1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 17, 2013 7:28 AM by Studio X
Rishi26 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)



I am a filmmaker, and I'm trying to cut together a reel from all of my different films. My early few films were shot on 16mm, and then 5D/7D, and then a few on RED. Ideally, I'd like to make QuickTime .mov files of each film, and bring them all into a new FCP project and cut together a reel, but it's not so easy.


- For one film, I filmed on a 7D, but recorded sound through an HVX, so the frame rate of the video and audio don't match. (23.98 video and 29.97 audio).


- For another film, it is a horror film that combines "real" footage with "found camcorder" footage. The film was shot on BOTH 5D AND HVX.



When I go to make a Quicktime movie from this sequence, it comes out wrong, naturally, because there are two different formats in the sequence.


How can I solve this issue, and make an .mov film from the sequence? Or, is there a different method to try, entirely?


Thank you!

Final Cut Pro 7, Mac OS X (10.7.5)