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  • clivew
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    Many many thanks
    clive

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  • THoff
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    The video format uses anamorphic (non-square) pixels, that's not the same as it being 4:3. After you load the video into Edius, right click on the file in the Bin window, select Properties, Video Info, and choose 16:9.

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  • clivew
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    Can anyone confirm that if you use the AVCHDtoHQ converter the converted files are 4 x 3 and not the original 16 x 9? If this is so is there anyway that the conversion can be made in 16 x 9 as per the original?
    Many thanks
    Clive

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  • Deeter2
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    Thanks!
    Was looking in the GV website thinking that Canopus had shut down already.

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  • THoff
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    If you are going to use the AVCHD Converter with video from a Panasonic HDC-SD3, you should download an updated version (V1.02) of the converter from the Canopus Japan site:

    ftp://ftp.canopus.co.jp/pub/jp/drive...erter_v102.exe

    The HDC-SD3 records more horizontal pixels than earlier models, and the AVCHD Converter on the US support site doesn't handle the video correctly.

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  • Zorro
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    Just log in

    http://www.canopus.com/support/suppo...er.php?lang=EN

    and then choose either the EDIUS Pro v4 or the General Utilities download section.

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  • Deeter2
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    Zorro,
    I am lost with the changeover and cannot find the place to download this utility.
    Also for you and Clivew, did it preserve the quality during the conversion??
    Thanks in advance

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  • clivew
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    Many thanks to you all - downloaded the utility - works like a charm.
    Best wishes
    Clive
    Last edited by clivew; 05-13-2007, 04:12 PM.

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  • Zorro
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    You'll find the so called AVCHD-to-Canopus HQ Conversion Utility in the download section.

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  • jaegersing
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    Hi Clive. I don't think you can do it, but there is a utility you can download from the Canopus/GV website that allows you to convert the AVCHD files into Canopus intermediary HQ codec. It works very well.

    Richard

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  • clivew
    started a topic AVCHD (m2ts) Files

    AVCHD (m2ts) Files

    Can someone help please - how do I import AVC/H.264 files into Edius Pro 4?
    Many thanks in anticpation.
    Clive
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