Hello, I am a little more or the proud owner of a krachneuen MacBooks and trying desperately to my recordings of a panasonic nv-gs280 to capture. if I have no preference with Premiere Pro 6.5 or Final Cut Pro 3 capture, there are constantly dropped frames. however it works well with iMovie, but iMovie seems to me quite compression and quality is lost. rat who knows? Thank you.
Antwort von hansreinhard:
thou hast the right project settings set? in your case: DV-PAL. the restore of DV material via firewire, we do not re-compressed, not synonymous with iMovie ....
Antwort von Axel:
Intel Macs do not work well with old PPC versions (valid for all the editing programs and music sequencer, everything else lüpt). With Dropped frames did not necessarily what to do, but anyway. Maybe it's Dropped Frames (Time Code bug?) If possible, because iMovie is the infamous omnivores. Cause could be an inferior or old tape, a dirty video head, a different cam to capture or if you have the tape between wild before and rewound it. Try just once more with a fresh tape and a continuous recording. The import of. Dv from iMovie, Final Cut Pro after leads to the non-rendered characters, but the rendering is without loss of quality (of the stream is just another container format copied).
Antwort von PowerMac:
Premiere 6.5 and Final Cut Pro 3 are too old and are not supported. Not on principle, because they are old, but because they support a different computer architecture are built. Hardware Programs should never be emulated. Ergo: Premiere CS3 or FCP6.
Antwort von murei:
thanks for the help. I think it is s.der program incompatibility, because my band is krachneu, synonymous the camera. I now simply machs with iMovie and then drag it over. Thank you.
Antwort von Isekram:
The Final Cut Pro 3.0 to 4.5 is not compatible with your Tiger (10.4.9)