“Is anyone working with media recorded on GFPak via an Ikegami GFCam HDS-V10? We just started working with the Adobe production suite, and I can’t seem to find any reference to the best way to import clips recorded to a GFPak. In Avid, the GFPak mxf (which I believe is similar but not identical to XDCAM) must be transcoded to a different codec to allow for playback and storage. Does anyone have a workflow suggestion for removing clips from the GFPak to the storage harddrive, and what format/codec conversion might suit the clips’ playback best?”
Ikegami HDS-V10 employs a new image device and superior video processing, the EditcamHD achieves 1000TV line of horizontal resolution, 56dB (target) of S/N ratio, and F10 (target) at 2000lx for sensitivity. Power consumption of the camera head is only 32W (target), comparable to SD type camcorders.The latest compression codec is used to retain the superb picture quality in the recorded clips. Utilizing MPEG-2 HD Long GOP-50Mbps/ I frame 100Mbps Multi CODEC with an MXF File Wrapper ensures the widest compatibility with existing industry infrastructure, metadata and non-linear editing (NLE) systems. However, when you tried to import some Ikegami HDS-V10 MXF files to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC7, you just find that this may be a hard work. Got frustrated? Keep reading for a brief how-to on the simple process, which guaranteed to import your Ikegmai GFCam HDS-V10 MXF files to Premiere Pro for smoothly editing.
[Guide] Ikegmai GFCam HDS-V10 MXF compatability issues with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC7
Downloading the App- U2USoft Video Converter Ultimate for Mac.
Step 1: Connect Ikegami HDS-V10 into computer, and open the U2USoft mxf converter to import files you want to convert.
Step 2: Hit the Format box and select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas –> MPEG-2(*.mpg) or WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv) as output format.
Tip: How to choose the best comaptible format for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC7?
Windows users: To get 5.1 channel wth aac, please choose MPEG-2. If you wnat to get a smaller file, you’d better choose WMV format’
Mac users: If you choose MOV as the best format, you can directly play the covnerted video on your comuter with QuickTime, VLC, ect players.
Step 3: Click on “Settings” to redefine output quality. You can also set a different video resolution (1920×1080/1440×1080/1280×720/720×480), frame rate (24p/30p), bitrate, audio channels, etc. For users who would like to retain exactly the same settings (without any quality loss), set target settings the same to source video.
Step 4: Click “Convert” to start transcode Ikegmai GFCam MXF to MPEG-2/WMV for Adobe PP CS5/CS6/CC7 editing on Mac OS X 10.14 Mojave, etc.
After conversion click “Open” to find the resulted videos effortlessly. Then, you can import Ikegmai GFCam HDS-V10 files to Adobe Premiere Pro CS5/CS6/CC7 for playback and editing without any obstacle.
If you wanna edit Ikegmai GFCam MXF with FCP X/7/6 on Mac, please read: How to Edit Ikegmai GFCam HDS-V10/HDN-X10 MXF in Final Cut Pro X/7/6 on Mac?