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Final Cut Express HD 3.5 und Final Cut Studio 5.1- Unterschiede?

Final Cut Express HD 3.5 and Final Cut Studio 5.1-differences?



Frage von Mischek:
August 2008

Hello,

knows someone from the state, where the precise differences between the two programs can see? On the Apple site, I found nothing ...

Vielen Dank schon mal!



Antwort von Isekram:

The biggest difference lies in the possible movie formats.

While Final Cut Pro almost any video format can edit it in FCE just DV!

There are still a few other minor differences for the Beginners should not be relevant.



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"Isekram" wrote:
... just goes to FCE DV ...

That is why the program is so synonymous "HD" ;-) This assertion is - said with all due respect - nonsense, because FCE is not just limited to DV. A detailed list of differences to Final Cut Pro, I have at the moment, however, is not synonymous parat.

Gruß Bernd E.








Antwort von Mischek:

What I've ever rausgefunden:

- FCE HD, the recording when capturing into separate clips on the time code information is lost. This is probably in a different Final Cut Pro

- Final Cut Pro can fxscript plugins support. FCE only fxplug format.

What do you still?



Antwort von Isekram:

"Bernd E." wrote:
"Isekram" wrote:
... just goes to FCE DV ...

That is why the program is so synonymous "HD" ;-) This assertion is - said with all due respect - nonsense, because FCE is not just limited to DV. A detailed list of differences to Final Cut Pro, I have at the moment, however, is not synonymous parat.

Gruß Bernd E.

Yes, you have quite clearly.

BUT: Dau've even forgotten what .....

FCE 3.5 can: DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO
But unfortunately all this DV format! Therefore, it is already correct to say FCE3.5 can only DV. These formats are not all on the same tape.



Antwort von Isekram:

"Mischek" wrote:
What I've ever rausgefunden:

- FCE HD, the recording when capturing into separate clips on the time code information is lost. This is probably in a different Final Cut Pro

What do you still?


That is nonsense. Sowas only makes iMovie.
If the Beginners quite helpful. Since the individual scenes as clips appear.

I also have something gegooglt:

Differences between iMovie, Final Cut Express and Final Cut Pro

The differences between the various versions are not huge, but for some users quite important. Here are the differences between the 3 programs.

Formats
iMovie: MPEG-4, iSight, DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO
Final Cut Express: DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO
Final Cut Pro: DV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVC PRO 50,
8-/10-Bit uncompressed HD / SD, 24-fps-Support
As you can see even supports more formats than iMovie Final Cut Express. It is MPEG-4, which is used of digicams and direct recording with the iSight. Final Cut Pro supports the standard formats synonymous Pro format.

I nput and Output Options
iMovie: Full-screen mode on a
Final Cut Express: Fullscreen with multiple monitors, Photoshop Import
Final Cut Pro: Full (multiple monitors),

Photoshop, EDLs, RSS-422, RS-232 control, edit to tape, frame accurate Insertschnitt on tape, Batch Capture
Final Cut Express and Pro synonymous have the ability to film in full screen on another monitor output. This can be optimally used multiple monitors. In addition, Final Cut Pro and more precise cutting tools and options.

Editing
iMovie: 1 Video Track
Final Cut Express: 99 video tracks, After Effects plug-ins, real-time effects, keyframe (only with motion parameters), LiveType
Final Cut Pro: 99 tracks, a dual-output (24 tracks with extra hardware), software Miyer with Keyframes

Final Cut Pro has only the strength of the keyframes, everywhere and with all can be used. In Final Cut Studio will be synonymous übrigends supplied tools such as color, thus editing is easier and more accurate take of it.

In the field of image correction is to be noted that Final Cut Express 2-way color correction features and Final Cut Pro 3-way color correction with the oscilloscope.

Audio
iMovie: 3 tracks, a dual-output
Final Cut Express: 99 tracks, a dual-output, software mixer with Keyframes
Final Cut Pro: 99 tracks, a dual-output (24 tracks with extra hardware), software mixer with Keyframes
In Final Cut Pro, you should still explain that tools like Soundtrack Pro will be supplied.
The software mixer with keyframes is also a good tool for changing the volume of background music, for example, while the film runs. Learn more about this in other parts.

Conclusion:
If you look at the differences so committed, then, that Final Cut Pro perfectly s.die only Prouser directed. Each with iMovie quite satisfied, can easily be extended to Final Cut Express switch. One should mention that Final Cut Pro in the studio is available and many other applications to get.



Antwort von PowerMac:

"Isekram" wrote:
(...) FCE 3.5 can: DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO
But unfortunately all this DV format! Therefore, it is already correct to say FCE3.5 can only DV. These formats are not all on the same tape.


No, no and no again. It is not correct. HDV is not DV. Not in the approach. HDV is its own video format, which is based on hard drive, memory cards, optical discs, MiniDV tapes, but synonymous to large DV cassettes can be stored. You confuse the video format and the Speicherart (you mean MiniDV cassettes). But not even the recording medium is the same. HDV and DV store only partly to the same media. "DV format," but refers to the video format is "DV" and not to the storage media.



Antwort von Isekram:

You've synonymous right again ..

I have expressed above wrong, FCE, only the format of the standard DV editing. This includes the different format called DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO



Antwort von Alan Smithee:

"Isekram" wrote:
"Mischek" wrote:
What I've ever rausgefunden:

- FCE HD, the recording when capturing into separate clips on the time code information is lost. This is probably in a different Final Cut Pro

What do you still?


That is nonsense. Sowas only makes iMovie.

No!
It is like it Mischek described.
In FCE 3.5 will be recorded in the HDV capture individual clips in the Apple Intermediate Codec changed, the time code is lost!



Antwort von PowerMac:

"Isekram" wrote:
You've synonymous right again ..

I have expressed above wrong, FCE, only the format of the standard DV editing. This includes the different format called DV, HDV, 16:9 DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO


HDV does not belong to the "DV - Standard."




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