although I have read in the forum much, I'm not in the end came across the solution to my problem.
I have the following concerns: A customer gave me a DVD with several files in the H.264 format Mov. 1920x1080 16.7 million Film 23.98 fps Data rate 19 Mbit / s
When importing the MC 4.0 I have both formats 1080p/25 as synonymous with the codec 1080i/50 XDCAM HD 50Mbit / s is used. The problem is that the colors in Comparison to the original will appear very weak and burn the flares, more nanostructure show. (I've nocolor Correction made.) As an export setting I was using Sorensen Squeeze. Can anyone give a hint on what the difference could be due to the original?
Thanks in advance
Antwort von rush:
have you ever the way through Quicktime Pro tried?
Say - a mov of D7000 open in Quicktime Pro and then save again as egenständigen film .. this will take depending on the clip size for a moment to a few seconds. How things looked then after the import?
I do not work with the MC, can therefore say nothing about it ...
May take up here but occasionally discussed gamma shift problem. I have there is no link handy but look if you can find in what direction.
Antwort von dienstag_01:
In Avid MC can be selected in the Import Settings the color space (RGB or 601/709). Just try it.