Your Questions About High Resolution Picture Editor

Carol asks…

does a low resolution make a picture look worse than it would otherwise? because the online proofs of my pictu

it says that the online proofs are low resolution, and they look kind of messed up and it looks like I have a double chin in them. But I am really 5’7 and only weigh 125. And I certainly do NOT have a double chin. So I can’t figure out why they would look that bad. Even though we are not supposed to retain the proofs, I just held Ctrl+ print screen, and was able to save them to my system in this way, and used a photo editor to edit them. But even when I printed some of them out in the campus computer lab after editing them, they still looked wierd and unnatural. So I was just wondering if the low resolution is what is making the online proofs look so bad. I just want to know before I order any of the photos. If I were to order any of the photos and they were in normal, high quality resolution, would they still look that bad, or would they look better?

Timo answers:

The high resolution prints will look much clearer.. Not sure about the double chin part though. 🙂

Ruth asks…

What is the best video editor (free or inexpensive) for editing TV shows recorded in high definition on a PC?

I’ve recorded a bunch of TV shows with my TV tuner card (EVGA inDtube). Now I want to manually edit out all the commercials in my shows.

I tried to see if Windows Movie Maker would do the trick, but every time I open one of the video files, it gives me the error message:

“[filename] could not be imported. An interface has too many methods to fire events from”.

The recordings are stored as MPEGs, Layer 2.
Video codec: CyberLink Video/SP Decoder
Video resolution: 1920×1080 (interlaced)
Audio codec: CyberLink Audio Decoder
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1

According to Windows Media Player, these files do not have any media usage rights. I captured these videos over the air using the tuner card’s antenna.

***I want to retain the 1920×1080 HD resolution AND the 5.1 surround sound from these shows. I do not want these videos to downgrade to stereo sound or a lower picture resolution.***

Does anybody know of any program that is capable of doing this?

Responses are much appreciated.
If it makes any difference, these HD video files are huge. A 60-minute show recorded in 1080i takes up about 6GB of hard disk space.

Timo answers:

Hey Icyheat06,

trakAxPC will be able to do this for you. It will allow to edit (cut out the commercials) and merge all the videos together again and make into a full length video. It is also a multimedia editing suite allowing you to mix and edit any combination of audio, video and photos. You can also use mpegs and mp4.

Check it out here: http://www.trakax.com

Hope this helps

Chris asks…

Picture editor?

Hello there people, I am looking for a program that you could make the resolution and the pixels of a photo to be higher, something like is use in the police movies to see the details of a security video.

Timo answers:

Not sure if this will help, but here you go anyways

Michael asks…

How do I provide scanned pictures for yearbook with the best resolution?

I scanned 4 pictures on on an HP5610xi using 200dpi and arranged them into a png file in Fireworks. I emailed them to the yearbook editor and he asked that I resend using 200 bpi because he wants them higher quality. The layout will be 8.5 X 5.5 – and I made those adjustments in the Image Size of Fireworks. How can I increase the quality of the photos?

Timo answers:

You should be using a minimum 300 dpi. Don’t just scale up your current photos. You’ve gotta START at 300 dpi or higher.
Be sure you do any color adjustments in CMYK color mode instead of RGB.
And use a lossless format like .tif instead of lossy jpg, png, or gif.

…that’s the basics anyway. I could go on for hours.

Donald asks…

Sony Va10 or Mac Pro?

Main reason I would need a laptop……I want to be a videographer/film and film editor when I grow up …I need a laptop that will be perfect for film editing…I could carelss about playing games but I do need a laptop with very good picture quality …I got sony pro vegas 9 for christmas and I want to install it as soon as possible…. but I did limit my choices I want to get eitehr a sony va10/z or a mac or mac pro…….one of the best users in this section * mike C* gave me a lot of facts on different brand laptops……I do want the sony vai0 since he told me it has great duration and good picture quality but he also said its more for office use….. but the Mac pro sounds real good due to its high resolution ……..what do you think?…..
can I install sony pro vegas 9 to a Mac …I’m aware of finalcut pro is already installed into the MAC …but I don’t want my money to go to waste from buying the Sony vegas software
can I install sony pro vegas 9 to a Mac …I’m aware of finalcut pro is already installed into the MAC …but I don’t want my money to go to waste from buying the Sony vegas software

Timo answers:

Mac Pro has more functions for you since u are a videographer and since u dont play games.Just get a mac book pro…

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