I just with the Canon HV30 a movie rotated and that has really worked out nicely. But the game with the depth of field, of course, excites me very much. Got it schonmal with a 35mm adapter tried but I was not so enthusiastic. So now I think about trying it with a video DSLR and of course I am very hellhörig in the details of the Canon 550D. :-)
But now my question: So far, video post-production for me not a big problem - HDV camcorder is connected via Firewire, capture, cut in Premiere Pro CS3, etc. But how the workflow looks like if I actually change to the EOS 550D? The differences in rotation are clear to me, but how is it in the post? Format conversion? If so, how? Liquid work? And very important: What about the dissolution and image quality in Comparison to HDV? For example, if you later even to the thought of imaging on 35mm?
Antwort von victor:
Hi, But such views in the community contributions under the headings canon 7d (and workflow and convert h.264). There are already some hints. For you, like the note: very fast and easily that does not work, you need to personally try out for you the best solution. Need not be able to conjure up only to have a healthy amount of patience. Is worth the wait ... good luck victor
Antwort von scrooge:
Thanks for the tip. Have there been reading a lot, especially in English forums, there can smoke one of the head .... Is there perhaps a book or online workshop of a good workflow described in more detail?
Synonymous left with the question of how it Resolutionaussieht with the picture quality /. In the pro and cons here on Slashcam is indeed indicated that DSLR images partly not even s.The resolution / quality of which touched camcorder videos. Is that so? I'm confused ...
Antwort von masterseb:
converted correctly you get with a canon 7d FullHD one image that you usually only with the 7 times s.kohle manage it. if properly umgang probably noticed. s.mac the post workflow is very easy. on windows a bit more complicated and may not be as high quality. MPEG Streamclip is a free tool (for win and mac) that you live the easy. in principle you only need that (if you're not high-end solution package, like a final cut studio, etc.). h264 compressed files you can play but can not handle real-time, however, must be placed prior to a mpeg2 codec. XDCAM and ProRes. I can tell you cinema5d.com highly recommended, as gibts a separate editing windows in department.
Antwort von bjelgorod:
So apparently synonymous H.264 Premiere CS3 can easily plug cut. So it is at least on Bruno's Page
cut and try to read, but not real-time play. that's the problem: you can not work as usual with material on the ground so strong compression. you had to leave or just render everything before umkonvertieren.