Recent Changes

Thursday, October 6

Friday, September 4

  1. page Instructions for Using Video Equipment edited ... Approximate File Sizes 10-Bit Uncompressed MPEG-2 (DVD MPEG-2(DVD quality) at 5.0 Mbp…
    ...
    Approximate File Sizes
    10-Bit Uncompressed
    MPEG-2
    (DVD
    MPEG-2(DVD quality)
    at 5.0 Mbps

    MPEG4/H.264 QuickTime*QuickTime
    at 2,000 kbps

    Flash (.swf)
    5 min.
    8.79 GB
    187.5 MB
    80917.61 MB
    20 MB
    15 min.
    26.37 GB
    562.5 MB
    240 MB2.69 GB
    60 MB
    30 min.
    52.75 GB
    1.1 GB
    480 MB5.38 GB
    120 MB
    60 min.
    105.5 GB
    2.2 GB
    960 MB10.75 GB
    240 MB
    120 min.
    211 GB
    4.39 GB
    1.921.51 GB
    480 MB
    Assumes bitrate of 2,000 kbit/sec.
    (view changes)
    6:23 pm
  2. page Instructions for Using Video Equipment edited ... 1.9 GB 480 MB ... bitrate of 128 2,000 kbit/sec. Calculate the storage required, using…
    ...
    1.9 GB
    480 MB
    ...
    bitrate of 1282,000 kbit/sec.
    Calculate the storage required, using the chart above or using this handy online tool (http://www.digitalrebellion.com/webapps/video_calc.html), and match to the appropriate storage device:
    Flash Drive = 250 MB – 16 GB (size varies)
    (view changes)
    6:14 pm
  3. page Instructions for Using Video Equipment edited ... 1.9 GB 480 MB ... bitrate of . 128 kbit/sec. Calculate the storage required, using the…
    ...
    1.9 GB
    480 MB
    ...
    bitrate of .128 kbit/sec.
    Calculate the storage required, using the chart above or using this handy online tool (http://www.digitalrebellion.com/webapps/video_calc.html), and match to the appropriate storage device:
    Flash Drive = 250 MB – 16 GB (size varies)
    (view changes)
    6:12 pm
  4. page Instructions for Using Video Equipment edited ... Make sure you have the appropriate media storage device with you for saving the new digital co…
    ...
    Make sure you have the appropriate media storage device with you for saving the new digital copy. Smaller video clips (0-10 minutes) may be put on flash drives (no bigger than 16 GB), while larger video files (more than 10 minutes in length) should be stored on an external hard drive or burned to a DVD-R. To estimate how much storage will be needed, use the following chart:
    Original Length of Video
    File SizeApproximate File Sizes
    10-Bit Uncompressed
    MPEG-2
    (DVD quality)
    MPEG4/MPEG4/H.264 QuickTime*
    MPEG4/ Windows Media*

    Flash Video (.swf, YouTube- ready)(.swf)
    5 min.
    8.79 GB
    187.5 MB
    80 MB
    20 MB
    15 min.
    26.37 GB
    562.5 MB
    240 MB
    60 MB
    30 min.
    52.75 GB
    1.1 GB
    480 MB
    120 MB
    60 min.
    105.5 GB
    2.2 GB
    960 MB
    240 MB
    120 min.
    211 GB
    4.39 GB
    1.9 GB
    480 MB
    Assumes bitrate of .
    (view changes)
    6:11 pm

Thursday, September 3

Tuesday, August 25

  1. page Instructions for Using Video Equipment edited Digitizing Video Using Final Cut Pro {IMG_3967.jpg} {IMG_3974.jpg} Digital Video Before You …

    Digitizing Video Using Final Cut Pro
    {IMG_3967.jpg}{IMG_3974.jpg} Digital Video
    Before You Begin:
    Identification
    (view changes)
    10:02 am
  2. file IMG_3974.jpg uploaded
    10:02 am
  3. page Instructions for Using Audio Equipment edited Digitizing Audio Using Pro Logic {IMG_3968.jpg} {IMG_3973.jpg} Digital Audio Before You Begi…

    Digitizing Audio Using Pro Logic
    {IMG_3968.jpg}{IMG_3973.jpg} Digital Audio
    Before You Begin:
    Identification
    (view changes)
    10:01 am
  4. file IMG_3973.jpg uploaded
    10:01 am

More