if anyone would be interested in commenting on my weakest link I would be obliged.
Your camera. Ideally use only I-frame models (DV, DVCPRO HD, RED) and skip using models that temporally compress the media (HDV, AVCHD, XDCAM HD, DSLR, etc.)
Thanks for your reply I am not a professional so I need something bottom end pro ,my cameras specs are
Weighs 1.4 kilos ,very small hand held , records onto inexpensive sdhc cards and has two slots , records at 1080p 35mbs per second , records at all frame rates , it is Pal or NTSC , records in Windows or Mac format (editing can be done straight from the card) , Fully auto or manual , has OIS , XLR inputs (removable) ,on board stereo mics and 3.5 mm stereo mic input , HDMI AV and component out , Cost £2000.00
I would be very interested to hear your suggestions as to an alternative because when doing my research I couldn't find anything that came near in a sensible price range but then I am inexperienced
How did you setup your sequence? XDCAM-EX HQ? Or did you import the footage and use the New Item icon?
Thanks for your reply , Yes I setup the sequence using XCAM-EX 720P which I learned from a tutorial video ,you did try to help me before on the PPCS4
forum and we all agreed that it was a compatibility problem , this was confirmed by Adobe who promised a fix in CS5 ,For the time being I have to transcode my files to MP2 first .
Hello All , I have just used PPCS5 with some new footage and it was fine but I did take care to keep the audio level well within the limit on the camera ,It seems as though it might be affected by recording at higher audio levels .