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Scott Clements
Changes in CS6? How do you transcode between ProRes formats?
on Aug 28, 2012 at 11:28:28 am

Hi, guys.

Why is it that with CS6, when I go to make a new preset, I only have the choice of Flash, H.264 or MP3? I basically want to transcode from Apple Pro Res HQ 29.97 to 25fps. I used to be able to do this easily in previous versions. I wish Adobe would stop changing things so drastically. Media encoder use to be great - a real rival to apple Compressor. What's going on?

-Scott


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Scott Clements
Re: Changes in CS6? How do you transcode between ProRes formats?
on Aug 28, 2012 at 12:19:25 pm

I discovered that you do it in Prelude. Why? Why break up tasks across 2 apps? To make things worse, you have to download the ProRes codecs separately from Adobe. The Media Encoder solution was far better. Plus, it made use of all codecs installed on your system. It just gave you the flexibility to do whatever you want. Prelude is a bad idea.

Nuke Compositor, London UK


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Scott Clements
Re: Changes in CS6? How do you transcode between ProRes formats?
on Aug 28, 2012 at 6:34:30 pm

It turns out it was related to a bug in Premiere that was preventing the quicktime codecs from showing up.

Nuke Compositor, London UK


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