Monthly Archives: March 2014

Converting ProRes to MPEG 4 with Handbrake

When you order an editable file from Alive Studios, we will send you a Quicktime ProRes file. We choose this file type because it is excellent quality, contains a huge amount of data for editing, and has relatively reasonable file sizes. If you choose editing software that doesn’t directly import .mov files, then you will […]

Editing ProRes video in Movie Maker

  “If I order a ProRes version of my transfer, will it work in Movie Maker?” Answer: yes (if you follow this simple guide) If you order an editable version of your film from Alive Studios, we will give you Quicktime ProRes files. (.mov) These might play automatically on your Windows PC, or not, depending […]