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  • istvan
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    Hi,

    thank you for the tipps. I do not know if it was a problem. I have some SD-Footage only (720 x 576) being encoded with 2Mbits. It should go...

    Regards,

    I.

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  • tingsern
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    100% agree with that. I convert AVCHD to Canopus HQ first - use Glass Valley's tool for that. Edit using EDIUS - no problems at all. NEVER input AVCHD files directly into EDIUS. It will choke - even on my 8 core 3.2Ghz Xeons ...

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  • THoff
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    I would agree with Stormdave, H.264 is a good acquisition and delivery format, but it isn't practical for editing.

    If you have H.264 source material, transcode to Canopus HQ for editing, and when you're done, output a new H.264 file.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    H264 is very heavy. Maybe if you convert it to Canopus HQ first, you should be fine.

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Currently EDIUS can only edit H.264 in either Quicktime or AVCHD flavours.

    Other containers such as AVI or MKV are not supported.

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  • istvan
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    H264 in Edius

    Hi,

    which is the best container and audiocodec if one would like to edit H264-Videos with Edius 4.61 Pro?

    I mean Quicktime and MP3...

    Has anybody else a better idea?

    Thanks,

    I.
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