HDV1080/50i and in DVCPRO25 Formatmix convert possible? Urgent!
Frage von GeorgeIsOn: April 2008
I have an urgent question and hope that as soon as possible I can help somebody else, because the time for me only very slightly, by turning it off this week and until then I must know what I do ... s.Besten
Over the next two weeks, I have a project to make documentary. The main part is expected to be rotated on a DVCPRO25, because they told me about our university television is available, and the cameraman, with which I will probably work so s.meisten experience.
However, it is possible that the two main days of turning even smaller actions s.weiteren days to come, but I know not whether I have to get a cameraman synonymous. Since I do but be happy for the contribution and would like to take itself somewhat synonymous Rotate experience, I would like to film themselves, and although s.liebsten with my own camera, a Canon HV20.
The notes, however, yes, above all in the format HDV1080/50i so synonymous 16:9. You can still synonymous even when recording to DV switch, but then, as I have heard the picture quality is not very good because they look like a simple 1 - CCD mini-DV filming. The filming DVCPRO25 SD and 4:3, you can switch to 16:9, but as far as I know this is not true, but then you get those same two bars above and below.
That one, on average (I work with Avid) HDV, already synonymous with the Eindigitalisieren, can convert to DV, I know, and about as synonymous as it is. But what do I do with the question of 4:3 and 16:9? If I were in the recording of the synonymous umwandele the HV20, then everything is so stretched, which looks very strange ...
Are there any other possibilities? If anything when I have to rotate to look out for? Or either with the DVCPRO but everything in 16:9, or the smaller pictures on the HV20, despite a poorer quality in DV and 4:3 twist?
There are still a small chance that I am synonymous with a 3 - CCD mini-DV could get, but it is not so great ... if everything else but somehow Murx there because I would be but once again very behind pinch.
For quick help, I would be really grateful!
Antwort von jdupre:
Sorry, this is now just so I can contribute better again, I was logged in but my computer has me in the last minute is probably miss out, so "guest" ...
Antwort von marwie:
Would it not technically possible, the first HDV1080/50i shots to 4:3 to curtail and then into the SD format? (by chance someone knows how to do that with Final Cut Pro could do had been synonymous of this problem).
Antwort von PowerMac:
I see here is not a problem to some extent. Any cheap software can read and HDV into a 4:3 picture in SD make.
And what is the problem with Final Cut Pro? HDV to restore the cut. Then in a SD 4:3 sequence chuck. Done.
Antwort von PowerMac:
Perhaps more generally. DV is old and shit. I would leave. If it no other way, then just filming in 16:9 and SD. In 16:9 to film, does not mean that it technically really is filming in 16:9. One can, for example, the viewfinders abkaschen, some with Gaffa.