Some questions about Final Cut and import of HF200 AVCHD
Frage von andreask: Dezember 2009
Hi All, I am filming for a week with a Canon HF200. There are several Schweirigkeiten in Film and in the subsequent editing in FInal Cut Pro 7
Switched to 50i and 25p Can be mixed with 25p and 50i with recordings made in a sequence in FInal Pro? If so - how shall we then be the sequence settings with respect Halbdominanz. When 25p is Halbdominanz = odd When 50i is Halbdominanz = without In the export of Compressor I see no difference.
I'm assuming that when I import into FInal Cut no besondereb settings for the codec needs to undertake 50i/25p a function of filmed material?
50i material - hackeln the clips in Final Cut Pro in the preview window. Zudme I shee conspicuous horizontal line formation. Can this be what to do to avoid this?
At data rates: I import the clips with Apple ProRes 422nd In FInal Cut in object settings of the clip I find a data rate of 14.5 MB / s When I show the clip in Quicktime Scratch open this with a data rate of 121 Mbit / s to. The data rate of the HF200 is in MXP mode at 24 Mb / s are. How are these different figures can come about? Even when I consider false nomenclature of MB and Mb skin to no conversion.
Thank you for your comments in advance.
Antwort von Axel:
It should - - be even higher than 120 Mbit / s for 1920 HD, Apple recommends for HD to ProRes HQ using "too. However, that would be needed only if you have a lot of processing steps are pending.
When 25p is Halbdominanz = odd When 50i is Halbdominanz = without
The reverse is true, if you did well just prescribed.
You can generally i and p mixing in a single timeline, which does not pass the end of each is shown in a reduced quality preview. For the issue but you have to opt for a format anyway. And so the mixed Timeline something for people who are in a hurry. This is the only advantage of this workflow.
If you - are you - need to convert to ProRes anyway, would be a clean deinterlacing via compressor before the cut better (in duplicate default options do change with the frame rate - Logical) - as well as under the Tab Frame controls. Let's do because of "i" and "p" now please, no drum on principle. Try both with mini-sequences, rendering, exporting, inspecting. The differences are minimal, the one discovered - if any - advantages or disadvantages other than the next. It is clear only: Movement Resolution of "i" would be in a "p" timeline for naught anyway ', and vice versa.