Monday, December 8, 2014

Download YouTube Videos to PS3 for a Playback on TV

In this paper we can learn how to download YouTube videos to PS3 and watch them for enjoyment on TV.

Summary: In order to enjoy the nice YouTube videos on our TV with PS3. Usually, with the PS3 Media Server, we can transfer our videos to TV but you know especially for YouTube videos, they are not so suitable for PS3, right. Let’s find the solutions below:

Do you love enjoying YouTube videos online? Funny? Interesting? Or tounching? These videos on YouTube are always from our real life which recorded by other video lovers. I don’t know if you ever record some interesting videos and upload them to YouTube for a sharing? Nowadays, to enjoy the modern technology of our life, more and more people would like download these videos on TV with PS3 for a better enjoyment, and you?

How to play YouTube videos on TV smoothly with PS3?
Surely with the PS3 we can easily sync our videos on TV however, how could we successfully stream our YouTube movies to PS3? Of course PS3 Media Server can do us a favor but not all video formats it can handle well. The YouTube FLV is the typical one. Here we strongly recommend you the YouTube to PS3 Video Converter for Mac to you, which can easily convert FLV videos to MP4 for a playback on PS3. Also, Windows version we can download in this way.

Step-by-step guide allowed here we can take a reference:
Download and install this converting program on your computer, the main interface may pop up there. Two button called ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ on the left corner could help you out when importing your original videos. For PS3, we know MP4 is the suitable one for output right? So on the output list, in order to preserve the original high quality videos, we suggest you to choose the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)’ as the best one. Look the screen shot here:

Additionally, there are some advertisements that often annoy us a lot, do you wanna drop them off? Click the ‘Editor’ on the main interface, ‘Trim’ there we can decide where to start and where to end, so it is convenient for us to get rid of the advertisements. Some other items we can also have a try like ‘Crop’ ‘Subtitles’ etc. Thus we also call this program as a ‘Tiny Editor’.

At the end, back to the main interface, could you see the big red button named ‘Convert’? It is the ending icon if you are sure you did all the preparation work. Any other troubles you can leave some messages below. Thanks for reading!


Friday, December 5, 2014

Encode 5.1 Channel AAC/DTS/WAV to AC3 5.1/Stereo

From this article, we may know more details on how to encode 5.1 channel AAC/DTS/WAV to AC3 5.1/Stereo in a nice way. Have you got any experience of encoding your 5.1 audio channels?

First of all, what we are going to talk about the topic is the 5.1 audio channels. In the following article, we can get a 5.1 channel converter which can be an audio assistant that help us encode 5.1 channel AAC/DTS/WAV to 5.1/stereo AC3. Or enjoy MKV FLAC on HDTV? Let’s have a look here. 

As you know, different media players support different audio codec, so for a nice enjoyment, sometimes it is necessary for us to do some changes with the original audio files, right? As usual, some common audio converters on the market may might handle this kind of job but especially for 5.1 channel,, not all the converters could handle 5.1 well in a perfect effect. Fortunately, Pavtube Video Converter for Windows/Mac can be a better choice for you.

A brief introduction of this 5.1 Audio Channel Converter here:
It is an excellent 5.1 channel audio converter that can handle various output audio formats like AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, OGG, WAV, FLAC, MP3, OGG WMA, etc. Also it can transcode AVI, MKV, MP4 video files with AC3, AAC, DTS 5.1 channel sound track to AC3, MP3, AAC 5.1/stereo.

Start the steps to know how to encode our 5.1 channel AAC/DTS/WAV to AC3 5.1/Stereo. 
Start up video converter as a professional 5.1 channel video audio converter. When its main interface pops up, click the ‘Add video’ to load your original videos in. Tap the ‘Format’ there and get into the output list, choose the ‘Common Audio’>>’AC3-Dolby Digital AC-3(*.ac3)’ as we need. Look the screen shot as follows.

Then don not forget to custom our audio encoder, in ‘Settings’ button, could you see the audio settings there? Here, we should set our audio codec as ‘ac3’ and channels as ‘5.1’ or ‘stereo’. Additionally, sample rate and bitrate we can also set the default as we like.

