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FXhome releases new video converter software: VideoWrap

Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 12:08pm

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Norwich, England, 7 September 2007 - FXhome today released VideoWrap, a new multi-format video converter for Windows PCs and Apple Macs. The new iPod nano, classic and touch are fully supported as are iPhones, mobile phones, YouTube, games consoles and more, with VideoWrap providing easy, convenient and high quality video converting for beginners and experts. Read more...
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 12:19pm

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So THAT is what the funky icon on the shirts was.

Awesome Team FXhome!

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For Tarn

EDIT: AND it's a UB for the Mac!!
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 12:21pm

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You sure its the same logo as on that t-shirt...?
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 12:36pm

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Wohoo, great to finally see it released! biggrin Can't wait to see people using it a lot more for their own films, it's truly an amazing piece of software!
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 12:40pm

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Please put any support questions/issues into the support forum so we can track them easily:

http://fxhome.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=40

Any support-related queries posted in this topic will be moved or deleted.

Thanks guys!

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Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 1:33pm

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A well needed piece of software for this and the worldwide online film communitys!
Great to see it finally released, congratulation guys! Great work as always smile
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 1:36pm

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A few comments from some of our beta testers, based on their experiences using VideoWrap:

"Say goodbye to 20 different bits of software - VideoWrap does it all and you simply can't get it wrong." Dave 'Xcession' Cranwell

"VideoWrap is video compression the way it should have always been: Simple." Andreas 'Waser' Petersen

"VideoWrap is the easiest route from final edit to having web-ready content I have ever taken." Matt 'Hybrid-Halo' Plummer

"By far the most easy-to-use and affordable video conversion tool I have ever used." Nils 'Redhawksrymmer' Croné
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 2:07pm

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Great! I'm getting this now I've tried out the demo a bit. This is indeed the simplist way to convert smile Congratulations on this and hoepfully I'll be the owner of one of the 500 smile

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Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 2:14pm

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We just wanted to say a quick thanks to SteveW, Global_Line_Productions and Jabooza for their help during the launch today. Thanks guys!
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 4:29pm

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Excellent news! This sounds very convenient, I'll have to put it on my list of things to buy once I'm not totally broke razz
...Wait, wasn't the mystery logo on the shirt orange?
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 6:49pm

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HOLY FRIK! Encoded 40 minutes at full resolution into flash in 18 minutes. Now thats what I'm talking about...
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 9:53pm

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Looks amazing guys!

I have to say, compression software seems a bit out of left-field from an effects-based software developer, but after some extensive use of EffectsLab lately and much marveling (literal marveling, my 11 -year-old brother wants his own copy of eLab now!) at how easy it is to use, I'm glad to hear that the compression software I'll (soon) be using is going to come from a company I trust that can ive me instant feedback and answers to my question.

One thing, though: does this encode .mov on h.264 framework like Quicktime Pro or Sorenson Squeeze? Among a lot of things, that's one of the things I need most at the moment. If not, great-quality FLV creation is still superb!

EDIT:

Wait, wait, wait, wait.

It's only 50 bucks? And it'll make me a gold user? And I can compress videos easily? And it'll allow me to post my own movie?

Sweet Jesus, I must have it!
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 10:08pm

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I realize the software is engineered for ease of use, new timers and the like, but I sorta miss not having advanced output options available...Or am I completely missing something?
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 10:21pm

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Tell us what you want and need in the VideoWrap forum and we'll do our best to add it in.
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 10:28pm

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FXHome Cinema accepts FLASH now?!?!!?!?!?!!?? Is this true?

It just gets better and better!

EDIT: Are settings changeable, though? When I VideoWrap a DV-AVI scene of mine, it's already 2mb for 10 seconds. I'd like to see a few options, just a few quality-wise. Maybe a slider? I dunno.

But hot damn, this encodes fast.

EDIT2:

Even though I can make perfectly fine webpages, I love how this can just instantly create them. I've literally made about eight 10-second preview videos just for the hell of it so far...
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 11:18pm

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Yes Yes Yes I can get those freaken huge files down to small ones easily... and I get to show my movies in the cinema, I'll buy it right after I get my gl2...
Posted: Fri, 7th Sep 2007, 11:18pm

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Any possibility of having wmv as an input? I have videos I did not make, but would like to convert them to put on my iPod...I'd definitely buy it just for that, but looks like I'm stuck with QT pro and the long process.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 12:02am

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Hmm, playing with the demo now, and the lack of customization is really not lighting me up.

EDIT:
One thing I read on here is that there is in fact no way to customize compression options such as the degree of compression/bitrate/etc.. That definitely needs to be added.

I just converted a 9 second DV AVI file into quicktime and it's 1.5 mbs... for only 9 seconds?

I hate to sound so negative here (I think this idea is fantastic), but I think you sacrificed too much customization for easy of use, whereas in other products the balance is perfect.

