Canon hf11

For benchmark, I used a dual core computer. Kdenlive profile: ATSC 30fps. Video footage shot in 30fps shows that software decoding is not fast enought to display all frames in real time. Also, there seem to be seek problems, which make the image sometimes garbage. This may not change with a quad-core computer. So I added "unsupported" to avoid any misinterpretation.

If you have a direct URL to some additional footage, please let me know answering this post. Please don't use Rapidshare, rather a direct link to your web space.


I'm using 0.7.5 on Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty x64 on a Sony Vaio VGN-FE41Z which has Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 @ 2.00GHz.

With Playback preferences set to "Drop B frames on H.264 clips" I'm finding it is quite workable to directly edit complex projects with the Canon HF11's 24mbps AVCHD 1920x1080 60i files.

There are video artefacts and some seek skipping but that is to do with ffmpeg and if you are able to build and install ffmpeg from the developer repository these are being progressively fixed.

Is this still actual?
Using 0.7.6 (Jaunty package), it seems that the preview as well as the render are working well - without artefacts and sounds problems.

I don't consider the computing time as it is a hardware feature and it does not influence the ability to render .MTS videos.

I would say that the camcorder is supported now (as well as the sisters HF100 and HF10).
Waiting for confirmation...

I tried 1080p with 0.7.6. dual core. Everything is perfect.
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