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Drew KeoExport equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 9, 2013 at 4:00:58 pm

Hi,

A client is asking me to export a 1920 x 1080 ProRes 422 (HQ) 23.98 psf file for screening on a big screen.

I have adobe cs5. Dimensions and Frame Rate are fine, but what export would be equivalent to ProRes.

Thank you,
Andrew


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John PaleRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 9, 2013 at 4:21:26 pm

There is no equivalent, you need to give the client what he asked for...His playback system may only support Pro Res. Do you have software that can encode to Pro Res? If on a Mac, you can purchase Compressor for $50. There are a couple of options for PC.

Or you can ask the client if they can accept something else. Avid DNXHD 220 would be very similar and you can download and install the codec for free. However, it does no good if its not what the client can use,


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Tom DaigonRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 9, 2013 at 5:34:09 pm

Be forewarned. I know several editors that have tried the work arounds for the PC (FFMBC based). They did not have success in creating reliable Prores files.

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Drew KeoRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 10, 2013 at 4:52:02 am

Thanks for the response John.

I use a PC. What if I were to export the video and then bring that file into Final Cut (if I could find someone with the program) and then export the ProRes file. If I were to do that, would you recommend I export the file in Premiere Pro in any specific format (my guess would be Animation, but they are such huge files).

Thanks


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Tom DaigonRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 10, 2013 at 3:25:44 pm

Most video professionals will tell you that Avids DNxHD is a very good codec to use for mastering.Clean compression and reduced size make this an ideal codec to use. There is a PC version that is free to download.

http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/white_paper/en345511?popup=true

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Drew KeoRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 17, 2013 at 1:47:02 am

Ok. I am thinking of purchasing compressor on my MacBook Pro at home (I don't have any editing software on this computer).

Then I am going to export the video file from Premiere Pro on my PC to a QT Animation file(the file is approximately 75GB!!!).

Then transfer that 75GB video file to my MacBook Pro and put it through compressor to get the ProRes 422 HQ that is being asked for.

Before I pull the trigger and purchase compressor, can you (Tom, John) tell me if you have an concerns with above workflow? Will compressor be able to handle a 75GB file??

Much much much appreciated.


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Tom DaigonRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 17, 2013 at 3:03:28 am

That seems like a good way to create a Prores file when working primarily on the PC. I cant say for sure because Ive never converted a file that big. Do you have a friend or know of a facility where you can try before you buy?

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Ryan PatchRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Mar 21, 2013 at 8:38:11 pm

This is Ryan Patch and I approve this workflow.

R


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Tony HernandezRe: Export equivalent to ProRes on CS5
by on Apr 27, 2014 at 7:37:22 am

Cinemartin released a plugin for Adobe premiere CS 5.5 that allows to export to prores from windows. look at http://www.cinemartin.com/cinec/plin/

Tony Hernandez
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