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Re: Blues become greens in Premiere Pro CS4
by Graham Messadieh on Jun 25, 2012 at 4:56:47 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
The first time I noticed this problem, I updated my drivers. No change. Also, I'm not editing in h.264. I've been transcoding to an AVID codec, which has been working well, with the exception of the blue-green issue. Thanks
Re: Blues become greens in Premiere Pro CS4
by Jon Barrie on Jun 25, 2012 at 12:11:45 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Did you recently update your graphics card drivers? What I find interesting is the thumbnail view in the top left looks as it should and they green sludge in the source and program monitors appear to be differently interpreted to each other (not same
Blues become greens in Premiere Pro CS4
by Graham Messadieh on Jun 24, 2012 at 11:58:33 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I've had Premiere Pro CS4 for two years. This has only been happening recently since I started editing footage with my new Canon T3i. The image clearly shows to problem. I realize Los Angeles is smoggy, but I can promise you that green sludge in t
premiere pro and exports...
by Chris Lucidi on Jun 24, 2012 at 12:04:28 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
Hi there, I am a bit confused about some exports. I have Canon 7d footage, 1920*1080 25 fps. When I export h.264 1280*720 I get a full image. When I export Avi 760*576 I get a full image, but a big black frame around. When I export from After Ef
x264 best H264 codec says MSU research and testing
by Craig Seeman on Jun 23, 2012 at 3:51:14 pm
in the Compression techniques Forum
Lots of very deep geeky stuff for the serious compressionist on H264 quality but the simple chart in the first link tells the story. http://dmitryivanov.net/2012/06/22/which-h-264-codec-is-the-best/?goback=%2Egde_85213_member_127114211 Interestin
Re: Fast exporting for quick delivery
by Elad Berger on Jun 22, 2012 at 9:11:45 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
I've tested optimized and non optimized AVCHD 1080i and the H.264 always takes longer. Elad
Re: Is Apple Pro Res 4444 a suitable form for delivery?
by Walter Soyka on Jun 22, 2012 at 4:31:18 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Penny Clark] "I'm currently doing an edit where the delivery spec is a digital master at 1080p 23.98fps 4:4:4. Would the Apple Pro Res 4:4:4:4 be a suitable way to export my final sequence? Apologies if this is a really basic quesiton!" If you ha
Media Encoder CS4 Debug Event
by Kylie Laston on Jun 22, 2012 at 3:37:10 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
My video in Premiere CS4 works and plays great. But It's trapped in premiere and I can't export it. I get this error Adobe Media Encoder Debug Event Adobe Media Encoder has encountered and error [..\..\Src\ComponentFactory.cpp-
Re: Converting .MTS files to edit in final cut pro
by Matt Campbell on Jun 22, 2012 at 2:30:28 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Do you think ProRes LT will be good enough to export out my final project or are you suggesting I edit with it and take my fine cut out in ProRes or ProRes HQ?. This wouldn't make sense because if you edit ProRes LT, you won't get any better than
Premiere converting to 8-bit depth
by Brad Phillips on Jun 22, 2012 at 2:23:02 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hey everyone, I've been trying to figure this out for awhile but I've had no luck. I have some 10-bit material imported into Premiere Pro CS6 and when I try any of the export options (H.264,Quicktime,AVI etc.) it converts it to 8-bit even when Ren
Re: SONY F3 FCP workflow - also combining with Canon 5D footage - seen mixed messages out there
by Don Greening on Jun 22, 2012 at 8:21:26 am
in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
Editing XDCAM EX natively is certainly an acceptable practice if that's the only format you're editing with. You however, are in a different situation. There's no reason to exchange highly compressed (and lossy) H.264 clips with another format (MPEG2
Re: Log and Transfer P2 footage into Resolve??
by Joakim Ziegler on Jun 22, 2012 at 5:40:23 am
in the DaVinci Resolve Forum
FCP and Compressor are, in my experience, always the same, which makes sense, given that they're both Apple products and probably use a lot of the same tech internally. Sorenson I haven't used in a long time, but I seem to remember it had more pro
Re: Fast exporting for quick delivery
by Tom Wolsky on Jun 22, 2012 at 3:37:23 am
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Tested it again, exporting one minute of AVCHD to current settings ProRes takes 2:57. One minute of AVCHD to H.264 takes 1:24.
