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Re: Real World Editing: From Avid to FCP and Back Again

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Shane RossRe: Real World Editing: From Avid to FCP and Back Again
by on Jan 13, 2012 at 6:10:57 am

Premiere is actually worse than FCP when it comes to multiple editor workflows and offline/online editing. BMP has very specific needs, and those include converting the footage to a low data rate "offline resolution" codec, and the converting only what is used in the cuts to full res during the online phase. Premiere doesn't do that...it doesn't have it's own codecs...no offline codec, no online codec. It deals with footage natively. And even natively the file sizes and data rates are too big.

The workflow Mark and BMP use is something that Avid was designed to do from the start. It's at the core of what it does, and that's why it does it well.

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