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  • #16
    TMPGenc 4 Xpress is a great software. It is not expensive.

    http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/te4xp.html

    You can take a look at that one.
    TingSern
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    • #17
      thks.
      I'm just trying the trial version

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      • #18
        follow these steps but with different pixel size, you will get the idea
        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/dvd-to-avi.html (in your case, step 8 to step 10)
        Anton Strauss
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        • #19
          great it works fine with canopus HQ Fine codec !!
          I'll do this way until Conups alllow avc h264 codec in edius

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          • #20
            Oh great, and I just bought a Nikon D7000 but it has not be delivered yet.
            I thought Edius 6 could edit anything.

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            • #21
              hummm

              I'm a little surprised! Canon files are not a problem
              E6 would not open his file, but CS4 would!
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              • #22
                Édius is an affordable tool for editing videos. Dslr are affordable "camcorders". Be sûre that if nikon d7000 (and d3100) are massive commercial success, canopus Will soon or later include nikon vidéo codec in an édius update.

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                • #23
                  Unfortunately EDIUS cannot import the files from the D7000 without a conversion at the moment.
                  There are a few options: you can convert to HQ with thirdparty software. One method described earlier in this thread. Or if you have Qucktime pro you can open them and save as and then EDIUS will read those files.
                  I am waiting for more technical information. When I get it I will try to explain in more detail why.

                  So for now converting is the only option. Not the news you guys would like to hear but this is the honest answer.
                  You can still edit it. :)
                  Steve

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                  • #24
                    Nikon D7000 format

                    The new Nikon D7000 is a very popular 1080p camera, in fact it is difficult to find one. Most dealers can't get enough in.
                    The File format is .Mov with a video compression H.264/Mpeg-4 Advanced Video Coding.
                    Right now Edius 6 does not recognize the format, so I am now using TMPGEnc4 to convert to AVI HQ and it looks fine.
                    My question is, will a later update of Edius 6 support this file format?
                    Last edited by dreaux; 12-04-2010, 04:59 PM.

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                    • #25
                      I believe the compression should be H.264 ... not H.254 as posted.

                      If you refer to this article - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H.264/MPEG-4_AVC, there is a table towards the end of the article showing you the various combinations of encoding and the software implementations.

                      It is small wonder that EDIUS can support so many variations in the first place :-).
                      TingSern
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                      • #26
                        There is no need for speculation this issue has been posted before. At the moment the files need to be converted to be used in EDIUS.
                        As soon as there is a solution we will notify the community. :)
                        Steve

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by GrassValley_SL View Post
                          Unfortunately EDIUS cannot import the files from the D7000 without a conversion at the moment.
                          There are a few options: you can convert to HQ with thirdparty software. One method described earlier in this thread. Or if you have Qucktime pro you can open them and save as and then EDIUS will read those files.
                          I am waiting for more technical information. When I get it I will try to explain in more detail why.

                          So for now converting is the only option. Not the news you guys would like to hear but this is the honest answer.
                          You can still edit it. :)
                          Is there any news on a fix for this yet? I too just bought a D7000 and am extremely disappointed I can't edit in Edius.
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by andrew_hd View Post
                            Remux it with TsMuxer to m2ts. Edius does read AVC- it just need to be in m2ts stream to be decoded by Edius internal engine.


                            Andrew
                            That may work but given the popularity of this camera, I figured a real fix would be in the future.

                            EDIT: I tried it and it crashes my system.
                            Last edited by cdoyal; 01-11-2011, 06:53 PM.
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                            • #29
                              Save as option in quick time helps edius to recognize mov files with sound without reencoding, also I've noticed that, if record video without sound edius adds video with no problem. Video from Nikon d3100 hasn't any of these problems with edius. I suppose that the difference is in sound recording: D7000 PCM 16bit 4800kHz stereo, D3100 mp3 16bit 22kHz mono. So until a patch will not be released we may use "save as" option of quick time pro.

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                              • #30
                                D7000 editing

                                I think the question many of us would like to have answered is: Is a fix in the works?
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