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Mov To Wmv - Brightness Issue



I am using Toast 11 to convert two H264 video files from mov to wmv. One video is 11 minutes and the other video is 2 minutes. After I converted the two videos to wmv, both videos automatically became much brighter at the 17 second mark. The mov files look fine; there is no change in brightness for those files. I'm not sure why the wmv files would automatically become brighter at a certain point. I'm working on a MacBook Pro (2.4GHz Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, OSX 10.9.5). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Other people have reported the same issue? Interesting. I created the H.264 video files with Avid Media Composer 7.

I'd need to search for some of the other posts, but it may be that Toast has this issue with video created using Avid and possibly some other professional video apps that aren't using the QuickTime codecs. You could conduct a test to see if a few minutes of the original video source results in the brightness issue in Toast. I'm afraid that Toast could be unusable with your workflow. You needed a paid version of Flip4Mac for Toast to encode more than a few seconds of video to wmv. Maybe you'll need one of the higher-cost versions of Flip4Mac from Telestream and use their app for the conversion.

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