when transferring video

tas9195 wrote on 5/17/2008, 5:06 AM
Is there a way to capture video without it automatically creating splits. Basically where I can split the video where I would like to after it is captured, or is the a way I can splice 2 pieces together. The reason I ask is if I want to do a color correction I have to repeat that over and over exactly the same for each section that it split and my video is about 45 minutes long. It is inside a church and I want to make it not so dark.


jetdv wrote on 5/17/2008, 5:27 AM
Turn OFF scene detection and you should get one great big file.
xberk wrote on 5/17/2008, 8:04 AM
Color correction can be done for an entire track of video regardless of the number of video events on that track. Do you have Spot's book? Beats reading the Vegas help.

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tas9195 wrote on 5/20/2008, 7:38 PM
No I don't have Spot's book, but it sounds like I should. Thanks for the info guys
tas9195 wrote on 5/31/2008, 12:22 PM
where do I find scene detection to turn it off
baysidebas wrote on 5/31/2008, 1:14 PM
In Sony VideoCapture App, under Options/Preferences/capture/capture preferences, it's the first checkbox.