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Old 11 May 2009, 02:24 PM   #1
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My video camera outputs file format *.mov and i want to be able to do some editing (something with a time line ) then save it as a file or burn to a dvd .
Can anyone offer ideas,this mov format is difficult as most software will not recognize it.
If it is does get picked up by software its either jerky or no sound.
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Old 12 May 2009, 12:18 PM   #2
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Hi Woodman,

1. Download AviDemux 2.4.4 http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/

2. Drag and Drop your trouble *.mov into it

3. Under Video Copy dropdown Tab pick Xvid

4. Under Audio Copy dropdown Tab pick MP3

5. Top left hand under FILE dropdown choose Video > Video Save > save it as *.AVI

Let it do it's thing ... and Say YES to everything ...

Now you should have an AVI file that your software should be able to manipulate easier.

Post back your result!

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Old 21 May 2009, 08:43 PM   #3
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Hi all,

I am new here and I have a similar problem to Woodman.

I have a HD camcorder that can record in 720p(60fps) or 1080p(30fps) in H.264 .mov format.

I want to edit this and I have tried Magix and Pinnacle software packages and neither will work with this frame rate.

Is there a package that can handle this or will I have to convert every single file into something else?

Please can you repond with all options?

Thanks in Advance

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I think he wants to do it without having to convert everything.

You can use YAMB to extract the elemental streams from a HD MOV (.264 and .aac, most likely), and then perhaps create a MP4 or AVCHD out of these might open up the possible list of editors you can use.
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Default high def format mov

I have a Sony HVR-Z1U. Its a HD camera. Id like to edit in standard def, then when Im done editing, convert to HD. It says you can do this in the Final Cut Pro manuals. However, I dont find any options to upoad in standard def in the capture settings. Is that camera specific? Am I missing something?
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I think he wants to do it without having to convert everything.

You can use YAMB to extract the elemental streams from a HD MOV (.264 and .aac, most likely), and then perhaps create a MP4 or AVCHD out of these might open up the possible list of editors you can use.
one of the tools i like best dealing with HD files is tsMuxeR

apart from transport streams it will also open mov, mp4, mkv etc and let you either demux/mux those streams or change the structure from mov => bd or bd to avchd etc

latest corel video studio or pinnacle are said to handle AVCHD material so they may be worth a try (in lack of a mov with 23.9x or 29.9x fps i cannot test this) but in case someone will be able to do so, pls report back!
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