2009 September 12th, 22:52
It's a tragedy that either:
- "ffmpeg" can't also rotate 180 degrees while transcoding (which would be great for flipped 35mm adapters like the cinemek or the jag)
- (or) I just don't know how to use ffmpeg
As for your .BAT file, I have a one-stop-fits-most python script that I use to manage still, video, and audio tracks. A plus for me is that it runs under Mac, Windows, or linux. I just put the card into the reader and run the script, it recognizes the contents of the card and archives it all appropriately. I'd love to have it do transcoding too!
2009 September 17th, 09:11
what program would be best and easiest to do editing?
i want to make a movie in 24p and i have a pc.
i know nothing.
Last edited by davidkenneth; 2009 September 17th at 09:17.
2009 September 24th, 13:30
I have a small yuv4mpeg filter that can rotate and flip. Pipe the output of ffmpeg to this filter and immediately pipe it back into another copy of ffmpeg for encoding.
Originally Posted by Joker B
2010 February 4th, 20:42
I wanna thank everbody here in this thread for all the advice on workflow. I just got my S11 yesterday and with your help I now have an effective workflow to get great quality out of my Camera. Im using TMPGEnc Xpress v4 7 4 299 to convert the files and the load them into Priemier CS3. I export them out of PP and then if I need a smaller file, back into TMPGEnc Xpress it goes. The smaller video is excellent quality and Im hard pressed to see any noticible difference between the two except the big one opens full screen in media player and the smaller one does not open so large. I had so much trouble getting pro results outta my HV20. The S11 is just puttin smiles on my face with the quality it produces.