Take that back. Get an HDV camera. That camera has some advantages over HDV. It also includes editing software and Blu-ray authoring software.
So if you can live with the included software, it may be worth keeping the camera. If you're set on using Premiere, something like the Intensity card from Black Magic would probably allow you to capture the footage in an editable format from the camera's HDMI port. This would likely be realtime as it would be from tape, thus somewhat negating some of the hard drive advantage, but that also applies to any HDV camera as well.
JVC 'cheats' the x resolution by a process known as "pixel shifting".
I myself am not a fan of the idea, I'd much rather have a full resolution chip. But the HVX from Panasonic also uses the pixel shifting technique, and users of that camera are quite amazed it the picture it produces.
All will be fine until you need to render. Unfortunately, AIC renders darker.
If you choose " Uncompressed" it looks fine, but plays very slowly. Something is wrong with PP.
Using a codec shouldn't yield darker video! This looks fine and plays fine.
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With PP, the frame rate is very low. Same MBP 2. Now, how do you get video into Premiere? Because you are only remuxing the MPEG-2 you must shoot at the frame size you will edit. I'm still working on the workflow so things may change.
The driver off of the disk is actually quite useless under any Mac Os JVC has released updated software but it seems to do nothing at all. 1. connect the JVC Everio Hard Drive camcorder to your mac via the included USB cable I just bought this cammera. the JVC HDD HD7 and all the files work . included software for OS X called CaptyMPeg or something like that too. . I recently purchased a JVC Everio GZ-HD7U and I have Adobe CS3.
I don't have anyone advising me Christopher, Premeire will work with that HD7. I purchased one a few weeks ago and I was a worried about the same thing. All you need to do to edit in Premiere is convert the.
It's really simple once you get the hang of it. All you need to do is drag and drop the.
At the right side, it will pop up a window to show you the added videos. Edit Tod video effects:To adjust Tod video contrast, brightness and saturation, drag the sliders to set separately in the "Effect" area. Trim Video:Choose one of Tod video you added, and click the "Play" button, it will show you two preview window, the left one for the source file, the right for the output file. At the below of the playback progress bar, there are two sliders, you can drag the first one to the point where you want to set start time, and the second to the point where to set end time.
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