Clean out the forum on the lookout for useful AVCHD - Threads and hereby decide to tackle it this way, as synonymous a "What was your last movie - make thread" would not (to have 30 hours to read). You have the GH1 or other livestock, which the cute entfleucht AVCHD codec. As it integrates the material into your workflow? To answer my own question: I myself do not know yet nciht. I'm happy about experiences and how-to reports.
Antwort von Alikali:
As it integrates the material into your workflow?
To be honest: we were not. I'll wait until this shit is disappeared from the market and so long preferred to work with other things ... ;-)
Antwort von RickyMartini:
The "shit" has the great advantage of space savings! ;) As IT has come to the market in 1995, has the "shit" synonymous to edit a poor little pig - as the boxes were poorly slow! ^ ^
With Canopus Edius (NEO1 / 2 or 5.1x) and H.264 AVCHD 5DMII/7D is not a problem if you have the HQ codec. In PPro CS4 AVCHD natively is no problem if the box is bred into (s.besten a 4-cylinder with a high top speed and plenty of capacity).
Antwort von domain:
LOL AVCHD seems synonymous discreet reception spaces as a very transitory transitional format. However, the successor formats such as AVC-I, probably very soon play a significant role, especially if Sonysynonymous times would go along. Perhaps it could finally come again to a certain standard in video editing.
Antwort von deti:
People who are the "normal" AVCHD format described as "bullshit", surely have a profound knowledge of the matter. It is likely that in the professional field of Panasonic AVC-Intra format is used then a big shit. After all, here you have 50 or 100 Mbit / s and decoding on modern hardware makes the synonymous and neither fun as the "normal" AVCHD. Nevertheless, I would prefer any other AVC-Intra format. Just DVC Pro HD provides the same bandwidth), real bad (only 8bit, more artifacts. I would here allow the word "poo" to remain in the jargon of Alikali too ;-)
Antwort von Axel:
I myself did not create with AVCHD, but I think the workflow, the right to make thick mixture once supple, and here I mean an intermediate, at least as clever as for native editing with Edius. Save space? You just do it as if hard disks-Platz an unaffordable luxury (small
Antwort von RickyMartini:
/ S 100MBit with AVC-I, and neither are a problem, as the approximately 100 to 120Mbits / s at the Canopus HQ codec! ;) On the timeline it should go smoothly, almost as good as the good old, purely intra-coded, DV.