In the end, just g to the main interface and hit the ‘Convert’ to start converting 5.1 channels AAC/DTS/WAV to AC3 5.1/stereo. Remember there are two different windows version and Mac versions, choose one you like. Welcome to offer some other suggestions and advice as the comments below.


Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Need Tips on Importing MTS to Corel VideoStudio Pro X7?

Is there any efficient tips on importing MTS files to Corel VideoStudio Pro X7? Maybe in the following article you can find some solutions.

Not know much about Corel VideoStudio Pro X7?
For Mac users, you may know clearly about some common editing apps such as FCP, iMovie, or FCE etc. While for Windows users, besides the Adobe and Movei Maker, we also have Corel Video Pro X7, which allows both storyboard and timeline-oriented editing. Using new Motion Tracking to follow moving objects on screen and attach graphics and text. However, as you know different video formats supported by source clips in Corel VideoStudio. Edit MTS in VideoStudio Pro X7 is not an easy matter.

Want an enjoyable playback on PC after a dispose in Corel VideoStudio?
As MTS files are usually shot by some HD cameras, no matter as Sony, Canon or Panasonic, etc. It is awesome to enjoy out recordings to know how much we learned there. Unfortunately, do you know Corel VideoStudio Pro X7 has its own personal format WMV. So how could it be possible to make our MTS files accepted by Corel VideoStudio? We need the Pavtube Video Converter to do a big favor.

How can this MTS to VideoStudio Converter do this job well?

As a professional video converter, it surely has the various import and output choices with an easy operation. Would like to listen to me about the details on how to convert MTS to the most suitable WMV for Corel VideoStudio Pro X7?

Launch and open this program, what you find there are some main items on the main interface. To load our files in? ‘Add video’ on the left corner may handle this job well. Or in other ways, you can directly drag your footage in if you have connected your camera or source device to your computer. Then here on the output list, we suggest you to choose the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>WMV(VC-1)(*.wmv)’ as the best one.

What I have to mention here this program also has the simple ‘Edit’ item for our advanced users. All of us can go to the ‘Edit’ to adjust our videos as we like. Such as the ‘Trim’, ‘Crop’ or ‘Subtitles’, etc. You may enjoy the effects in the preview window below. Go to have a try! You won’t be disappointed!

Tips: If you got the MXF files instead of MTS, why not take this article of MXF to VideoStudio for a close reference?

With all your preparation work done? Back to the main interface and click the ‘Convert’ button to finish your work! With the 6X faster conversion speed that other similar programs, it won’t take you so much time for waiting.

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Monday, December 1, 2014

Natively Import AVI Files Recorded From Bandicam to Lightworks Pro

How to nicely import AVI files from Bandicam to Lightworks Pro for a further editing? In the following article you can get some useful tips.

Meet trouble in working AVI files with the professional non-linear editing software Lightworks Pro? Actually, it is necessary for us to pay attention, right? Such similar questions are appeared frequently in our editing area. Just like the example below:

‘I am attempting to edit some clips I shot while playing a game. I recorded them with Bandicam, and they are all saved in .avi format. When I try to import one, it says that the audio format is unsupported. Does anyone know of a way that I am either make the video format compatible with LWKS or do I need to convert the videos to a different format and then import?’

Frankly speaking, Lightworks supports a broad range of codecs, but they must adhere to professional television standards. If you read about the codecs it supports on the Tech Specs page, you will find the point! Yes, MP4 is the native supported format for Lightworks Pro. So we could make the trouble easier, right? With the a AVI to Lightworks Pro Converter, we can natively change AVI into MP4 for a further editing.

Several step-by-step tips are allowed here, would like to take as a reference? You should download and install the program for a first step, to choose a output format available for Lightworks, I suggest you to select the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)’ as the best one. Also, you can tap ‘MP4’ in the searching box to search it well.

