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Martin ODonnell September 19th, 2006 01:35 AM

Capture workflow with FCP5?
 
Help! I am struggling, ney, failing to be able to capture footage from my HD100 on to my G5 using Final cut pro.
I am very unfamiliar with my new camera and I'm not the world's most technical person.
Can anyone also recommend any good training materials for this camera?
Any help much appreciated.

Paolo Ciccone September 19th, 2006 09:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Martin ODonnell
Help! I am struggling, ney, failing to be able to capture footage from my HD100 on to my G5 using Final cut pro.
I am very unfamiliar with my new camera and I'm not the world's most technical person.
Can anyone also recommend any good training materials for this camera?
Any help much appreciated.

Is the footage in 24/25fps?

Martin ODonnell September 20th, 2006 11:01 PM

Capturing footage on FCP 5 with HD100
 
Thanks for your reply Paul.
Forgive my ignorance but I think it's the standard one (not film frame) of 25fps.
I am asking a lot from the members on here really. I need a step by step approach. Once I get the footage captured I'm relatively ok.
And once I've completed the exercise once believe me I'll remember it!
Thanks

Martin

Paolo Ciccone September 20th, 2006 11:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Martin ODonnell
Thanks for your reply Paul.
Forgive my ignorance but I think it's the standard one (not film frame) of 25fps.

Final Cut supports, at the moment, capture of only 30p with the HD100. You can edit at 25fps but you cannot, yet, capture the footage at that frame rate. You need a free program by Apple called DVHSCap, cvheck in this forum, I listed the link a few days ago, and MPEGStream Clip (google it) for converting the footage to QuickTime. I suggest to use AIC as your destination codec. From there you just need to Cmd-I to import the .mov files into your FCP project.


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