On Aug 19, 2006, at 2:49 PM, Jay T Sullivan wrote:
You're going to need to convert the files to Quicktime to
re-author them into a playable DVD - Convert the VOB files to
quicktime using Steamclip
My bad on this. It turns out the original source files have the blue
tint that I thought was being introduced by StreamClip. I originall
played the source files with VLC on my old CRT iMac which has a
screwed up CRT. The color is off on that CRT and it just so happens
that it causes the particular shade of blue that was showing up to
I didn't think about this issue until I tried playing the source
files on my Intel iMac using VLC and noticed they had the blue tint
already. That is when I put it all together and realized my error.
So StreamClip will do the job just fine, and I'm all set to patch
this portion of the video together with the 2nd half still on VHS.
Now to see if I can adjust the white balance on the clips to correct
some of that blue.
Thanks for the help!
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