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Harrison Searles
1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Jan 17, 2011 at 10:02:27 pm

I Shot a Footage with a jvc 700gy shot at 1080 720 60 fps sp 19 megabits
I'm Editing on FCP 3. I set my sequence to hdv 1080 720 60.
The length of the program is 123 minutes.
I have send it to compresses to make a DVD.
Can not get to work. I have read the threads on HD to DVD
Still I can get to work.

Please help and thankyou in advance

Harrison Searles


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Ron Pestes
Re: 1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Feb 15, 2011 at 3:10:23 am

HDV is 1440 X 1080. There is no such thing as 1080 x 720. It is either 1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 for HD. Drag a clip to a new project timeline and let FC pick the correct sequence setting. Then it should work.

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John Aviste
Re: 1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Feb 17, 2011 at 4:44:52 pm

I am curious to know if you are able to get a high quality widescreen DVD. Is your source video 60 progressive frames per second? Just the other day I started a new thread that could be related to your problem.


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Harrison Searles
Re: 1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Feb 17, 2011 at 6:25:54 pm

John
The problem was a corrupt frame.
Last weekend I produce a dvd of
a Downhill ski race. The dvd look great on wide screen

Harrison


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John Aviste
Re: 1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Feb 18, 2011 at 2:40:32 am

Interesting. I can get a great looking widescreen DVD when the source video is 720p30 but not when it is 720p60. In both cases I am employing the same workflow, including using the same "Best" Compressor encode for DVD. I am shooting with the GY-HD200. Is your video also 720p60? If not, what is it? Do you know what I am doing wrong that would cause the 720p60 source video end up looking poorly when turned into a DVD?


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Harrison Searles
Re: 1080 720 60 fps 19 meg
on Feb 18, 2011 at 4:21:58 pm

John
I'm shooting with a Gy 700.
This camara write to FCP code on the chips.
May be your problem is ingesting the Gy 200 to FCP.
That where I would look.
I'm pretty new to FCP editing system.
Try the FCP basic forum. I have read about that problem there.
Regards
Harrison


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