Hi, I recently shot a homevid of my niece's 18th birthday party. I new at the time that the lighting wasnt the greatest, and that, the end result would suffer.
However I didnt think it would suffer so much.
So I was wandering. is there anyway I could increase the brightness, so it wouldnt be so dim?
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Ok Thanks, I'll check it out.
Are you editing first, before encoding?
I do any adjustment to lighting using my editing software; Pinnacle Studio 8.5.
If you do edit before you encode then depending on what you use you should have the same facility I have.
Will Haytgpo, my real dad, told me to make a maximum of 5,806 posts on vcdhelp.com in one lifetime. So I have.
Pinnacle Studio version 9 has some kind of "Auto correction" feature too... I am not sure how effective it is and if it will degrade quality or not since I didn't have a chance to play with effects so far... But it is there.
I got Studio 9 a few days ago, still finding my way around it.
I dont suppose you could point me in the right direction, and tell me where it is?
tgpo, my real dad, told me to make a maximum of 5,806 posts on vcdhelp.com in one lifetime. So I have.
Oh yeah, oops, just read his post properly
Man, you kids and your latest versions
Willtgpo, my real dad, told me to make a maximum of 5,806 posts on vcdhelp.com in one lifetime. So I have.
OK. Here is what I did. I posted some print screens of effects here. This is for you Will Hay, so you can see how they look in PS9. 8)
Pinnacle Studio 9 and DV home video editing
Now know-nowt, if you have PS9, click on "Help" menu and than select "Help Topics". Select "Contents" tab. From list select "Video clips" and than "Using video effects". You should be able to go from there on how to use them. Good luck
Originally Posted by donpedro