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Anna Ingenthron
Re: apple prores 422 problem
on Mar 25, 2013 at 11:34:29 pm

I'm not really sure what you're asking. You don't need to recut if you just relinked your clips to the prores footage (which should have the same filenames and lengths as the h264s). If you overcut your sequence with the prores clips, you need to remove ALL h264 footage from your project. It really shouldn't be in any sequence or even in your browser. Even render files created from rendering h264 footage can be corrupted.

Once it's relinked, you have your cut sequence already there. Then you select all those prores clips on that cut sequence, and copy them over to a prores sequence that has never had an h264 clip on it. There's your new master sequence with your cut on it. If the total running time is what you need it to be, but you have the gaps, you need to extend each clip over your one-frame gaps. If the total running time doesn't matter, or is too long, you can close each gap.

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