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Crystal Behrends
Correct Output from Redcine to FCP?
on Jan 12, 2009 at 11:06:13 pm

Hello,

I am trying to output the correct file from Redcine to FCP, but when I import the file I rendered out in Redcine, I get a message in Final Cut saying "The following media files are not optimized for Final Cut Pro". I am going from 4K to 1080 and here are the settings I am using:

PROJECT - RedSpace (also tried CameraRGB)

SHOT - Framing: Fit to Width

OUTPUT - Quicktime, AppleProRes422, HD 1080, Full

What am I doing wrong? Any help will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.



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Noah Kadner
Re: Correct Output from Redcine to FCP?
on Jan 13, 2009 at 1:27:39 am

That's not necessarily a dealbreaker. FCP reports that when it doesn't like a particular combination of codec, resolution and frame rate but that wouldn't prevent you from cutting.

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Crystal Behrends
Re: Correct Output from Redcine to FCP?
on Jan 13, 2009 at 2:31:48 am

Well, FCP lets me import the files after they give the warning, but when I try to export the sequence to Color, the program starts to act up. Once I delete the clips exported from Redcine, Color works fine again.

Is there a correct setting to use when exporting from Redcine?



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Asher Castillo
Re: Correct Output from Redcine to FCP?
on Jan 16, 2009 at 3:05:59 am

Using Color in a final pass could you use the proxy files to edit with and skip Redcine?



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Uli Plank
Re: Correct Output from Redcine to FCP?
on Jan 16, 2009 at 7:02:53 am

You can skip RedCine, but don't use proxies, use the native ingest by L&T as described in Apple's whitepaper. Proxies are causing problems in Color if the original R3D files are spanned (which they are in most cases).

Regards,

Uli

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