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Got it!
The figure that confused was as follows:

"Streams
Video: 00:00:12.513, 59.940 fps progressive, 1920x1080x12, AVC"
The 12!
12 Bit colour - My eyes can't keep up.
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Peter
30 Jun 2014 01:45 #31

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Hello Derek and fellow editors!

Glad to see your Forum up and running. Took a bit for me to finally "look around" at your latest project, which along with all your fantastic videos...KEEP IT UP! Guess I need something to do now that my 24 years in the Service have passed (Retired since 2001), and I have always found an answer via your videos for any problems I have while editing.

Using Sony Vegas Movie Studio Suite 13 on two computers, Vegas Pro 12 on another, and just loaded Studio Suite 12 on a laptop for our upcoming NASCAR race in the Poconos here in PA (two Brothers and my nephews locally, plus, Uncle and Cousin from Michigan with their friends.) Plan to take a lot of video and pictures as we will be celebrating our Cousin's 50th (he's such a "youngin'"!) So, will be loading and testing the laptop with the videos/pictures into Movie 12.

Thanks for all the superbly done instructional video thus far, and keep 'em coming!

Mike O'Sullivan
MMC(SW) U.S. Navy (Retired)
Asus X399-e ROG Strix /2950X/64 GB Corsair/XFX Radeon VII/SoundBlaster Zx/Win 10 Pro 64-Bit. Vegas Pro 17 Edit/Vegas MSP 16 Suite/SoundForge Studio 12.6/Magix Xara Photo & Graphics Design/Hitfilm Express 14. Intel 750 PCIe with OS & Apps, Samsung 960 & 970 1TB EVO PCIe for source footage.
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Welcome to the Forum Mike.
Thank you for your message :)

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Well this is all new to me.
I'm a guy so it is difficult to ask for help so this is the first forum I have ever tried. Please be gentle with me.
This looks like a great website with tons of great material.
I think I shall like it here.

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15 Aug 2014 04:13 #34

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Hi Keith

Welcome to the Forum.
Yes you can use your real name - please do !

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Derek (aka Doctor Zen)
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Just saying hi!

Great tips for a newbie stills photographer moving into video!

Working on a project involving army veterans visiting a First World war battlefield sites in France; all the raw footage and separate sound recordings have been uploaded; and about to start the editing phase over the next month!

(Any tips for syncing up external sound recording to the video in Vegas Pro would be welcome :)


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28 Sep 2014 22:59 #36

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Hi Graham and welcome to the Forum.

I actually have a tutorial I am working on right now about Syncing Audio.
I will share everything I know in the new article this week.

My direct descendant William Moran died in Villers‑Bretonneux, France during the First World War.
www.ww1westernfront.gov.au/villers-bretonneux/
As you probably know, a very large number of Australians fought and died in WWI.
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Greetings Derek and all. This is my first day on the forum - but have been benefiting from the tutorials for some years.

As you may guess from the name and avatar, I am a professional photographer (now semi-retired). Over the years the work would sometimes drift over to moving pictures, starting out with 16mm monochrome work for local TV stations. Later on came Beta SP and a variety of digital formats.

I'm so glad I chose Vegas for my editing program - now on to Pro 13. The expert help that Derek gives tirelessly has helped me so much. He really knows his stuff.
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Welcome officially to the forum 48Snapper.

If you are old school like myself, I guess you have experienced the joy of spending many hours in the Dark Room getting high on chemicals.
I really miss the traditional way of developing and printing photographs. I use to take a lots of Black and White photos and spend entire weekends locked inside the converted bathroom/dark room.
I think the younger generations should all have a go in a real dark room, before getting near a computer.

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Derek :)
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You are right Derek, starting with the school camera club, many years were spent in Dark Rooms. Everything from B&W developing and printing, colour printing (C-Types), to E6 transparencies. With chemical stained finger nails, people thought you were a smoker! Yes, some real Dark Room work would teach a lot, like how burning in and dodging used to be done.

My first proper video editing was on a three machine Lo Band U-Matic set up. Of course quality was lost all the time as even a simple edit involved going down a generation. For more fancy stuff, like mixes and titles, the quality reduced further still. Rather different to how we do it today. Cue Monty Python's 'Four Yorkshire-men' sketch.
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