Has anyone ever done this successuflly? If so, can you describe your experience?
from Boris Red 4 online manual:
Automatic Duck Composition Import
Red supports Automatic Duck composition import. This allows you to import your timeline from an After Effects, Avid or Final Cut Pro host system into the Red Engine. Automatic Duck's Automatic Composition Import plugin lets you import an Avid® OMF® Composition, including all your media and clips. Supported effects are translated and recreated, and your timeline is recreated as a composition in Boris Red. In addition, your media and composition are added to the Project window.
The following features are supported for Automatic Duck import.
Importing OMF® Compositions from both Macintosh and Windows hosts.
Video and audio tracks
Project size and Project FPS
Position and Opacity
Still Image Files
Picture in Pictures (scales to 50%, an Automatic Duck limitation)
Superimpose effects (Opacity to 50%--an Automatic Duck limitation)
Flip, Flop and Flip Flop effects
For more information on Automatic Duck, see your Automatic Duck documentation or visit http://www.automaticduck.com.
FYI - I INQUIRED OF AUTOMATIC DUCK AND RECIEVED THIS RESPSONSE TODAY -
On 5/18/09 4:11 AM, "peter tours" wrote:
> I have read in the Boris Red 4.3 manual that I can open my entire FCP 6
> timeline sequence - or a part of it? - in Red4.3 using you product. Which
> product would I use?
> Is it possible to then roundtrip the sequence back to FCP6?
> I use Boris Red in FCP extensively so this is very interesting to me.
We used to make a plug-in that worked inside of RED, but we stopped doing
that a couple of years ago.
Automatic Duck, Inc.