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Re: dcine-X transcode to ProRes Proxy not recognized by QuickTime

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Felipe FentonRe: dcine-X transcode to ProRes Proxy not recognized by QuickTime
by on Oct 19, 2010 at 6:35:42 pm

Hi,
We found this to be a problem writing the quicktimes to networked drives. For some reason the RED software didn\\\\\\\'t want to write anything over 2.15GB to these drives (even though it went through the whole process and marked the clip as exported with no issues). Our workaround was to create a folder on the desktop of the computer that had RedCine installed and configured a folder action that would move all files from this folder to the destination folder of our choice. We then exported everything from RedCine to this folder. Worked like a charm. The only issue we found with this was that the folder action would always leave one or two clips on the desktop folder and we would have to move them manually, but it wasn\\\\\\\'t a huge deal. Hope this helps!


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