I have a question about codecs of different editing programs:
I cut a movie s.AVID (; 420 25P DV), is now on the tape. Unfortunately I only have the opportunity to play off-s.einem FinalCut editing suite. This means I have the film now out of the AVID and reinkriegen in FinalCut, and the loss as possible.
One idea was to export the movie as an uncompressed Quicktime (;. Mov) from the AVID to and then import them into FinalCut too.
If I'm doing, render must FinalCut then again before I can play? If so, which codec would be optimal?
I know myself with Final Cut unfortunately not as well made and will try to avoid that the movie must be encoded several times ... hence the question.
Antwort von ed-media:
As FinalCut editor would take synonymous in all cases. Mov, on similar projects in our filings with colleagues in Munich have spent on the handover, we have the material as encoding a DV Pal. mov output. For as this Format is scheduled to land it on the tape so synonymous!