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Old 12-28-2009, 10:51 PM   #1
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Guys, I'm from the Rex era (yep an old dinosaurus) and thinking about migrating to Edius.

What I liked about the Rex stuff that the timeline was exported extremely quickly. (no re-rendering unless necessary)
in between I played a bit with Edius versions, but my impression so far is that it doesn't have a "smart rendering" feature.

for example: let's say I edited a project (from DV source) and burnt a DVD from it. Now my client wants a segment inserted. Can I just import the final DVD into Edius, insert the segment into the project and export (via either Procoder or the new version 5 exporter) to a new DVD without recompressing the whole movie?
If i recall well procoder/Edius didn't have an option to only recompress the altered scenes.

Am I correct that Edius doesn't support smart rendering?
thanks for your wisdom
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Old 12-29-2009, 07:53 AM   #2
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yes it does - its called SEGEMENT ENCODE and for it to work

the frame rate,size, bit rate all need to be EXACTLY as the source

only works for MPEG-2 file writing
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:42 AM   #3
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Hi Mattie.

great thanks for the reply, I'll look into this and experiment with it.
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Hi Mattie.

great thanks for the reply, I'll look into this and experiment with it.
Experiment and check the insert in & out points, there are sometimes some unwanted artifacts, especially when using VBR Mpeg2, you are informed :)
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Old 12-29-2009, 08:44 PM   #5
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I'm also from the Rex times, and now fully over to Edius.
In Rex, i use to mark in/out and export a new mpeg of the altered parts, and then I'd add that clip in to the original mpeg using mpegcraft and overwrite the file (same name) in the authoring app, so on start, the new file (same name) would kick in. I'd then just export an new ISO image. Simply, quick and easy.

In Edius, because exporting is so fast, I just alter the timeline and export the whole lot for that particular DVD, overwrite the same file for the authoring app and export a new ISO image.

Once you're using Edius, you won't look back. I had the same struggle when moving over. Things were different, but better in the long run.
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