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Post #303036329 by Neo on Sunday 23rd of June 2019 08:58:01 AM

Thanks. Wise,

I've already got a great "extreme rock" track from our Motion Array account and it works well.

Edgy Extreme Rock

Code:
https://motionarray.com/stock-music/edgy-extreme-rock-50894

I'm going to leave the original rendition up on YT and render the second in this rock track, as it gives it a . "space aliens from the future, cyberpunkish" feel, which is also good.

Do me a small favor and wait until I upload the "second version" to YT. I think you might be surprised how good it is Smilie

Note to self: Special effects (first stage rendering) still has 25 minutes to go.... LOL . Make sure to check for typos CAREFULLY before rendering!!
 
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qtmodernizer(1) 					    BSD General Commands Manual 					   qtmodernizer(1)

NAME
qtmodernizer -- Tool to convert legacy movies to modern format with minimal changes. SYNOPSIS
qtmodernizer [options ...] pathToSource [pathToDestination] DESCRIPTION
qtmodernizer is a command line tool to examine a media file which may be in a legacy format or may contain legacy media tracks. In this case a legacy format is one which cannot be read directly by CoreMedia or AVFoundation frameworks. qtmodernizer examines all the tracks to determine if they are all in a form that can currently be played. If all tracks are playable and the format is readable, qtmodernizer does returns and does nothing. If any of the audio or video tracks are encoded with a codec that CoreMedia does not support, that track will be converted to a modern format, usually H.264 for video and AAC for audio (see --useprores for other choices). Command line options of qtmodernizer: -h | --help -p | --useprores If -p or --useprores is specified, qtmodernizer will use the ProRes video codec and LPCM audio codec instead of H.264 and AAC-LC. For video tracks it will produce AppleProRes422. For audio it will produce uncompressed output (lpcm). Tracks outher than audio or video are not re-encoded and will not be affected. Either AppleProRes422 may be chosen or the AppleProRes4444 option may be chosen but not both. -p4 | --useprores4444 If -p4 or --useprores4444 is specified, qtmodernizer will use the ProRes4444 video codec and LPCM audio codec instead of H.264 and AAC-LC. For video tracks it will produce AppleProRes4444. For audio it will produce uncompressed output (lpcm). Tracks outher than audio or video are not re-encoded and will not be affected. Either AppleProRes4444 may be chosen or the AppleProRes422 option may be chosen but not both. -r | --replace Normally qtmodernizer will not replace any existing files. If --replace is specified, a file already existing at the destination path will be replaced by the new output. qtmodernizer will not replace the file at original source path used in the command. -v | --verbose Normally qtmodernizer only displays important error or warning messages. Specifying --verbose causes other information about the modernization to be displayed on the command line. --infoonly implies --verbose. -i | --infoonly Causes qtmodernizer to display information about the tracks contained in the source file and what the modernization process would be for each track (if any) but does not actually produce an output file. EXAMPLES
qtmodernizer legacy_movie.mov modern_movie.mov Each legacy audio and video track would be re-encoded to a modern (H.264 or AAC) track with other tracks passed through. The resulting movie is saved as modern_movie.mov qtmodernizer -p legacy_movie.mov modern_movie.mov Legacy audio and video tracks would be re-encoded like in the above example but the resulting codecs would be ProRes for video and LPCM for audio qtmodernizer ~/Movies/legacy_movie.mov This command will create a modernized movie in the ~/Movies directory named "legacy_movie-modernized.mov" HISTORY
qtmodernizer command first appeared in Mac OS X 10.9. Mac OS X May 31, 2019 Mac OS X

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