.MOI .MOD video types

.MOI .MOD video types

Post by manon1whee » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:23:34


hi! i got my new mac and i downloaded the trial for Adobe Premier.

but i ran into a few problems. when i first opened the application i
chose to start a new project. but it gave me all these options.

it gave me a few options for each of these:
DV-PAL
DV-NTSC
DV-24P
HDV

i have no idea what these mean.

im filming in wide screen (16:9) and i dont own a fire wire.

i think the HDV means "hard disk video" but when i click on the drop
down thingy nothing appears.

i finally just picked the wide screen (16:9) 32kHz option under DV-PAL
what do you know? another problem...

when i went to import clips from my camera it turns out that premier
doesnt support .MOI and .MOD video files.....

what do i do?

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Post by pedrotejad » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:25:39

I think that HDV means High Definition Video... but I'm not sure...!

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Post by manon1whee » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 14:29:45

thats probably what it means.

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Post by tadaniel » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 15:03:36

Quote:

> DV-PAL
> DV-NTSC
> DV-24P
> HDV

*DV* denotes digital video.

*PAL* (--_P_-hase -_A_-lternating _L_ine-) is a color encoding system
used in broadcast television systems in large parts of the world.

*NTSC* (-_N_ational _T_elevision -S-ystem _C_ommittee-) is the analog
television broadcast system used in the United States, Canada, Japan,
Mexico, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, and some other countries.
Television engineers I've worked with wold tell you that NTSC acronym
really stands for -_N_ever _T_he _S_ame _C_olor-

*24p* refers to a video format that operates at a true 24 frames per
second (or typically, 23.976 frames per second when using equipment
based around NTSC frame rates) frame rate with progressive scanning
(not interlaced).

It isn't on your list, but *ATSC* (-_A_dvanced _T_elevision _S_ystems
_C_ommittee-) is the digital television broadcast format which will
replace the analog NTSC television broadcast system by February 17,
2009 in the United States and August 31, 2011 in Canada.
*
HDV* denotes -_h_igh _d_efinition _v_ideo-. *HDV* stores 16:9 (that's
the "aspect ratio" - the length of the picture versus the height of the
picture - standard definition TV is 4:3) high definition video on *DV*
tapes, supporting both 720p and 1080i (*NTSC* and *PAL*).

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Post by manon1whee » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 03:39:47

so which one should i use?

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Post by corbi » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 04:22:14

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> hi! i got my new mac and i downloaded the trial for Adobe Premier.

Congrats on buying a good computer! :)

I'd recommend using iMovie. You'll have less trouble figuring out the
settings.

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Post by 1-wheeled-grap » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 04:48:42

I presume your making a unicycle video, because this is RSU! oh well, I
don't care :D
I am currenly using Adobe premire to make my video, its cool software.

I am making mine in DV-NTSC, and there are options of
-standard 32kHz
*-standard 48kHz*- -I'm using this one for my video, its ok for me-.
-wide screen 32kHz
-*wide screen 48kHz*- -I presume this one would work for you.

-I'm not quite sure what a fire wire does, but surely you can just use
a USB and save them to your computer, then import them in to adobe.

I am not an expert though, so don't take my advice as true fact, just
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Post by stevoram » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 05:17:06

Use hdv and if you ever use a standard def camera use NTSC which is the
North American standard.

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Post by manon1whee » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 05:31:31

im using standard def.

and what about the .MOD .MOI files.

my computer wont even play them and when i go to import them into
premier it wont let me select them.

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Post by maximus uniu » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 05:30:38

I've heard that the easiest thing to do is capture the video from your
camera to your computer using iMovie, then importing those clips into
Premiere. I also highly recommend getting a firewire cable. Much
faster, much better quality. You can find them for around $15 I think.

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Post by manon1whee » Fri, 11 Jul 2008 11:11:41

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Post by manon1whee » Sun, 13 Jul 2008 05:57:17

so.... can anyone loan me software?

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Post by manon1whee » Wed, 16 Jul 2008 01:37:58

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> so.... can anyone loan me software?

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