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Palle PlanetpryglerRe: Scratch for more than just colorgrading? smoke alternative???
by on Mar 12, 2012 at 10:09:52 am

Hi Daniel

Yes I can remember the XML/HTML export, but what about the native scratch project?

I our case, we have 5 identical (software/hardware) suite setups, and we have all our projects files and media on a SAN. It is really important to us that a project (at the moment: FCP, nuke, AE, PR, PS, etc.) can be opened in any suite and moved to or opened in one of the other other suites, by an other person, as smooth and quick as possible.
For instance that is really easy with nuke comp's, because they are just located on the SAN in a simple folder structure that goes something like this: /SAN/project/comp/blablabla_v038.nk, and that is accessible to all the workstations.

So if the same should be possible with the scratch project, would that only be possible through XML export? or is it possible to have the scratch project saved directly in the correct project folder (/SAN/project/grade/scratch/), so it can be opened directly from any workstation with a scratch license?


Oh, and by the way, are there any specific things I should look forward to at NAB? ;)



cheers
Palle


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