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Johan Windh
Clip OK in Viewer, Lower Res in Timeline
on Nov 20, 2012 at 9:59:32 am

Hi,

I am currently working on a project with material exported from FCP to Color, back to FCP, then to AE and finally back to FCP again.

The workflow:

The footage is shot with SONY EX1 (XDCAM HD) and first cut natively. Then copied to a new sequence which is ProRes HQ 422 with 10-bit rendering. This is exported and graded in Color and re-imported, exported as QT to AE.

I work in AE as ProRes and export again, LossLess and ProRes.

HereĀ“s the problem. When I look at my AE clips in the Viewer they look good. When I place them in the timeline again they are a bit lower Res. than in the Viewer..


Can someone give me some input on this?

Is the workflow optimal?


Any help is appreciated!

Regards,

Johan


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Rafael Amador
Re: Clip OK in Viewer, Lower Res in Timeline
on Nov 20, 2012 at 3:40:20 pm

[Johan Windh] "The footage is shot with SONY EX1 (XDCAM HD) and first cut natively. Then copied to a new sequence which is ProRes HQ 422 with 10-bit rendering. This is exported and graded in Color and re-imported, exported as QT to AE."
you could skip the step of copying the EX-1 sequence and putting it on a ProresHQ sequence to be sent to Color. You don't win nothing this way. Just send to Color the EX-1 sequence and render to Prores HQ in Color.
rafael

http://www.nagavideo.com


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