Tips: For other additional functions you can try on the main interface, such as the ‘Settings’ to adjust your video size, bitrates, etc. Or the ‘Editor’ to make your files in a simple dispose, both of them are deserved to take a look. Here I want to introduce the ‘Merge into one file’ item which can combine your file clips into one on your computer. Is that cool?

All the functional items ther you can have a try! Finally, if you did all your work done, it's time to click the 'Convert' to get your work started. With a faster conversion speed there, you can save a lot of time of waiting!


Thursday, November 27, 2014

Can't open Sony PXW-X70 MXF Videos in Final Cut Pro X

Meet troubles when opening Sony PXW-X70 MXF files in Final Cut pro X for a nice editing? Maybe here you can find some effective solutions.

Whatever for Mac users or Windows users, some popular editing software you may take as good assistants if you are a professional video editor. As Windows users have Sony Vegas, Mac users look the Final Cut Pro as their favorite. With hundreds of features worthy of listing, some sync problems or unwanted gaps may appear when editing. For example, MXF files to FCP X with no video image?

‘Just got the Sony PXW-X70 and I can't seem to open the .mxf or even successfully transcode the video files into something that can be read on the mac. (Running 10.9.5). I downloaded Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac and the Ackrock Video Converters and neither of them works. They just are able to import the audio but not the video portion. Very frustrated here, any advice? Thanks!’

How to open Sony MXF videos in FCP X in a nice way? Due to the special container format, common video converters cannot handle it well. Here may I introduce you a professional MXF assistant for you? Pavtube iMixMXF, (Windows version)which has the strong ability of working MXF videos, also can support the multiple audio tracks as output.

Let me show you how this MXF to FCP X converter works: 

From the official website, you can download and install the program nicely. Two items there we can choose to load our original videos in, ‘Add video’ to load your MXF with clips,while ‘Add form folder’ for a complete file folder. Next, on the output list, ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple Prors Codec 422(*.mov)’ is waiting for your selection.

High light here: You must see the ‘Multi-track Video’ item on the output list, right? Of course, it is a nice choice to make our source videos output with multiple audio tracks.

To own the output result with perfect effect, I suggest you to get into the ‘Settings’ interface to adjust your videos before starting your conversion, okay? Select the video codec you want, set the ‘video size, bitrates, frame rate, or even the audio channel with your own style.

With all the preparation work done? Just back to the main interface, could you see the big red icon 'Convert' there? Clikk it and you can start your work well! I'm sure you won't be disappointed with this program.  If you are the first time to work with FCP, we here offer a transfer guide for FCP you can take a reference. Good luck!

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Any Fixer to Make MXF Work with Final Cut Pro?

MXF files cannot work with FCP? Don’t worry about it! In the following page, you can get a fixer as a good assistant.

As we all know that due to the video codec limitation, for the container format MXF, it is not so suitable with the FCP. So for our Mac users, how could we make it possible to smoothly import MXF files in FCP for a nice editing? Firstly, you can take the third-party plug-in as a try, or the second method could be your favorite. With a goos repuatation online, the program we introduced below can make you work MXF files well with Final Cut Pro. Why not have a try?

Fixer One.Canon FCPX plug-in---Only for Canon users
Canon provide a free plug-in to enable the C300’s MXF files to import directly into FCPX without the need to transcode to ProRes. Many users report that they have no problems with the installation and it ‘just works’. However, other users with similar setups report that they cannot import C300 rushes in FCPX, though it works through Log and Capture in FCP7, additionally Adobe Premiere successfully imports C300 MXF. Only FCPX seems affected, and for a limted subset of FCPX users.

Here’s the typical scenario: having run the xpfm211 installer. FCPX sees the folder structure, even the MXF files themselves, but does not recognise either. This is as far as some users get. For some reason, the installer has completed successfully, we are seeing files, but nothing imports. De-installing and re-installing brings the user back to this situation. Very frustrating.

Trying to track the activity of the installer, we see two new plug-ins highlighted in the MIO/RAD/Plugins folder – CanonE1.RADPlug and CanonXF.RADPlug. The latter would appear to be the ‘magic smoke’ for the MXF format. However, this isn’t working. There’s a second empty RADPlugins folder below – should the plugins be in there?

