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  • Work Flow with .m2p and .mpg files

    I need assistance from users that have had to extract these files from non- copyright DVD's and re-edit on the Edius 4.54 timeline. My client wants a final DVD of several parts of a group of DVD's that contain these file formats.

    So far, I have just used Disc capture to get the files and found out, by selecting "Re-construct files and " Segment Encode files", it works better.
    I'm not sure what these two features are doing.

    One problem that I have noticed is when I "double click" on a clip in the "Bin" to review it on the left monitor window, the first file works properly; however, the next time I try to review a file this way, you only see the first file. I have to close Edius each time and start it up to review another file in the monitor window.

    I would like to know if I continue this process through out the edit session, if I will end up not being able to produce a chaptered DVD using DVD creator ?

    Should I have converted all files to Canopus DV format first by right clicking them in the "Bin"?

    My machine is P4 3.2 gig Ht 2Gb XP pro

    Please respond quickly. Lots of work to do.

    Thanks
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  • #2
    any form of mpg file is sluggish to edit, I always convert to Canopus DV or HQ
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      Thanks Anton
      [COLOR="Teal"]
      Main System:
      Edius WG 8.53, Alienware Aurora R7, 8th Gen Intel(R) Core i7,256GB M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive,(Programs ),2TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage), 1TB Samsung SSD (Storage)16GB DDR4,NVIDIA(R) GeForce(R) GTX 1080 Ti with 11GB GDDR5X' 850W PSU ,Windows 10 Pro
      2nd: Asus Republic of gamers Rampage 3, 6 gb, nVidia gtx, i7, win7, Edius WG 8.52 /w Spark card.
      3nd: Dell precision mobile M4600 workstation i7, nVidia 2000m, Edius 6.08.

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      • #4
        I just re-edit a previous job that had no back avi, it was a 8mb cbr m2p file and it worked well in realtime with my old xeon rig.

        With edius 3.x I was never able to get anywhere near realtime with m2p but now with 4.6 it runs very smooth.

        On my system with a vbr m2p file it's still a little sluggish but way better than before, vbr I normally also convert back to avi.

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