HD Camera + Final Cut Pro 6 + Powermac G5 beginners question!
Frage von colin93: Januar 2011
I know as yet not really good with DV editing / processing. I got a camera but now and have a Powermac G5 running Final Cut Studio on the 6th Now I was about to try around a bit synonymous trainings already a DVD for Final Cut Pro was worried, but I'm not at first to try the following reason.
When I open Final Cut Pro I have the right settings for my camera set s.dieser point I do not know exactly what I have set I am supposed to have just set something with 1080/50i what actually would have fit my camera.
But if I drag a video and import to the timeline, it can be as good as not playing, because the video extremely jerky. I have been synonymous googled and looked around me here in the forum and have come up with the idea that video rendering but that would take a 5-minute video apparently 4 hours.
Now my question is what can I do? Do I have to accept this absolutely insane s.Ende render times or is it just a setting thing?
I hope you can help me. Here are some useful information:
Camera: Samsung SC-H200 Camera recording options: 1080/50i (for my current video used), 720p and 480p. It will give the video as a mp4 file. Software: Final Cut Pro 6 (Academic)
if you want to know anything else let us know.
Best regards, Colin
Antwort von EThie:
I wonder that because anything goes. AVCHD (H.264) is supported according to Apple only of Intel-based Macs. need for the G5 PowerPC with IBM therefore a secondary program of the AVCHD format to convert only in ProRes. There is something I know even as freeware. Perhaps one of the experts know such a program?
Greetings E. Thiel.
Antwort von pailes:
ProRes my knowledge there is not PowerPC. With AIC can possibly still do something and you can convert AVCHD synonymous with 3rd-party tools, but that takes a whole lot of computing power and then takes correspondingly long.