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Dani Colins
Redcine-x transcode to DNx36 not importing to avid
on Jun 19, 2013 at 4:11:23 am

I'm a media manager who has been asked to do some transcoding for a specific job. I'm not a full DIT, but still learning.

This co wants red epic footage transcode to DnxhD36, and added to a bin in avid.

Following a tutorial online here's what im doing:
Sync sound in redcinex,
exporting to DNx via redcinex
Then moving te MXF files to avid mediafiles
Then importing the ale file into the avid bin
The tutorial said to relink to get media online, but this is where is doesn't seem to work.

If I import aaf then the ale as another tutorial said, I get a playable video clip with audio WAY off.

What is going wrong with this process?



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Fred Gasc
Re: dcine-x transcode to DNx36 not importing to avid
on Jun 19, 2013 at 11:55:03 am

Why not ama the red material and transcode all the bin to dnx36?

Then conform to your red material
Anytime you want with the
Relink to the bin that contains
The r3d files. Hassle free.

Fred.


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Dani Colins
Re: dcine-x transcode to DNx36 not importing to avid
on Jun 19, 2013 at 11:50:56 pm

Amaing and transcodig Works, it makes relinking easy, but It's taking longer to transcode via avid than redcine x. I've have access to a redrocket in a sonnet thunderbolt chasis and in redcinex exporting with 1/2 debayer, it goes fast, but in Avid from AMA files the debayer full size takes 5 minutes per 2 mins of video, that is the same I get with Avid no rocket doing 1/2 debayer. Maybe somethig is wrong with avid not utilizing the rocket right?

If I transcode in redcine, what exactly is te process for relinking to the r3d for thr final online?



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Mandla Bolekaja
Re: dcine-x transcode to DNx36 not importing to avid
on Aug 19, 2014 at 7:19:33 am

I'd like to know the answer.

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