1057 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 10, 2008 4:09 PM by Tom Wolsky
I am having a similar problem. I am using Snap Z Pro to capture a 960x540 section of the screen (that is 75% of a 1280x720 HD image). When I move the mouse or scroll text in the screencast, FCE just makes a mess of the screen.
I then export the movie to 640x360 to post online. iMovie handles all this great, but FCE can't handle it at all.
Does anyone know if the full Final Cut Pro can handle importing QuickTime video at different resolution any better?
The frame size is only part of the issue. More importantly is the codec used and the frame rate. For some reason the SnapzPro frame rate is always interpreted in Final Cut as 10fps. Combined with the Animation codec, which is the default, and you have significant problems in Final Cut. Using Photo-JPEG works better. iShowU also does not have this issue.