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paul roubicek
keyboard short cut and Archiving media files only with Prores
on Apr 9, 2011 at 2:04:46 pm

Hi there.

1. l know that the Canvas window to view full screen is command/F12 is there a short cut to do the same to the Viewer window??

2. l also have many hours of video log and captured in the Prores codec. I wish to cut the footage down to remove what l don't need for a compile reel for library archive backup and future use in stories, is it best to use media manger to copy to another hard drive (deleting unused media) or is there a better way to archive the media files only and get ride of the files l don't want anymore after compiled on the time line?.

l don't need the time line or project files only the cut down compile of film l have made l also need to keep the footage at the prores codec for no lose in quality??? Unless something is better?

thanks all paul


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Rob Grauert
Re: keyboard short cut and Archiving media files only with Prores
on Apr 9, 2011 at 2:40:55 pm

The command for viewing your Canvas as full screen is the same for the Viewer, you just have to select the Viewer window instead of the Timeline or Canvas.

Rob Grauert, Jr.
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paul roubicek
Re: keyboard short cut and Archiving media files only with Prores
on Apr 9, 2011 at 2:52:29 pm

thanks for that appreciate it, makes sense really

paul


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David Roth Weiss
Re: keyboard short cut and Archiving media files only with Prores
on Apr 9, 2011 at 4:24:54 pm

If you want meaningful timecode I would suggest that you archive using Media Manager.

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