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Apr 10, 2009 21:19 |  #2

uh, what the heck is iMovie?


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Apr 10, 2009 22:03 |  #3

A free, crappy piece of editing software. Dont get me wrong...its fine for the normal movie-compiling joe/jane for making low-moderate reso youtube videos...However, I could hardly expect it to work with full 1080p files...not a surprise here.


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haa =) yeahh I can't even save my work with it. Final Cut Pro/Adobe premiere for me xD




  
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Apr 10, 2009 23:15 |  #5

merp wrote in post #7707076 (external link)
To resolve this issue, import footage from your Canon 5D Mark II in large format (960x540) instead of full-size format.

So in other words, down convert your excellent HD video to barely above standard resolution video.

Cool! :mad: :lol:


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Apr 10, 2009 23:23 |  #6

This is the 5D MkII's fault how?


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DDCSD wrote in post #7707869 (external link)
This is the 5D MkII's fault how?

not at all. who said their was a fault!




  
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Apr 11, 2009 00:57 |  #8

Normally when I say "That damn xxxx" (Usually "that damn dog"...) I imply that whatever I was describing with the "damn" part was at fault for whatever my issue was. :lol::lol:


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Apr 11, 2009 01:32 |  #9

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Doctor: then don't do that.
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Stop using iMovie. :)



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Apr 11, 2009 01:48 as a reply to  @ Brett's post |  #10

I thought crashing was all about MS apps. :eek:


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Feb 16, 2010 18:48 |  #11

Then for mac users, what video editing programs do you use? imovie 09 is obviously out of the equation now, but I only have Final Cut Express not the Pro... Hmmm...

If anyone is using FCE to edit HD videos from 5Dmkii, are there any flaws or cautions that I should be aware of? I'm asking because I'm really interested in purchasing the 5dmkii, and would like to fully explore all capabilities it has to offer.

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Feb 16, 2010 19:42 |  #12

I don't shoot movies, yet, but I do recall hearing those that are getting paid using the 5DII/7D for video that they first convert to ?? using ?? before bringing it into Final Cut.

sorry...can't be of more help.


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Feb 16, 2010 20:45 |  #13

NomaD5 wrote in post #7708352 (external link)
I thought crashing was all about MS apps. :eek:

iMovie is on a Mac...




  
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Feb 16, 2010 22:22 |  #14

wow.

I have an 11 page conversation with Apple on their online store Chat, from '06, where I play the customer looking to import video of my grandchildren - they try to sell me an $18,000 computer setup.

Good ol' Apple - god bless them for trying


BTW, i'm a Mac and PC user, so it's all good.


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Feb 16, 2010 23:38 |  #15

Damn... What about us Linux users? ;-)a

Erik_L wrote in post #9624289 (external link)
wow.

I have an 11 page conversation with Apple on their online store Chat, from '06, where I play the customer looking to import video of my grandchildren - they try to sell me an $18,000 computer setup.

Good ol' Apple - god bless them for trying


BTW, i'm a Mac and PC user, so it's all good.


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