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  1. Hi thanks for the reply Telephony I have tried that previously but that creates a ginormous file that requires conversion and doesnt import into Resolve. AVI wrapper is slowly becoming outdated anyway. But the main thing is I want to keep the compression native to the device (H264) so that there's no conversion necessary. The wrapper must be .mov. to keep my workflow streamlined. Isn't Debut Capture based from VirtualDub code? It's possible in VD, the drop down list for AAC bitrate includes 48k and mono options. I need 320kbps 48k mono (or stereo if I must). Basically the highest qua
  2. I just bought the pro version of Debut Capture thinking it would allow me to set the sampling frequency of audio recorded from my device to 48k when encoding to .mov with H264 compression. I'm a sound engineer and need it to be the industry standard 48k. I dont want it being captured at 44.1k which Debut seems to be forcing. 1. I know for sure that my audio device Roland Duo Capture Ex and my Webcam Logitech c920 are 48k capable because I have tested them in other software and checked the spec. 2. I know that H264 codec and the corresponding AAC component is capable of 48k. Yet in De
  3. Great thanks that did it. Rather than spending a lot of time closely cutting out the body/hair and mat I would prefer to use a green screen. So I just drew the trapesium shaped box shown above in my first image (where you see I was trying to get Effect Mask to work). That cleaned up the sides. Then I loaded a green screen effect to key out the rest. It was the FX order, the Mask Inside box (confusingly labeled) and the additional use of the transparency effect that I didnt get before. The only thing I'm not happy with now is the pixelation of the green screen edge. Wish there was a r
  4. I did try scale and crop but I need to just cut out the areas that are not transparent. I cant scale, zoom or crop because I need the space left and right of the matt for arms and legs. I guess I will have to make a separate image that corresponds to the areas I want to remove and use that as a mask. Not a very elegant workaround because there will be different framing for different episodes and Ill have to make an image for each and every one. A polygon mask cutout would be ideal. edit: Just reading Nationsolo's reply which came in as I posted
  5. Hi I cant seem to find a way to additionally cut out the sides of my screen screen stage. I have tried using the effects mask but this doesnt work. I read somewhere that NCH were adding a polygon mask feature in 2015 but it still doesnt seem to be implemented. Whats the ETA on this and can anyone advise me on how to do this? note that I wanted also to clean the bottom edge of the matt. Mainly because it seems the resolution of pixelation is quite noticeable. Can you increase the edge resolution of the green screen. BTW I have used an actual green screen in this shoot
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