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stewart charles
5dmk2 to proress using mpeg stream clip
on Jul 8, 2009 at 10:49:03 am

not sure where to post this, so sorry if this is the wrong place.

I’m having some problems with mpeg stream clip and I’m hoping someone can advise me.
Ive shot video using a 5dmk2 I want to edit the footage using fcp

I open up the application (mpeg stream clip) I drag and drop my clip in to it and then this is where I get stuck
Do I go file export quick time and select proress 422
Or do I go file export other formats?

When the window pops up I’m assuming I do the following
Leave it as 1920x1080 unscaled
do I uncheck interlaced scaling and deinterlace video?

Thanks for any advise or help you can give me.



http://www.thin-kingmedia.co.uk


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Bruce Cleveland
Re: 5dmk2 to proress using mpeg stream clip
on Jul 8, 2009 at 9:16:50 pm

That should work. I have been exporting using StreamClip with Apple HDV 60i preset and everything looks great. But I am not sure either if this is the right setting. I used to use XCam 30p export. That works as well.

Bruce


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stewart charles
Re: 5dmk2 to proress using mpeg stream clip
on Jul 9, 2009 at 7:39:49 am

after spending all day trying to figuer this out Ive been told to do the following...

file>export>quicktime

select proress set to 100%
uncheck interlaced scaling




http://www.thin-kingmedia.co.uk


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Matt Gottshalk
Re: 5dmk2 to proress using mpeg stream clip
on Jul 9, 2009 at 2:48:33 am

Export as ProRes 422. 100% quality.

Leave everything else as the default settings.

You can also batch convert files (Apple-B).

McGee Digital Media Inc.
24P HD Production and Post
http://www.mcgeedigitalmedia.com


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