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Premiere CS3 50 fps importieren

Premiere CS3 import 50 fps



Frage von John Doe:
Januar 2009

I hope someone of you can help me ...

I have HD material with 50 fps editing in Premiere and despair s.den Render times. Has anyone a hint how I Of the 50 fps to 25 fps come without which the length of the clip changes? I think this should reduce the render times ....

I'm thankful for every tip!



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Inside of Premiere Pro is running everything at 25 fps from no preference what your camera had! The imported 50 fps material then simply plays with a real world for half the speed s.and therefore takes twice the length of the comparable 25 fps footage in the timeline. This is called "slow motion"!

You can then yes, in your PP 50 fps material at half the length of "compress" and so on 200% faster. The result is a clip, which is still playing with 25 fps but now no longer slow motion displays. This should render less time! But you are still holding HD material and thus almost five times as much data as for DV!



Antwort von John Doe:

Thank you for your answer. The only problem is that the rendering times last forever, if I invite the 50 fps and then the speed change. Is there not a way to bypass this route and the 50 fps material previously converted into 25 fps?








Antwort von Debonnaire:

Directly using Adobe products, I know no way of 50 fps 25 fps material to material.

Whether you simply realize that you convert to the exterior of 50 fps to 25 fps nachmalige the rendering time in PP only halbierst as long as you have the HD-Resolutionbeibehältst.

What kind of camera did you filmed and on what kind of medium?



Antwort von John Doe:

Do you know for other products with which one before the premiere import could make?



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Answer my first question about Camera and format and so. Then I know that maybe more.



Antwort von John Doe:

Sorry, I've probably read about. It is ready to mpeg4 files that I got it. Not even filmed.



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Ah ok ... I must confess that I do with no experience, but I can imagine that PP has only for the display of MPEG-4 files, everything must render burdensome, as it is until recently, synonymous with MPEG2 still was the case, thus forming exactly geschnitten could be. Perhaps there is a specialized codec, which PP it would allow a direct deal with MPEG4? Times you have to make smart ...



Antwort von GM:

Hi,

You can after the import of files with the right mouse button on the Files button, and "interpret footage" option - because you can then change the FPS (without rendering). This will, however, your movie faster or slower (and audio will be lower or higher (unnatural).

The return to original to bring it but then only with speed change and render.

So save you probably nix.

lg, Gunther




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