CS6 Video Editing talking issues

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Joe Laut, May 27, 2012.

  1. Joe Laut

    Joe Laut Guest

    CS6 Video Editing talking issues

    For me CS6 was installed and run with no problems on a fast desk computer
    with lots of memory - just as all the previous versions did.
    Unless you are pre-occupied with your Masks and Blending Modes perhaps you
    have opinions on CS6 Video editing and issues in CS6 such as:

    CS6 gets confused about dates and times on video files.

    Unable to open (some of) my old video files in spite of the fact that they
    do open in three (3) other (NON- Adobe) applications. So one has to
    either open and save in one of those before using CS6. Others have the
    same problem.

    There is no CS6 user manual yet. I'm told it can not be done until the
    program is done.

    Who knows what a .m4v file is?

    Can you recover from frame animation etc.?

    Video editing is an undocumented and sluggish part of CS6 with lots of
    room for upgrades.

    I dare you to 'discover' how and where to save your edited video file in
    CS6. (Hint - it can be done.)

    j
     
    Joe Laut, May 27, 2012
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    Savageduck Guest

    Information is just a search away!:
    < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M4V >
     
    Savageduck, May 27, 2012
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  3. Joe Laut

    Joe Laut Guest

    We all know that but what does this apple format have to do with a PC in
    this context - period.
     
    Joe Laut, May 27, 2012
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    Savageduck Guest

    Apparently, judging from your question you didn't know what an .m4v
    was. Otherwise why ask?
    You never brought up the fact that you lived in a "PeeCee" World in
    your question. You made an assumption that everybody here understands
    that you are a "PeeCee" user.

    Even then .m4v is a useful file format for use on mobile iOS devices as
    well as distribution via iTunes.
    Some "PeeCee" users own, and use iOS devices.

    I use "Handbrake" on my Mac to convert videos/DVDs to .mv4 for use on
    iPhone and/or iPad.
     
    Savageduck, May 27, 2012
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