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  • Sun, Jun 17 2018 9:31 PM

    Please help wiht GoPro footage importing

    I am a broadcast journalist in the UK and sometimes use a GoPro. I edit on avid media composer.  All so far so good. But I have noticed that if there's any movement on the GoPro shots, there is often some judder. The workflow I have been using so far is to convert the raw gopro footage using MPEG streamclip. Then import that file into avid. 

    What I would like to know, if possible is.

    1/ what are the best settings to have the GoPro on to get a broadcast friendly file? 

    2/ what is the best way to import this file into avid media composer so that it is high quality and smooth, with no judder. I have asked around and everyone seems to have a different method, which seems to involve interlaced/non interlaced, incorrect shutter speeds on the go pro, and not converting it to the correct kind of file.

    For info, my go pro settings are PAL, res 1080, FPS 50. 

    I would greatly appreciate your help....!

     

     

     

  • Thu, Jun 28 2018 6:31 AM In reply to

    • tommix
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    Re: Please help wiht GoPro footage importing

    "The workflow I have been using so far is to convert the raw gopro footage using MPEG streamclip."

    Convert to what?

    I'll bet somehow your 50p is being converted to 25p hence the judder.

     

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