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Re: Premiere Pro 6 to 5.5 frame grab comparison

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Dennis RadekeRe: Premiere Pro 6 to 5.5 frame grab comparison
by on Mar 16, 2012 at 12:55:37 pm

[Douglas K. Dempsey] "Right, isn't the idea to work in whatever native codec you shot, and then output according to deliverable: uncompressed, h.264 etc etc?"

Exactly. The cases where you want a DI codec are where the needs of the job vs. the performance of the codec dictate a DI workflow. For example, if you have an editor that loves to scrub around the media quickly and you're using DSLR footage (H.264), and your system isn't super beefy, then a DI workflow would be viable. Another example is where you need a proxy workflow because the editor is traveling to another location and you want to compact the project and then relink to the online media at a later date.


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