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  • Export Movie??

     Michael Benton updated 11 years ago 2 Members · 3 Posts
  • Robin

    June 22, 2011 at 11:18 am

    Hi everyone,

    I’ve installed, edited some random footage from 7D un-transcoded to ProRes. When I export movie (using current setting and h264), I get picture corruptions every 2 seconds. Combination of green, pink, and blue drop frame through the entire picture. Has anyone else experienced this?

    The work around I found is to Share -> Apple Devices and the results were fine. However, the export too a long a$$ time.

    I would prefer export as ProRes then render using Adobe Media Encoder. Got CUDA power!! Hehehe.

  • Michael Benton

    June 24, 2011 at 5:24 am

    Heyya Robin:

    Yeah – I have a minorly similar situation. I record a lot of video game footage via Hauppauge HD PVR to EyeTV software and export from there in a native (not transcoded) H.264 format. I was ‘so looking forward’ to FCPX since it was supposed to save me a massive amount of transcoding in compressor and save me lots of disc space by working with H.264 ‘natively’.

    Unfortunately – i get the same image corruptions every 2 seconds and green/black blank frames periodically. Just goes to show that one H.264 is not like the other.

    I will have to try it again after the OS X update that came out today to see if that fixed it.

    Here is hoping that it “magically” works soon.

  • Michael Benton

    June 25, 2011 at 2:39 am

    Is anyone else having issues with H.264 files in FCP X. Whether I reference the original file or transcode in ProRes in FCP X i still get the missing/skipping frames every second or two. Other H.264s I use have not problem at all. Help!

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