How to rip Blu-ray Chapters on Windows/Mac

So many titles and chapters are included on a standard Blu-ray disc as well as disc menu and credits, which takes a long time to either backup or convert a source Blu-ray. Is there any feasible way to rip only certain Blu-ray chapters to watch on portable devices, share with family members, upload to video sites, etc? Continue reading “How to rip Blu-ray Chapters on Windows/Mac”

Rip Blu-ray movies to Apple TV best video format

Acrok Blu-ray to Apple TV Converter, the professional blu-ray ripping tool, is good at ripping commercial Blu-ray movies to Apple TV supported file types, so as to help users watching their purchased Blu-ray movies on HDTV via Apple TV, Apple TV 2 and Apple TV 3. Continue reading “Rip Blu-ray movies to Apple TV best video format”

Can iMovie open Nikon 60p H.264 MOV video files natively

What to do if iMovie refused opening your Nikon J4 movies in MOV recording format? In this post, we are going to introduce a workaround to make iMovie work with Nikon 1 J4 footage by transcoding Nikon J4 MOV to Apple’s InterMediate Codec. Continue reading “Can iMovie open Nikon 60p H.264 MOV video files natively”

How to spy on Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is practically a little computer with internet access. With that power, it can be many things, a media player, an e-reader, mostly, an internet communicator. Handing kids such a feature-rich phones means handing them a bomb, well, a gadget with full access to the amazing and hazardous internet. Continue reading “How to spy on Samsung Galaxy Note 4?”

How to convert MXF to H.264 to open successfully in Premiere Pro?

If you are using a Canon XF100 camera or a Panasonic P2 camcorder with Premiere Pro 6.0 or its earlier versions of CS4, CS5, CS5.5, or even Premiere Elements, you may see the error “ERROR COMPILING MOVIE: UNKNOWN” coming up when exporting a movie composed of MXF clips, whether it’s to AVI, H.264, etc., Continue reading “How to convert MXF to H.264 to open successfully in Premiere Pro?”

Import and edit Olympus E-PL3 AVCHD files in FCP X

The Olympus E-PL3 allows you to record video with audio at 30 frames per second in HD (1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720) or SD (640 x 480) resolutions in either AVCHD or AVI formats. If you have import issues while loading E-PL3 AVCHD footage to FCP X for further editing, you will need to transcode E-PL3 AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422 for FCP X. Continue reading “Import and edit Olympus E-PL3 AVCHD files in FCP X”

Sony RX100 III FCP X-import edit RX100 III video on Mac

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III Digital Camera is capable of recording 1920 x 1080 60p videos in either the high-quality XAVC S format or AVCHD recording format.If you have import issues while loading RX100 III 60p AVCHD or XAVC S media to FCP X for further editing, we would recommend that you use third party converter utility to transcode Sony RX100 III 60p footage to ProRes, FCP X’s favorite editing codec in advance. Continue reading “Sony RX100 III FCP X-import edit RX100 III video on Mac”

Convert BPAV to ProRes MOV for FCP X on Mac

Want to re-link .MOV files in FCP X from BPAV files? This article provides you simple workflow to directly capture footage from BPAV folder structure and convert BPAV file to ProRes MOV for easily editing and re-linking in Final Cut Pro X. Continue reading “Convert BPAV to ProRes MOV for FCP X on Mac”

Download BBC Radio Streams as MP3/WAV

You listen online to BBC radio every day, and some of your favorite radio programmers are only available on limit time, so you want to download them to local hard disk drive for listening any time. Here is a decent BBC radio stream recording tool named Music Recorder may help you accomplish that. Continue reading “Download BBC Radio Streams as MP3/WAV”

Edit Sony NEX EA50UH AVCHD/MTS video in FCP X

The NEX-EA50UH is the first in a new series of affordable, entry-level large sensor NXCAM professional camcorders. Thanks to its E mount interchangeable lens system, Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, powerful imaging capabilities and flexible semi-shoulder design, the NEX EA50UH significantly expands creative freedom for Full HD video and 16.0 megapixel high-quality still photos shooting. Continue reading “Edit Sony NEX EA50UH AVCHD/MTS video in FCP X”