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Shayne WeykerRe: Best format to compress raw T2i footage to for editing?
by on May 1, 2012 at 3:39:03 pm

Buy more cards for the shooter. Every hour or so stop shooting for a bit and download the last hour worth of footage to a computer, specifically to a dropbox-linked folder shared by the separate video editor you hire for all these shoots. That will get you a head start on the transfers. If this means you have to upload from a laptop you may need a 4G cell modem. Don't forget to buy lots of Dropbox capacity.

I agree you shouldn't transcode the camera's h264 to anything lower bitrate for editing.

--Shayne Weyker


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