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Old 05-23-2007, 09:31 AM   #1
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hi..
i've used edius 3.62 for a while,.. now i've installed edius 4.
but the same problems i found...everytime i give 3d pict in pict..or pict.in pict my footage getting a bit blur...i found the same problem on both version of edius..
the other problem is when i transcode my avi footage(canopus hq codec or cdvc) into dvd format(m2p) using procoder2, it gets a bit darker.
(i've compared both by playing them in the same monitor)
is anyone found the same problem?
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Old 05-23-2007, 09:43 AM   #2
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you can add a sharpen filter to PIP in order to increase sharpness

check the waveform of a colourbar clip on timeline, then export to m2p, then load the m2p on the Edius timeline and check the level, report what changed

how to use waveforms (PAL)
http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...ctorscope.html
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:44 PM   #3
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tx anton
about the m2p darken, when i record my avi into a mini dv cassete(mastering) the result is perfect!exactly what it shows in the edius time line.
so, as long as i keep it as avi it won't be any problems.
but i do have customers that need it as a dvd format.
so my solution right now is, i use my avi footage straight to dvd architect 3.0
and the result is good..i mean really good..do u think procoder got it wrong?

oh ya about sharpen, i do add sharpen in every footage that used 3d PIP.
but i don't know,somehow it doesn't look as nice as the original one.

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Old 05-25-2007, 02:18 PM   #4
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tx anton
oh ya about sharpen, i do add sharpen in every footage that used 3d PIP.
but i don't know,somehow it doesn't look as nice as the original one.
You may know this:

You can use several layers of a mix - sharpen/soften/sharpen in the effects palette

or

layer priority providing you different visual outcomes eg colour balance 1st then sharpen vs sharpen 1st and col bal 2nd to get differing treatments/results.

The same can be said for audio filters. The layer order affects the outcome.

You can spend a lot of time here (on this) if you have it.
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