Jump to content


Higher quality videos with the viewer software


  • Please log in to reply
1 reply to this topic

#1 Eric_49

Eric_49

    Novice

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 5 posts

Posted 21 March 2012 - 07:02 PM

Hello.

I have an AverMedia viewer CP 135.
http://www.averusa.c...oduct_cp135.asp
This is an excellent camera table!

I can record good quality with Debut.
But if I use software viewer,
A + Interactive Software 1.7 Software (v.1.7.1.13) - Windows
registration is the best quality!

How to get that quality with Debut?
I see. Avi file here:
http://e-nautia.com/....php?id=1486324

I could also use VideoPad.

Thank you.

Eric

PS I'm French and I make great efforts to speak English!
Make small simple sentences please ...
so I can understand you. Thank you.

#2 Buce n Gar

Buce n Gar

    Novice

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 5 posts

Posted 09 April 2012 - 06:08 PM

View PostEric_49, on 21 March 2012 - 07:02 PM, said:

Hello.

I have an AverMedia viewer CP 135.
http://www.averusa.c...oduct_cp135.asp
This is an excellent camera table!

I can record good quality with Debut.
But if I use software viewer,
A + Interactive Software 1.7 Software (v.1.7.1.13) - Windows
registration is the best quality!

How to get that quality with Debut?
I see. Avi file here:
http://e-nautia.com/....php?id=1486324

I could also use VideoPad.

Thank you.

Eric

PS I'm French and I make great efforts to speak English!
Make small simple sentences please ...
so I can understand you. Thank you.


After experimenting at length, I have found that the best format to capture raw video (on screen or from another source) is in .avi using the Microsoft Video 1 encoder. I can capture 1920x1080 at around 26fps and it looks pretty good. After you capture the raw video, you can process it to post production form (editing and adding effects) using VideoPad Video Editor. When you process it you can use any encoder you like, since the computer will have plenty of time to encode the video. I typically use the Indeo Video 5 encoder to re-encode on VideoPad. It takes a while for the computer to finish but the results are pretty good.

If you want to re-encode to a specific file format, like .wmv, then you will have to use the only encoders available for that format which are the Windows Media Video 8 or 9. The good news is that you can capture your raw video in the .avi format with Microsoft Video 1, and then re-encode it during production to .wmv with Windows Media Video 8 or 9.

Hope that helped a little.