With the DSLR, are you running PrE 9, or earlier?
The reason that I ask is that PrE 9 added DSLR Presets.
I just got the PRE 9. Trying my luck with the video. I just want to maintain the 1080p.
I just finished running a test. I had loaded into my computer the video from the EOS7d. It's running 1080P 30FPS. 1920 X 1080. I don't see that with any format All I see is 720. So as near as I can tell this program supresses the 1080P in liu of 720. Not what I am looking for. According to the book I have on the camera. "it is a true 1080p" So why should I be content with 720. Any suggestion? I don't think the program has DSLR support!
>1080P 30FPS. 1920 X 1080. I don't see that with any format All I see is 720
As you have already noticed, I don't think 1080p will work, only 1080i or 720p
Why are you not using the project settings for DSLR 1080p? This is precisely the type of video it's designed for!
Hmm... guess I was wrong about 1080p
I know I've read messages about 'p' not working, but maybe that was at a particular frame rate... and a different camera
That's correct, John.
There is no project setting for AVCHD 1920x1080 at 50p or 60p.
But video from DSLRs can be shot in 1920x1080 using 24p, 30p or 29.97p.
In fact, I show you how to set up a project with the proper settings in part 1 of my free 8-part Basic Training for Premiere Elements tutorial series. SATX, why not check it out?
I have the EOS 7D to record in 1080P. Why should I record in anything less. It's evident that PE9 doesn't make it wasy. I will r3ead your book first. I can always archive the video for future processing in 1080P. For the time being I will try 720. I am disappointed in PE9 not being able to process my 1080 video correctly.
You will find that professional software should support the 60p format.
No program under $200 will fully support 60p at 1920x1080.
>fully support 60p at 1920x1080
I only use 1080i with my Canon Vixia (AVCHD) so I did not save any links... and the forum search won't work within a single forum... but I am **almost** sure that I've read over in the PPro side that it also will not work with that format, since such is not possible as an output format even on BluRay, and PPro therefore does not support that format for editing
But... without a working single forum search... I can't be 100% sure that my memory is correct
OK... using Google and entering this in the search window
site:forums.adobe.com simon 60p
I did find what I remembered... PPro will edit 60p, but you can't put it on a BluRay