Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Only $65! for Pavtube iMedia Converter and ByteCopy for Mac in Halloween

Pavtube studio are holding the Halloween promotion with some big discounts on website! Just come and have a look!

November 10, 2014, we are soon welcome this year’s Halloween! No matter how did you celebrate it in the past, this year, do you wanna make a change? To make this year’s Halloween as a special commemoration, maybe you can take part in the Halloween Topic which held by Pavtube.

Buy One Get One Free? Discount here is bigger than bigger! For example, if you buy the Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, you can get the ByteCopy for Mac for free. That means just only one offer, you can get two programs! Only $65 for two!

How can these guys do?
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, it is just more than a common video converter, also supported for DVD or Blu-rays. This guy can hold the 2D and 3D freely, as a professional one, it can output any video and audio format for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android, Windows Phones, PSP, PS3, and other devices, etc. Someone called it as the ‘Tiny Editor’ because it can offer us some simple editing items before starting the conversion.

While for Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac, especially for DVD and Blu-ray movies, it is always hot in DVD/BD fans’ hearts. I have to mention here you can rip your original footage with multi-tracks which is not so popular in other similar ones. Much more functions you can get in this one. Why not free download it to have a try by yourself?

Additionally Tips: Halloween Topic Promotion only expires on November 10,2014, so you must hurry to catch on!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Convert and Upload 1080p or 720p SD/HD Videos to Vimeo

This article here totally tells you how to convert and upload 1080p or 720p SD/HD videos to Vimeo in a general eay.

For those who really love watching videos online or uploading your recording on the web, you may know the Vimeo--- a high quality home for ad-free HD videos, we can play recordings or share videos with net friends. But unfortunately, not all the video formats can be accepted by Vimeo, such as MTS, MXF, etc.

A: Best way of converting videos available for Vimeo.
Before we upload 1080p or 720p SD/HD videos to Vimeo, some incompatible recordings we should do some conversion dispose. We here recommend you a professional HD Video Converter for Windows to make your original videos available for Vimeo with the 1080p or 720p quality. 

Download and launch the program for a first step,  just ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ to load them on the list. For Vimeo, go to ‘HD Video’ and find the item ‘AVI HD Video (*.avi)’ as output format. For other platforms like YouTube with MP4, on the format list, you can find them either. 

Also, we can customize the detailed output video parameters in the “Settings” menu, such as changing the video resolution. My recommendation is to size your files to 720p. This allows you to improve image quality with a higher bit rate, without creating the massively bigger files of 1080p. That’s the requirements you want. Finally, click the ‘Convert’ button to finish it.

B: Step-by-steps of uploading your videos to Vimeo
Sign into the Vimeo accout recommended by your instructor and click the ‘Upload a video’ button, which should appear at the top left.

Click the Choose a video to upload button and navigate to and select the file or files you want to upload as the screenshot allowed here:

The file(s) should appear as depicted below. Click Upload selected videos.

Now your video will begin uploading. You must leave this page open until it finishes. Once it is done, enter a title, description, tags, etc. and click Save.

Until here, we wish you a nice enjoyment to watch the HD video on Vimeo! Asking for other help or got some comments, you can leave some message below.

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Import MP4 Files to Premiere Elements 13/12 with Audio Only

Got a problem with audio only when importing MP4 files into Premiere Elements 13 or 12 in common ways? Let’s see how to solve it below.

Only with the sound but no vision?
‘Today when I tried to import certain .MP4 files off an external hard drive where the video was recorded with a GoPro HERO3. Half of the files import into Premiere 12 as audio only but the video does not show up. I re-installed Premiere, and that didn't help. Any suggestions there?’

Any efficient ways of rendering video problems?
It seems that most MP4 files will not only be friendly as sound files in Premiere Elements 13 or 12 even though the program especially says it’s a video file. From searching online you will find that the incompatible codec made the problem exists here. Fortunately, if you know MPEG-2 mpg is the most compatible format for Premiere Elements 13/12, it’s easier to encode MP4 to MPEG-2 with a third party program called MP4 to Premiere Elements Video Converter for Mac.

