Sorry to say I get no answer from support :/
So... What software can I use to get proper IMX 50 .mxf video file?
I am on PC.
May I ask again about my problem?
Almost one year later and now my local TV station insists on delivering IMX 50 SD PAL (via ftp) and still I have no workaround for color shift on export :/
Could somebody export 1 sec of PPro CS5 timeline to .mxf IMX 50 SD PAL then import exported clip and compare it with timeline content?
Mind You, it has to be IMX SD, HD is ok.
I need an answer badly because I have not know if it is a Premiere CS5 error or only my sys problem.
BTW1: I do not know why Adobe support ignored me completely :/ Sad but true.
BTW2: Is there any (new) software to export/convert video to (.mxf) IMX 50 SD PAL format file?
Yes. Using this preset I get chroma shift mentioned above.
I checked this problem on other system running CS6.
Nothing fancy. Just one sd pal file on timeline exported using IMX 50 PAL preset. Back to timeline...
The same problem. Shame.
Meanwhile I use ffmbc to produce IMX SD PAL MXF.
I see this same problem on my Windows system. Exporting an IMX OP1a IMX 50 causes a rather dramtic shift in colour, particularly in the red and green channels. As this is the format that is becoming the standard in the UK for digital delivery, would anyone from Adobe care to comment?