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adeeb oberoi
rendering for photoshop
on Sep 2, 2011 at 2:31:50 am

We are working on a native RED footage in AE. It is 32 bpc and it looks really great.

This native Red project is ready for rendering and to be converted to an 8 bit mov., but before doing that I would like to do some frame by frame touch up work in photoshop on a part of this project.

I was thinking of rendering a 32 bpc sequense and open it in photoshop to do some editing, then save it as an 32 bpc sequense in photoshop and import it back into AE. Then finally rendering the whole 32bpc project to an 8 bit quicktime (mov).

What would be the best format to render 32bpc sequense out of AE for Photoshop? and which settings should I use.

Also, in AE my workspace in the project settings is still set to none, should I change this to adobe?

Adeeb Oberoi


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David Battistella
Re: rendering for photoshop
on Sep 2, 2011 at 4:27:35 pm

I think that your choices here would be DPX or Tiff but those, I believe would only be ten bit.

David

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