Using Make Movie Manager to Create a Video Template
Using Make Movie Manager to copy Video Properties
This is a very useful tool which allows you to create your own templates.

The proceedure is as follows.

1 / Select Tools-Make Movie Manager
2 / Select New
3 / Select your file Format, I have used Mpeg files (*.mpg)
4 / Give the template a unique name.
5 / Edit the settings in the Compression tab
6 / Edit the settings in the General tab
7 / The template properties can be viewed in the Properties Window

Creating a template from an existing video file can be useful.
Lets Assume you wish to re-code a file to a lower bit rate.
We create a template from an original video file.
Then change the bit rate by editing the template

This will create a new template containing the properties as the original.
with the exception of the bit rate.

1 / Select Tools-Make Movie Manager
2 / Select Add
3 / Give the template a name I have used one that identifies the template
4 / Browse your hard drive for a Video File
5 / The template properties can be viewed in the Properties Window

Follow these images to create a template
Follow these images to copy a template




Select Tools-Make Movie Manager



Select Tools-Make Movie Manager




Select New




Select Add




Select your file Format, I have used Mpeg files (*.mpg)
Give the template a unique name,
I have used one that identifies the template





Give the template a unique name
Browse your hard drive for a Video File.
Select the button adjacent to the File Path Window
Select OK






The video file used in the example above have the following properties

MPEG files
24 bits, 720 x 576, 25 fps
Lower Field First
(DVD-PAL), 16:9
Video data rate: 6000 kbps
Audio data rate: 256 kbps
Dolby Digital Audio, 48 KHz, 2/0(L,R)

These settings will produce a file up to 90 minutes.

See the link Bit Rates & File Sizes




Edit the settings in the Compression tab

Templates not saved to Video Studio.

Some users have experienced problems when creating the templates.
Open Make Movie Manager, look for your template, can you see it.
If the answer is no then read on.

The file MovieTem.Dat is the file that contains the updated templates.

This file has in some cases been flagged a 'Read Only


For XP You should find the file here:-
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Application Data\ Ulead Systems\Ulead VideoStudio
In the appropriate version folder.8,9 10,11

Select the file and right click.
Select properties then uncheck the 'Read Only' option

Open the Make Movie Manager and create your templates

With thanks to
Iceritchie
Aka Neil       Forum member




Edit the settings in the General tab




The template properties can be viewed in the Properties Window


MPEG files
24 bits, 720 x 576, 25 fps
Lower Field First
(DVD-PAL), 4:3
Video data rate: 4000 kbps
Audio data rate: 256 kbps
Dolby Digital Audio, 48 KHz, 2/0(L,R)

These settings will produce a file in excess of 120 minutes.
Click for addition info on Bit Rates & File Sizes


Templates not saved to Video Studio.


Some users have experienced problems when creating the templates.
Open Make Movie Manager and look for your template, can you see it.
If the answer is no then read on.

The file MovieTem.Dat is the file that contains the updated templates.

This file has in some cases been flagged a 'Read Only


For XP You can find the file here
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Application Data\ Ulead Systems\Ulead VideoStudio
In the appropriate version folder.8,9 10,11

Select the file and right click.
Select properties then uncheck the 'Read Only' option

Open the Make Movie Manager and create your templates

With thanks to
Iceritchie
Aka Neil       Forum member

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