Final Cut Express - Exortieren to MOV or MP4? What's faster?
Frage von soezkan: Mai 2010
I wonder what the format is faster (thus rendering time) Exporting from Final Cut Express can: MOV or MP4?
Thanks for tips!
Antwort von Axel:
Is like a double post. I answer only here once. You cut your movie at a specific codec in FCE, it is usually DV or Apple Intermediate Codec. All effects and any changes in the timeline to be played at a certain point (green or orange bar above the timeline), but that is only a preview, and not the final quality. If the movie is finished, you should aim with #% r (render all) render all: All clips that have been synonymous only one pixel changed, re-written (in the codec in the timeline) and of themselves are now the render files s.in . When you play the timeline, you have full quality and are sure that you see what you get. Now you have two options: The "Export as Quicktime movie is with the current settings as a self-contained movie": Unchanged material alternating with the render files copied to a new Mov (DV or AIC). That should go fairly quickly, it is so copied. Now you can pass a third party program such as synonymous Mov MpegStreamclip that you exported your mp4 slightly faster than Quicktime. That is all.
Antwort von soezkan:
Super thank you! I do that MPEGStreamclip I already have installed.
What do you mean the best quality for the exported MOV would be so To save it after the conversion with MPGEStreamclip, to burn the resulting MP4 file to a DVD: So, data rate, frames per second, etc.? Like for example if I know, I want quality in SD burn the video to DVD?
I use to iDVD. Probably not the most professional software and I I noticed that the quality is any worse if we MP4 used. MOVs are but perhaps more suited? I do I min halt because of the 64th Whether the idea with a high high-quality MOV and iDVD is possible at all?
Antwort von PowerMac:
It is better from the workflow to render only and then play off as Quicktime. It is faster to export directly. However, one has to play more in Final Cut Pro / FCE continues to render the first place.