To show how much faith I have in you guys (and to take advantage of the discount!) I'm gonna buy this now, knowing that eventually you'll add some of these features that I'm no doubt alone in requesting.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 5:19am

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schwar wrote:

You sure its the same logo as on that t-shirt...?
You don't mean to say that there will be another program soon?
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 5:39am

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Digerati Media wrote:

schwar wrote:

You sure its the same logo as on that t-shirt...?
You don't mean to say that there will be another program soon?
Logo on the T-Shirt is orange, not purple. I'd guess theres something else, something bigger... coming soon. I have no idea what, but my hunch is we'll know soon and be using it before Christmas.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 5:44am

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Is VideoWrap one of those kind of things where its compression is intuitive, so if I have a really long video it compresses it to a lower bitrate than a shorter video? Is that why the ten second videos are fairly large?

Because I know I don't have the fastest fileserver, but a test I did took a considerable amount of time to load. This could be my server, but are the FXHome online videos compressed using VideoWrap? If so, under what format/settings?

Oh, and check out my SAH-WEET TEST!!!11!1one!1!!11!!!
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 6:09am

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Ah, definitely buying this not only to support my favorite software developers and community, but it looks fantastic. I know you guys provide the best customer service in the world and I know this will get even better as it develops. The flash ability is perfect for my new site's (WIP) film section. I'm a little short on cash though and I need to get some 35mm adapter parts, some car customization stuff, and Waser's DVD first. I'm applying for a job tomorrow, starting a businness, selling a film, and putting stuff on ebay in the near future. Just wanted to let you know that my wallet has a spot for VideoWrap in the next few weeks. smile
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 7:53am

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Great to hear these extra suggestions for the software and we'll be sure to add some in as soon as we can.

Now we have more people trying the software we can really start to experiment with new settings and see what you guys really want from the software!

Thanks for the kind remarks! biggrin
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 9:20am

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I don't mean to sound stupid here, but why does the Zune-specific format convert to .mp4 and not .wmv?

This means I'd have to re-encode to .wmv for the file to physically be able to transfer to my Zune. I know you guys aren't big about Zune or anything, and that's fine because it is a lesser-used device, but if I'm going to buy an encoding program (and converting for Zune would be reason #1 I'd buy it) then I'd sort of expect it to convert to the correct format.

I know someone already mentioned it, but any chance or .wmv encoding in the near future?

EDIT:

Quick little thing to change: on the USB memory stick options, the 10mb drive picture still says "256mb" on it.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 10:21am

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Quick question on pricing...

As a UK citizen my price is £29.99 but I can get it from the European store at 39.99 euros which is less than £27. Can I shop around like that or am I region coded? smile
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 4:36pm

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Oh my god, Fxhome is CRAZY!

I'd buy it if I had anything to compress.

I really need to start making movies again...

Now I'll just wait for WatchingPaintDryLab... Because I know you have something in store for us.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 6:05pm

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I think i'm gonna buy this one. It looks tight
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 8:44pm

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This looks great, but... it doesn't stream? I have to actually wait for the entire video to load? Um... it's a great idea and it's really fast, but I don't like to wait. And I'm sure many other people don't like to either.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 8:47pm

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ben3308:
Thanks for the heads up on that image mistake - ooops.

We will be looking in to the Zune some more now the software has been released. We could only find 1 beta tester who could get hold of a Zune and then it was only for a limited time. They got better results by preparing the footage for the default Zune conversion rather than doing it in VideoWrap.

As you have a Zune maybe you would be willing to do some beta testing with us to get it working better?

Super Cameraman:
Both FLV and QuickTime do play as they stream/download to your machine.

FLV has a 10 second buffer (has to load in at least 10 seconds of your movie before it plays) so in the case of the demo it loads the whole movie before it plays. With longer movies in the full version you can see the buffer working better.

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Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 8:50pm

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schwar, it's a stream?

I thought it was a progressive download, as in once it's loaded you can go back and play what has already loaded?

Am I just missing the distinction here? Still a really cool piece of software. I'v egot my friend who owes me money to go deposit cash in his bank account so both he and I can buy respective copies with his credit card.

We're all loving the easiness of the FLV encoding/premade player. It's awesome!
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 8:54pm

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I was guessing that by "stream" Super Cameraman meant that it didn't play it as it loaded it (which you are right in saying is actually a progressive download).

Either way, I was trying to express that it buffers about 10 seconds of the movie before it plays it and as this is the encoding limit of the demo it tend to mean the full movie.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 10:41pm

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The program is a UB? Sweeet! The entire thing, or just the behind the scenes encoding?

If its the entire program, how long until we finnally see some UB for the lab programs?

Thanks guys, I'll probably buy this eventually.
Posted: Sat, 8th Sep 2007, 11:19pm

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schwar wrote:

ben3308:
Thanks for the heads up on that image mistake - ooops.

We will be looking in to the Zune some more now the software has been released. We could only find 1 beta tester who could get hold of a Zune and then it was only for a limited time. They got better results by preparing the footage for the default Zune conversion rather than doing it in VideoWrap.

