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  • Aspect HD files into Edius

    Ive always use dPremier pro but am having lots of problems with it at the moment as I have just started using HDV. I have just downloaded the Cineform Aspect HD program and captured about 800gb of footage, however, Im finding quite a few problems with using it. If I were to start using Edius could I use the files that Ihave already captured using Aspect.

    One of the problems that I had with Aspect wa that I could not view any colour correction with out rendering and obviously this takes way too much time and is inefficieant. Is this a problem for canopus.

    please help as I have a tight deadline and need a solution ASAP

  • #2
    Hum ... footage in Cinfeform Aspect in Edius ... probably no.
    In m2ts , yes.
    With Codec Canopus HQ , it's easy to edit HDV in Real Time with a "standard" PC : Core 2 duo + 2 Go mem.
    With NX card (+ YUV), you can see the real colors on a HD monitor.

    Just download it : Free Trial and like it !

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    • #3

      I think that you would get the best results by recording using the Edius HQ codec, depending upon your PC, it may be possible to convert to HQ as you download.

      If would help, send me an email as I live in the UK and we may be near one another and you could see Edius in use here.


      [email protected]


      • #4
        Unfortunately I have no rapid solution for you - compatibility with Aspect HD files is only possible in EDIUS v4.5, which is not yet available.

        The only "today" option is to reingest in HDV (making it compatible with any HDV editing software - but very taxing on the realtime performance), or convert to the Canopus HQ codec for editing in EDIUS.