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MovieMaker
AVCHD EDITING
on Oct 14, 2007 at 7:45:22 pm

Guys, I hope that you can help. Here is my situation:

I have a Matrox X-100 Extreme. Does a good job on editing DV.

I also have a dual CoreDuo 6400mhz Machine. I need to edit AVCHD Natively. I have Sony Vegas7e. But, I would like to edit in PremiereProCS3 Natively.

What is the most ecconomical way?? I am really tired of converting from one format to the other. Will the Black Magic do this? or will an adapter that converts from AVCHD HD2 format in Realtime to a regular HD1 standard Hi-Def be better. I am looking for fast and cheap. Also, I want my video to be Standard Hi-Def that all editors like.

Gary,


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John Q
Re: AVCHD EDITING
on Oct 14, 2007 at 11:20:56 pm

The only way advertised to edit AVCHD within Premiere Pro is to use the Cineform plugin, which costs another $499. You can try it for free to see if it works. Be aware that CS3 does not work with your X100.

http://www.cineform.com/products/Aspect-Prospect.htm


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MovieMaker
Thank You, John for your reply.
on Oct 14, 2007 at 11:56:16 pm

Thanks,

I was wondering if there was some adapter to make the AVCHD video into standard HD video.

I saw that one of your adapters supported AVCHD in, I thought.

Smile


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MovieMaker
AVCHD
on Oct 15, 2007 at 12:04:00 am

I believe if I am not mistaken that the CINEFORM plugin Imports the AVCHD format and you can put it on the time line and you can go to different frames, and scrub it , but when you play it, it just shows a BLACK picture with sound.

I could be wrong, but let me know. My sources are pretty correct most of the time.

Thanks!


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John Q
Re: AVCHD EDITING
on Oct 15, 2007 at 3:03:29 am

You can try Cineform for free and see if it works. Otherwise, you're stuck with Vegas or Ulead VideoStudio, which support AVCHD natively.


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Ronbo1
Re: AVCHD EDITING
on Nov 12, 2007 at 7:38:57 pm

You can let the camera decode it to a standard HD signal thru the HDMI connection.

Then capture it using the Black magic intensity card.

The card cost around $250


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