . UpForDown is a reasonable free one.

Remember no Roxio program will work with DRM protected files so essentially it works with something that you have filmed or that is free from the web.

I'm only using files from my Sony AVCHD HDR-XR160 camcorder (nothing copyrighted). It's native format on the camcorder is .MTS, but it renamed to M2TS when transfered to the computer. I've also tried converting to MPG-2 and MPEG4 format and tried using MPG-1 (standard definition video) files. As soon as I click on "Open" from the Insert photos/videos screen in Videowave the program stops responding. I have all the latest drivers (this is a brand new computer, but I updated every driver available), I have loaded all the latest Windows 7 64-bit updates and drivers, I purchsed the newest version of Roxio Creator 2012 PRO, downloaded and updated it. I have a 1TB hard drive with 90% free space, 12 GB DDR3 RAM,a Nvidia GeForce CTX 560 Ti graphics card with HDMI output to a Samsung SyncMaster B2430HD Monitor/TV. My computer is a Systemax SYX-SBT X58 from Tiger Direct with an ASUS mother board with the latest technology and a Intel i7 960 processor.

I know you ansered..."Of course, . the program is designed to accept HD videos."
but I'm curious, do you?

Thanks for your input,

Rick

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Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:48 AM

View PostRickinFlorida, on 14 January 2012 - 08:31 AM, said:

I'm only using files from my Sony AVCHD HDR-XR160 camcorder (nothing copyrighted). It's native format on the camcorder is .MTS, but it renamed to M2TS when transfered to the computer. I've also tried converting to MPG-2 and MPEG4 format and tried using MPG-1 (standard definition video) files. As soon as I click on "Open" from the Insert photos/videos screen in Videowave the program stops responding. I have all the latest drivers (this is a brand new computer, but I updated every driver available), I have loaded all the latest Windows 7 64-bit updates and drivers, I purchsed the newest version of Roxio Creator 2012 PRO, downloaded and updated it. I have a 1TB hard drive with 90% free space, 12 GB DDR3 RAM,a Nvidia GeForce CTX 560 Ti graphics card with HDMI output to a Samsung SyncMaster B2430HD Monitor/TV. My computer is a Systemax SYX-SBT X58 from Tiger Direct with an ASUS mother board with the latest technology and a Intel i7 960 processor.

I know you ansered..."Of course, . the program is designed to accept HD videos."
but I'm curious, do you?

Thanks for your input,

Rick

Yes, I have used mp4, HD mpg2, and AVCHD formats - that I can remember.  I own a Canon, a Samsung  and a 3D Aiptek camcorder  mts files are accepted into the program but none of my files are .mts.  Other users have uploaded .mts files to UpFor Down so that we could play with them.  The program would accept them. Can you do that for us?  

How did you transfer the files to your computer?

If I remember correctly, there are several options for recording from that camcorder.   The recording mode may just be the issue.  I'm not the expert on that but there are others who know more.  

What mode are you recording?

Interesting, everythign I see says that that camcorder records directly to AVCHD files; not .mts.   Perhaps I am missing something?

Edited by sknis, 14 January 2012 - 09:07 AM.

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Posted 22 January 2012 - 09:52 PM

View Postsknis, on 14 January 2012 - 08:48 AM, said:

Yes, I have used mp4, HD mpg2, and AVCHD formats - that I can remember.  I own a Canon, a Samsung  and a 3D Aiptek camcorder  mts files are accepted into the program but none of my files are .mts.  Other users have uploaded .mts files to UpFor Down so that we could play with them.  The program would accept them. Can you do that for us?  

How did you transfer the files to your computer?

If I remember correctly, there are several options for recording from that camcorder.   The recording mode may just be the issue.  I'm not the expert on that but there are others who know more.  

What mode are you recording?

Interesting, everythign I see says that that camcorder records directly to AVCHD files; not .mts.   Perhaps I am missing something?

After trying many things suggested by Roxio tech support, I came across Corel's Video Studio X4 and downloaded the free trial. It opens and edits the MTS files just fine. I've asked for a refund from Roxio. I'll use that money to purchase Video Studio.
This camcorder has many modes, I've tried most of them. It does have a feature to burn directly to a HD disk, but I don't have a stand alone DVD or BlueRay recorder, so I just copy the files from the camera, or use the PMB video transfer software that came with the camera.

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Posted 22 January 2012 - 10:38 PM

View PostRickinFlorida, on 22 January 2012 - 09:52 PM, said:

After trying many things suggested by Roxio tech support, I came across Corel's Video Studio X4 and downloaded the free trial. It opens and edits the MTS files just fine. I've asked for a refund from Roxio. I'll use that money to purchase Video Studio.
This camcorder has many modes, I've tried most of them. It does have a feature to burn directly to a HD disk, but I don't have a stand alone DVD or BlueRay recorder, so I just copy the files from the camera, or use the PMB video transfer software that came with the camera.

You didn't even bother to upload a mts file we could check out. Other users have done that and we have loaded them into C2012 without problems.

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