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  • VideoMach Documentation - Previewing the current picture
    Previewing the current picture As you move the video position slider the left preview panel displays the input picture while the right panel displays the output one after applying all video filters resizing cropping and rotation Bigger pictures are resized to fit so you can always see the entire picture To view the full size picture click on it To close the full size preview click on it Click File

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/preview_picture.php?self (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Create Preview Movie
    Movie Preview Create Preview Movie Instead of rendering the full size movie you can quickly render a small preview by choosing Preview Create Preview Movie The preview quality is not very high but it s enough to check if video

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/preview_creating.php?self (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Output Settings - Files
    the audio file Split output file if larger than Limits the maximum output file size If a file is larger than the limit it is automatically cut into smaller segments This is useful for backing up a large file to a set of CD DVD Blu Ray disks Standard AVI files have a limitation of 2 GB so this value is automatically set to 2 GB for AVI files Video File Full path and name of the output video file Type it in or use the Pick button to choose an existing one Audio File Full path and name of the output audio file but only if the audio goes to a separate file Load Preset This is a quick way to set the output video and audio codecs sizes formats and other parameters in just two clicks If the button is disabled that means you don t have any presets saved Organize Presets Opens a submenu with the following options Save Preset Creates a new preset that contains currently used output settings This includes the output mode file formats video and audio codecs picture size etc Use this command only after you already set all desired output settings Next

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/dlg_output_files.php (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Output Settings - Video
    recommended to use one of the standard frame rates 24 25 29 97 or 30 fps If you need to speed up or slow down your video use the Speed and Direction dialog When the input and output frame rates are not the same there are two primary ways of handling the situation Keep original duration Pictures will be dropped or duplicated to keep the output running time equal to input time Doesn t matter which frame rate you set at the output output duration will always be the same This is the default setting Keep original number of frames No frames will be dropped or duplicated automatically All the input frames are copied to the output and the duration of the clip is completely dependant on the output frame rate Color Depth Color depth determines how many colors can the image display Standard color depth is 24 bit which translates into millions of colors However some file formats and codecs don t support 24 bits For them you need to adjust the color depth to 16 bits or even 8 bits Custom If this is unchecked VideoMach automatically computes color parameters Check this box to manually adjust the color depth Reduce to Single Palette Only for 8 bit output If checked all the output images will have the same color palette required when writing to FLC Saving is done in two passes First pass computes optimal palette second pass remaps and writes the pictures to the output file If this option is unchecked each picture has it s own independently computed palette Grayscale Output is grayscale no colors This works faster than using the Grayscale video filter Dithering Only for 8 bit output Reducing millions of colors to only 256 colors significantly reduces the picture quality To make the

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/dlg_output_video.php (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Output Settings - Audio
    Select one of the standard audio quality presets Sample Rate The number of samples played each second Automatically selected according to the highest input value Also depends on the output file type Channels Choose between mono and stereo Automatically selected according to input values Depends on the output file type Resolution Number of bits per channel Automatically selected according by the highest input value Depends on the output file type

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/dlg_output_audio.php (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Output Settings
    This is where you specify the output file names and video audio parameters before saving the output Files Specify the output file s load presets define split size Video Choose video encoding picture size color depth frame rate Audio Choose audio format and codec Start Accept all changes and start saving to the output file Close Accept all changes but don t start saving to the output file Just close

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/dlg_output.php?self (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Playing the output file
    window location href redirect Cancel Products News Download Buy Contacts Playing the output file File Show Output Files Info After the output file is created a dialog will be displayed with output file information If you closed the dialog you

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/output_playing.php?self (2016-04-27)
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  • VideoMach Documentation - Adding video filters
    Buy Contacts Adding video filters VideoMach can apply various filters and functions to the output video such as Mirror Rotate Resize Crop Sharpen Oil Painting White Balance etc To apply a video filter click Video Filter Add The same function can be achieved using the first icon above the Video Filters list Filters can be applied to selected files or pictures only To apply a filter to two separate parts

    Original URL path: http://gromada.com/videomach/doc/optic_add.php?self (2016-04-27)
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