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Are You Having Problems With The Pinnacle MPEG 2 Codec?

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MPEG-2, also known as MPEG2, is an audio and video codec standard published by the Moving Pictures group of experts. It is a codec used for digital video compression and DVD broadcasting. Media files encoded with the MPEG-2 codec usually have file extensions.

 

 

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I have a Pinnacle Media Center 300i that records MPEG files – I believe in MPEG-2 format from a DVB_T (digital TV) antenna. Pinnacle software reads them correctly, but no other software can see them. (Windows, realtime, etc.) This is a codec problem, what should I do?

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This FAQ section describes the most important import and export formats supported by Pinnacle Studio 16.

Import materials / disc formats

  • Webcam
  • Camcorders DV, HDV
  • Disc (DVD, Blu-Ray)
  • AVCHD, hard disk camcorder
  • image files

    • Bitmap files (.bmp)
    • GIF files (.gif)
    • JPEG files (.jpeg, jpg)
    • Brush files (.pcx)
    • Portable Network Graphics Files (.png)
    • Photoshop files (.psd)
    • Targa files (.tga)
    • TIFF files (.tif)
    • Windows Metafiles (.wmf)

    video files

    • AVI files (.avi)
    • MPEG-1/2 files (.mpg, .mpeg, .mod, .m1v, m2v, .mp2)
    • MPEG-4 files (.mp4)
    • AVCHD / HDV / M2T files (.m2t, .m2ts, .mts)
    • TOD files (.tod)
    • WMV files (.wmv)
    • MOV files (.mov)
    • 3GP files (.3gp, .3g2, .skm)
    • Digital Video File (.dv, .dvsd)
    • iTunes Video File (.m4v)
    • YUV files (.yuv, .2vuy)
    • ASF files (.asf)
    • Internal video files (.dif, .ts2)
    • File -containers Matroska (.mkv)
    • Other files (.dvd)
    • FlashVideo files (.flv)

    audio files

    • AC3 files (.ac3)
    • M4A Files (.m4a)
    • MP2 files (.mp2)
    • MP3 files (.mp3)
    • MPA files (.mpa)
    • Wave files (.wav)
    • WMA files (.wma)

    ExportExport to file

    • 3GPP
  • Audio (MP3 and WAV)
  • AVI
  • DivX
  • Flash video
  • Image (JPEG, TIFF, BMP, TGA)
  • iPod / iPhone (MPEG-4)
  • MOV video
  • MPEG-1
  • MPEG-2
  • MPEG-2 TS
  • MPEG-4
  • PSP (MPEG-4)
  • RealMedia
  • Windows Media
  • FlashVideo (.flv)
  • Export to disk

    • AVCHD
  • AVCHD2
  • Blu-ray Disc
  • DVD
  • Export to Internet

    • Box
  • Facebook
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube
  • Note. Avid Studio does not export to tape, VCD, or SVCD. The demand for this functionality is not what it used to be, and it was determined that export to these formats is not required.

     

     

    What is the highest quality video codec?

    Comparison of video codecs – size, quality and speed

    Codec size Description
    H264 (High 4: 4: 4 lossless) 217MB Lossless video codec Much less than YV12 or RGB24
    Xvid 52.9 MB Best codec for most users
    MPEG-1 38.8 MB Better compression ratio than Xvid
    Motion JPEG 420MB Best Codec for Video Editing Software

    How do I find the codec of an mp4?

    To find out which codec was used with a particular file, play the file in a player if possible. While playing the file, right-click the file in the library and select Properties. On the File tab, see the Audio Codec and Video Codec Sections. Use a third-party codec identification tool.