Panasonic DV codec in Premiere Pro 2.0 to convert / Activate
Frage von TechnoFlex: September 2006
Am now looking for an hour ago off the following problem / solution. Have I downloaded the Panasonic DV codec. If I'm going to export in Premiere Pro 2.0, I can only adjust the MainConcept codec. How can I change this so that I can set other codecs??
I really found nothing about it, so I turn s.euch!
Thank you in advance
Antwort von firstname.lastname@example.org:
... schau mal unter:
Antwort von prem:
Despite the instructions to change the codec does not ...
Can only use the MainConcept codec ... there is no drop-down menu
Antwort von HaPe:
... right, a choice in terms of attitudes do not exist. Maybe this is synonymous as the developer intended? I have been dealing lately einwenig intensively with these issues and had to find that one with "little knowledge" is .-)) is not really very far. The codec stories are simply a very wide field. Many distinctions must be made synonymous already regard to the anticipated applications, and without precise knowledge of the technology, you can probably do more wrong than richtitig.
Especially for the Panasonic codec, I have found this information:
The Panansonic is equal to the result with the MS codec pixel, is (as synonymous of the MC-codec) VFW-compatible (eg useful for cooperation with VirtualDub) Who on one hundred (pixel) compatibility with the hardware codec of SONY Camcorders value sets, which should not take the MainConcept codec, since this has slight variations. MS, and Panasonic codec agree one hundred percent agree with the hardware codec!
That was me as completely new, that even the capture (Hardware Codec) often already have a special variant of "better", but which then turn to the "normal" Renderei of visors and effects "totally inappropriate acts .-)! If you're unlucky, this VFW codec not compatible, so it must be rumhacken permanently in the registry to replace the one with the other or to turn it on or off.
The currently most favorable situation where this point is probably Premiere Pro! There is already one of the best rendering codecs installed (MainConcept), which is now synonymous VFW-compatible (Microsoft / OS compatible). In addition, as needed, and now you could still Pannasonic the DV codec installed to capture. But how to keep these two apart at the start of Premiere? There once was a special tool, where before (!) Premiere was launched, only to change the codec! But - how are the codecs in eigentichen then cut themselves? Then one would have to actually use the MainConcept once again ... which would mean a conversion ...?!
Oh man (s) .-))! Perhaps we should not synonymous meticulous and dangerous to operate? .-))