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NTSC capturen mit FCP ... bitte um themenverweis oder infos

NTSC capture with Final Cut Pro ... Please referring to themes or infos



Frage von anna:
Juli 2006

please refer me to older entries if any (could not find useful)

my problem:
experiments two miniDV tapes with an unknown American Camera, so capturing NTSC with no further details about Final Cut Pro to version 5.0.4.
The camera on the capture, I can play the material without any problems and device control via Firewire works flawlessly.

When logging is issued to me at first only the sound and I try Direct comes with an error message: No video hardware available.

Capture all possible settings, I've tried out with always the same result.

Does this capture, I must have another program?
or is absent with an update?



Antwort von Axel:

A few quick fixes:

- Correct configuration for recording in the audio / video preferences? Sorry if this sounds like "Check whether the device is s.Netz", but safe is safe. It sounds as though you are trying to capture camera with a PAL to NTSC? That would not do.

- The preview for logging and recording, or you do not see a Picture?

- The fastest test of whether a failed firewire recording a Final Cut Pro problem of any kind synonymous (is false presets), is the "Video Recording with QuickTime Pro. Klappt's not here, there is probably a hardware failure around firewire before (one hopes) the cable.

- The Firewire ports reset:
http://www.finalcutprofi.de/phpboard/viewtopic.php?t=21076

In the same forum more synonymous device compatibility, which, however, if the device control functions, should not be the case with you.



Antwort von anna:

hey, thanks for the quick response

I try to actually with a pal ntsc camera to capture.

And after I had changed the pulldownrate in widergabeeinstellungen I have a picture synonymous and synonymous with 2:3:3:2 I get no error messages top right side rendered images.
he just wants to play me in the Direct only 16:9 and 4:3 as it has not been taken.

Unfortunately, nothing that reminds me more of a





Antwort von Axel:

Good for you!
The Preview logging and capturing first place always works with a somewhat false AR-representation (this constant rethinking "Poor Calculator!). So I do not think s.16: 9 I think it's totally different with the CPRs in the PAL and NTSC (which is indeed 5:4 and AFAIK do not 4:3) to. This could be (if it is correct not only a display problem in the log-preview is moving)> Distort> Aspect Ratio.

Without the thought finished, I'm afraid you'll still experience many surprises and last anywhere muster an NTSC device.

But interesting. Please post the output here.



Antwort von anna:

tja the first surprise is that the preview with the same settings but again refuses to give me a picture to ... argh
but it will have to give a solution .. synonymous, and if I fail all the hair until then I will report to report



Antwort von Axel:

"Axel" wrote:
(which is AFAIK is 5:4 and not 4:3)


Wrong! The PAL-picture has a pixel aspect ratio of 720:576 = 5:4, NTSC, however 720:480 = 3:2. Both results equalized 4:3. The preview is working even with square pixels, so the squeeze.



Antwort von anna:

how it ended ...

by a very peculiar konfigurationszusammestellung in the recording settings (a mixture of DV50 and ntsc dvcpro), although the material I was able to capture only distorted. ... and after 2 days spielerei it has given me and I borrowed a tape machine ... losing hurts



Antwort von PowerMac:

That can not be everything. Either you have Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Pro is not on it spinning. FC Rescue made? If you have received as 4:3, with one click you can convert your sequence to 16:9.



Antwort von Axel:

"PowerMac" wrote:
That can not be everything. Either you have Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Pro is not on it spinning. FC Resu made? If you have received as 4:3, with one click you can convert your sequence to 16:9.


The gag was that it was trying to play NTSC with a PAL camera. Hence the mess!



Antwort von Markus:

"Axel" wrote:
The gag was that it was trying to play NTSC with a PAL camera.

What's so objectionable? This can work well. - However, I understand the order a little different: play tray with unknown with NTSC television standard camcorder ...

"anna" wrote:
experiments two miniDV tapes with an unknown American Camera, so capturing NTSC with no further details about Final Cut Pro to version 5.0.4.

... which have been subsequently re-educating. ;-)



Antwort von Axel:

"Mark" wrote:
"Axel" wrote:
The gag was that it was trying to play NTSC with a PAL camera.

What's so objectionable? This can work well.


That's it, I did not know. Good to know.




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