I have to mix HDV and DV have logged everything offline (jpeg) and wonder now: what happens after the next cut in Final Cut Pro? but there must be a function of how I use the offline clips with the tapes can be properly fed? New media connect ... just shows me the possibilities to disk, but I come from a purely tape - or I misunderstood something?
Many thanks for any help
Antwort von Axel:
or have I misunderstood something?
Yes, because although you've cut offline, the media in the offline quality so there. What's there to re-connect. I would suspect you have the sequence using the media manager and duplicate the sequence settings. What? DV? HDV? I understand the principle of "mixed project" in this case did not. What is the target?
As always synonymous, the online clips are real clips offline, since they are not on the hard drive are. Now works capturing the stack of recording.
The workflow would make sense for me when I report on a journey with a book already offline cut. Or the entire Project will pass. But for the second case, it would be wiser, in full quality on the same record and an offline duplicate Calculator (also on the media manager) to create. Is it, huh?
Antwort von PowerMac:
Look at the media manager at times accurate. The "Consolidate" brings everything together and only needed capturt clips for each sequence (s).
Antwort von ev:
Thank you for the prompt and helpful reply, I am with the media manager auseinanderzusetzten accurate. One last question: My material is DV and HDV, the output target would ideally HDV: Is it possible
Antwort von Axel:
My material is DV and HDV, the output target would ideally HDV: Is it possible
Since I have multiple demo movies on the Comparison of HDV HDV with DV have seen, it is indeed possible. Try it out, the DV material with HDV settings to log. Can not be more than schiefgehn. Surely at least the normal work of importing DV into the HDV project, you must stop then scaled. Or blätter times in Final Cut Pro manual. As the above demo films demonstrate, the DV material as distinct "LDV" over, but you would need to be clear.