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    combine 1440 with true1920

    Hello,

    I will do a project with MOV files from the canon D550 and m2t files from the canon HV20.

    The MOV files do import slowly in MC, the m2t files fast import.

    The MOV files are true 1920, the M2t files are 1440. What project settings should I use, starting a new project?

    And should I Transcode both formats into TR-120?

     

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    Re: combine 1440 with true1920

    Rob,

    Here is a link to a tutorial I made on my workflow for the Canon 550D and MC5.

    http://www.screencast.com/t/Zjc2ZWE5NDkt

    It may give you some ideas.

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    Douglas

     

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  • Fri, Sep 17 2010 3:49 PM In reply to

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    Re: combine 1440 with true1920

    Thanks Douglas. As you suggest, I import (drag) clips into the bin. That takes long, but the transcoding is done immediately. If I import HDV (m2t) files the import is much faster, but then I still need to transcode to DNxHD. But I admit that it would be usefull to do a rough cut in advance, reducing the file sizes, but I have no Quicktimepro. Maybe I can find another program to do a rough edit.

    Will there be no issues if I combine the files from these 2 different sources? I mean the true 1920 and 1440 files.

     

     

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