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  • rapcon
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    Also works in Edius 5.5 :)

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  • arioch
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  • arioch
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    Excellent news,
    (I wish it would also have included a FULL HD 25fps recording.....)

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  • pjsssss
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  • pjsssss
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    Excellent news

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  • GrassValley_SL
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  • GrassValley_SL
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    Files recorded with the new firmware also work correct in EDIUS 6.

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  • paulinemjohnson
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  • paulinemjohnson
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    D7000 firmware

    I have downloaded the software, recorded a test movie and it opens in Edius Neo 3 fine!

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  • GrassValley_HT
    Grass Valley

  • GrassValley_HT
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    D7000 Firmware Update 1.02 is released.

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  • GrassValley_HT
    Grass Valley

  • GrassValley_HT
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    next firmware

    The issue of MOV stream inside provided by D7000 will be fixed at next Nikon firmware.
    Please attempt to use the next D7000 firmware of Nikon, after will be uploaded. maybe 25th JST

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  • GrassValley_SL
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  • GrassValley_SL
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    The files of the D7000 are not within "spec" is all I can say at the moment.

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  • antonsvideo
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  • antonsvideo
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    have Nikon confirmed that their files are according to spec?

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  • Zoop
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  • Zoop
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    Nikon fix

    O.k. it can be solved with Quicktime, but still time consuming (no batch conversion) the other options have filesize limitations.
    I wonder if and when this will be fixed in E6

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  • arioch
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  • arioch
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    Hi there,
    I found an alternative to convert properly D7000 rushes

    use the 'super" Soft, then de-mux video then re-mux video using "direct stream copy" (so that video quality remains unchanged), and audio using aac codec.

    Actually, the matter with D7000 and EDIUS si not video but audio, which is a strange apple native codec..

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  • GrassValley_SL
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  • GrassValley_SL
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    Please take any camcorder and off topic discussion to the lounge any discussion regarding the issue and workarounds are welcome.

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  • SoundFreak
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  • SoundFreak
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    There are simply too many formats and flavours, the whole industry is a mess.
    Everyone claims they have the best solution and forces that upon their customers, a reall pity, the end user has the power to do something about it yet every small step up we purchase and use with all the included problems along .

    Real sad..........

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  • tingsern
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  • tingsern
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    Originally posted by cdoyal View Post
    I think the question many of us would like to have answered is: Is a fix in the works?
    See your answer by Steve above. Wait for GV to announce the fix.

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  • cdoyal
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    Originally posted by Zoop View Post
    So i opened Nikon D7000 footage in Quicktime and did 'save as'. and covert in edius into canopus HQ.
    Now my 1min. footage did grow from 160mb to 800 mb. is this O.K.?
    And, i think, i can only select 1 file at the time: no batching or is there any trick?
    I just did a "save as" in QT then dropped it into the timeline with no problems. I didn't look at the file size though...

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