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    • Mr_Dillon
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    Nano Flash imports and AVCHD imports

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    Hi all,

     

    I have just started work on a project that has a mess of footage to get through before the editing can start. The project was filmed and with the Panasonic AGAF 101E creating AVCHD (SD cards) and MXF (NanoFlash)

     

    I have imported the material into AVID as

     

    AVCHD - DNxHD 185 x (HD1080p)

     

    MXF - XDCAM HD 50Mbits (1080p/25)

     

     

    Will these setting cause any problems down the line? It would be nice to know before I begin a mass import and hand it over to the editor.

     

    Will they cause a problem, as they will be different codecs at the export stage?

     

    What would be the best export setting for this project? It is a trailer for a proposal to create a feature length documentary on the subject.

     

    Any other information that might be of interest I would also appreciate?

     

     

    Thanks,

     

    Dillon

     

     

    A few notes on the process.

     

    The Nano flash records 100mbits long gop and creates the MXF but AVID only states that it is 50mbits. I have read this is a trick to get AVID to accept the media. Is that so?

     

    With the AVCHD material I tried to import it as XDCAM 50 Mbits through importing the clips. It does not like that and won't accept it. So again I read that DNxHD 185 X is of good quality for AVCHD.

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