I'm just s.suchen for a solution to the Panasonic HVX200 DVCPRO HD files in Vegas 6 to edit them. Findings so far: Sonyscheint (as so often, thanks Sony!) The compatibility of the Vegas Block "enemy picture" in order to protect their own HDV format. Avid has released an open source codec (http://www.avid.com/forms/DNxHDinfo.asp) which one probably can compile itself, but unfortunately makes me not really synonymous next. Does anybody know a solution or there is news about Vegas 6 / HVX200 / DVCPRO HD? Is there mögicherweise a "normal" codec for directX that you just like DivX, etc. installed once and can then be used with all Windows applications? I unfortunately have found nothing.
PS: Keep Going Sony, always treat the customer as a powerful enemies - you buy from out of principle I have nchts more.
Antwort von deepcode:
oh soprry, @ admin - please move posting in the correct forum, located incorrectly fitted out habs - s.besten forum to NLE or panasonic. Thank you! :)
Antwort von wolfgang:
The matter was discussed some time ago in the Sony Vegas forum, and is currently running there again to a heated discussion.
According Sonyist of it so that you stop one DVCPRO HD codec needed, and then the material in Vegas is quite usable. However, Vegas brings synonymous with the current version 6c not own, with such a codec.
The MainConcept codec is likely, however, worked in Vegas, at least that was reported here: http://www.sonymediasoftware.com/forums/ShowMessage.asp?ForumID=4&MessageID=385892
Antwort von Markus:
... please push the posting in the correct forum, located incorrectly habs from bear ...
Done. I think the heading "Sony Vegas Video" could fit quite well, since it primarily has to do the video editing software. ;-)
Antwort von deepcode:
Sony now seems but according to some vague Forums - News DVCProHD support for bidding. Anything else new on the HVX: It rumbles that are synonymous in Europe 24p support, but without sound. Allegedly because of some oscillator - problems .. oh well .. But it could still be alive.
Antwort von Streifenschneider:
So correct me if I am wrong: as long as you do not 1080p recording, you can edit the material very well in Avid, and this even native (there's a thread in the synonymous Avidforum http://www.avid.com/exchange/forums/7889/ShowPost.aspx).
Complicated, it's only at 1080p, which should surely have synonymous strategic reasons - Avid intends to eventually sell the synonymous great systems, but wait times if there was maybe something else happened. Apparently it may be in the highest Resolutionauch no color correction to make more. Have you ever looked at Canopus? Have their codec not developed together with Panasonic?
Otherwise, we should perhaps wait and see yet is what the final specifications HVX 200 for now to have. Until now, much is just speculation and the appearance date will be permanently moved. The first example of recordings in the HVX forum may look pretty good, but I really do not trust the whole, not (the P2 cards were not an issue for me anyway, and what 'is going to cost ne external disk solution that is synonymous not yet clear).