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    My timeline is set at 1440X1080 I have a deposition on timeline in Avchd @ 1440x1080. I am trying to export out 1280x720 Avchd, I enable conversion then advanced then change video format. It's says "could not use the selected format please confirm settings" Is this export not possible??
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  • #2
    I believe 1440x1080 is interlaced and not square pixels and 1280x720 is progressive with square pixels which may be the problem. I had the same sort of issue with a 60P 1920x1080 project that I wanted to export a Bluray file. I exported a HQ file then brought into an interlace project and all was well. You may try doing the same. Export to HQ file then start a 1280x720 project and bring in the HQ file. EDIUS doesn't like to change from interlace to progressive or the other way around in a project but seems happy to deal with any file on the timeline. You will have to select the deinterlace and scaling approach.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Michael1962 View Post
      My timeline is set at 1440X1080 I have a deposition on timeline in Avchd @ 1440x1080. I am trying to export out 1280x720 Avchd, I enable conversion then advanced then change video format. It's says "could not use the selected format please confirm settings" Is this export not possible??
      what is the frame rate and field order in the project settings

      is project setting on 8bit (not 10bit)

      what frame rate do you set when you change video format in advanced?

      I tested with 1440x1080 50i project and changed to 1280x720 25p and it worked fine

      you can also change your project setting to 1280x720 and then export with no issue, you won't even need to change anything in advanced

      when done exporting, switch project back to 1440 (takes two sec)
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      • #4
        Just tried on my my system too and it works fine 1440x1080 60i to 1280x720 60P.

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        • #5
          Thank you for all your responses. I checked my camera setting and it's 8-bit and the timeline setting is at 8 bit. The only setting I changed Was 1440 x 1080 to 1280 x 720. All the other selections Say "Current project settings" With drop frame. I did as you stated Anton about changing the current project settings No change. I also started a new project and tried to export from there Same response. I also have Edius 6.1 Installed on my Windows 7 laptop. Tried the same things from there, No luck. Could be a glitch In the 6.1 software? I ended up Exporting out as mpeg-4 and that works, Thanks for all the help!
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          • #6
            He is in Orlando Florida so it would be 60i. I still can't understand why he cannot output 60P as I can do both in EDIUS 6.08 and EDIUS 8.2 see attached which is from a 1440x1080 60i project in EDIUS 6.08
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            • #7
              This is a deposition. Court reporting agencies have been VERY far behind in keeping up with tech. In Texas they still want Mpeg1. Florida wants Mpeg2. Now some new court reporting agencies are starting to move forward, This new one wants it Mpeg4, quicktime, avchd in 720p. I can create the mpeg4 just not in avchd. It also helps with FTP deliveries instead of burning dvd and mailing out.

              Ok I tried to export out 1280x720p @ 59.94p. I was trying to @29.97. It worked at 59.94p. Cool!! Thanks.
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              • #8
                there is no need for 60p export

                please watch carefully, a 1440x1080 29.97fps interlaced project can be exported to 1280x720 29.97p with your EDIUS

                the only thing you won't have is the Lanczos3 downscaling
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                • #9
                  But I think the US broadcast standard is 60P not 30P especially for AVCHD. My NX5U which only shoots 1920x1080 interlace will shoot 1280x720 60P AVCHD. I have the option for 1920x1080 at 30P but not for 1280x720.
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                  • #10
                    I don't know anything about the US Broadcast requirements

                    29.97p and 59.94p will be fine for 1280x720 as a file format

                    I was not aware the the OP needs to broadcast the file
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                    • #11
                      I do not know either but his customer may have asked for that to be a standard.
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                      • #12
                        Your discussion about depositions and Broadcast are usually 2 completely separate things. As you have mentioned, Depositions are usually mpeg 1 or mpeg2. The others formats are slowly creeping in.

                        For Broadcast, it is normally 1920 x 1080i though if stations use P2 it is 1440 x 1080i. Most ABC stations use 1280 x 720p. Each station may have a different requirement, but a lot use .mxf (mpeg mxf or Intra mxf).

                        Of course that can be different if they are still one of the holdovers that use FCP (though thankfully that is disappearing).
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by More4K
                          Still needs deinterlacing, but to "single" fps which is easier (but won't be a standard file).

                          Besides- your are exporting AVC MP4 file not AVCHD.
                          ahahhh, does he want an m2ts file and not mp4?
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