- Smart Converter Pro
- Music Converter Pro
- miDVD Pro
Submitted by justin on Sat, 10/05/2008 - 13:19
We have now released our first widely available BETA version of RevolverHD for Mac.
See the User Guide and FAQ for details of what RevolverHD now does.
This is the the first stage of development for RevolverHD, creating AVCHD movies which will play on a Playstation3. The next stage of development is to burn these AVCHD movies to a Blu-ray formatted DVD, which will play on any Blu-ray player.
Submitted by justin on Wed, 07/05/2008 - 20:49
VoltaicHD 1.2.4 includes the following improvements:
- full support for 1920x1080 resolution clips
- removal of the requirement to have Perian installed for Final Cut users
- removal of the iMovie/Final Cut preference setting
All of the changes in this release relate to our improved support for 'full HD' cameras and Final Cut.
Previously, VoltaicHD had been producing 1440x1080 clips from 1920x1080 sources. This was an oversight on our part which is now corrected.
The problem with 1920x1080 clips is that Final Cut Express doesn't natively support them. This means that they require rendering in the timeline before they can be displayed. This in turn makes the clips almost un-editable in Final Cut Express. Unfortunately Apple don't document this interesting feature of Final Cut Express. The problem is that Final Cut Express only supports the older HDV standard which is limited to 1440x1080. Here is a well written article providing more details on this situation.
To support our Final Cut Express users who have to work with 1920x1080 AVCHD clips and cameras, we've introduced a new preference setting called 'Restrict to 1440x1080'. Setting this preference will down-scale any 1920x1080 AVCHD clips to 1440x1080, making them editable in Final Cut Express.
For users who are determined to edit their 1920x1080 resolution clips, the good news is that iMovie08 and iMovieHD support full HD 1920x1080 editing.
In fixing the resolution settings in VoltaicHD we have also made some changes which mean that we no longer require Perian to be installed.
Finally, we have made some progress on the 2Gb file size limit. Newer machines with plenty of RAM should be able to convert clips up to 4Gb in size. 4Gb is the largest file produced so far by an AVCHD camera.
Submitted by philg on Tue, 08/04/2008 - 13:19
The latest VoltaicHD for PC (now at v2.0) has just been released which contains the following features :
* Fixes for 2GB limitations. Now VoltaicHD for PC can process files larger than 2GB
* Performace improvements in the conversion process
* Minor bug fixes
* Readiness for AVCHD certification
Submitted by philg on Tue, 01/04/2008 - 16:56
VoltaicHD now supports the brand new Sony SR11 and SR12 cameras in both PAL and NTSC modes.
Submitted by justin on Thu, 27/03/2008 - 10:37
VoltaicHD now supports the Sony SR11 and SR12 in both PAL and NTSC modes.
Submitted by justin on Mon, 17/03/2008 - 14:58
This version is a minor bug fix release for:
- an Activation problem affecting a small number of users
- Activation problems for users with non-ASCII characters in their name
- increased detail in the Voltaic log so that you don't need to give us extra details when emailing support