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HongWei Li
I got some trouble when i conforming the footage
on Sep 22, 2014 at 6:16:49 am

Hi everyone !

I have some videos shooting by blackmagic 2.5K
I transfer them to ProRes 422 HQ 1920*1080 and edit them in FCPX
In FCPX , each clip syncs with audio files and rename.

EX :
Video A and Audio Z , I sync A and Z become K ( I named it by myself)
so , when i open the K in timeline , it includes A and Z .


finish edit , i export XML to Davinci and import the original A ( 2.5K source ) and Z
then , import the XML ( I don't use automatically import source and set project setting )
but it doesn't link to 2.5K source , it import a clip name K and link it
I want import the FCPX XML using HQ to edit and grading it use 2.5K source
what should i do ?
thank everyone.


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Marc Wielage
Re: I got some trouble when i conforming the footage
on Sep 22, 2014 at 7:41:34 am

As a general rule, don't ever change file names. Changing metadata is fine.

The chapters on Media (pp. 110-166) and Conforming (pp. 347-414) in the v11 manual have a lot of good info.


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HongWei Li
Re: I got some trouble when i conforming the footage
on Sep 22, 2014 at 9:17:00 am

I don't change the source name of any clip .
I just change the name on FCPX.
Is it OK ?
or how should i check if i change file name or metadata ?
Thank you


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Kurt Hennrich
Re: I got some trouble when i conforming the footage
on Sep 22, 2014 at 10:05:30 am

I ran into similar problem with an edit coming from FCP7:
Clips(subclips) that were renamed inside FCP during edit or had assigned colored labels in FCP did not go through correctly from FCP to Resolve with XML: they had wrong In/out. I had to manually reedit them with correct TC's in Resolve. Could'nt figure out how to avoid these mistakes during xml-import :(

Kurt Hennrich
1z1screenworks
1z1 tools for FCP : http://www.1z1.at/plugins/


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