I was using a Lacie Rugged external and it went pear shaped. Molly Cutrone 5/24/12 @ 4:04 pm Hi Gary, I have compressed my Canon 60D 23.98fps footage to ProRes422 w/ MPEG Stream Clip. If I select MP4, I get the can't write movie file error message. Then you can put your things back on it and try the encode again.Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Transcoding 7D footage on MPEG Streamclipby Matthew Conrad on Apr 15, 2014 at http://thatcom.net/write-error/write-error-disk-full-unix.html
Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion It is buggy as all hell and will only transcode part of your clips, resulting in a mess and confusion and loss of data. You could experimient with the rest of the settings if you like but those are the primary ones. Please help me!
Also, do you know of any other good free transcoding software? Try using a better external hard drive. I copied two MP4 files to the desktop. Anyone have an idea what's happening here?
I have a question though. MP4 is a filetype from a specific codec. I'm using version 1.8 of MPEG Streamclip. If you're in a little bit of a rush, or you want to try out some different compression rates you may want to have it a little bit lower.
chuck 1/11/12 @ 4:35 pm hello gary. Simple interface and free. Most Liked Posts Eragon, Sep 7, 2007 Eragon macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 4, 2007 #1 I've recently started using MPEG Streamclip to convert my JVC Everio video from MOD to DV. Requirements This free software requires at least Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) and QuickTime 6.
Thanks for your help. I have a couple more clips to convert yet by days end and this is getting frustrating. You would use an editing tool for that -- like iMovie or Final Cut. Also I'm following this video but my videos are not being compressed.
Version changes (click to show) 1.9.3b8 compatible with Mountain Lion fixed compatibility with YouTube 1.9.3b7 fixed compatibility with YouTube 1.9.3b6 fixed compatibility with YouTube fixed drag & drop of DVDs in By checksum in forum Mac Replies: 10 Last Post: 17th Dec 2008, 00:38 mpeg streamclip quicktime alt problem By m_shel in forum Editing Replies: 2 Last Post: 12th Feb 2008, 00:14 You take a Codec filetype like mp4 or avi and you put it in the .mov barrel. Mr Anthony Cotton 10/31/11 @ 3:10 pm I am new to this.
I did try MPEG Streamclip, but it comes up with an error every time I try. his comment is here So, this will significantly cut a few more megabytes off by just having mono at half the kilobits per second and if it's just voice that might be fine. So think of a .mov like a barrel. If you have a Time Machine backup of your System folder, then open the /System/Library/QuickTime folder, enter Time Machine and go back in time until you see the QuickTimeMPEG2.component file; select
For MPEG-2 playback and conversion, you need the QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component. For MPEG-2 files you still need to install the QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component, which is not preinstalled in Lion and Mountain Lion. Video conversion is performed in the YUV color space; you can choose to scale video to any frame size using a professional 2D-FIR scaler (better than bicubic) but you can also this contact form Audio can be converted to uncompressed or to IMA, AAC, MP2 or AMR using the high-quality MP1/MP2/AC3/PCM built-in decoders of MPEG Streamclip; it is also kept in perfect sync with video
So I hope you like this look at compressing video with MPEG streamclip, till next time this is Gary with MacMost Now. Thanks for your help! Just use it to compress your video.
I no longer have my original DV file so I am convertng my MP4 to DV. DVXuser.com and Landmine Media, Inc.
Your options are: Encode to a different hard drive that is formatted something other than FAT32, if you're using mac that probably means "MAC OS EXTENDED". I need to convert them from mp4 into m4v and IBA is fussy about the m4v files it accepts. (FYI - Handbrake doesn't create m4v that IBA will accept.) I'm also MOV is a filetype which is a container. navigate here I no longer have my original DV file so I am convertng my MP4 to DV.
Version changes (click to show) 1.2.1b6 fixed compatibility with YouTube 1.2.1b5 fixed compatibility with YouTube 1.2.1b4 fixed compatibility with YouTube 1.2.1b3 fixed compatibility with YouTube and Dailymotion 1.2.1b2 once again, fixed Have you tried writing the file to the local drive just to see if it will work. I also tried to join two existing MP4 files with the desire to combine as a single MP4. Well you can use a free program called MPEG stream clip to compress the video even more than what it's compressed to when it comes out of iMovie.