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Old June 4th, 2007, 06:16 AM   #1
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JVC Gy hd200 50p to DVD?


I shoot with JVC GY HD200 in HD 50p mode. My aim is to produce SD DVD. I record directly to m2t to Firestore. Sometimes I can see the "DDDDDDD" problem in my lcd screen of camera (its described lately by other users in jvc pro forum section)

I edit with Edius pro 4, export with ProCoder Express

In the final export from Pro Coder I have some twitches in the footage- 8 of them for 20 min video (something like dropout). I do not see it when editing, source m2t files dont show any problem in windows media player.

I get it with all possible project settings, with export to Canopus AVI, MPEG2, interlaced, progressive.....does not matter. And always on the same place (time). When I export only the part of the project around the critical place, it is not there.

What do I do wrong? I did not try to shoot directly SD. What should be the project setting for SD DVD delivery?

Thank you very much
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