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  1. 126wt

    .m2T Files In Nxt 2

    That's funny you found that article... those are the same goats(or their offspring at least) that I was recording. Thanks again for your help.
  2. 126wt

    .m2T Files In Nxt 2

    Thanks for doing that.... those are actually Persian Ibex (and 50 MPH winds). I figured all you get to see are boring video clips so I figured I'd surprise you. That's really interesting... it worked on my end with Pro 2010. I'll have to try it on a larger scale. Thank you much!
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    .m2T Files In Nxt 2

    Thank you so much for checking it. test.zip
  4. 126wt

    .m2T Files In Nxt 2

    Yes it does offer to convert it... But it then makes more unnecessary files on my computer. I'd like to avoid converting it. I was just wondering if NXT 2 was more advanced and would accept the file as is.
  5. I currently have Creator Pro 2010, each time I try to add a .m2t file to the MyDVD/ Video Wave project I get this message... "To use this file it must be converted to an editable format. The original file will not be affected. Would you like to convert it now?" My question is if NXT2 also does this or if it can just use the .m2t file as is? Thank You
  6. They were both blu-ray folder sets and the same project settings etc. The only difference in settings is the encoding settings dictated by the "graphics test"... on the xps it is set to hardware and the inspiron is set to software. I did change those settings to match, but it didn't improve anything on the XPS. thank you
  7. I was having some issues with MyDVD while working on projects and encoding issues with HD productions. Anyway, I was told by Roxio support that it was due to the lack of a video card. I was able use a friend's computer that was an XPS 8700 desktop with a Nvidia 1 GB video card. While working on the project I didn't encounter as many freezes, etc. with the better computer. However the encoding for a 45 minute production took (3.5-4 hours) to encode. What's strange was that on my computer that didn't have the video card the encoding went really fast, although the quality wasn't great. And both computers have the same CPU. Why does it take so long on the one that is more "geared" toward video editing? i also noticed that the XPS is only using about 50% of the CPU while encoding, yet the desktop without the video card uses about 90% of the CPU and encodes faster (per the Task Manager) Thank You
  8. 126wt

    60Hz Or 120Hz Tv

    I asked the chat support twice and they both said that there is no way to turn down the 120hz. It was a good idea though.
  9. 126wt

    60Hz Or 120Hz Tv

    Thank you all. I'm just concerned if I get the 120hz ($30 difference) I'd get too much "soap opera effect"? Thank you
  10. 126wt

    60Hz Or 120Hz Tv

    I'm not really into the 3-d thing or gaming, just for watching video directly from my 60FPS camcorder and then anything I might make a blu-ray disc via creator... assuming my computer doesn't act up. Thank you
  11. 126wt

    60Hz Or 120Hz Tv

    I guess this is right place to post this... The only camcorder I own takes up to 60FPS video, what LED TV would better (but not overbuying) a 60Hz or 120Hz? Also if I am creating HD projects in Creator, which TV would be better, but again not overbuying for play back from a blu-ray player. Thank You
  12. 126wt

    Out Of Sync Audio?

    My main issue is the finished product, the video being choppy and the audio being out of sync. However I burn a project there is some kind of issue with it. What I'd like to find out is if a PC with a 1 GB graphics card would rid the issues. Thank you for your time.
  13. 126wt

    Out Of Sync Audio?

    Ive tried that, but there are also problems when I do that procedure exactly.
  14. 126wt

    Out Of Sync Audio?

    Well, I didn't know at first that a blu-ray burner was needed to burn a blu-ray disc. And I really don't want to buy one just yet... although when I play a video file from the Video studio folder set it does fine. My blu-ray player has a usb port, so I either transfer the file to a flash drive OR I'll just find the actual video file in the folder set and play it with a player I know that works... Thank You
  15. 126wt

    Out Of Sync Audio?

    I'm assuming that wasn't the correct info?
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