Re: Fast exporting for quick delivery
by Elad Berger on Jun 22, 2012 at 3:19:20 am
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Thanks Tom With our systems and setup it takes much longer to export to H.264
Re: Converting .MTS files to edit in final cut pro
by dorit grunberger on Jun 22, 2012 at 1:42:10 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Thanks Shane I have Adobe Premiere and am seriously thinking of switching, or adding it to my FCP 7 workflow. Do you think ProRes LT will be good enough to export out my final project or are you suggesting I edit with it and take my fine cut out
Re: Converting .MTS files to edit in final cut pro
by Shane Ross on Jun 22, 2012 at 12:26:44 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[dorit grunberger] "how much bigger than the .mts files are the ClipWrap files" About5 times larger. If you go with ProRes 422. Go with LT and they will be about 3-4 times larger. [dorit grunberger] " is it possible to edit ClipWrap .mov file
Losing saturation when exporting from Final Cut Pro 7 to Quicktime X
by Allison Kerby on Jun 21, 2012 at 11:56:39 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
I'm editing h.264 footage in an apple pro res 422 sequence in Final Cut pro 7. I'm using the 422 sequence because it's compatible with Color 1.5. I've round tripped the sequence from FCP to Color and back, and now I'm exporting as a quicktime movie.
Re: ProMAX ONE: Looking at the Hero
by Gregg T. Karr on Jun 21, 2012 at 11:23:18 pm
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
The Render Queue is already all set to render to an H.264 file with no audio, all you have to do is hit Render. How does your system do on the render? The ProMAX ONE rendered this file in 20 minutes. Just giving some "real world" feedback on this
Converting .ts files to Quicktime or wmv in Episode
by Benn Gunn on Jun 21, 2012 at 4:51:04 pm
in the Telestream Episode Forum
I have .ts files which I need to trim and convert to wmv and H.264 quicktime files using Episode I notice that entering in and out points results in unusable files. However, I can convert to mpeg2 quite easily but the audio duration doubles up, le
Re: Compressing h.264's for remote viewing; compress, upload FTP, notify
by Jessica Muth on Jun 21, 2012 at 4:03:33 pm
in the Compression techniques Forum
This option is not available in Compressor, but is in Adobe Media Encoder.
Re: Fast exporting for quick delivery
by Tom Wolsky on Jun 21, 2012 at 1:59:57 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Exporting to H.264 is faster than exporting to current settings.
Re: Archiving Footage, running low on storage
by Andrew Richards on Jun 21, 2012 at 1:21:48 pm
in the Archiving and Back-Up Forum
[Geo Monterosa] "To create more storage, is the idea of transcoding all footage to H264 a good idea?...especially due to its size and quality?" Avid can work with h.264 via AMA, but it isn't a panacea. It tends to work on short, simple projects b
Weird issues in 10.0.3
by Eric Santiago on Jun 21, 2012 at 12:59:28 am
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
First off yes I know there are updates for FCPX but this problem is at my local college where I have no control over updates. I was asked to help a student (not my own) with problems with her project. She was getting weird black frames in parts of
Re: ProRes LT FCP project to BluRay
by Jessica Muth on Jun 21, 2012 at 12:47:47 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
There is a couple of things that needed to be disclosed first. First off, what are the specs of your file? Is it 1920 x 1080? What is the frame rate: 23.98 or 29.97? Once that information is given, it can help with giving the best answer. In the m
Re: DVCProHD & FCP7
by Shane Ross on Jun 20, 2012 at 6:13:13 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[David Fix] "Will any NLE on Mac or PC be able to use these files without having FCP?" IF they support P2. Avid does, Adobe Premiere does, Edius does. Not sure about Vegas. But the rule of thumb is to ALWAYS back up the original media. DO NOT im
Re: Compression settings for a ipad application
by Heather McNabb on Jun 20, 2012 at 4:35:20 pm
in the Apple iPad Forum
I have been using H.264 at best settings to export my animations out of Quicktime 7. Size wise, I get good results. However the compression has a nasty side effect of shifting the color. The movie is often much more washed out than the original pngs
Re: Glitchy Video on Export from Final Cut
by Tony Brittan on Jun 20, 2012 at 3:04:26 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
That was my first question! Betting it's some sort of h.264 or something. Posted from iPad, please excuse typos!
