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© 2009

Elgato Systems LLC

900 Kearny Street • Suite 750

San Francisco, CA 94133

United States of America

Elgato Systems GmbH

Nymphenburgerstr. 14

80335 München

Germany

http://www.elgato.com

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Turbo.264 HD Manual

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    © 2009 Elgato Systems LLC 900 Kearny Street • Suite 750 San Francisco, CA 94133 United States of America Elgato Systems GmbH Nymphenburgerstr. 14 80335 München Germany http://www.elgato.com Revision 1.0 Turbo.264 HD Manual 1 ! Tu rb o. 26 4 H D M an ua l
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    Turbo.264 HD Features Instantly access your HD camcorder movies on a Mac Preview and move HD camcorder movies to your Mac or iPod in one fast and easy step. Turbo.264 HD automatically detects AVCHD camcorders. Convert all popular video formats Drag and drop
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    Welcome To Turbo.264 HD! Step One: Installing Turbo.264 HD Software 5 Step Two: Launching Turbo.264 HD for the First Time 5 Registering Turbo.264 HD Online 5 Where to get help 5 System Requirements 5 Turbo.264 HD Hardware What can Turbo.264 HD hardware do?
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    How do I automatically check for updates? 17 AVCHD Capture How can I use Turbo.264 HD to capture AVCHD? 18 How can I get other video from my camera? 18 How can I combine multiple AVCHD clips? 18 Application Support How do I use Turbo.264 HD with other applications?
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    Welcome To Turbo.264 HD! This guide shows you how to begin encoding video to the H.264 format on your Macintosh. It covers installing and configuring Turbo.264 HD software and includes instructions for using the most common features of Turbo.264 HD. Step
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    Turbo.264 HD Hardware What can Turbo.264 HD hardware do? Turbo.264 HD is a powerful hardware encoding device that quickly converts any video to the advanced H.264 (MPEG-4) format. Drag and drop any video file into the application and convert it to a high-quality
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    Turbo.264 HD Window How do I add a file to the Turbo.264 HD window? There are three ways to add a file to the Turbo.264 HD window: • Select Add Files from the File menu. • Press the " + " button at the bottom left corner of the Turbo.264 HD window.
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    At the top right corner of the Turbo.264 HD window there is a circular gauge. It will be red, and will point at "off", if the Turbo.264 HD hardware is not connected. It will be black, and will point at "on", if the Turbo.264 HD hardware is
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    Encoding Formats What types of video can Turbo.264 HD create? Turbo.264 can encode to the H.264 format, at various resolutions, up to full HD (1080p). What devices can use video from Turbo.264 HD? Many video playback devices can use H.264 video, including
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    How can I select an export format preset for a file? Add a file to the Turbo.264 window, and then choose an export format from the Format pop up menu. How do I export to an iPod? Add a file to the Turbo.264 window, and then choose an iPod export format from
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    Turbo.264 HD will not take a file with a smaller resolution, and scale it up to a larger resolution. For example, if you add a iPhone-sized file to Turbo.264 HD, and choose the 1080p export format, then the resulting file will not be 1080p - it will still
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    Custom Presets How can I make custom export format settings? Add a file to the Turbo.264 window, and then choose Edit... from the bottom of the Format pop up menu. A new sheet will appear, that offers many options that can be used to make custom export format
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    Custom - You can enter numbers to adjust the width ( w ) and height ( h ). Some numbers beyond the specifications of your selected profile may not be allowed. Aspect Ratio Automatic - Turbo.264 HD will select the best setting 4:3 - The aspect ratio will
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    What custom settings can I use for audio? There are a number of custom settings for audio. What follows is a brief description of each: Sample Rate Automatic - Turbo.264 HD will select the best setting 24.000 kHz to 48.000 kHz - You can select a specific
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    Editor What are the parts of the the editor? There are a number of items in the editor: Timeline: The horizontal bar represents the overall length of the recording. Light blue sections with red stripes mark the selected clips of video. Playhead: A large
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    How do I use the editor to select and remove content? 1) After you find your recording in the Turbo.264 HD window, click on the thumbnail picture to open the editor. 2) The editor will open, and there will be editing controls at the bottom of the window.
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    Preferences How can I choose where Turbo.264 HD will export to? In the Turbo.264 HD menu, select Preferences . You can Save encoded videos in: iTunes Movies Documents Desktop Source Folder Other... The Other... option will let you select the exact location
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    AVCHD Capture How can I use Turbo.264 HD to capture AVCHD? AVCHD cameras create one clip for each recording session. A full camera hard drive generally contains 10-100 source files. Turbo.264 HD features an Add Camcorder button in the main window that appears
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    the switch to the right will chain all of the clips together. When creating a single movie, the format preset popup can be adjusted by the topmost clip only. Turbo.264 HD Manual 19 ! AV CH D Ca pt ur e
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    Application Support How do I use Turbo.264 HD with other applications? When Turbo.264 HD is first launched, a special QuickTime component is installed on your Mac, in this location: Hard Drive/Library/QuickTime In general, all applications are free to use
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    Then, select your favorite preset (including Custom Presets) under the Use: menu. The Options... button will reveal the same custom settings window as in the Turbo.264 HD software. How does Turbo.264 HD work with QuickTime Player Pro? Open a movie using
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    AppleScript Many functions in Turbo.264 HD can be accessed using AppleScript. Dictionary The AppleScript Dictionary of Turbo.264 HD lists all available commands and parameters. To write scripts and browse the dictionary the application Script Editor is available
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    Export Format Details iPod Small Video: H.264 Baseline Profile (up to Level 1.3), 768 kbps max. 320x240 max., 30 fps max. Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128 Kbps, 48 kHz. Note: If the source movie is larger than 320x240 it will be scaled to fit within 320x240 preserving
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    Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 160 Kbps, 48 kHz Note: If the source movie is larger than 1280×720 it will be scaled to fit within 1280×720 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 1280×720 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30 fps and smaller.