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Re: Using Blackmagic shuttle usb 3.0 with m11x problems

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Mike SquiresRe: Using Blackmagic shuttle usb 3.0 with m11x problems
by on Feb 26, 2012 at 2:24:04 am

You need to record it first, then edit it, and export it to a compressed format, like h.264. You then upload that final file to youtube.

Recording in uncompressed is the best, but it takes a lot of hdd space and hdd speed. Their are lossy codecs, like MJPEG, DVCProHD, ProRes, and DXnHD, but you have to have the software that uses those encoding methods. Media Express does allow MPJEG, but it's the worst of the bunch.

You need something like Premiere Pro to work in. It'll allow you to capture in multiple formats (like DVCProHD), and edit those same files. Once your done editing, you can then export the final video to something smaller in h.264, ready to upload to Youtube. (For instance, 30 minutes of HD captured using DVCProHD is about 30GB, and once edited, that same 30 minute video can be exported to H.264 with a 2-pass encode, resulting in a 5GB file).


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