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Panasonic P2 Problems in Final Cut durring "ingestion" or Importing


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#1 Steve Goodloe

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Posted 01 April 2007 - 09:39 PM

Ive been having trouble with this for a while now and wanted to see if anyone else was having the same trouble and knew how to fix it.
When I am importing the film i am currently working on using the whole import Panasonic p2 menu thing in Final Cut 5.1.4. I have some problems.
First off this doesn't happen to every clip just a few..
I will watch and name each clip in that importing window and then click add to render queue. For the majority of clips this works just fine. However, occasionally some clips will not import correctly. I can watch it in the menu screen just fine but when its imported the "Media Map Indicator" (the little Circle next to every clip) will only be half full. It shows full when its ingested everything, half when only part and empty when it hasn't ingested anything.
I have a clip that plays just fine in the import window, but when i import it, it plays back at 2fps...

Is there a way to make it ingest the whole clip? If it already has ingested part of it? Is there a way to fix this.
Basically does anyone know if I can save these files or are the corrupted?
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#2 Steve Goodloe

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Posted 10 April 2007 - 04:37 AM

Figured it out, for most of the clips. Right Click, go to preferences and click off the check box that is there.
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