Final Cut Pro: DV -Start/Stop-Erkennung and OfflineRT
Frage von Tobias Franz: November 2006
I have on my old Apple Powerbook with FinalCut Pro 60 minutes DV material captured in the format OfflineRT. Now I wanted to with the "DV -Start/Stop-Erkennung" scenes in the car Subclips divide, but unfortunately does not work - instead, the error message "The selected clip does not refer to a film which can be analyzed." Final Cut Pro seems to be only "uncompressed" DV material to be analyzed. Even if I have to resort to an external hard drive would have my old calculator is overwhelmed with the data, a work very difficult. Is there a way with Final Cut Pro - OfflineRT despite synonymous - to me the work of the Subcliperstellens to simplify?
Thanks for an answer!
Antwort von Axel:
Salut Tobias, There are of course against "Logging and Capturing" against you with 60 minutes s.Stück so have decided to have two understandable reasons:
1. Speed. Direct recording is already capturing. While the tape is running, you can already view and is roughly synonymous time code notes. When you log in and record the whole thing will work in two steps.
2. Conservation of the player.
I suppose even with my older cam on, and use the direct recording only when it's urgent. Then I cut out of course, not offline. What I never invade would Cliptrennung by the start-stop analysis. That brings my opinion nothing more. Chronological Subclips appointed without Grips - nein danke. We are not in iMovie.
With a lump of 60 minutes, I scratch through the viewer and create Subclips a maximum of 3 minutes with - for me - more useful name, eg (scene) "1a, 1b, 1c, 2a", etc., so I disconnect the unwieldy chunks in logical, not necessarily chronological units. For this, I need - after the capture preview - at most 10 minutes. Then I work only with the Subclips. What do you think of this approach?
Antwort von Tobias Franz:
thank you for your answer! I guess times that our work is not sooo different! Work :-) just a little different: 1. Capture by direct recording (on the external hard drive as DV material) and simultaneously sifting of the material 2. Automatic creation of Subclips 3. Scratching of the source movie in the viewer (Subclips numbers are displayed), select and appoint the crucial scenes / Subclips.
The sequence of filmed scenes for me is about 95% in chronological order - that it makes me not much from that first synonymous correspondingly numbered.
For my problem I have now synonymous the (really obvious) solution: [1-3 as above] 4. Computer hardware (with the finished Subclips) with the Media Manager on the internal panel of the mobile computer as OfflineRT convert and save.
PS I am also stupid words, my calculator is not mobile with the data rate of DV material overwhelmed, but with the data size. It is simply not enough space on the internal hard drive for 60 minutes DV material ...