Re: H264 for Archiving to server?
by Tom Barton-Humphreys on Jun 20, 2012 at 3:03:33 pm
in the Compression techniques Forum
Hi Geo I can't speak for editing Avid as we use FCP7... editing h.264 is not an option. As far as I know, if you transcode from say, ProRes to h.264 you won't save any significant space unless you lower the data rate - which would mean you lose qu
Compressing h.264's for remote viewing; compress, upload FTP, notify
by Tom Barton-Humphreys on Jun 20, 2012 at 2:42:21 pm
in the Compression techniques Forum
Mac 10.6.8 ProRes / DVCPro HD etc H.264 or similar Significantly compressed for internet streaming Hi folks Currently use the latest Apple Compressor to crunch the maters down to remote viewing from exe's... Wondering if there's a way to a
Re: fcpx event backup
by Brian Busher on Jun 20, 2012 at 1:44:01 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Ed, We've been debating the same thing here about keeping the camera original MXF files from our XF300 with all their supporting folders. I'm always nervous deleting camera originals (it feels like throwing aways tapes to me) but in the end, we'll h
Re: Video glitch on export.
by Jerry Hofmann on Jun 20, 2012 at 1:29:07 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Might try resetting your graphics card. I've seen this fix the problem. Not had it in a long long time though. I thing too the h.264 to XDCAM transfer is possibly suspect too. GOP to GOP. I'd be transcoding and working in ProRes instead of XDCAM
Re: Offline to Online with XDCAM footage
by Marcus Carter on Jun 20, 2012 at 1:18:26 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Hey Alvin, Here are some answers for you: 1. H.264 files off of a Canon 5D need to be converted to ProPes 422 in Compressor of MPEG Streamclip before you can edit with them.. 2. Panasonic and FCP work together beautifully when going off/online.
capture using CS6, Mojito MAX, XHA1s
by Nanda Pilaka on Jun 20, 2012 at 2:01:34 am
in the Matrox Video Systems Forum
hi, I am a first time Mojito MAX capture user - have used it for encoding to H.264 - attempting to capture from XHA1s component out and CS6. As per Mojito MAX documentation, Mojito captures to 4:2:2 MPEG2 I-Frame, but various forums give differin
Re: FCP-X on a 2008 Mac Pro
by Scott Sheriff on Jun 19, 2012 at 9:12:00 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[Steve Eisen] "Depends on which codecs you are editing with. ProRes works perfectly fine. HDV or h.264 is like walking in cement." I have an MP octo core and at least 90% of what I do is HDV. I'm not having any issues editing HDV (native) in FCS.
Re: Saturation in DSLR for post
by Peter Burger on Jun 19, 2012 at 7:33:35 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Agree with Steve. I more than once had the problem of clipped colour channels when shooting digital. A clipped colour channel is almost as worse as highlight clipping. Underexposure is a common thing when shooting digital, but don't overdo (or u
Re: FCP-X on a 2008 Mac Pro
by Steve Eisen on Jun 19, 2012 at 5:41:19 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Depends on which codecs you are editing with. ProRes works perfectly fine. HDV or h.264 is like walking in cement.
