1470 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 20, 2010 8:15 PM by Claude Lyneis
These means an hour goes to about 100 GBytes.
76 GB, but go on...
I need to send an hours length video via a USB 32 Gig flash drive to someone else for editing
Why limited by this? Get a usb HARD DRIVE and send it on that. Or...
Any suggestions on what format to compress it to to get it a factor of 5 smaller
Import as ProRes LT. But you need FCP 7 for this. Got that?
After some more research I realized I could reformat a flash drive to mac journaled extended and then just copy the whole AVCHD file over. This way a 16 GB flash drive is more than enough for an hour. When received, this can be imported by Final Cut Pro, iMovie or Final Cut Express just as you would download from a camcorder. Case solved.