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Russ Griffin
1440 to 1920 - Workflow Question
on May 16, 2011 at 11:21:31 pm

I've got some 1440x1080 ProRes 422 footage that I need to turn into 1920x1080. Can someone offer a workflow suggestion to do this? (I don't know Compressor all that well, but can do some basic stuff with it.)


BACKGROUND DETAILS:

I've shot some 24p footage with an Canon HV30 and would like to match it to some 24p footage shot with a Canon 60D. In fact, both cameras were shooting at the same time. So, I'd like to eventually make a multi-clip out of the footage. But, the HV30 is 1440x1080 and the 60D is 1920x1080.

I've used the Apple instructions ( http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2410 ) to reverse telecine the HV30 footage and create ProRes 422 footage.

I've used the Canon FCP plug-in to turn the 60D footage into ProRes 422 footage.

I'm using Final Cut Studio 3.

[Thanks in advance for everyone's help! Still a newbie, but am trying hard!]


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Andrew Kimery
Re: 1440 to 1920 - Workflow Question
on May 17, 2011 at 12:03:51 am

You can just use Compressor to change the footage. There should be a 1920x1080 ProRes preset.


-Andrew

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