Latest post Tue, Aug 14 2012 9:40 AM by camoscato. 1 replies.
Page 1 of 1 (2 items)
Sort Posts: Previous Next
  • Tue, Aug 14 2012 6:33 AM

    • JulieDole
    • Not Ranked
    • Joined on Fri, Aug 3 2012
    • Posts 6
    • Points 75

    AMA relink to native Canon-sourced vid vs. import MXF files from orig = dropped frames?


    I'm trying to understand if I'm missing something here…

    I'm cutting some footage shot on a Canon camera, cutting in MC6.  I want to use a previous rough cut left by another editor, but the project won't AMA relink to the original / raw footage.  AMA relink just fails - everything is grayed out.

    I have both the relevant Avid AMA patch and the Canon AMA patch downloaded & installed.

    Still, the existing timeline/cut refuses to relink to the raw footage (MXF).  I tried various levels of folders in the project - nada.  The producer prefers me to relink instead of importing since he thinks importing will result in lost/dropped frames.

    It seems to import MXF fine - though I haven't viewed it yet... just finishing importing

    Is there some protocol I missed?  it seems like it should be pretty straightforward if relinking is going to work, but the raw footage is grayed out when I'm supposed to select.  The producer wants me to re-install al the plug-ins, but I already just re-installed the canon  AMA - no change.

    Will re-starting the Avid make a diff?

    Thanks!

    Filed under: , , , , , ,
  • Tue, Aug 14 2012 9:40 AM In reply to

    Re: AMA relink to native Canon-sourced vid vs. import MXF files from orig = dropped frames?

    Hi,

    What Canon camera, and how did the footage originally come into the system?

    ciao,

    Carl 

    Media Composer 2018.12.1 w/Symphony/SS/PF options, HP Envy 17t-j100 Quad Edition laptop, Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i7 2.4GHz, 16 GB RAM, nVidia GeForce... [view my complete system specs]

    "There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who only consider the price are this man's lawful prey."  - John Ruskin (1819-1900)

     

    Carl Amoscato | Freelance Film & Video Editor | London, UK

Page 1 of 1 (2 items)

© Copyright 2011 Avid Technology, Inc.  Terms of Use |  Privacy Policy |  Site Map |  Find a Reseller