Tips: It is not means with this converting tool, we can directly put the MP4 files to Premiere Elements 13 or 12 with both video and audio working normally. Some necessary measures you should also take during the conversion. Let’s see together below:

Download the Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac and launch it in a general way. With ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’, you can load your files smoothly. On the format list, find the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg) as the output format, especially for Premiere Elements.

For more advanced settings, we can go to the ‘Settings’ interface for more adjustments, such like ‘video size’, ‘frame rate’ or ‘bitrates’. For different usage, select different allocation for yourself.

As normally, when you got the output files after clicking the ‘Convert’, open the Premiere Elements with ‘File>open files….’ to make it work well. Wish you a nice day!

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Monday, October 20, 2014

iPhone 6/6 Plus 's latest information on Pavtube Studio

Pavtube Studio just released iPhone 6/6 Plus topic page related to everything you should know about iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the brand new mobile phones announced by Apple recently to reach the new high of all Apple phone devices. 

The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus with a complete redesign and a much larger screen size than any iPhone that came before catch people’s eyes at the moment Apple announced their release. Even with a slightly larger screen, the iPhone remains comfortable to hold. With fast performance, a great display, an elegant new design and a much-needed software update, it's one of the best smartphones you can buy right now.

With the increasing number of people become Apple fans and would-be users, there was the need for a topic page to be able to link everything about Apple new phones so that they could find a shortcut to learn more about the devices from all the aspects.

On Pavtube iPhone 6/ 6 Plus page, Apple fans can find hot news, useful tips, unique features, popular apps and almost everything related to the new iPhone 6/6 Plus in order to get familiar with these two devices. 

More importantly, this special page also features with tips & Solutions about how to transfer movies, watch videos, and share joys on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus without time and space limits.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Work MKV, VOB, M2TS, WMV with After Effects CC on Windows 8.1/Mavericks

This article here can introduce you some details on how to import MKV, VOB, M2TS and WMV in After Effects CC on Windows 8.1 or Mavericks.

Not all videos can be accepted by After Effects CC?
When you tried your best to import your recordings to After Effects CC for a further editing, any error warnings appeared on the screen? Maybe some video formats can’t be loaded smoothly in this program, such as MKV, VOB, M2TS or WMV,etc. Have you guys ever met the trouble like this?

Any solutions you can put forward to solve such problems?
By the limitation of After Effects CC, any videos with incompatible codecs, is it an good idea if we can converting these videos as the suitable for further editing in AE CC? For MKV, VOB, M2TS or WMV, we here introduce the After Effects CC Video Converter for Windows/Mac to you. For more surprises, let me tell how does it work and make them friendly with AE. Just look the following list as the truth:

Multiple video sources supported
  • Output compatible formats for all popular devices
  • Change default settings by yourself
  • Make movie director come true

Details are allowed in this way:

Launch the program when you successfully download it, directly drag your files in or ‘Add videos’ in. Don’t know which is the best output format for After Effects CC? Here we go, on the format list, go to the ‘HD Video’>>’MPEG-2 HD Video (*.mpg)’to have a try.

How to edit our videos mentioned above?
Can you see the pencil icon ‘Editor’ on the main interface above? Open it, you can preview your video in the window, some editing items are list below the window. Such like ‘Trim’, decide your video length or pick out some useful clips you like, for ‘Crop’ to adjust the image size, just cut off the extra edges you unwanted. Do some explanations during the process? ‘Add subtitles’ may do you a favor, etc. Following picture can tell you more details.

Finally, select output place you need and click the ‘Convert’ icon for a start. So appreciate if you can leave some comments at the ending of the paper.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Make Divx videos Accepted by FCP on Mac

Any idea on editing Divx videos in FCP on Mac when you got some footage shot by Divx camera? Let’s start the talking here!

Failed to import DivX encoded files to Final Cut Pro for smooth editing? Never mind if you have known clearly about the specialty of Divx videos and the editing software FCP for a first preparation.

