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  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    Yeah I figured. Thanks!
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Tue, Jul 10 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    [quote]Ok, so basically it's not pointing to the correct clips. Did you at any point in your edit do any Consolidation of your clips or anything that would change the duration from what it might have originally been? When dealing with QT files Avid actually only reads the frames (not TC) so, if you use frame 100-500 from a QT source that is the
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    First of all, yep my clips all open fine in Quicktime. I just tried a couple different DNxHD options instead of 1:1 (good idea) but it gave me the same problems. It seemed to actually do the whole 'try to fit (the wrong) 30 seconds of footage into 4 seconds so I'll speed it up' thing a bit more, but I'm still not getting any correct
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    Okay, so I figured out that the 264 clips was because it was doing clips multiple times (because they appear multiple times in my sequence?). Anyway I tried an experiment and just tried to Batch Import one clip (by checking "skip this clip" for the rest), and manually pointed it to the correct clip on my HD. This clip is a .mov and opens fine
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Sat, Jul 7 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    So I duplicated the sequence, opened it and hit Batch Import, and selected 1:1. It said it couldn't find a few of the clips, so I just said ignore because I wanted to know if it would work at all. A couple problems: It said there were 264 clips to import, which is definitely the number of clips in my entire project, not just in that sequence. Not
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    Ohh it will do that automatically? That's cool. Problem is I have like dozens of different clips in my sequence so this will be a pain. Thanks again!
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    Okay so if I go through all my footage in my bins and batch import the correct clips at the highest resolution, will I have to then manually re-edit them into my sequence? Is there a way to just replace what's there currently with the new stuff?
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    My original files are .mov files at 1920x1080 - recorded from a Sony F3 camera using an AJA Key Pro Mini which converted them to Apple ProRes 422 files. HD. How can I recapture/import at full resolution then? Can that be done by transcoding? Thanks for your help!
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • 411 vs 1:1, etc!

    Hello - I am working on a project, and when I imported all my clips, I had DV25P411 selected. From what I understand people recommend working this way. Now I'm ready to export a best-quality version to give to my color corrector, etc. But when I export "same as source", my original 1920x1080 (what the camera captured at) is now 720x486
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: Exception: A serious error has occurred/AMA/etc

    My guess would be that MC is trying to reconcile the new media found on your drive (that was just plugged in) with your current AMA stuff. I wouldn't recommend connecting or disconnecting drives while your project is open.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by RyanCB on Thu, Jul 5 2012
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