How do you convert using MPEG Streamclip?
by Ignacio Holiday on May 5, 2012 at 4:30:11 am
I'm trying to convert a file for editing in Final Cut Pro X using MPEG Streamclip. I followed the instructions in a tutorial, which was to set the output as Apple ProRes 422 LT and the pixel dimensions at 1920x1080(unscaled). After I converted it this is the file info I got for the new converted file when I hit Command+I in QuickTime
Data size: 22.71 GB
Data Rate: 69.92 mbit
Current size: 1440x810 pixels
WTF? Are the dimensions I picked totally wrong? How did it swell to 22 GB? And it wouldn't even play in Final Cut anyways.
I must be missing something obvious, but I am having the hardest time just converting a simple file so I can edit it.
Re: How do you convert using MPEG Streamclip? by Tom Wolsky on May 5, 2012 at 6:04:34 am
What else does it say? Start at the top and give the whole thing.Ignore current size. BTW, what was the original size of the media you were converting?
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