Non-Linear Output Formats

Producing Final Video

Export to DVD – For best results capture or record at the following specs:

  • Frames size: NSTC standard 720 x 480. if different, it will auto scale.
  • Frame rate: 29.97 fps (NSTC). All footage must be same rate.
  • Ascept ratio: 4:3 or 16:9
  • Audio – 16 bit depth and 48 kHz sample rate
  • Export to file for streaming: QuickTime, Windows Media and RealMedia
  • Export to file for progressive downloadable video

Vimeo

Codec H.264

MP4 Multiplexer

Frame rate: 24, 25, or 30 fps constant same as footage

bit rate: 5,000 – 10,000 – 720p hd or 10,000 – 20,000 1080p hd

resolution – sd 640×480 4:3, 640×360, 16:9 hd 1280×720

codec: audio aac-lc

320kbits/s

48 kHz

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Finished Documentary

Tying up loose ends..

I have more to report but getting horizontal is my main priority. I will fill in the details in the a.m. and have a link for you.

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My Project in the Premier Timeline Window

I finished editing. Rendering is another matter. Here’s the status. Yes, I does say 11 hours.

Encoder

Encoder

The Smith Organ in Belin Chapel at Houston Baptist University

Houston Baptist University showcases a Létourneau pipe organ. This instrument was made possible by the generosity of Sherry and Jim Smith. The 57-stop, 58-rank instrument is housed in the Belin Chapel of the Morris Cultural Arts Center.

Thank you, Dr. Rhonda Furr, who is HBU’s organ professor and organ consultant. She is also the Convention Coordinator for the 2016 American Guild of Organist‘s National Convention. Below are just a few of the images I captured of the Smith Organ.

Sound: Often Overlooked but JUST as Important as the Visuals!!

My project is very dependent on audio, so I have determining that I will capture the audio straight to Adobe Audition with my laptop. Previously, I recorded the pipe organ at St. John the Episcopal Church with the Nikon D5100’s on-board mic. I was unhappy with the output. The audio files peaked out and produced a clipped file. I do not want this to happen again. I have included a couple of useful videos about Audition.

Recording an Audio File

How to Use Audition in Video Workflow

Visually Editing Sound

This video shows how to visually analyze problem sounds.