Category Archive: Avid Media Composer

Aug 06

Import Canon C100 Mark II MTS to FCP/Premiere/Avid for Editing

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The Canon C100 Mark II Digital HD Camera offers all of the advantages of its predecessor while adding advanced new imaging and operational features by popular demand. In addition to improved RGB video processing, the camera’s dual codec capability supports simultaneous AVCHD and MP4 recording, including 59.94P capture along with slow and fast motion recording. “I have …

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Jun 10

Panasonic DMC-G7 4K to Avid Media Composer Workflow

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Panasonic has introduced the G7 to replace the G6, and it sits just below the Panasonic GH4–but alongside the GX7. That’s a lot of G numbers, but basically, the G7 is the company’s mid-range compact system camera. Formerly the preserve of professional filmmakers and photographers, LUMIX G7 is opening up the world of 4K to …

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Apr 15

Convert HC-X1000 4K MTS to Avid Media Composer for Editing

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Firstly, I have to admit that it’s indeed a good idea for us to edit HC-X1000 4K MTS in Avid MC. Unfortunately, Avid Media Composer doesn’t support 4K MTS files. You may ask why not Avid cannot support 4K MTS videos, due to the best video formats no matter for HC-X1000, we need some other …

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Mar 18

Make Panasonic HC-V550 MTS Compatible with NLEs

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The HC-V550 is Panasonic’s latest mid-range camcorder and is the update to the Panasonic HC-V520 from almost exactly a year ago. After shooting some footage with HC-V550, you may want to edit them in FCP, iMovie, FCE, Premiere, Avid and etc. However, you may also face the problem that these NLEs don’t recognize HC-V550 AVCHD …

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Nov 13

Methods of Editing Sony PXW-X500 in Avid Media Composer

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For a further dispose of editing Sony PXW-X500 files in Avid Media Composer? Why not take the measures mentioned we suggested in the following paper? Normally for some professional videographers, they must know much o how to edit camera footage in some popular editions, but with more and more products released on the digital market, …

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Oct 23

Transcode FCP ProRes to DNxHD MOV for Avid Media Composer

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Nowadays for so many professional video editors, it’s not an easy matter to move footage from one editing tool to another. Because of the limitation of different codec, indeed we need the converting assistant. However, after searching on the web, have you found out the suitable ones? Or in other words, do you get the …

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Oct 20

Get FCP ProRes into Avid Media Composer with DNxHD MOV

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Hi guys, have you met the trouble of importing videos from one editing tool to another? With the non-native video formats they output we can’t easily work them together. Just as one friend said like this: I have a project that is edited in FINAL CUT PRO 7, PRORES 422 (HQ). Turns out that (surprise!) …

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Nov 12

Import Canon HF G30 AVCHD/MP4 to Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer for Editing

The Canon VIXIA HF G30 is a prosumer camera?that shoots 1920 x 1080 Full HD video in either AVCHD or web-friendly MP4 format. It also supports Native 24p Progressive Mode recording, which will give your footage a more cinematic look.?Videos are shot in AVCHD up to 35 Mbps and recorded in full HD 1080 60p, which is not supported …

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Jun 28

Convert Sony HDR-SR10E AVCHD MTS to DNxHD MOV for Avid Media Composer

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HDR-SR10E is one of Sony entry-level Handycam series with high video quality and high definition, as well as Face Detection and Super SteadyShot for automatically beautiful pictures. It records 1080i HD videos in AVCHD file structure with extension of .mts, and the integrated 40 GB hard disk drive enables you keep lots of compressed mts …

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May 20

MXF to Avid-Ingest Sony F65 MXF to Avid Media Composer 6.5/6/5/4 on Mac

In 2012, the Sony F65 grabbed attention with higher resolution than any previous digital motion picture camera. Plus extremely low noise, even in the blacks. Plus a wider color gamut than print film. Plus 16-bit linear RAW and 10-bit SR File recording. No wonder the F65 was quickly chosen for productions of every type. Now with Version …

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