Sat

20

Dec

2014

Workflow: Work Sony PMW-300K1 MXF with After Effects CC/CS6

Wanna a nice editing MXF footage in After Effecs CC/CS6 from Sony PMW-300K1 camera? Keep move on and know more?


Just be a good reader in the following article, we will get more knowledge on this main character, Sony PMW-300K1 camera. What you can learn here is how to get rid of the trouble of importing Sony MXF   files to After Effects CC/CS6 for a nice dispose.s to After Effects CC/CS6 for a nice dispose. Let’s do it!

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Fri

19

Dec

2014

Hot Topic on Sony A7II Review and Video Recordings

A brief introduction of Sony A7II camera Review and also some useful tips on output video recordings are allowed below.


Good news for those Sony A7II camera fans! The following page is specially written on t the topic of Sony A7II camera’s review and their attractive features. Additionally, some extra tips on how to convert our Sony A7II review and video recordings for nice editing or playback are also offered below.

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Tue

16

Dec

2014

Make Sony PMW-1000 XAVC Footage Accepted by Final Cut Pro

Have you got any ideas on how to make our XAVC files from Sony PMW-1000 camera smoothly edited in Final Cut Pro? Let’s move on!


In a word, this guide below mainly has a topic on Sony PMW-X1000 camera and the Mac hottest editing tool Final Cut Pro. As we all know the output footage XAVC cannot be directly imported in Final Cut Pro, in this article, you can find the best way to solve the problems well.

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Fri

12

Dec

2014

Let's Import Sony NX30 AVCHD MTS Videos into FCP

Summary: To imput Sony NX30 AVCHD mts videos into FCP without any trouble, you'd better encode AVCHD 2.0 format to FCP best supported Apple Prores MOV format before importing.

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Thu

11

Dec

2014

Let's Play Panasonic Lumix-DMC-TS1 MTS Videos on QuickTime

My friend shot videos with the new Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS1. After downloading the AVCHD Lite .mts videos from DMC-TS1 to iMovie 8/9/11 and exporting as .mov, the video is 2x speed faster than the audio in normal speed. QuickTime Player does not support the 720p MTS, and the VLC media player does not recognize the DMC-TS1 .mts files from built-in memory of the camera.

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