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Old 27th November 2008, 17:24   #1  |  Link
ghat
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DV to AVCHD guide

hi

AVCHD->MPEG4/AVC (highly compressed) codec based format used in new camcorders and hopefully supported by new gen players.

DV old tape based codec.

I have a number of DV tapes which I would like to convert to AVCHD, oh how I wish the new camera's had a DV input.. so I could convert the format in hardware... and not worry about mencoder and ffmpeg options and my CPU speed etc...

I would like to start this thread, for users who want to convert their existing DV media to AVCHD prefereably by hardware means, or by software means...
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I would like to start this thread, for users who want to convert their existing DV media to AVCHD prefereably by hardware means, or by software means...
Personally I've toyed with the idea of converting my DV footage to some intermediate progressive, H.264 intra or lossless.
But :
  • my versions of Premiere can't read it
  • what lossless format to choose for audio ?
so I bought an extra WD MyBook and stick to DV.

That said, a friend showed me his Canon HV11 just bought in Hong Kong (here it sells for 1300 ), and I'm drooling ...

I'd like to know whether AVCHD footage is intra-only or not.
Can you post an avinaptic or mediainfo dump of your AVCHD footage ?

cheers
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