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AVCHD to Pro Rezz to FTP
AVCHD to Pro Rezz to FTP
by Joseph Colombatto on Jan 16, 2010 at 4:38:53 pm

Hey,
I recently shot with the Panasonic AG-HMC40P camera (with AVCHD) which
needs to transcoded to Apple Pro Rezz (HQ) for editing in FCP.
Looks great!
But as an outputted movie, the file is real SLOW going through FTP.
Is there another output (maybe thru Compressor) format that I can use
that would provide a faster FTP product?
Also, I'm transcoding from AVCHD to Pro Rezz (HQ), would simply
Pro Rezz be good enough, and faster?
Thanks,
Joe C


Re: AVCHD to Pro Rezz to FTP
by Rafael Amador on Jan 16, 2010 at 4:51:26 pm

Hi Joshep,
You can not think of uploading Prores through FTP. Although compressed, still making very big files.
There are many options to make a smaller file while keeping high quality, but some are more or less convenient depending if the footage will be re-processed after the FTP or is just to be watched, broadcasted,, etc.
Rafael

www.nagavideo.com


Re: AVCHD to Pro Rezz to FTP
by Joseph Colombatto on Jan 16, 2010 at 6:26:52 pm

Thanks for getting back.
What format would you use for expeditious FTP?
This is for broadcast to cable.
Would you use Compressor?
What settings from FCP?
These are 4 minute HD segments for broadcast
shot in native AVCHD-PH.
Thanks,
Joe C.


Re: AVCHD to Pro Rezz to FTP
by Zane Barker on Jan 16, 2010 at 7:29:29 pm

[Joseph Colombatto] "What format would you use for expeditious FTP? "

That depends on what it will be used for.

[Joseph Colombatto] "This is for broadcast to cable. "

Different stations have different delivery requirements. What type of file does the station you are sending it to want.

[Joseph Colombatto] "Would you use Compressor?
What settings from FCP? "


Export out of FCP using current settings then use compressor to make a file that fits the requirements of the station you are sending it to.



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