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Subsequent Scene detection



Frage von glider_pilot:
April 2010

Hi!
I have transferred via Firewire DV recordings of my camera on my WinPC and now I want to edit the recordings on my Macbook, but I have a continuous recording, which is not in the individual clips "cut" as it makes the scene detection. My question now is whether there is a way to make this later on the Mac, or whether I need to go through the recording cut by hand and must s.den appropriate places.
When editing program I use now Premiere Pro CS4, but I'll probably buy Final Cut soon.
Thank schoneinmal!



Antwort von Jott:

Inside of Final Cut Pro is the auto (Start-/Stop-Erkennung), but certainly not with such a round and Her. If you buy Final Cut Pro anyway, so the tapes would rather read one again and saving you the work of the manual Gepfriemels.



Antwort von Axel:

Do I look different. A long clip is great. I would convert the clip with previously MpegStreamclip rappzapp to AppleDV (without loss of quality), then import into Final Cut Pro, open the clip in the viewer and with i and o set intersection. Followed # u have you created a Subclip in the browser, whose name is automatically selected, ie, you can immediately reinschreiben in the field, enter a new, meaningful name and confirm with Rückführtaste. With # 1's go back to the viewer, with jkl is the next in-point driven, with "i" is also the new in-point set and delete the old, the same applies to the Out point. Even with the really convenient tapeless workflow is faster, more effective organization of footage not possible (if you know the material because it has even taken it, is the maximum of 50% real time). Sequentially designated clips by automatic start-stop separation would indeed synonymous nor qualitative assessment (to) be sorted and identified, and that is the separation harder for.








Antwort von Jott:

In Final Cut Pro is to have both (DV): the file s.Stück AND the separation into individual clips. At the same time. The subclips that you want to create manual will be created there car and then called as "Segment 1 of Tape 5" - the complete "Tape 5" but you can still watch and s.Stück process. The best of both worlds.

Only with HDV you have to decide before you commit between individual clips or all s.Stück. But even then we can all individual clips with a few mouse clicks in a timeline and drag it into the browser again - voila, everything back either s.Stück.



Antwort von glider_pilot:

First thanks for the quick replies.
The problem is that I only have the normal Macbook and thus, for lack of Firewire port, it is not possible to dub the tapes again. And I'm assuming, the loss in quality when dubbing using a video grabber will be too large.
@ Axel: I am talking mainly about the work with the Out In / Point will be automated to save time to go through the entire clip manual. If this is not possible, which is synonymous in my opinion, the best thing you can do.



Antwort von Hans-Joachim:

Why not perform detection on the Windows PC the scene? Is simply and quickly as with AV Cutty: http://www.avcutty.de/



Antwort von glider_pilot:

This is of course the best solution! Thank you!



Antwort von Axel:

"Glider_pilot" wrote:
This is of course the best solution! Thank you!

In Final Cut is the scene of separation no longer be left. It can even cut only as DV Quicktime (Apple-DV, ending ". Mov" instead of "avi" or ". Dv). With a FireWire-less MacBook at any rate, it would be smarter to bring in an AVCHD cam. The workflow> PC capture> scene separation Software> Mac and transfer them to import into Final Cut is a little of your Windows nostalgia owed, can it be? Always two steps forward, one back then, do not go over Los ...



















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