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Canon 7D And Canon VIXIA HFR100 On Same FCP Timeline Help

 
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Jul 31, 2011 23:36 |  #1

HI everyone I recently shot a promo video for a police/military group for my extra agency and due to scheduling issues of the two day shoot the first day was shot on Canon 7D and second day was Canon Vixia HFR100. Day 1 was shot with the breaching and clearing room group and Day 2 was shot with stairwell and hallway movements group so none of the actors appear in both cameras.

I'm using most recent Final Cut Pro (not the X thing). What is the best way to match footage? The Canon Vixia was shot as mov file at 1440 x 1080. So do I make the Sequence under those dimensions and have the 7D footage changed to that too? Will both work with each other fine on the timeline? Anything else I need to do? Thanks for any help.




  
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Aug 01, 2011 18:16 |  #2

Does the Vixia shoot at 60i or 30P? Either way, I would recommend transcoding them both in Compressor to Apple Res and then importing them into Final Cut.


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Aug 02, 2011 19:53 |  #3

It doesnt say when I go on the clip info if its 60i or 30p. I dont know compresser and they have so many different formats for Pro Res 422. I like MPEG Streamclip and was gonna log and transfer the 7D using the plug in for FCP. WIll stream clip or plug in allow me to do both>?




  
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Aug 02, 2011 20:13 |  #4

In FCP, when you go File -> Easy Preferences, you are setting the format for the timeline's video and audio. So, say you set it to Apple Intermediate Codec, 1080x1920p, 30fps, 48khz audio. Then, in MPEG Streamclip, you would need to process media from both cameras, and output to AIC 1080x1920p, 30fps, 48khz audio.


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