I have a three camera shoot. 1920 x 1080 mts and two 1440 x 1080 avchd. I imported all the footage, and because I want to do a multiclip, I want to convert all the clips to prores422 1920x1080. I tried using aunsoft video converter for mac, but the audio and video are out of sync in the resulting quicktime file. What alternatives might there be for the conversion, what might I be doing wrong in the video converter, or what might I do to fix the sync in the resulting file?
Could I have a little hint about compressor? I couldn't find a conversion for my source files that would allow a change in resolution. What am I doing wrong?
I should be more specific - full disclosure... The item props for these two other angles shows a pixel aspect ratio of 1440x1080, and multiclip doesn't like it. Everything is already prores 422. (I think I did the original conversion with a trial of premiere, but didn't do the pixel aspect right? I've been banging my head so long I'm not sure what came first anymore.
Chris turned everything to best in his frame grabs. This will make the transcode take a very long time and is likely unnecessary. Leave Deinterlace set to Fast unless you are changing interlaced to progressive. Set Rate Conversion to Fast unless you are changing the frame rate. You can leave the resize set to Best.
I converted the mts out of the Panasonic hmc-150 with a trial version of adobe premiere. I don't recall doing anything other than taking the defaults. FCP reports the frame rate for the imported clip as 30fps. I was trying to convert the other clips to these properties so FCP would let me create a multiclip.