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So, what do you think about it and why not? The red render line is attractive so it makes sense, unless Z7 is less than Z8 for a different price. The first thing to check though would be whether CF is indeed more compact than MS, because when it rains...the REAL specification no longer holds. With current temperatures I need URGENT HELP since the heating no longer works despite the red line on the top.
Happy New Year and if the OP and me made no sense, it is due to the lacking subtitles and the timeline Jo made while exporting the CF to MS in the oven at CS4 below degrees without filling the beans jar. Makes sense now, or not??
How to ask questions the smart way
your answer is not even funny - just wasting time...
>your answer is not even funny - just wasting time...
It was a little bit funny. ;)
Please go back to the main CS4 forum page and click on the big letters that say, "How to post a question to get help quickly". No one can help you without more information from you.
sorry, but I thought I gave all details...
I am working with MATROX RT.X2 and AME (ADOBE MEDIA ENCODER).
No such export-template for native m2t-files....
Only MPG, which has to be encoded into m2t with ... PROCODER or something else - also big time sucker...
In CS3 everything was available!
Jo, you can capture via Firewire from the CF-Recorder into the Matrox codec, such as Matrox I-Frame, and i think thats the best option compared to re-compress the files.
The capture will be in realtime so it takes more time than to transfer the files, but the editing experience and the result is better.
that would be stupid, because having m2t-files on a CompactFlash means just DRAG AND DROP into the timeline. That´s why I bought the SONY Z 7.....
I think I am going back to CS 3 soon - it looks very sad with CS 4..
Try without Matrox. That has helped quite a number of people. Maybe it will help you too.
I try it again:
which template of ADOBE MEDIA ENCODER (AME) is producing a clean m2t-file?
This got nothing to do with Matrox.....
>that would be stupid, because having m2t-files on a CompactFlash means just DRAG AND DROP into the timeline. That´s why I bought the SONY Z 7.....
Correct, but with the Matrox card i am afraid thats the only solution.
>This got nothing to do with Matrox.....
Yes it does, their cards do not edit HDV with a non-Matrox codec without a red render bar and/or colors that are way off.
Try to capture some HDV footage in a Adobe HDV Project and import that footage into a Matrox HDV Project and see if it works. FYI, it did not with their 3.5 drivers. That may have changed with their 4.0 drivers though.
Did you update Matrox to cs4.0.1 compatibility?
yes I did - 4.01...
I also miss the MATROX MEDIA ENCODER.....
It is not showing up like in CS 3....
"Availability of the Matrox RT.X2 and Axio 4.0 software
The Matrox RT.X2 4.0 release will be available for download from the Matrox website free of charge on December 22, 2008. The Matrox Axio 4.0 release will be available in February 2009. Current RT.X2 and Axio customers must obtain an upgrade to the new Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 version 4.0.1 software from Adobe in order to use the Matrox 4.0 releases."
I was actually talking about the Matrox 4.0 upgrade they release week and a half ago NOT Adobe's 4.0.1 (assumed you already had that).
everything fine here.... MATROX 4.0 and ADOBE 4.0.1 are installed...
Again: the problem is, that there is no chance to export a native m2t-file, which I urgently need to work with..