I've never tried that software, but I'd say it's not normal.
Unfortunately, I don't have any ideas about what might cause the delay. Is it only the rewrapped media, or the original too?
Does that include the time to Conform the Audio, in the file?
What sort of Durations are you dealing with?
What are the specs. of your computer?
i could kick myself in the dairy-aire. I did not set clipwrap to prores 422, so the compressor used was h264. So i am having to edit this in FCP.
for people using clipwrap. ALWAYS use prores.
Glad that you got it sorted out.
Yes, but now i am pissed at my former self who skipped one drop menu and added 3hrs to my workflow. 4mins due tomorrow I might add.
Remember, Billy Crystal as a contruction worker on SNL...... I hate when i do that. lol
The beauty or timesavings of ClipWrap is the quick process of Re-Wrapping your files. If you're using ClipWrap to Transcode to ProRes, then you've waisted your money as this is what AME does.
Re-Wrapping is Quick, whereas Transcoding can take a while. I've found that the Re-Wrapped files are still a booger for me to edit so I Transcode w/ AME.
Re-Wrapping will only take minutes. Transcoding may take hours.
AME cs5 does not transcode mts as far as i have seen. Plus the files become more bloated through transcode than really neccessary.
I normally do not transcode or wrap mts for premier. Premier handles it quite well even without MPE to boot. Still less rendering than FCP7 with prores trancoded files. I had not used FCP in a long time but this project made me remember why i love PremierPro. I might just get an adobe logo as a tattoo now.
Time would not allow me to transcode the h264 but i was able to cut and export without major incidents. Lessons learned.