Re: QT to DPX via Color by Noah Kadner on Oct 15, 2009 at 9:51:12 pm
It might depend on your version, I'm on 1.5 but generally I have the DPX and Cineon options available as Render File types. But yeah not to be an I told you so but if you're working with DPXs as more than an input format and more often than once you really do need Glue Tools.
Re: QT to DPX via Color by Edber Mamisao on Oct 16, 2009 at 4:33:33 pm
Arnie is mostly correct but one thing that needs to be clarified is that you must create your DPX settings in your project BEFORE you import the file. If you do this afterwards, it will be grayed out. The same goes for frame rates...
Re: QT to DPX via Color by brett stumpp on Nov 11, 2009 at 12:35:14 am
Hey guys, I'm a newbie to color, and do all my work on the pc side of the fence, so please bear with my ignorance. Am I correct that If you set up color to render out dpx files, then import quicktime files into the project and grade? Then you can export dpx files directly out of color? Would you still import the quicktime timeline from final cut pro, or would you use an edl, and import directly into color? Thanks in advance.