Ron P. wrote:Welcome to the forums,
The new 50 or 60fps video frame rates are not correctly recognized by VS. So are you referring to the frame rate, which is the FPS (frames per second) or are you meaning a file size data-rate of 50 Meg?
Ken Berry wrote:Al -- as a matter of both personal and possibly wider interest, can you output in exactly the same format i.e. true 720p AVCHD (as opposed to HDV) at 60 (or rather 59.940) full frames per second? If so, what command do you use in X3?
I know that I have tried to output 1080 at 30fps with high bit rates (36Mbps) and it will not do it.
The Canon XF Codec is currently compatible with leading software programs widely used within the video production and broadcast industries including those available from Adobe, Apple, Avid, and Grass Valley.
my camera is just released by canon. The specs say it records in 50Mbps MPEG-2 with 4:2:2 Color Sampling. then it says MXF file format. To see the camera search for Canon XF100 HD Professional Camcorder.
TheElectricalGuru wrote:So thats how it goes...i just asked the question and I am still learning...sorry as i will ask elsewhere.
Ken Berry wrote:Have you tried outputting to Blu-Ray mpeg-2, which certainly can have such a bitrate (or at least around 35 Mbps)?
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