Do you know what does Divx format mean?
Divx Media Format, DMF, is a media container format used for the MPEG-4 Part 2 codec. Divx has defined profiles which are subsets of MPEG-4/AVI and H.264/Matroska standards. So Divx has three kinds of file extensions: .avi, .divx and .mkv for different purposes---from the introduction of Divx on Wikipedia.

Relationship between Divx files and FCP---Incompatible
For all the Apple fans know that FCP has its own several Apple ProRes Codec types, Divx is such a non-native format for FCP. So now we are facing the question how to do the conversion from Divx to Apple ProRes codec mov. 

Any suggestions to overcome the task above?
It’s not easy taking all the noteworthy products on the internet and narrowing them down to a list of high-quality Mac converters. But there is still one great app---Divx to FCP Converter for Mac. specially designed for editing software and other HD videos, you can select the optimized preset for Final Cut Pro as your output format directly without setting the detailed figures of the files by yourself. Easy operation to finish Divx to FCP conversion and transfer files into FCP as the following:

As the description below: Download the program and ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ to load your Divx files. Click "format" bar and choose "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as Final Cut Pro X compatible codec for editing DivX AVI in FCP smoothly. ProRes 422(HQ), Pro Res 422(LT), Pro Res 444, Pro Res 422(Proxy) are all the proper choice.

Want more settings for your output videos? Back to the interface and go to the ‘Settings’ for advanced adjustment, if you want to preserve the high quality, you may go to the video Size as ‘1920*1080’, bitrates as ‘high quality’ and frame rate as’29.97’. Well, you can also select the items by yourself.

Additional Tips: Before the conversion, you can edit the DivX videos as well. With the ‘Editor’ button, you can cut the video clip you want with ‘Trim’, ‘Crop’ to drop off the unwanted edges or ‘add subtitles’ to do some explanation for the audience, etc.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Edit 4K XAVC and AVCHD from Sony PXW-X70 to FCP X

This post introduces an easy-to-use way to help you convert Sony PXW-X70 4K XAVC and AVCHD footage to ProRes for editing in FCP X.

Are you a loyal photographer or Sony camcorder fan? In other words, do you know the 4K Sony PXW-X70 HD Camcorder? Today here we can make a good friend with Sony PXW-X70 and edit its output footage with ProRes codec in a general way.

The camera records broadcast quality 1920 x 1080 HD video using a variety of codecs, at 4:2:2 10-bit in XAVC, AVCHD and DV format. Therefore, for further editing with some popular editing software, may be you will get some trouble. As the following example showed:

‘Hi guys, at last weekend I took part in an outdoor activity called ‘Boating on Seine’, it was such an interesting theme that attracted a lot of people. I was in charge of the activity for recording the process with my Sony PXW-X70 camera. But when I edit the footage in FCP X, some errors appeared and it didn’t work well. Is that the video format limitation? Thanks a lot if you can do me a favor.’

Frankly speaking, to build a bridge which can connect Sony PXW-X70 with FCP X, maybe we need a 4K to FCP X Converter for Mac to play this role well. A strong tool that can convert your 4K XAVC or AVCHD files to Prores for FCP X with no quality loss.

Simply introduction of 4K to FCP X converter in a general way
Download the program and load your files in, you can choose any one form the importing items, ‘Add video’ or Add from folder’. Especially for FCP X, here we come to the important point, with the high quality reserved, we may go to ‘Final Cut Pro” to ‘Apple ProRes 422 (HQ)(*.mov) like the following picture:

For those primary editors, simple ‘Editor’ here may do you a big favor. How about ‘Trim’ to decide your video length, ‘Crop’ to drop off your unwanted clips, add some ‘Subtitles’ or make some ‘Effects’, etc. Come here to have a look.

What’s more, after you finish your conversion with ‘Convert’ button, for those people first work files in FCP X, here we can tell you how to transfer files in FCP X in a correct way. Just have a nice day, guys!


