Going from HD to 8.2.3
by Wayne Abler on Mar 28, 2006 at 4:32:58 pm
I'd like to take some media captured in HD and edit it in 8.2.3a. It looks like the only way I can do it is by exporting from HD as self contained clips and then import into 8.2.3a. Problem is I loose timecode that way.
Media 100 says; "Media 100i is now compatible with Media 100 HD and Media 100 sw. This allows you to seamlessly move media between systems."
Is there a way I can preserve timecode and export clips from HD to 8.2.3a. Any suggestions appreciated.
Re: Going from HD to 8.2.3 by Floh on Mar 28, 2006 at 4:38:00 pm
If you have digitized in the Media 100 i codec you should be able to fast-import the digitized clips into Media 100 i and keep the TC that way. Locate your video clips in the Finder, copy them to the Media 100 i system and import them there.
Re: Going from HD to 8.2.3 by Wayne Abler on Mar 28, 2006 at 11:18:23 pm
I think my problem is network related. This morning I transfered the files via ethernet and I couldn't get them to open on the 8.2.3 system. They will play back in QT player and the get info command shows they're Media 100 NTSC but they won't import to a bin.
This afternoon I copied the same files from my HD system to a firewire drive and everything opened up just as you would expect.
I can live with sneaker-netting with a firewire drive but for very small projects, the ethernet is faster.