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DoubleX
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Hello VideoHive!
I have a question. Right now I’m working on a project which includes footage recorded by a camera. I’m recording it in 1920×1080 progressive 50fps, AVCHD format (container .m2ts which is common for Blu-Ray movies). My question is: do I have to convert it to quick time .mov? Every converting degrades quality. It will be a part of the zip archive with the project file and as far as I know only .mov files are allowed as pre-renders and mp4/mov/flv files for tutorials.
Thank you.

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Farley_Design
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Did you consider the project size? There is a 500mb limit… ;)

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DoubleX
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I know. RAW video is 47 seconds long and has 139MB. :bigwink:

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cyzer
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Good one Felts! Nice link, very useful :)

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DoubleX
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Well I’m Windows user, maybe I’ll find something similar for windows. Also I have decided to create project in 720p so I believe quality after transcoding won’t be a problem. Thanks anyway!

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