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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.)


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 ( ) 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.


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