I run a Mac / Pro Tools based recording studio and wants me to deal professionally with the issue LipSync recordings on Timecode and synonymous in the narrow frame with DV editing. This is what I would like based on my previous PC's do:
3 GHz P4 (Hyper) 1 GB of RAM ATI Radeon 9800 pro Pulsar soundcard I Canopus ADVC100 Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Motu Timepiece (for time code) Betacam SP
Important for me is great compatibility with all popular formats and a good codec (canopus?). A lot of I / O's: DV, composite, component (Betacam SP), etc and if possible synonymous for audio AES / EBU and XLR. I would also like mein4: 3 PAL Picture nem can spend on the preview monitor, at worst on GraKa. One possibility would be upwardly compatible in the sense HD / SD synonymous well.
Avid Liquid Pro seems interesting, however, scare me off, the native fully functioning and USB2.0. I would prefer a "real" rendering card. Is there a solution to not equal Canopus SP or SD and mean costs 2600 ¬? Perhaps one in which I can remain synonymous with premiere? If in an emergency synonymous change to ne other software. Provided there are enough FX -> yes but it tickles me in the fingers cut synonymous with.
Thanks in advance for any tip
Antwort von Streifenschneider:
what exactly do you actually looking for? Where's you at the editing software or primarily to the I / O and Pro Tools is in harmony with the whole cut (on the PC, Protools, but on the Mac?), Or you want to do everything in the editing software?
So whenever I go out like that you want to do the soundtrack with ProTools, which runs on the Mac (ProTools HD or one of the smaller? "), Then yes you need to ensure data exchange between editing software and ProTools. In my view, this would have an interface software from Avid has the advantage that we'd have probably via OMF the fewest difficulties. Even though by now almost every editing software to export as OMF or AAF files allows, which is quite tricky in places and may not work satisfactorily. The extent to premiere it has problems, I can not judge, but you certainly can judge for themselves s.Besten by Du's easy to try out. If it all works, you would need the editing software of this Page not seen her change.
As the I / O's will be far more difficult. Properly and professionally's comfortable with is probably only one of the big Avid systems - as is true then synonymous in every case the quality of the converter. For the pure SD cut safely synonymous Xpress Pro + Mojo would be enough, which offers connections to your required one synonymous Vollbildvoschau and hardware acceleration, but ultimately regular costs more than 2600 Euro. As for the future security, what it looks bad again made synonymous with Mojo - HD is not supported.
The company Blackmagic Design (http://www.blackmagic-design.com/products/sd/) offers with the Decklink SP on a card that meets your expectations synonymous, and this card is compatible with Windows probably synonymous with premiere together and is relatively inexpensive. By doing this you would then have almost everything you want: hardware acceleration, a bunch of inputs and outputs and less than 2600, where you can keep Premiere Pro. Which leaves only the problem with the data - that you can try but vielleich or anyone else who uses this constellation synonymous or experience with it has answered.
Antwort von der_klang:
hi jan, Thank you for your response.
I've seen the map, but to me still do a couple of questions:
I am from the table nich become quite clever ... what a pci card, it is the matter now?
And.. have experiences with the codec? isr of doing a quality comparable with the canopus, which I test results according to various more or less look the best .. can correct me if I'm on the holzweg ...;)
otherwise it sounds very much like what I'm looking for. Richtg if I understand it is a pure hardware without software. So synonymous no plugins and the like .. would be a shame to get over, however. would be a different codec Procoder (yes canopus work again) anyway? probably just like every other codec synonymous!?