I'm using a Blackmagic card to capture the S-Video signal from a VCR, capturing home videos. NTSC. The audio capture on the BM card is broken and clipped, so I also record the audio in Garage Band which comes out perfect.
I crop-zoomed, matched the audio, deleted the audio junk that came off the BM card, and now every kind of render or export makes the application crash.
I finally gave up, put both of the same source-files into iMovie to synch the audio and video, and it worked perfectly, only it's kluged compared to the perfect copy I have on Premier Pro that just won't render...
I assume that I need to match formats in and out. What settings would you recemmend to avoid rendering crashes?
I am trying to capture NTSC on a Blackmagic Video capture card, and the audio on the line-in port, I am capturing the BM video into Premiere Pro CS6, and the audio I am capturing with Garage Band.
I can make these files into just about any format you want. What I can't do is tolerate PP CS6 crashing trying to render a 5 minute video when I am trying to burn entire VHS tapes to DVD for my friends.
Cheap-o free iMovie manages to make video from these files, that Adobe Premiere Pro cannot. Difference being thet PP cleans up a LOT better than anything iMovie ever dreamed of.
Please help me set this up so that I can render DVDs from a VHS capture.
I've 16GB of RAM, and I have not one, but TWO SSD's in my mid 2009 Mac Pro. Technical capabilities are not the issue, Adobe Premiere Pro constantly crashing on render or export (even for 5-10 minute videos) is the issue.
So if anybody could please help me set up my captures to make my VHS to DVD conversions work, a lot of people beyond just myself will be very happy. Thanks!