Please do not complain like I've really been looking and found nothing in the forum, so my post here:
I cut a 20-minute film of material 1920x1080 with Final Cut Pro 6.0.5 ready. The AVCHD material I had previously with Voltaic in Apple ProRess 422 (HQ). Movs converted, now I want to again export to a "normal" DVD in the best possible quality and for the Internet, once synonymous in the best quality for download / streaming and once in an acceptable size, say max. 100 MB.
Many many thanks,
Greetings from Hungary,
Antwort von Jott:
"The AVCHD material I had previously with Voltaic in Apple ProRess 422 (HQ). Movs converted."
Take next time, simply "Log and Transfer" in Final Cut Pro, but Voltaic is madness. ProRes and not HQ.
DVD and Web: all use in Compressor, where just the presets.
Antwort von MikeMan:
thanks for the reply, but my Final Cut Pro (the Academic version) will simply not capturing avchd partout,'ve tried just about everything, so voltaic previously been the solution that has never left it.
I work with NEM MacBook Pro, export with Compressor takes almost NEN day comes (of course on the format) and the recent results were ... disappointing.
And what is it with deinterlacing, since I'm not always sure synonymous, and surprised that some output files without deinterlacing were clean but not others. And if deinterlacing, then better before rendering in Final Cut Pro or compressor irgednwo in the settings set the hook?
Antwort von Jott:
Remote diagnosis is impossible, but if you do everything right, it is quite fast. For Web look synonymous MPEG Streamclip to cost nothing, then export to mp4. Then change extension to flv, voila, the finest Flash video. De-interlacing check of course.
DVD: if you do not get along with the ProApps (no shame), first take time iDVD.
That the Academic version can not import AVCHD, I doubt very much. You make sure what's wrong, go to manual before that works at least ten times faster than the route over Voltaic, who was only in previous versions of Final Cut Pro 6 as an option.