Problems with Premiere different frame rates (, 50p, 25p and 30)
Frage von littlezora: November 2009
I have a huge problem ... worked for the first time with HD and now come in the post not on a green branch. Since I do not have their own camera, I borrowed for each rotation depending on the location and time a different camera, and did not think that any spit out a different format.
Here are the 3 Cams:
1 Canon HG20 (; Movie1.MTS) Type: MPEG movie Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Framerate: 25.00 (, ~ 50i?) Average data rate: 1.8 MB / sec
2 SonyXDCAM-EX (; Movie2.MP4) Type: XDCAM EX-Film Resolution: 1280 x 720 Framerate: 50,00 Average data rate: 4.4 MB / sec 3 Canon EOS D5 II (; Movie3.MOV) Type: QuickTime Movie Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Framerate: 30,00 Average data rate: 2.3 MB / sec
Unfortunately, I now realize, on average, at Premiere, the files themselves are not really compatible. Resolution for me would probably 1280x720. But if I rendere on all 50 frames to see movements in slow motion. What frame rate do I or should I convert the file? Can I convert the 50 movie in frame 25, or can be extrapolated to other somehow? How can I lose s.wenigsten quality?
I'm totally desperate, do not know whether it is even possible to combine these 3 cams together. Also, I get the quicktimes the Eos II D5 not clever imported into Premiere.
Does anyone next? Would be grateful for any reference to rescue the project.
Love Greetings Catherine
Antwort von Bruno Peter:
If you absolutely wilster Mix cabbage and turnips together:
What would happen if you put the different output video formats such as by First of VirtualDub (practice with the help of Google converts) or other Converter untereinanter compatible format? The freeware program Super converter you could also be very useful.
Now set in Premiere Pro is the perfect setting for this project and cut out with joy before thee.