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Re: ARRI FCP workflow - LUT's & converting .ari sequences to .dpx?!

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Peter ChamberlainRe: ARRI FCP workflow - LUT's & converting .ari sequences to .dpx?!
by on Oct 19, 2011 at 1:19:17 am

Without the XML you have to manually select the matching .ari files, put them in the Resolve Media Pool and then you can render the clips as dpx with source timecode so they will match the original .ari timecode. Resolve is very fast at rendering so depending on the amount of source material it may be easier to render everything that you think VFX needs.. its will take a bunch of storage but may save time. Only you can tell depending on how much material there is.

Its common for the workflow for such projects to be defined prior to starting so you can make the file names match, or at least have reel numbers and timecodes that are different for every shot. Resolve can also conform from folder path, file name and reel number and even use the comments in an EDL but in each case establishing the working process prior to the edit, in fact sometime prior to the shoot, makes a world of difference at post time.

Try a test render of the .ari to dpx, use source mode in the render page and you will gauge how long it will take to render all the shots for VFX with the LUT.
Peter


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