Re:
by Chris Frantz on Jun 19, 2012 at 4:41:54 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Thanks for the suggestion, this had not occurred to me. I Verified permissions on the drive and partition and it came back clean. I did clean up some space on my boot drive now (128 gb ssd) and it took it from 6 gigs free to 15, and was able to expor
Export settings for speed
by Jonnie Lewis on Jun 19, 2012 at 8:09:54 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hello everyone, I've created 4 montages of photographs in After Effects, which last about 30 seconds. All that really happens is a bunch of photographs spin onto the screen, one after the other to create a sort of collage, and then one by one they
Re: Matching settings, still have to render every clip.
by Steve Eisen on Jun 19, 2012 at 3:40:05 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
[Diego Andres Delfino] "The video in question is in NTSC CCIR 601, H.264 codec, 873x480, 23.98 fps" Your sequence and footage needs to be an FCP friendly editing codec. ProRes is what you want to convert your clips to.
Matching settings, still have to render every clip.
by Diego Andres Delfino on Jun 18, 2012 at 11:49:05 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Hi everyone! I am writing about something that is driving me insane. I am setting up a new default project in Final Cut Pro, and importing video files to it. Whenever I try to place one of these imported clips into the sequence, FCP asks me if I
New iMac, CS6PPro and Intensity Extreme
by Daniel Weber on Jun 18, 2012 at 7:58:38 pm
in the Blackmagic Design Forum
I am trying to setup a new edit system using the system described in the title of this post. The problem is that the only preset that I have been able to get to work with my system is the Blackmagic 8bit 1080 23.98 option. All of my footage is shot
Re: PPRO? What are youing doing and why?
by Greg Burke on Jun 18, 2012 at 7:07:49 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I use a mix, (I know its bad) h.264, MTS, and MP4
Strategy for Sharing Media Between Mac and Windows Premiere Pro
by Keith Moreau on Jun 18, 2012 at 4:59:03 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I'm hoping I'm posting in the correct forum, it was either here or in the hardware forum. I'm going to be taking the plunge and getting a fairly high end PC to augment my aging Mac Pro for Premiere Pro CS 5.5 (and probably CS 6 as soon as the kink
Exporting in After Effects
by Michael Ruebusch on Jun 18, 2012 at 4:56:21 pm
in the Adobe Media Encoder Forum
I am curious if anyone knows why After Effects defaults the Quicktime Codec to "Animation" when exporting. Is there a way to change this so the default is something else? Also, when I change the codec from animation to say H.264 or PreRes I lose th
101 Burning Questions Answered about Smoke 2013
by Brian Mulligan on Jun 18, 2012 at 4:07:11 pm
in the Forum
Autodesk Smoke is now available in its first Pre-Release Trial. I am sure you have many questions, so here are a few answers. I have been a beta tester on for Smoke 2013, and have been a long time user. So beyond that, I have...
Re: h.264 data rate question for SD video
by Allan Hughes on Jun 18, 2012 at 11:14:35 am
in the Compression techniques Forum
OK that's good to know. I made another export through Compressor to h.264 QT and using similar rates came out with an average of 14MB/s. Think the Roku will oversample, but only in certain circumstances depending on the cable and device it's connect
Re: What´s the best CODEC for TV?
by mijail perez perez on Jun 18, 2012 at 8:52:02 am
in the Adobe After Effects Forum
You are right. Sorry. Well, it´s an animated advertising for TV. I am going to do this animation in Toon Boom and then, I will export it with the ANIMATION códec, and after, I will open this animation in Premiere or After Effects and there, export th
Re: To transcode or not to transcode
by Tero Ahlfors on Jun 18, 2012 at 7:23:16 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I can use H.264 without any hiccups. The only thing I would transcode would be AVCHD files because that codec is impossible to work with.
Red Workflow problems!
by Luis Marti Homs on Jun 18, 2012 at 5:12:13 am
in the Apple Color Forum
I got a huge problem I hope somebody can help me. I shot my thesis film on a Red One camera. I transcoded the footage to Apple Pro res and I edited on Final Cut 7. But I did a big misstake color correcting it right away in Final Cut Pro, cause I d
Re: Editing h.264/x.264 in Premiere Pro
by Cios Kappel on Jun 18, 2012 at 3:47:53 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
I experienced the same issues in the following process: - Create sequences with source material as proxies (.MTS footage off a Panasonic GH2 with custom firmware) - Process source material in VirtualDub (for deshaking using Deshaker) and encode usi

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