s.sich a very simple looking question, I broke the head and leads me s.diesem day to you ... I have AVCHD data (mov, h264), which must be dealt with. Since I maintain the balance between PC and Mac in production must, the material will probably be ProRes, so it is usable on both machines. Now I wanted to go but so far, and work in s.PC among other sequences, as Quicktime is now not even 64bit. Now begins my dilemma.
I will "just make only" from the MOVs an image sequence. MPEG Streamclip crashes during the export of image sequences from more fields (not even really). VirtualDub want the data (despite MOV plugin) does not show (capture, he does), either ProRes or the h264. After Effects (CS3) is synonymous the stupid crash habit to want when I want to export image sequences. Quicktime Pro stops in the middle, "I / O error". The Adobe Media Encoder to it (in PNG, TGA synonymous with "I / O error"), but is super slow - almost 17 minutes at a clip 23 seconds. Is not a real issue, but that is hyperbole.
Now I am a little on the dry, and do not really know how to deal with it. Since I "have something more" material, the Media Encoder rather not as the software of choice. My OS is Windows 7 Professional, 64bit. Any ideas? : (
Antwort von AD Tom:
Could it be that your source material is interlaced and therefore makes the export difficulties? Should otherwise After FX CS3) go - so we have been frequently exported Einzelbidsequenzen (eg Kinoausbelichtung).
Antwort von tommyb:
VirtualDub + Avisynth + Quicktime Plugin
(Please all in 32 bit)
Antwort von Tuffy:
AD Hi Tom,
everything is progressive. It is indeed synonymous, but crashes. And would be faster than the Media Encoder? I test again.
I have drawn, of course, not the 32bit plugin into 64bit VDub Qt:) QT is not a 64bit, so I make the joke at all. Unfortunately, wants that, in the constellation (not AviSynth is installed, or even have the next purely in VDub?)
Antwort von tommyb:
No, you definitely need a 32 bit Avisynth and VirtualDub is a 32 bit (64 bits of which are synonymous versions).
The Avisynth plugin to import Quicktime You can find here: http://avisynth.org/warpenterprises/files/qtsource_25_dll_20060109.zip
If you then create an AVS file with eg:
[Code: 1: a2b03ee0f8] qtsource ("deinedatei.mkv) [/ code: 1: a2b03ee0f8] or was it (instead qtinput qtsource? try both times ...)
and this then drag and drop throws in VirtualDub, it will possibly be legible.