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However, you may be able to find a copy if you Google hard enough. It will convert just about anything to anything. Another suggestion is ffmpegx Google for it.
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It too can convert almost anything to anything It's free P. Best suggestion is Visual Hub. Thanks for the information because i completely forgot about that application. General discussion.
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Generally, linking formerly AMA is the best way to go. The idea is - whatever you can import, you're now also able to link. Linking gives you access to the media immediately, and when you transcode, you have Avid-native MXF media anyway like you would with an import - and you can still link back to the original media any time you want.
There are a few exceptions HDV, media with an alpha channel, maybe audio and graphics where I often consider importing instead of linking, but otherwise, linking is the way to go. As for the actual media - in GoPro studio, is there an option to convert to. My thought is that GoPro installs a Cineform codec, which it uses to create its files. Therefore, Avid might be able to see the Cineform codec's QuickTime component, and connect the dots and realize it supports the formal. You will need to at least rewrap, maybe transcode those files using an external application - perhaps Adobe Prelude, or one of the Sony Catalyst programs.
There was Cliptoolz, but they're gone now.
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At this point, be VERY careful when searching for video converters - as odd as it sounds, there's a lot of spam by shady companies that are heavy spammers - the article Speaking With Spammers will give you some insight into what to watch out for. Many of them go around posting on forums too. Seen them here at times. AND, find a good way to deal with the XAVC-S material - in a way that keeps its native format, links in MC, and accounts for any spanned clips you have if a clip records more than 4 GB and therefore gets split into multiple files.
Hope this narrows down what you might be looking for, and that someone else has definitive answers.
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Peter Lightowler: Do not convert Hero4 files - simply "Link to media" and then transcode if you need. You needn't import Hero4 files to the MC.
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Should be good to go.. Can we go back to the way audio nodes used to be selected? Having to shift select nodes or add an in and out is time consuming and counter productive. At least make it an option.
I was under the impression that it does not. It was pulled because of conflicts related to licensing of the ProRes codec on Windows - but there may yet be a link to it if you look carefully Great, thanks - sorry, I've never used the format, I wasn't sure.
I'd read many threads on these forums related to XAVC-S from as recently as a few weeks ago, and was under the impression that nothing had changed. Peter, if the plugin does indeed support XAVC-S, you want to make sure that you're linking to the right folder. I am happy to report that the GoPro files that are converted to.
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Alternatively, you can stick with natively linking to the original files. Maybe Cliptoolz or another utility - maybe Sony Content Browser can help you there? Not sure. AVI not compatible in MC8. Latest post Tue, Sep 1 Sat, Aug 29 2: