9 Replies Latest reply: Mar 14, 2013 2:13 PM by the_wine_snob RSS

    Re: Can you import 1080 60P material in Elements 11, as an example from a Panasonic HDC-TM900 camcorder?

    GH3Panasonic

      It is not about a slow computer (míne is new and fast) or an apple computer (I use windows 8) but it's about video quality and editing usability. Down under are the specifications of my camera, you can see the panasonic has different options and the MOV 50p had better quality (because of the higher bitrate), it is easier to use then the highly compressed AVCHD with video editing and I can use it also on a MAC (if I would like to). That is because I use MOV (and professionals like it too). So I need a MOV 50P setting and nog the AVCHD setting (I already installed the AVCHD setting as described above). It is true the panasocic is new and it is not very common in the consumer market to use MOV (most camcorders use AVCHD indead) and most DSLR don't have the 50p resolution yet it is still rare these days.

       

      I hope there is anybody with a solution (I wish someone good give me a MOV 50p setting for PE11 and I'm happy!)

       

      these are the video specifications of the Panasonic GH3

       

      MOV (H.264) resolution, frame and bit rates 1920x1080 (60p/50p): 50Mbps
      1920x1080 (30p/25p): 50Mbps (IPB), 72Mbps (All-I)
      1920x1080 (24p): 50Mbps (IPB), 72Mbps (All-I)
      1280x720 (60p/50p): 50Mbps (IPB), 72Mbps (All-I)
      640x480 (24p): 10Mbps
      MP4 (H.264) resolution, frame and bit rates• 1920x1080 (24p): 50Mbps
      1920x1080 (30p/25p): 20Mbps
      1280x720 (30p/25p): 10Mbps
      640x480 (30p/25p): 4Mbps
      AVCHD resolution, frame and bit rates 1920x1080 (60p/50p): 28Mbps
      1920x1080 (60i/50i): 24/17/13Mbps
      1920x1080 (24p): 24/17Mbps
      1280x720 (60p/50p): 17/13Mbps
      Audio44.1kHz Mono (Internal Mic), Linear PCM
      File FormatsMOV, MP4, AVCHD

       

      I will continue at a new discussions (because originally it's about panasonic 60p and that is indeed AVCHD like most camcorders and that solutions works):

      http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1169776