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Combustion 4 and Digisuite LE, anyone?

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Mark HollowayCombustion 4 and Digisuite LE, anyone?
by on May 18, 2005 at 1:43:49 am

I remember reading people having some issues where Combustion 3 wouldn't read Digisuite encoded video files nor could it render to a Matrox encoded format. Is this still the case with Combustion 4? Anyone?

Thanks,
Mark


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Ken AdolphRe: Combustion 4 and Digisuite LE, anyone?
by on May 18, 2005 at 2:09:41 am

We have been using Combustion with matrox/speedrazor for years and have never had a problem with any of the cgi we have created. What problems are you seeing in 3.

Ken Adolph
Media Group
Editor/Post Supervisor
http://www.mg.ca


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Mark HollowayRe: Combustion 4 and Digisuite LE, anyone?
by on May 18, 2005 at 5:59:51 am

Hi Ken. I'm not having a problem as I don't own a Digisuite yet. I'm thinking of buying a used one to add to my workstation for the purpose of using it with Combustion as a framebuffer for real time previewing. Maybe you wouldn't mind answering a couple questions?

1) Can you do a Quick Capture inside Combustion with the Digisuite?
2) Have ever used the Edit in Combustion just to through a couple clips together?

The "issue" about the rendering is posted on Discreet's knowledgebase, but I'm thinking this pertains to something about Combustion/Edit systems, which would be irrelevant these days. Basically the "issue" was one could not render a Combustion workspace as a Matrox MJPEG AVI because it would be corrupted. Worst case scenario I suppose one could render as a TGA sequence and use Digitools (or Speed Razor, if applicable) to convert the image sequence to an AVI.

Thanks for the response!
Mark


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