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Verschiedene FPS in FCP

Different FPS in Final Cut Pro



Frage von susy:
März 2011

Hello people.

I have 3 clips.
A. Dv clip in 768 x 576 pixels. 25 fps.
A Pro Res 422 1280x720p 29.97 fps.
A Pro Res 422 1280x720p 23.89 fps.

All I now want to edit in Final Cut Pro.
S.besten as I do that? Does that mean?



Antwort von Jott:

You have to make up for what some, probably s.besten 25p (everything is progressive?). The 23.89-p stuff with Cinema Tools to 25p upspeeden (without losses), the 29.97 stuff with Compressor (last long) or the service provider via hardware (costs properly) norm change. The DV-clip do not match the values that would be 720x576, but no preference - do you want to cut in HD? This will be a severe blow up

In general, the groats, no preference whether with Final Cut Pro or whatever. If you have a pain-free, easy to throw all times, as it is, in a ProRes timeline of your choice, then the incorrect frequency adapts makeshift live (by periodic image duplications and omissions, as appropriate). If the material has no moving camera, which is perhaps not much. Try it. Many's know no other way and are happy with it.



Antwort von Axel:

Clips or a bunch of clips?

Clean movements without jerking you had when you are converting two of the "clips" with Compressor and the "optical flow" option on the Image Control bar at the frame rate of the third: Time consuming. A small loss in picture quality's synonymous.

What I would try first: throw everything into a timeline. Then you see the same, how bad the judder fails (that would be the effect). Sometimes it is enough to perform at each clip, the frame rate conversion.





Antwort von susy:

Now I have all the clips in the timeline and the sequence settings I have 29.97 fps 720p 422nd Pro Res

And all I can view clips in the canvas smoothly ... Strange ...

PS: there are a total of 5 hours video



Antwort von Axel:

"Susy" wrote:
And all I can view clips in the canvas smoothly ... Strange ...


Export test times, three different clips in a row as "an independent film." Final Cut Pro attempts for the preview of the Seq once. different clips play just natively. It may be that you see the bucking after the export ...



Antwort von susy:

Sun I have it now stands as an independent film exports.
*** General Parameters ***
- Name: Sequence 1.mov
- Container: MOV - QuickTime
- Creation Date: 2011-03-03 21:19:19
- Size: 271.0 MiB
- Duration: 12:00:30
- Bit rate: 76.4 Mbps
- Encoding Library: Apple QuickTime
- Encoding Application: Undefined

*** Video Track Parameters ***
- Format: Apple ProRes 422
- Size: 265 MiB (98%)
- FourCC: APCN
- Track number (s): 0
- Bit rate: Max: Undefined
Average: 74.8 Mbps
Min: Undefined
- Frame rate (fps): Max: ---
Average: 29.970
Min: ---
- Bit rate mode: Variable
- Encoding profile: Undefined
- Resolution: Undefined
- Width (Pixel number): 1280
- Height (Pixel number): 720
- Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1:1
- Display aspect ratio: 16:9
- Chroma subsampling format: Undefined
- TV standard: Undefined
- Interlacing: Undefined
- Encoding Library: Undefined
- Additional Parameters: Bits / (Pixel * Frame) ratio: 2,709

*** Audio Track (s) Parameters ***
- Format: Uncompressed PCM
- Size: 5.45 MiB (2%)
- Fourcc: 0x1
- Number (s) and language (s): 2: English
- Details: 16-bit, little endian, signed linear PCM
- Profiles: Undefined
- Bit rate: 1536 Kbps
- Bit rate mode: Constant
- Resolution: 16 bits
- Rate: 48.0 KHz
- Channel (s): 2 (stereo)
- Position: Undefined
- Encoding Library: Undefined
- Additional Parameters: Not available


And I can see no stutter. Do you think that this things are faster or slower?



Antwort von Jott:

No. If you see no shocks, you're not critical, or the material is fairly static. If it so fits: problem nipped in the bud!



Antwort von susy:

So it really jerky at all.



Antwort von susy:

Sun I habs now I think-

So I have with the MPEG stream clip of. dv file the / the / extracted the audio to AIFF. I have the audio track in the timeline and delete the extracted AIFF file placed underneath. Sun at the beginning of all films is 1.30 hrs synchronously. but in the end everything is out of sync. and the AIFF file is 2.5 seconds shorter than the film.



Antwort von susy:

and why you think that it would jerk?




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