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Using mpg2 in Avid or Final Cut Pro with audio intact

Have you ever tried to convert an mpg2 file into Avid Xpress or Final Cut Pro and discover that the audio doesn't carry over?

Fortunately, I found an excellent tool on the web for pre-processing videos. The application is called MPEG Streamclip and the software is freeware that is available from Squared 5. You can download MPEG Streamclip at http://www.squared5.com/ The software is a High-quality conveter for MPEG files, QuickTime and transport streams compatible with the new iPod.

Here's what I like about the software. You can use MPEG streamclip to open most formats and then convert to QuickTime, AVI, DV, MPEG2, MPEG4, H.264 files. If you work with multimedia you have got to get this tool. It really cool! You can de-interlace content, make adjustments to volume, contrast, brightness, and saturation.

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The application also has the ability to crop and trim videos and export still frames from video clips. I expect MPEG Streamclip to be one of my favorite tools.

Download MPEG Streamclip and test its capabilities

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Converting Videos to the MPEG2 format using a Mac was the previous entry in this blog.

Quick Way To Change Clip Speed is the next entry in this blog.

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