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Serge Taran
Bringing different codex into one standard for editing
on May 25, 2016 at 7:22:15 pm
Last Edited By Serge Taran on May 25, 2016 at 7:25:10 pm

Folks, Please suggest, if it is useful to bring all video footage shoot by different cameras into single format for the project ?

I have HTC One 9 (4k), HTC One 8, Nikon D810 and Nicon D600 segments in the single project.

What pre-set to use in Adobe Media Encoder, if such is suggested?







Thank you!


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Shane Ross
Re: Bringing different codex into one standard for editing
on May 25, 2016 at 7:57:56 pm

Well, it's wise to convert many formats to editing codecs, as even Premiere Pro can't deal with highly compressed 4K footage natively. 4K H.264 is extremely hard to handle....even if you build a $10,000 machine with 64GB of RAM and the top of the line GPU. Well, then it might be better. But still, for your system, it would be best to convert all to DNxHR (An Avid codec) or some other, editing codec. Cineform, if they have a 4K variant.

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Serge Taran
Re: Bringing different codex into one standard for editing
on May 25, 2016 at 11:47:20 pm

Thank you for replying!

Here is what I have in today's Media Encoder:








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