I have a general question to convert / use of video recording formats. Since, however, relates to Premiere CS4, I post it here.
I have been using a Panasonic camcorder newest, the high-resolution AVCHD recording files. Although I possess a correspondingly powerful calculator, my older laptop comes with HD editing but no longer with. Since my movies but I would like to cut any of my s.potenziell Calculator (for example when I am on the way), I now plan to save at the same time, the Premiere project files on both computers, the AVCHD raw material but the MiniDV format and convert the cut on my less powerful laptop to use as the alternate. For the final issue I would then open the Project fastest on my calculator and use the AVCHD video, so I finally have a HD-video.
So far so good. However, I am staying has no encoder program that AVCHD in 16:9 into corresponding Pal DV -* avis converts. With SUPER does not match the aspect ratio and pre-rendering Premiere CS4 must avis for processing only, which is certainly not the intention. And in-house transformer of the Panasonic avis astronomically large and the image size will remain the same. The encoder is indeed synonymous meant more to overcome the limits of compatibility with Premiere. Is there a reliable encoder? Namely, think that my proposed way of working is so rare, and there should be for applications. Or should I cut in on my laptop to another might prefer the MiniDV format (eg * mov)?
Thank schonmal, Gruß, Matthias
Antwort von B.DeKid:
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