Mixing formats HDV/ AVCHD

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    • #46284
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hi,

      Just wondering if anyone can give me some tips for editing two different formats?

      I have a Canon 60D which shoots avchd and I’m getting a Sony V1U which is HDV.

      Can anyone give me some advice? I’m buying the Sony camera next week Thur, unless it’s more of a hassle mixing formats.

      Thanks a bunch

    • #190964
      AvatarWoody
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      I mix in premiere pro all the time. I’ve even thrown in SD and used Red Giants instant HD on it in the same timeline.

    • #190965
      Avatardoublehamm
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      Most NLEs these days are seamless with footage. Stick it in together, mix it up, and it works like magic! Just make sure you output your final video to 1920×1080 (assuming that is what your AVCHD cam will shoot at). It might default to 1440×1080 (HDV) especially if it is the first clip added – but it is an easy fix.

    • #190966
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Okay, great. That sounds good to me. I thought it would be okay but, I was not sure.

      I guess I just have to watch what frame rate I’m recording in as the sony I think can record 60i. The canon can not.

      Thanks

    • #190967
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Would it matter if I was mixing formats in Final Cut Express???

    • #190968
      AvatarRob
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      Jen,

      While I’m not particularly experienced with Final Cut Express, I believe it does handle both HDV and AVCHD. Unfortunately, I don’t believe FCE allows for exporting less compressed codecs, such as 8-bit Uncompressed, ProRes, or even DVCPro HD.

      I would stick to Premiere if you’re working with multiple formats.

    • #190969
      Avatarchuckzootz
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      most professional editing suite can handle the mix But some time i use quick media converter form cocoonsoft ware, I works well and it is free to download and use.

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