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Christopher TargiaPPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 6:40:16 pm

I have footage that I am trying to use in PPro CC 2015, and when I put everything in a sequence, I had selected match settings to the footage, and yet it is still making me render the files. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong?
I am a recent convert from FCP 7, it is nice how PPro reads everything no problem, but I find it really strange I would need to render footage that matches the sequence.
Any help appreciated.

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Ann BensRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 6:43:21 pm

Match sequence settings as in right click on clip in Project Window/Make sequence from clip?
What color is the bar above your footage?

http://blogs.adobe.com/premiereprotraining/2011/02/red-yellow-and-green-ren...

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Christopher TargiaRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 6:55:31 pm

I meant to include this picture in the OP
It is yellow


Turns green after render, I have an hour and a half of footage, so if there is a way I can avoid this, that would be great.

I can work with the footage and play it back, but I need to output the raw to my producer, so I assume I need to render it first?

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Alex UdellRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 7:07:14 pm

Hey Chris…

bars don't mean the same thing as FCP….

no bar means no problem

Yellow means probably can play back no problem

Red - likely to drop frames, rendering recommended

Green - Preview file has been rendered


hth,

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Christopher TargiaRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 7:40:19 pm

It did play back, but I still was able to render, does that mean the render was unnecessary? Also I am going to export the file now and when I select match sequence settings, it shows a .mpeg file. The original footage was .mov, shouldn't the sequence be as well? Did I do something wrong here?



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Christopher TargiaRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 7:51:28 pm

I am also noticing this takes an extremely long time to output files, in FCP, I could export reference files, which would take not much time at all, then compress H.264 files with el gato Turbo.264 HD which was much faster then this. I just want to output a low quality sample.

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Alex UdellRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 23, 2015 at 8:37:14 pm

Because FCP was based pretty much around the homogenous codec of Prores...

ref files could be done with pointer files which happen quickly...

PPro can do this with some formats (including ProRes and XDcam) which they call "smart rendering"

so it depends on your source if this possible...


this might help:



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Morten RanmarRe: PPro needs to render with native footage?
by on Jul 25, 2015 at 8:46:47 am

Render is not necessary most of the time, however you can set in and out points on the timeline and select to render partially. The render format is defined in the timeline settings. It's a good idea to set it to the same format as the wanted output - as premiere will allow you to reuse the renders open outputting.

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