I want 4 cameras (HDV) of a live concert cut. Since the time code on Clockits not running correctly, I have the traces of hand synchronously set. I have the clips of SonyEX-1 (XDKAM on chip) and converts the clips of SonyZ1 and FX1 imported. Because the EX1 is only 3.5 GB of clips on the chips writes, there are always 4 parts per track (together 60 min.). The Z1 has su to dropouts, so just about 3-6 clips per track (setting). The 4 clips are going well synchronously in the sequences.
Therefore Frage1 How can I have all the clips in track 1 with track 2-4 synchronously as Multiclip cut? The time code is wrong, as I said, these so I can not take as a reference. The beginnings (length) of the clips are different, so one can only s.Anfang on "in-point synchronized. (See Picture) Problem is that the dropouts around 1-2 Sec gaps left when applying. (2 tracks the upper, lower 2, EX-1, running uninterrupted)
Question 2 The Ex-1 clips are mov's with XDCAM EX 1050i50 The Z1 has mov's with HD (1440x1080) Running well in the sequences, only Multiclip will not FC draus make different video frame rates "... gibts da NEN trick?
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Antwort von PowerMac:
Abundance of empty spaces in the timeline at the beginning and s.Ende with an image generator, for my sake with a text by the name of the camera is. Then you set the In - and Out points to the beginning of the sequence and the end. Important: The end of the beginning and have all traces of the same, they must also be exactly the same length. Then you have deactivate each other exportierst tracks and each track individually and as a Quicktime export. It takes a little time, but shows little memory, because the source material used. Then you should have four files, all are of equal length. The you can back into Final Cut Pro and a Multiclip join. Now the vote synonymous timecode and you can "live" via Multicam cut. Anders, some via Subclips or so it goes from Final Cut Pro, unfortunately not. A major drawback!
Antwort von flopee:
Hello! Thanks for the quick tip, sounds plausible! So I come to export and re-load not purely around. But no preference, mainly Multiclip goes.
A question s.Rande still, "and exportierst each track individually and as a Quicktime export. It takes a little time, but shows little memory, because the source materials are used" That sounds s.wie a reference movie (similar to QT Pro). But is already an independent film, right? Because then he's already cost memory, when I have s 4 tracks of 1 hour. AND: As I XD Cam (35 Mb VBR) and HDV 1440i format used in the filming had to be everything XD Cam exported, or?
Thank you in advance and many times, Flo
Antwort von PowerMac:
No, actually takes Final Cut Pro only links to the original footage before. So no independent film. You really should log on a format with. Take s.besten XDCAM EX 1080/50i. When walking your Exporting HDV to XDCAM EX.