I have a clip that was shot on a Panasonic AG HMC 40 in 720p 60 mode.
I have Created a custom sequence for this clip and it edited and worked fine in the timeline.
When I go to export it, the only options are frame rates up to 50fps. I have to have a MPEG 2 TS file.
I have read in these forums that it is best to export to the same settings as the source footage.
How do I make it possible to export out 60 fps (59.94).
I should note that the Telecommunications company requires an MPEG 2 TS file for playback.
Curious...why did you create a custom sequence for your 720p60 footage? There is a standard preset for AVCHD 720p60 that works great.
As for MPEG output options, you probably are limited to 50i (PAL) which would be 25fps or 60i (NTSC) which would be 29.97fps. The 60i output should work fine for 60p source footage. However, I haven't got a clue what custom settings you made in your custom sequence so that could be botching up the whole operation.
As for "best export settings" and other recommendations, this is the general workflow (not 100% universal, but pretty close for most editors). Sequence format is dictated by source footage. If you have mixed formats or framerates, then you can just use a sequence preset that most closely matches the majority of the clips. Then you do your final formatting based on the destination of the file. So you'd export a file that is compliant with whatever display technology you are using (web, TV, etc) and standards (NTSC, PAL, YouTube, Vimeo, etc).
So yes, MPEG2 TS with 720p60 footage means you probably want to do 480i (29.97)
Hope that helps!
Yes I know that I can set it to TS Multiplexing but then i can't export it using the 60 frame rate....In the dialog box the only options are 50 and down.
Is there any way to add 60 as an option for frame rate in MPEG2
I have the 5.5.2 update....I think that is the most current?
It is odd, because the only options are up to 50.....
Is there anything else I can do to make exporting to 60fps possible.