I have a(nother) video editing emergency…
I want to add title screens to .avi files. The basic files are ~20Mb as they come out of my analysis software. Adding titles in either Windows Movie Maker or Pinacle Studio 9 squashes the x dimensions of the file, reduces the image quality and quadruples the file size (they must still be .avi files).
Virtualdub doesn’t seem to be set up for adding stills, and people have problems with the frame rate not matching according to various forums…is it possible to use VD?
Does anyone here use Reference Manager? Do you know how to tell it to make the in text citations non-superscript? Or how to download new reference format files?
What is the point in not buying bikes on ebay just because you are drunk and possibly judgement impaired, only to find that some other fucker has snaffled it up in the night, demonstrating that it was a bargain after all!
A while ago I copied loads of CDs onto my laptop. When I put the disc in it said something like ‘do you want to copy files from the disc’ and I said yes, put ‘em in this folder. And it was good.
Now, some time later and a different laptop …when I put music CD’s into the drive is doesn’t ask me if I want to copy it, I have to go to the specific drive. The track listing comes up as just track 01, 02 etc not the names, and they are all 1kb in size. They will play ok with Realplayer and Windows Mediaplayer.
If I c+p the files from the CD into a disc drive on the PC they will play, but only when the CD is in the drive.
I have tried several discs including v old ones so I don’t think it is copy protection.
Wrong default media player maybe?
What is the problem!?
I got a spare ticket for IamX on Thursday at the Ballroom £14. Anyone?
Pub beforehand? Quinns?
Now I’m no computer genius, but I think that the man from Dell who says that the (60% cheaper) AC power adaptors from ebay (for a laptop) are fakes (possible… likely?) and will almost certainly explode and destroy not only my house but many surrounding ones as well, might be telling porky pies?
I mean….AC power adaptors are not a cutting edge technology pioneered by Dell, which nobody else has quite mastered yet…are they?
Am I risking fiery death?