Monday, October 6, 2014

How to Play DVD & Blu-ray on NAD Amplifier & Pionneer TV

This guide can tell you how to play DVD or Blu-ray on NDA Amplifier or Pionneer TV with the high quality reserved.

Have you heard of NDA Amplifier or Pionneer TV? Yes, two wonderful media players that can take you into a HD Movie world. Recently, we have received some help like how to play DVD and Blu-ray on NAD Amplifier and Pionneer TV. As the following says:

‘I have a large DVD & Bluray collection that I want to put on a 2TB external Hard Drive which is connected to a Kaiser Bass HD Media Hub, NAD Amplifier & Pionneer TV. I also have MP4 & M4V Music Videos on my Mac Book which I want to put on the Hard Drive. So how can I play these collections on NAD Amplifier and Pionneer TV? Any suggestions there? ’

Although we can ask the Kaiser Bass HD Media Hub for a help, we also need to rip DVD or Blu-ray to NDA Amplifier or Pionneer TV with the most compatible format. So Pavtube BDMagic for Mac may be your best choice.

Why do we choose this program as the bridge to connect DVD or Blu-ray with NAD Amplifier & Pionneer TV?

  • It can support output for latest and popular devices
  • Not only for DVD and Blu-ray, but also for various output video formats.
  • 2D/3D conversion is also included
  • Customize your personal profiles freely

Download this program and launch it, import your files with ‘Load IFO/ISO’ or ‘Load from folder’ Then we will get into the next step ‘Format’ bar to choose the best output format such as ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video (*.mp4) as the picture followed:

For other advanced users, in ‘Settings’ interface, you can adjust your video size, bitrates or frame rate in a generate way. Just get here to have a try by yourself.

Finally, when you finish your conversion by ‘Convert’, just enjoy your HD videos on NAD Amplifier or Pionneer TV. Welcome some other comments you can leave below.

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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Flawlessly Edit Sony PXW-Z100 XAVC Files in Final Cut Pro

A brief instruction here to let you guys know how to flawlessly edit Sony PXW-Z100 XAVC files in FCP.

For those Sony fans, you must not be strange with XAVC files. Such as Sony PXW series or PMW series. XAVC format is currently in use with Sony’s PXW-Z100 experienced 4K camcorders, so that the concept of a plug and play resolution for shoppers is not that farfetched. In this way, XAVC files is a new format for many of video player or video editing computer software just like FCP.

Searching on the internet for fast ways of flawlessly editing Sony PXW-Z100 XAVC files in FCP, no doubt there are two main methods. Plug-in and the professional XAVC video converter. Here let’s talk about the two methods and offer you some best suggestions.

Method1. Sony XAVC Plug-in for FCP
This plug-in supports SxS Card but not Professional Disc. XD

CAM Professional Disc users can use Content Browser software to ingest material into Final Cut Pro X. However, this plug-in requires FCP 10.0.8 and higher for XAVC format. Other disadvantages like bugs during the installing process.

Method 2.XAVC to FCP Converter for Mac---to get all your troubles away

Main characteristics are listed below you can take a further recognization:
Various HD videos for converting with a high definition
Deinterlacing for better video effects
Adjust your personal output videos with great effects
Merge your multiple video files into one

Not only for FCP, but also supported for Premiere or Avid. If you need, major conversion process you can also take a reference here:

When you import the XAVC or XDCAM correctly in XAVC/XDCAM to FCP X Converter for Mac with two buttons ‘Add videos’ and ‘Add from folder’, choose the best output format is important. Fortunately, it has the specific item for FCP X, ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422 (*.mov). Then if you want advanced settings, click the ‘Settings’ item and adjust your video size, frame rate, bitrates, audio channels, etc. For more functions about this program, you can have a free download below. Finally, ‘Convert’ to start your conversion.

At the end, I got a question, Which method do you like better? If you have other solutions, Please leave us some comments below. For those people who first time work with FCP, you can open here to know how to transfer your files.

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