Working on a show shot on canon c300. It shoots mpeg 2 50 mb/s. We are working entirely with AMA. After transcoding to 14:1 i relink the .new clips to the AMA clips, but with any clips 48mins long or more, they do not relink. This is obviously an issue as .new clips will not relink for online. Ive already tried checking version seperator, which works for any clips under 48mins.
The only option i see at this point is transcoding these long clips to our high res finishing media and then using them as new masters. Anyone have this issue?
Yes, I AMA in all the clips and transcode to 14:1. I am assuming that some of these clips are spanned- I'm not entirely sure how to tell but I know C300 has spanned clip issues in the past.
**My issue is that some of the single clips that I am transcoding are over 48 minutes long. These are the problem clips, for some reason they do not relink after transcoding.
I do not believe it has anything to do with switching to another card. This problem is consistent across the different camera rolls I have transcoded thus far.
Any help is appreciated! I have to start grouping this stuff soon. Is it possible to just sub clip the AMA clip and transcode it into two parts? Would this cause any trouble with relinking back to original sources for online?
Ive had a bit of luck. It turns out the c300 spans clips into 2.05 gbs peices. Through the canon xf utility ive managed to merge them into one clip. Now as a lone .mxf i am having trouble getting it into avid. Through transcoding, it says "invalid directory." dragging it into the mxf/1 folder doesnt work either. This is annoying