As you have a Zune maybe you would be willing to do some beta testing with us to get it working better?

Super Cameraman:
Both FLV and QuickTime do play as they stream/download to your machine.

FLV has a 10 second buffer (has to load in at least 10 seconds of your movie before it plays) so in the case of the demo it loads the whole movie before it plays. With longer movies in the full version you can see the buffer working better.
Oh! And since the demo is only 10 seconds, and all the videos I've seen using this are under 10 seconds, it loads the whole thing! Now I get it.

How come other websites can stream almost immediately? Is it because of the quality of the video? I noticed that streaming videos with VideoWrap(!) are way higher quality then any other streaming videos I've ever seen!

For 60 bucks, I think I'm getting this! (I just need a website first...)
Posted: Sun, 9th Sep 2007, 1:29am

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schwar wrote:

As you have a Zune maybe you would be willing to do some beta testing with us to get it working better?
If you think this would benefit you, then I'm more than happy to oblige.
Posted: Sun, 9th Sep 2007, 8:45am

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Thanks ben3308, it would be of great help.

We would also like anyone else with other devices which can play video to step forward and we'll see what we can do to add support for them.

I think some of the Blackberry range can play videos? Does anyone have one of those to hand?
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How about PocketPC? Those are actually really easy. Mine works best with 320x240 WMV videos. I think newer PocketPC's have 640x480 resolutions. I'd be happy to help with PocketPC videos.

EDIT: Hey, I just noticed, on the Flash Player, the pause button doesn't work. When you press pause, and then press play again, it goes back to the beginning... Is anyone else having this problem? I though it was just the things I was making with the demo, but the videos on the first post also have the problem.

EDIT2: I'd like to see some Nintendo DS videos! I know it's not the most common thing in the world, but please consider it. DS flash carts play dpg videos.
Posted: Sun, 9th Sep 2007, 5:09pm

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Technically progressive playback is a type of streaming. Although generally proper streaming is where you have a proper format and a streaming server so that you can switch to different bitrates according to the bandwidth of the viewer.

Its just one of the big disadvantages of using flash video over proper media formats. Although for many of us we don't have the opportunity to set up a proper streaming server.

Whether flv plays as it loads depends on the flash player but also on your browser. Seeking is down to the flash player itself but it is complicated to play progressively and seek so most of the flash players out there don't so it. It is possible though as you can see from youtube.

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I'm not talking about streaming, I'm saying that the pause button is messed up. Does that have anything to do with streaming? I would think a working pause button would be good so you can choose to let the video load all the way. Or just so you can pause.
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Super Cameraman wrote:

I'm not talking about streaming, I'm saying that the pause button is messed up. Does that have anything to do with streaming?
The way internet discussions work on forums, is that sometimes posts will refer to earlier posts and not just the one immediately beforehand. Therefore Kid was responding to the earlier discussion, not your post just prior to his.
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I'm going to have to get this before the year is out, finally something to simplify website video!
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schwar wrote:

Thanks ben3308, it would be of great help.

We would also like anyone else with other devices which can play video to step forward and we'll see what we can do to add support for them.

I think some of the Blackberry range can play videos? Does anyone have one of those to hand?
I have access to the blackberry, through my dad, also in our family we have several imates running windows media for mobiles.
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Sounds great! Where can I download?
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Are you serious? How do people even go about finding these things?
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It's like a zombie uprising with all these long dead threads!
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Weird. Do people maybe stumbled across it via google? Although Imps13 is a gold user so that seems unlikely.
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I wondered about that too- i sometimes delve into the archives to read some older posts but never ones from 3 or 4 years back. I suppose if they came across it on google and missed the date the post was made it might be an easy mistake to make. Still it is strange that there's been a few posts being dredged up in a short space of time.
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Imps13 wrote:

Sounds great! Where can I download?
lol - probably in a museum biggrin
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Sooo...where can I get this?
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Azulon'sAssassin wrote:

Sooo...where can I get this?

SketchWork wrote:

lol - probably in a museum biggrin
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Aculag wrote:

Azulon'sAssassin wrote:

Sooo...where can I get this?

SketchWork wrote:

lol - probably in a museum biggrin
Not to sound rude but...How about a real answer? wink
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IN A MUSEUM!!!!
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RodyPolis wrote:

IN A MUSEUM!!!!
Hmmm...I'm starting to consider the possibility of exploding in a horrible rage because of my very bad past couple of months and then people who try to be funny when the joke has been worn out. disgust
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Videowrap has been discontinued for some time now. That's the joke.
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It was a great product, but alas it is no longer for sale sad

Same goes for the great PowerPlug and MuzzlePlug which were fab plug-ins for After Effects.

They now sit with the likes of AlamDV in the FXhome museum and going by the excited folks at FXhome the Lab series may also be joining them when this new software "to beat all software" comes out this year biggrin
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Awesome..
Thank you for the info..

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