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Jimena Mora60fps footage
by on Jun 17, 2015 at 12:17:23 am

Hello:

I have received an SD card with 60fps footage to edit. But, I have a problem viewing this material, it is not smooth. Do I have to convert it to 24 or 30fps before viewing, editing it? Or is there something wrong with the original footage?

Any ideas?

Thank you


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Shane RossRe: 60fps footage
by on Jun 17, 2015 at 1:02:28 am

Is it AVCHD? is it ProRes? What codec is it? if AVCHD or H.264...it might mean that you need more resources, like more RAM or CUDA support from a graphics card. If ProRes 422, HQ or 4444...you will need faster hard drives to keep up with the high data rate codec. a two drive RAID 0 or better...connected via eSATA or Thunderbolt. FW800 will barely cut it...

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Jimena MoraRe: 60fps footage
by on Jun 17, 2015 at 1:22:01 am

Hello Shane
Thank you for your reply. The client just told me it is AVC-H2.64.
I guess the problem is my computer, I dont have Cuda technology. Im converting the files with compressor. Cannot find any other solution.


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Shane RossRe: 60fps footage
by on Jun 17, 2015 at 1:23:19 am

Yeah, that's best. AVCHD is a highly compressed format that needs a lot of system resources to play back smoothly. Lacking that, best to convert to a decent editing codec.

Shane
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Jimena MoraRe: 60fps footage
by on Jun 17, 2015 at 1:26:27 am

Thank you, good to know at least I can have a solution.


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