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Don Cobble
Need to render out timeline to be used in Adobe Pre Pro - what settings best
on Oct 17, 2014 at 6:20:28 pm

I have footage shot 1920x1080 59.94 Progressive scan Square .mp4 - Panasonic camera.
Need to send rendered timeline file to someone to edit in adobe Pre Pro.

Was wondering what is best to send for no re-compression (if possible)?
or if not:
What format would be best intermediary:
XAVC? XAVCs? or Cineform Pro AVI? or any sugestion???

Thank You
Don

PC 1
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Sony EX1 shoot in 1920x1080 30P


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Russ Froze
Re: Need to render out timeline to be used in Adobe Pre Pro - what settings best
on Oct 18, 2014 at 6:13:24 pm

Try using a .mov (Quicktime 7) wrapper and encode Avid DNxHD. Now you are absolutely certain that your file is 1920x1080 59.94 Progressive?
Russ


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Don Cobble
Re: Need to render out timeline to be used in Adobe Pre Pro - what settings best
on Oct 18, 2014 at 8:27:40 pm

It shows up in the project properties as
1920x1080 59.940 fps
field order None (Progressive Scan)
1.000 (Square)
Frame Rate: 59.940 (double NTSC)
I understand it is 50 mbps data rate

That is all I know about it?

PC 1
I7 2.8 Ghz 8GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro K2000
PC 2
I7 3930K 3.2Ghz
32 GB Ram
Win 7 Pro 64bit OS
PNY Quadro 4000

3-4 TB HD
Vegas 10 64bit & Vegas 11 64Bit & Vegas 12 & Adobe Production Premium CS5.5.2 & Avid Media Composer 5.5

Camera
Sony EX1 shoot in 1920x1080 30P


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Russ Froze
Re: Need to render out timeline to be used in Adobe Pre Pro - what settings best
on Oct 18, 2014 at 11:10:11 pm

Well the odd things is that frame rate is the typical output of a interlaced signal from 29.97 Interlaced so that it will display on Television or monitors that need an interlaced input. Interlacing or deinterlacing footage is important if you are concerned about image quality. Since the project is to be re-edited and take a visual hit by rendering it yet again it's best to have the cleanest presine footage to begin with. Watch Eric D Francs quick overview on interlacing .
Fred Froze


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