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Mathew H GreenPremiere Clips have diagonal lines going through...
by on May 14, 2015 at 2:05:30 pm



This is what I did..

I had low rez video for edit
I edited
I created an XML file for Resolve
Imported XML into Resolve and graded clips
Exported all the graded clips
Renamed the low REZ folder
Opened up Premiere
timeline now has this..
Any ideas why?

Cheers
Mat


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James StrawnRe: Premiere Clips have diagonal lines going through...
by on May 14, 2015 at 2:33:27 pm

"Renamed the low REZ folder"
Is probably the problem. It's losing the link to those files at the folder that you renamed. Try making everything with danger stripes offline then link media again through that modified parent.

Software Quality Assurance - Digital Video at Adobe Systems


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Mathew H GreenRe: Premiere Clips have diagonal lines going through...
by on May 14, 2015 at 2:52:06 pm

Hey
Thanks for the reply..
i renamed the folder then linked the files to the new GRADED ones i exported from resolve.
they had the same name but were now graded..
what i now realise that originally say CLIP1 one was the whole clip..
When i then exported from Resolve the graded clip CLIP1 would have been shorter as I have edited..
Could this be the issue?
I would have though that Premiere would have jsut connected the clip regardless?
Is there anyway of fixing this?
Thanks in advance
Mat


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James StrawnRe: Premiere Clips have diagonal lines going through...
by on May 14, 2015 at 8:42:51 pm

Yes, if your source media was shorter after coming out of resolve, then you will see danger stripes wherever the pre-graded media would have extended into the sequence clips. There's no really easy way of fixing it because all the method involve getting the media to point back to that original source or a fully intact new version of it.

In the future, using Speedgrade may make round tripping a bit more straightforward for you. Better yet the next version of prpro will have a lot of new color feature built in which will keep you from having to round trip media out of prPro at all.

Software Quality Assurance - Digital Video at Adobe Systems


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