Final Cut Pro with iMovie wants new rendering captured files.
Frage von Erwin Moser: September 2007
My problem is that my whole DV tapes captured with iMovie 08, because I have a new file for each scene have wanted. If I have the resulting. Dv files in Final Cut Pro in a normal project import DV, Final Cut Pro to the audio track re-render, because the audio portion, according to Final Cut Pro with 32 bit float point was saved, but can not, because it is quite normal stereo , 48kHz, 16 bit sound is Can it be that iMovie Schmarrn one writes in the file headers or gecapturte files are incompatible with iMovie to Final Cut Pro?
Or knows of a good Mac capture tool that every scene on the tape into a new file writes s.besten with the date in the filename. The best would be something like the Scenalyzer only for the Mac.
It is as said to be quite normal PAL DV files.
I would be very grateful for tips.
Antwort von PowerMac:
You have it covered. Has always been so. Fortunately takes audio rendering is not long! The answer to your other question is DVHSCAP.