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October 22, 2011 at 3:54 PM #201788
Luis Maymi Lopez
- Premiere Pro CS5 let’s you edit AVCHD clips without the need of converting to another format. Edit in your camcorder native format.
- Rendering times varies from computer and the complexity of your project. If your computer is not powerful enough, the rendering times will take a long time. Also, if your project has lots of effects and color correction, it will increase the rendering time. With my Macbook Pro (2009), a 45 minute project takes approximately 5-8 hours to render in H.264.
- For best results render your video in MPEG2-DVD and import to Encore (H.264 also works great). You can also import an HD video and Encore will transcode it to SD.
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