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  • Thu, Apr 11 2024 6:07 AM

    • zonik
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    Feature-Wish: advanced Framerate Conversion during Transcoding

    Withing Transcode/Consolidate menu there is the option to convert the media to project framerate. But this always is a conversion from the media's original framerate to project framerate. It would be great to convert from the framerate set in the clip's source setting menu. Why? When altering 24 fps or 23.976 fps to 25 fps on the fly (like keeping source framerate and alter it in clip's source settings) MC alters the audio too. Otherwise it would be out of sync. But when exporting an AAF it relays on the original framerate of the audio and the trouble begins: A new framerate video with an old framerate audio.

    There are two options to solve the problem: at the 'import' point (Transcode/Consolidate) or fix it at the 'output' point (AAF export) It would great if Avid can offer one at least. Thanks.

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  • Thu, Apr 11 2024 10:38 PM In reply to

    Re: Feature-Wish: advanced Framerate Conversion during Transcoding

    zonik:

    Withing Transcode/Consolidate menu there is the option to convert the media to project framerate. But this always is a conversion from the media's original framerate to project framerate. It would be great to convert from the framerate set in the clip's source setting menu. Why? When altering 24 fps or 23.976 fps to 25 fps on the fly (like keeping source framerate and alter it in clip's source settings) MC alters the audio too. Otherwise it would be out of sync. But when exporting an AAF it relays on the original framerate of the audio and the trouble begins: A new framerate video with an old framerate audio.

    There are two options to solve the problem: at the 'import' point (Transcode/Consolidate) or fix it at the 'output' point (AAF export) It would great if Avid can offer one at least. Thanks.

     

    Hi zonik,

    I just logged this as a feature request.

     

    Thanks,

    Ajay

  • Thu, Apr 11 2024 10:38 PM In reply to

    Re: Feature-Wish: advanced Framerate Conversion during Transcoding

    zonik:

    Withing Transcode/Consolidate menu there is the option to convert the media to project framerate. But this always is a conversion from the media's original framerate to project framerate. It would be great to convert from the framerate set in the clip's source setting menu. Why? When altering 24 fps or 23.976 fps to 25 fps on the fly (like keeping source framerate and alter it in clip's source settings) MC alters the audio too. Otherwise it would be out of sync. But when exporting an AAF it relays on the original framerate of the audio and the trouble begins: A new framerate video with an old framerate audio.

    There are two options to solve the problem: at the 'import' point (Transcode/Consolidate) or fix it at the 'output' point (AAF export) It would great if Avid can offer one at least. Thanks.

     

    Hi zonik,

    I just logged this as a feature request.

     

    Thanks,

    Ajay

  • Fri, Apr 12 2024 5:46 AM In reply to

    • zonik
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    • Joined on Sat, Jan 15 2011
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    Re: Feature-Wish: advanced Framerate Conversion during Transcoding

    Thank you!

    Media Composer 8.8 Windows 10 Pro [view my complete system specs]
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