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Brian Cooney
Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Oct 20, 2012 at 3:02:09 pm

Going to be doing a project working with Scarlet footage. Are there any proven steps I should take to ingest the footage since FCP doesn't handle 4K. Can compressor convert to just fine?

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Shane Ross
Re: Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Oct 20, 2012 at 7:12:46 pm

You either use Log and Transfer to convert to ProRes proxy if you are planning to color correct and online in another app that will relink to the 4K files. Or you can log and transfer to ProRes HQ if your delivery will be 1080. Or you can use the Red Rocket card and Red utilities to convert the footage for editing.

You don't use compressor at all for this.

What's your final delivery format?

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Brian Cooney
Re: Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Oct 20, 2012 at 7:32:35 pm

Thanks so much for this. The delivery format will be 1080p.

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Shane Ross
Re: Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Oct 20, 2012 at 10:34:36 pm

Yeah, then just Log and Transfer.

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Joel Kotlowitz
Re: Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Feb 4, 2014 at 1:33:31 am

Piggy backing off of this question - I am working on a project in FCP 7 that was shot on the RED Scarlet. I used the above steps and have great ProRes HQ footage. My client gave me a XML file where they previously linked the footage and audio for me in a timeline… except when I re-link everything, the video looks slow and no matter what I do, it won't match up with the audio. My gut feeling says the video needs to be sped up… But I can't seem to figure out by how much? Is there a clear cut way to do this so I'm not just guessing?

Thnx


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Brian Cooney
Re: Red Scarlet and FCP 7.0
on Feb 4, 2014 at 2:03:13 am

Try bringing it in to cinema tools and conforming it. you may be ok after that.

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