Here’s where it got interesting. I was able to confer with another editor who had a system that did import MXF successfully. The key difference was that he had a CanonXF64.RADPlug folder – not an XF, an XF64. I could not find a similar folder, nor could I make the installer create one. In the end, he just sent me a copy of that folder, and I dragged and dropped it into the same folder I had.

And it worked! It’s pretty obvious because you can see the clips, but also note that the MXF folder heirachy has gone, replaced simply with the usual list of clips on a card or archive.

Fixer Two. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac/iMixMXF---for other users
As a professional kind of MXF to FCP converter, this program has a good reputation on the Internet. With the easy operation, concise interface, various output choices, it can handle all the MXF files well in FCP.

Tips: iMixMXF is a MXF converting tool that can output multiple audio tracks if you need. Especially for MXF file folder, it indeed has the unique function.

Follow my steps here, we can learn the main tips on how to make MXF converted to ProRes .mov for FCP with this MXF Converter for Mac. When you install it correctly on your computer, With ’Add video’ you can load MXF files in this program. There are several types of ProRes Codec on the output list, ‘Apple ProRes Codec 422 HQ (*.mov) can hold your quality well. Then in the ‘Settings’ item, we can set our personal video size, bitrates, frame rate or even audio channel, etc. 

Back to the main interface, hit the ‘Convert’ to start your conversion, Screen shot below can show you the more details. Any other advice and suggestion you can reflect to us.  If you are the first time to work with FCP, we here offer a transfer guide for FCP you can take a reference. Good luck!

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Monday, November 24, 2014

Talks on Editing GoPro Videos in a Nice Way

Follow our steps to know how to edit GoPro videos in some popular editing tools if you got the GoPro series.In this article, it explains how could we smoothly edit our GoPro files in Adobe and FCP X. If you have troubles in GoPro recordings, it can help you a lot!

How are GoPro cameras so popular on market?
Do you know why GoPro is more than a sports photography camera? While GoPro was originally designed with action sports in mind, GoPro is just a great camera for almost any application. Many people utilize a GoPro camera as their primary camcorder. If you’re an aspiring filmmaker, especially when it comes to short films, a GoPro camera could be considered a great beginning filming option.

As you know that GoPro cameras are popular with people interested in capturing close-up video of high action sports such as car racing and surfing. Designed to be ultra-portable while capturing high-definition photography and video, GoPro captures action like no other camera. However, how to edit your GoPro in some popular editing software has become a big problem.

GoPro Studio Edit
, a video editing software for PC, which allows you to trim clips, insert transitions, add effects, add music and sound effects, and control speed for fast or slow motion. GoPro Studio Edit is designed to make creating your own great-looking GoPro videos easy and user-friendly.

For other editing programs? If you want to go with a more professional option and you’re willing spend quite a bit of money, another option is Adobe Premiere Pro. This gives you more control over your video clips as you edit, clip, splice, insert transitions, video effects, and add a music soundtrack. For Final Cut Pro X? It features capabilities that are very similar to Adobe Premiere Pro X. With Final Cut Pro X, you can have an incredible amount of control over your clips and how you put your final film together. 

While for Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, we cannot import GoPro MP4 filers into them directly, so I here highly recommend you the GoPro Video Converter for Mac to do another conversion step. Such as MPG for Adobe, ProRes for FCP X. Easy operation, concise interface and faster speed, it has a good reputation online.

How to choose the output video formats? When you download the program and import your original files with ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’, you can follow the steps as the screen shot showed to us:
On the output list, choose the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ as follows for Adobe,

Also, for FCP X, several types there are waiting for you. With a high quality, I strongly suggest you the Apple ProRes 422 (HQ)(*.mov) as the best one.

Finally, you can click the ‘Convert’ to finish your work and get your work started. Any other advice and questions you can leave as comments below.  If you are the first time to work with FCP, we here offer a transfer guide for FCP you can take a reference. Good luck!