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Ian Mora August 9th, 2006 06:27 PM

Avid Xpress Pro HD - 24p ANY NEWS?
 
Anybody know when Xpress is going to support 24p-23.976p yet? I originally heard that 5.2.2 would take care of this,.....but can't find the info.

If not,........what's the best 3rd party solution for this,......Lumiere HD etc.?

thanks,...

Steve Benner August 10th, 2006 09:18 AM

Like Apple, Avid has been horrible in support for 24P from the JVC and Canon.

Here is the best workaround currently (and free):

- Download DVHSCap and MPEG STREAMCLIP.
- Use DVHSCap (or a firestore) and capture the .m2t file.
- Open the file in MPEG STREAMCLIP.
- Select Avid Codec DNxHD.
- Bring the Quality Slider to Best.
- Deselest the De-interlace check boxes.
- In the Frame Rate Box, enter 23.976.
- Next to DNxHD, you need to go into the options and select which quality and frame size you want to edit in (Either 1080 or 720, and one of the qualities).

In Avid, create whatever project type is correct with your frame size. Avid will quickly import the files, but it will also Copy them and transcode to MXF...it does this quickly because of the DNxHD. You can delete the original files after importing.

This seems like a long workaround but it is rather quick. The only time consuming thing is the conversion. You can also Batch Convert in MPEG STREAMCLIP.

Ian Mora August 10th, 2006 12:56 PM

Right On,...
 
Thanks so much for the tips,.....this should help

Kevin Haberer August 11th, 2006 08:38 PM

loss of data
 
Is there a significant loss of data with this method?

I also have aspect HD but prefer avid to premeire pro. Could I capture with aspect to m2t files and then convert them to avid DNxHD files using mpeg streamclip?

Is there another program(not necessarily free) that I could use to convert that would be better quality...canopus procoder, for instance?


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