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  • Wed, Jul 21 2010 2:59 AM

    • Marge
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    .TOD to .MOV

    Hello,

    I have a big problem. I have JVC Everio GZ HD7 who record in .TOD and to put in Avid i must convert in .MOV, after this step here my problem... I convert my files with TMPG ENC and it's a good prog, but when i put my files (.MOV) in Avid my files looks like Standart denifinition..  I have convert my files with the codec H264 1080x720. Import my files DNxHD 220 MXF. All my settings seems good and i don't know why i lost all my quality...

    Someone can help me please !?

    Thanks you!

  • Wed, Jul 21 2010 5:30 AM In reply to

    • luca.mg
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    Re: .TOD to .MOV

    Is the Avid display quality set to full quality (green mode)?

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  • Wed, Jul 21 2010 6:03 AM In reply to

    • mjolnarn
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    Re: .TOD to .MOV

    I created a tutorial for another user at the Liquid to MC forum about tod files, might be useful for you too.

    http://community.avid.com/forums/p/84370/476469.aspx#476469

    Even if you aren´t following that tutorial, it might give you some ideas, I would for example not use H 264 as a middle man, go directly to an Avid codec that will fast import instead.

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  • Wed, Jul 21 2010 2:15 PM In reply to

    • Joachim Claus
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    Re: .TOD to .MOV

    I have the same camcorder and use TMPGEnc Xpress 4.0 too. For codec settings you should select a valid HD format, i.e. 1920x1080 or 1280x720, but not what you described (1080x720). Then, in the codec settings select DNxHD120 (Format 1080i, or 720P). Select RGB as color space. You will get transcoded files which can imported into MC. If you run MC5, you can use "Connect AMA to files" from MC's Files menue. This is much faster and does not create new video and audio files - it uses the converted files directly.

    Joachim

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  • Thu, Nov 8 2012 2:44 AM In reply to

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    Re: .TOD to .MOV

    Hello, In fact, this problem is easy to solve, you can try Bros TOD to MOV Converter this software, this software can be effective to deal with these problems, many users choose to use this software, and the software continuesupdated sound more powerful.

    TOD to MOV Video Converter has the ability to convert TOD files recorded by JVC hard disk DV and some Panasonic models to mov video format with original video quality and simple steps.

    More useful information, please visit the website:

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