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Randy Johnson
Gone Tapeless
on Jun 8, 2009 at 9:25:27 pm

Anyone shooting in AVCHD and using Premiere Pro and the Intensity Pro board? If so whats you workflow like? Do I need to get Cineform or something like that? I can edit AVCHD with 4.1 now but its REAL slow I dont recomend it.
Randy


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Tracy Peterson
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 9, 2009 at 8:07:25 pm

I'm using P2 and it's completely useless. Can't utilize the blackmagic card at all, given my workflow. It appears there are some framerates/sizes that BMD doesn't support. Check their support site if you are in doubt at all.

Tracy Peterson
http://www.onetwomany.com


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Derrick van Niekerk
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 10, 2009 at 8:55:23 pm

I have the Decklink HD Extreme, and I use P2 I'm currently editing a 37fps 720p project, and there are no problems at all in Premiere CS3 or CS4.

- Derrick



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Tracy Peterson
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 10, 2009 at 9:26:49 pm

HD Extreme v3? And is that footage 30Pn? I was told by a rep the reason my timeline won't play back was because that framerate wasn't supported.

Tracy Peterson
http://www.onetwomany.com


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Johnny Hsu
Re: to no tape
on Jun 23, 2009 at 9:46:22 am

Adobe In CS3.1 claimed that it had when you can use the mxf files p2, in fact, have tried many times to no avail. Estimates is necessary codec.
Now the new AVCHD Not tested but is said can also be used.
I am using the Final Cut Pro 6.1 for conversion. Files can be edited when it is impossible to playback in the external monitor. The need for rendering into a supported format can be.


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Leo Baker
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 9, 2009 at 8:09:51 pm

Cineform are working on the 4.1 Premeire pro Real-time engine, in the mean time you can download a trail from there website http://www.cineform.com


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Randy Johnson
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 9, 2009 at 8:18:52 pm

Thanks guys, so I far I imported the AVCcam files right into Premiere and I COULD edit right out of the box. Its was really slow though. thats with a older quad core 2.4 kinda makes me wonder how a 8 core would go maybe I wouldnt even have to convert. I downloaded Cineforms prospect HD and tried it I dont mind converting if it gives me smooth editing. I converted some files which was simple enough but they didnt have audio and they wouldnt play right. I think I may be doing something wrong but I cant reach anyone at Cineform to help me(bad sign). I left 3 messages and a e-mail.

Randy Johnson
Rando1968@comcast.net


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Leo Baker
Re: Gone Tapeless
on Jun 10, 2009 at 12:23:56 am

Hi Randy,

I have heard of this problem let me send you the Cineform Tech blog which covers this about no audio from AVCHD sources.

Converting AVCHD Files to CineForm Intermediate
Posted by Jake Segraves on April 14th, 2009
http://techblog.cineform.com/?cat=74

That covers what you need to do.

Leo



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