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TImothy AuldRe: mixing HDV and DVCPRO HD
by on Nov 18, 2008 at 6:24:13 pm

Thanks Chris. I posted that just before running our the door this
morning and didn't really state the question properly.

From reading posts and talking to others I know that some people
have trouble with editing HDV and others don't. So, assuming
I had no problem, and I end up with a cut of my documentary
rendered in ProRes from a mixed timeline, would that
rendered show be in essence the same quality as if I had
captured that material in ProRes to begin with? If so I would
be able to do any color correction/compositing with a picture
locked ProRes sequence. The doc I'm about to cut has about
50-70 hours worth of footage and it would be a significant
budgetary saving If the HDV was captured as HDV. Sorry that
was so long-winded, but that is my dilemma. I appreciate
your help. Sorry to waste your time with that first post.

bigpine


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