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  • Re: Batch Import of AVCHD Fails in MC6

    I'm running version 6.0.1.1. Additional information: I am importing into DNx115 format. And the same clip that fails to import on one try, may import successfully on another try. This all worked fine in MC5 and 5.5. Ken
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Batch Import of AVCHD Fails in MC6

    More info on AVCHD batch import failure: Now I am trying batch import on shorter decomposed AVCHD clips in MC 6.0.1.1, and it is failing on some clips as short as 12 seconds (smallest I have seen so far). When I start the batch import, there is a small window that says "Importing AVCHD file: 201204181354 ...". (The long number is my clip name
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Importing 4:3 photos in 16:9 Project

    I am just wrapping up a project that involved hundreds of photos in a variety of aspect ratios--not just 4:3 and 16:9. Using Adobe Lightroom, I was able to crop them all to 16:9 and change their resolution to 1920x1080, in batch, while I went off to supper. There were a few photos whose cropping I didn't like, so I redid them individually in Photoshop
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Ken Lent on Sun, May 27 2012
  • Re: Batch Import of AVCHD Fails in MC6

    I tried Batch Import overnight last night on the same big file as before, and this time it worked! (But I did not do anything different, so is this feature temperamental in MC 6.0.1.1?) Ken
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Fri, May 18 2012
  • Re: Batch Import of AVCHD Fails in MC6

    Thank you everyone for jumping in on this one, and glad to hear that Batch Import is working again in 6.0.1.1 for some of you! I installed the 6.0.1.1 patch and tried Batch Import on a long (44 minutes) master clip. The first time, MC crashed toward the end of the task. The second time, it logged an error message in the console, but I unfortunately
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Thu, May 17 2012
  • Re: Batch Import of AVCHD Fails in MC6

    Has there been any progress on fixing this six-month-old bug? The import/relink workaround worked for me on one clip, but MC refused to relink on a second clip, so I had to re-edit everything using that clip. In light of that failure, I can't trust the workaround to help rather than hurt. So now I will have to finish my project in DNx36. Avid, please
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Mon, May 14 2012
  • Re: No BCC?

    [quote user="BarkinMadd"] . . . I'd probably go for Symphony now if I could do it for the delta (i.e., ~ $400). [/quote] I agree with BarkinMadd: I am already ~$600 into v6, having bought MC6 for ~$300 and BCC8 for another ~$300. Finding it hard to justify throwing another ~$1000 into v6, but I'd upgrade to Symphony in a heartbeat
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Tue, Apr 17 2012
  • Re: Region Stabilize - auto zoom.

    I am seeing probably the same problem here. Using MC 6.0.1 Windows, I applied a Region Stabilize effect in a 1080p23.976 project, Model=Translational, with Auto Zoom and Progressive Source both checked. After rendering, it turns out that the image has actually zoomed in, BUT it is cropped incorrectly, so that a black margin creeps into the shot. It
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Ken Lent on Fri, Apr 6 2012
  • Re: Printing Frames From MC6 Video: Feedback and Question

    [quote user="Job ter Burg"] Baseline (Standard) - This JPEG format is recognized by all Web browsers. Baseline Optimized - This JPEG format option provides optimized color and slightly better compression. It is supported by all modern browsers, but was not supported in the very earliest of Web browsers. It's your best choice for JPEG files
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Ken Lent on Tue, Apr 3 2012
  • Re: Progressive DVD with Squeeze 8

    Forgot to mention that this new Squeeze 8 method only works if the video that you input to Squeeze is 23.976p to begin with. If you input a 59.94i video instead, you will get a 59.94i result. (I've also appended this comment to my earlier post.) My personal bias is that natively-shot progressive looks better than interlaced video. I don't like
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by Ken Lent on Thu, Mar 22 2012
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