#1 By: Stephen, March 26th, 2017 03:53
Using latest X-mirage on latest OS X, got about 10 minutes of footage that only export half of it. And I do not want to send the trmulsrc files to the team, and want local solution. Help please. 2.11GB worth of source file only comes out to 100mb.
#2 By: Stephen, March 26th, 2017 07:23
Found temp solution -
open the trmulsrc package, find the clip in mirroring, open on quicktime, downscale to 720p. (you can't export in 1080p somehow) and after that, you can sync the Audio (caf file)
I was trying to mess with plist file but that didn't work.
The reason is related to the footage being rotated. I don't know why x-mirage can't fix this. can't believe I paid money for a program that can't even get the simplest thing right.
#3 By: Stephen, March 27th, 2017 00:25
New solution - you CAN export to 1080p if you use handbreak.
#4 By: coco, March 27th, 2017 02:02
Open the trmulsrc package, you could find Info.plist file. Open Info.plist file, you are able to change the start time, end time and total time. It is better to make a copy of this file before you change these data.
Then double click .trmulsrc, start export.
#5 By: Stephen, March 27th, 2017 03:52
Thanks for the reply. I did figured out and understood there are adjustable strings in the plist file.
But how on earth are you supposed to read and convert that 'time'? how do you calculate that?
#6 By: coco, March 27th, 2017 04:55
First, convert the time to seconds, then, multiply the number by 1000000.
The above example is a 25 seconds video.