Go Pro Hero Recording in 720p - but the format / container
Frage von holzbrettfahrer: August 2010
Dear Community, I have been a short time, Go Pro HD Cam and will go mad with the format / container with which the camera takes.
First of all: I have long been the Canon HV30 and the Canon XH A1. Always take in 1080i / 50i and am very satisfied with the "workflow" in Adobe Premiere / After Effects etc.
My problem is this: The HD Pro only takes in "on P". I filmed to date, only 720p with 60 fps. To work at all in Premiere so I can have the format / container until time of mp4 (H.264) to convert mov so I can edit it at all in Premiere. But no preference which Schnittfensterart (settings CS4 AVCHD, DVC PRO HD, HDV, blah blah) I choose will be displayed in the timeline always yellow and my quad core with 8 GB of Ram can barely fit represent the clips in real time.
And now if I still 1-2 Effects pure pull and a little editire renders Premiere hours for a 5-minute clip.
Is there an optimal setting for the H.264 mp4 files or do I really change everything and then nachrendern even forever?
I look forward to a reply!
Antwort von preisl:
Hello! I work for some time also with the GoPro Hero HD and have it set to 1080i. After I downloaded the clip, I open it in Edius 5th There, the clips are processed correctly. Although it is synonymous jerky when playing on the timeline, but after the render I get a perfect smooth, avi which I then further processes. How it works in Premiere, I can tell you, unfortunately not, but trying times with 1080i Greeting Lothar
Antwort von motiongroup:
Unfortunately they are not normal in Edius verabeitet by the QT gamma shift problem ...
Applies to all Schnittaps to use the QT Importer ..