sound into quicktime..fps


    May 13 2007 | 6:21 pm
    Hi, I am running a video controlled by audio (like tut 28). I Will like to record the result with jit record. But I do not know how to record the audio into the quicktime aswell, so that it syncronizes. WIll I have to edit it on final cut (or any other video editor) to "join" audio and image? I need perfect sync between Image and audio.

    • May 13 2007 | 6:37 pm
      On 13 mai 07, at 20:21, [a/izarra] wrote:
      > Hi, I am running a video controlled by audio (like tut 28). I Will > like to record the result with jit record. But I do not know how to > record the audio into the quicktime aswell, so that it syncronizes. > WIll I have to edit it on final cut (or any other video editor) to > "join" audio and image?
      You can use jit.vcr to record video and audio simultaneously (jitter 1.5 or higher).
      ej
    • May 14 2007 | 12:19 am
      Thank you very much...it works perfect, except that it is not recording to the end. I goes white in image before the end (only show in playback)...the sound is ok. Even if I leave it to record much longer than what I want, it does not grab all the movie. I am basically using tutorial 28 plus jit.vcr 720X480. I am on intel OS 10.4.9 with quicktime 7.1.6 Saludos [a/i]
    • May 14 2007 | 2:13 am
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    • May 14 2007 | 6:24 pm
      Problem solved, thanks to you all.
      On May 14, 2007, at 8:55 AM, Jeremy Bernstein wrote:
      > Are you using the most recent jitter public beta? > > https://cycling74.com/download/jitter163b2.dmg > https://cycling74.com/download/jitter163b2.zip >>> >>>
    • May 16 2007 | 12:12 pm
      Hi. Once HDV videos have been rendered into quicktime, does jitter detects a difference other than the 16:9 proportions? Should this be a reason for pixeling? I am trying several tutorial patchers, where I subtitute the examples with my own videos, all done with an HDV camara and rendered to 720 x 480. They run at 29.96 so I put the metro at 33, and the jit.qt.movie to 720 480, and in some (many) cases there is pixeling, specially shown when I record them. I have the new beta jitter, latest max and Intel. thanks for your help ADina
    • May 16 2007 | 2:09 pm
      you have to handle aspect ratio changes yourself for output.
      jit.qt.movie has an @adapt 1 flag to auto-resize to the movie resolution, but, jitter does not prefer 16x9 or 4x3,
      :)
      On May 16, 2007, at 8:12 AM, [a/izarra] wrote:
      > Hi. Once HDV videos have been rendered into quicktime, does jitter > detects a difference other than the 16:9 proportions? Should this > be a reason for pixeling? > I am trying several tutorial patchers, where I subtitute the > examples with my own videos, all done with an HDV camara and > rendered to 720 x 480. They run at 29.96 so I put the metro at 33, > and the jit.qt.movie to 720 480, and in some (many) cases there is > pixeling, specially shown when I record them. > I have the new beta jitter, latest max and Intel. > thanks for your help > ADina
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