MXF, OP1a by jason levy 6 years ago Hello, I have to transcode some files to the following specs. I'm not to familiar with this format and I wonder if someone could help me out or point me to a setting file... High Definition 1920 x 108
Re: MXF, OP1a by Thomas Nord 6 years ago I believe what you are looking for in AME is the MXF OP1a XDCAM HD 50 NTSC 60i preset. That should give you a video file that is compliant with the specs you are looking for.
AME still wont open.. by André Bertel 6 years ago Hello, After some tryouts in different formats I found .avi that was clearly the best. But, since it's not compressed 30 seconds would most likely me 5+ gigabytes. So H.264 which I've used for some ti
Re: AME still wont open.. by Thomas Nord 6 years ago I'm afraid if it isn't showing up in Programs and Features then the system doesn't see it as being installed even though there are apparently files on the disk. At this point a reinstall is probably r
NO MXF export by Goutom Ain 6 years ago I am using AP cs6 but while exporting a video i am getting p2 movie and not mxf 0p1a export preset. Is there any thing i am missing. Adobe media encoder has the same preset but not in AP. Please help
Re: NO MXF export by Thomas Nord 6 years ago Exporting to P2 will give you separate audio and video files on the hard drive which is what the OP was referring to. Goutom, do you have the MXF OP1a option in Premiere Pro if you choose File Export
Achieving 150 Mbps by Raja Osama 6 years ago Hi everyone, I've produced a commercial, the broadcast specs required are: File format MPEG-2 elementary stream (.m2v file) Profile and level 4:2:2Profile@HighLevel (422P@HL) Bitrate 150 Mbps constant
Re: Achieving 150 Mbps by Thomas Nord 6 years ago The available bitrate is determined by the Level Profile you have selected. If you select 4:2:2 High you will be able to get up to 300 Mbps.
weird MXF behavior in CC by Tudor "Ted" Jelescu 6 years ago I use a lot of MPEG2 footage (.MXF) from a Canon XF300 and I never had issues before with this. I just imported some .MXF files from a shoot and I created a sequence with all clips. The whole shoot wa
Re: weird MXF behavior in CC by Thomas Nord 6 years ago The best way to add spanned media is using the Media Browser. If you are seeing more than one copy of a spanned clip in the Media Browser either it is not detecting the media properly as being spanned
Audio trouble when exporting .MXF files by Randy Burleson 6 years ago I am trying to convert my ProRes 422 Project to .mxf for the local PBS station. They require .mxf XDCam EX 4:2:0 35mbps. When I export to XMF using Adobe media encoder using the OP1a encoder setting a
Creating h264 w/PCM audio by Jeff Walsh 6 years ago Using CS6, OS10.8.5 I'm wondering why I can't make an h264 with PCM audio. I'm only offered a choice of AAC audio. What am I missing Thanks for any help
Re: Creating h264 w/PCM audio by Thomas Nord 6 years ago You are not missing anything. Additional audio encoding options were added to the Adobe Media Encoder 7.2 update released just last week. However PCM was not one of the options - MPEG and Dolby are th
XDROOT - XDCAM import by Chris Walsh 6 years ago Frustrated trying to convert XDCAM XDROOT structure files. Need to supply Pro Res of XDCam sources files to FCP 7 editors. - FCP 7 Log and Transfer doesn't see any clips (even with plugin). - Tried XD
Re: XDROOT - XDCAM import by Thomas Nord 6 years ago Adobe Media Encoder should work nicely for this task. If you need to concatenate the clips however you will need to start in either Premiere or Prelude.