I was hoping someone could help me.
I have a Sony camcorder shooting on 1080 at 29fps. I transfered video to my PC direct to Corel VideoStudio X3 for editing. I outputted the file as 'AVCHD' (an mpeg that came to about 11 Gb), but the file on my HDD connected to my Buffalo LTV100 Streamer and brand new Panasonic 60in HDTV. I also tried exporting as 'Bluray 1080 video file' (also an MPEG) with the results stated below.
The video plays great for a while, then gets unaccountably choppy (the audio is fine, the frame rate just dies and its a chunky mess on screen, unwatchable).
I don't have a BluRay player or Bluray burner on my PC, so I bough this buffalo 1080p-capable streamer.
I tried exporting video from corel as HD MP4, it fails. Also tried exporting as WMV, fails. And the program crashes when I try to burn the file as a regular DVD (not HD). That said, the MPEg files seem intact and OK.
Does anyone know why the movies works OK for 30 mins then starts getting choppy?
Do you think it might be because the Buffalo Media Player is connected to the HDD via USB, and it can't support high transfer rates?
I am lost and disillusioned with technology. This is all so complex and there are so many variables and you need a goddamn degree in astrophysics to get HDTV to work.
Any help greatly appreciated.
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Mysterious Choppy 1080 Video From Camcorder
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