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  • Wed, Mar 19 2008 1:26 AM

    How can I import QT HDV3 footage into my project

    Hi! Im kinda new to avid. i did not find any answer for my problem. i got 100gb of HDV-QT footage, captured in fcp. I'm working on a pc. Details for the source: Video-Stream: hdv3, 25FPS, 1440*1080 (16:9) Audiostream: PCM I tried to import them to my 1080p/25 Avid project, but when i hit play in the source/record window i can hear the sound but i just see a blank white screen. i tried to convert the one clip of the footage to hdv (.m2t), which worked fine, but i do not have time to convert more than 100gb from .mov to .m2t!! besides that, i want to translate the project from fcp through sebskytools to avid. after that it won't be possible to work with the converted footage. sorry for my english i hope for a solution, i'm tired of googeling
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  • Wed, Mar 19 2008 10:14 AM In reply to

    Re: How can I import QT HDV3 footage into my project

    Here are my specs!! --- Intel Core 2 Quad @ 2,40 GHz --- 2.00 GB of DDR2 RAM --- 400GB HDD (partitions: 40 GB - XP, 50 - Vista, rest for documents) --- 500GB HDD WD-MyBook external --- Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 640 MB RAM --- Audio Card: SoundMAX intergated HD Audio --- IEEE 1394: VIA OHCI compliant IEEE host Controller --- LightScribe DVD /CD writer --- Operating system: Windows XP service pack 2 --- Avid Xpress Pro 5.7.2. --- Qicktime Version: 7.4.1. --- hope it helps, cheers
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  • Wed, Mar 19 2008 12:14 PM In reply to

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    Re: How can I import QT HDV3 footage into my project

     White video indicates that you don't have the codec that was used to encode the original vision.  Apple are very big on proprietary codecs for FCP so it's likely that the codec you need is not available for PC users at all.  Check the original media.  If it was exported with one of the ProRes codecs you'll never load it.

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  • Sat, Mar 22 2008 12:59 PM In reply to

    Re: How can I import QT HDV3 footage into my project

    I finally got the footage into my project. here's what i did: i converted all clips with TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress to *.m2t htv footage, which was easy to import in avid.
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  • Sat, Apr 26 2008 1:52 PM In reply to

    Re: How can I import QT HDV3 footage into my project

    yes, I did the same thing. It works with footage captured in final cut to .mov files. GSpot showed that the original files (mov) were HDV5. However, the output (.m2t) got stuck in some places or lacked frames (maybe because i did it on a slow computer)

    It consumes much time to convert one file into another, but it seems the only way to be able to edit on PC. MediaCoder also displays the content, but I don't know if it converts well. The question is why PC computer with MediaCoder or TMPGen installed can't show the .mov files in quicktime.


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