I used to work wit adobe, now i am on fcp.
I have a problem with exporting.
I captured, edited, no problems.
When i export my data crumbles.
With a clean test i captured from camera, dragged to sequence and imidiatly exported to camera-> crumbled image again. In the viewer there is no problem at all.
I looked at it all. Compared with somebody elses fcp.
We don't know where to look no more.
One step would be reinstalling fcp.
But i have the feeling somewhere is a setting wrong. But where???
vid rate 25 fps
frame size 720x576
pixel aspect pal ccir 601
Do you mean that the picture only looks wrong when printed back to tape?
Play the movie from FC with the camera in stand-by.
Does the movie shows up OK in the camcorder screen?
If its looks OK then, but look bad when recording
If the movie plays OK in FC, that pixelization may come from the camcorder.
I think the camcorder is oke. For this was for me the most physical understanding of the problem.
Because when i make a quicktime movie, the sound is normal, but the image is ...woody(we would say in Holland), shocky, not smooth.
The settings for quicktime are oke.
..it didnt work out with quicktime or any other format. Tried them all.
Where do you think i should look or can i give you some more info about something that you might find the answer.
Up to your info, you are dealing with plain PAL stuff.
Have a look to the Browser and tell us;
- Pixels aspect
- Field order
Then have a look to the sequence setting and see if they match.
Which camcorder had you use it for recording and printing?
You said "creator vlc". Where do you see that?
Hello Rafael, i hope the reply i wrote a half an hour ago is also going to be online...
I Have a question:
In Mediamanager it says:
( Copy ) media referenced by duplicated clip
I can also choose :
( Use Existing ) media referenced by duplicated clip
Might here be the answer?
I did in my testvideo.
When i want to print it now to video it says:
The selected audio and video devices are not a match:
- apple fire wire dvc O50Pal (720x576)
Please verify that the audio and video outputs are externally routed to the intended devices. Do you want to proceed?