Submitted by weiwei2012 on Tue, 11/06/2012 - 08:57
IMX to AE CS6-Import Sony XDCAM HD MXF, IMX to After Effects CS6
Though Adobe claimed that "Premiere Pro CS6 software provides native support for Sony XDCAM, XDCAM EX, and XDCAM HD (including XDCAM HD 50) cameras and content with no transcoding required, smooth importing, strong metadata support, real-time editing, and flexible delivery options", lots of people get stuck in importing Sony XDCAM .mxf footage to Pro CS6/AE CE6, here's a post form adobe forum:
This 2012, I went in China for 4 weeks, I bring my Panasonic Camera with me, and Shoot in FullHD 1080p50.
I wasn't sure, I can edit anything in 50p, but Kdenlive work well with it!!!
Kdenlive worked very weel, only one crash (at the beginning because of the music, I think). For the rest everything was perfect, the last rendering use only 10 minutes, but 9 Go of RAM !!!!
I use ffmpeg for the transcode to webm, 360p25 ans 720p30 / I reduced the framerate.
Animation short film realised par Ariane's neighbourhood (Nice / France) kids, with support of "CCAS Le Village" and JMF, for an holiday's project of ACSE.
Production / Technical support : Katia Vonna Beltran - La Boîte
Original music : Wilfrid Houssin
Creation of "Yvonne", the Mobile Studio Box : Louis Dollé
Editing : Jérôme Blanchi - TransMission Libre
Software : Kdenlive + The Gimp + SynfigStudio + Avidemux
How to import TS video into Final Cut Express for editing as the FCE doesn't support .ts files? Is there an easy way to convert TS video to FCE support format videos? With which tools can you edit TS video with the Final Cut Express?
TS, short for Transport Stream, is a communications protocol for audio, video, and data. TS to Final Cut Express Converter brings you the easiest, affordable way to import .ts movies into FCE accepted video: MOV (*.MOV), DV Format (*.DV) and MPEG-4 Movie (*.MP4).
Encode Olympus E-PL1 AVI to AIC codec for iMovie/FCE
Summary:Follow the guide below you will know how to import Olympus E-PL1 AVI video to iMovie with AIC codec.
"I added an E-PL1 with the kit lens and the 40-150 to my bag last March. Since then, I've become addicted to it and almost never touch my FF DSLR (may actually sell out of the FF stuff next year)."
Anyway, a couple of nights ago I had some spare time and thought I'd try shooting a video footage of the sunset from my back deck. E-PL1 has bigger body (good size to me, heavier and feel very solid) and the movies are in AVI format and it IS possible to get iMovie on the Mac once you convert the AVI to Apple InterMediate Codec.
AVCHD Editor- Sony/Panasonic 60p 50p AVCHD into slow motion with Final Cut Pro
Nowadays many cameras and camcorders can record full HD 1080P 50p/60p videos, such as MOV and AVCHD 50P/60P files. The 50P/60P AVCHD files are good to maintain the quality of the video, but they are not easy to use. For example, if you want to edit recorded AVCHD footages in FCP X on Mac, you can't import 50P/60P AVCHD videos to FCP X directly, the FCP X doesn't support 50P/60P videos for editing.