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Jos van der PlasTimelapse Workflow Making Proxy Media
by on Dec 11, 2015 at 10:28:44 am

I shoot a lot of timelapses. I like having the original files for the final render, but image sequences are way too heavy to work with in a sequence so I make proxy files.

I've used ProRes a lot but in Windows it's not great. I can use ffmpeg to encode the images into prores, but it only uses 1 out of my 16 cores.

Does anybody have a good suggestion on how to use all threads (cores) on my pc to encode (preferably ffmpeg) images to a proxy format?

Other formats I've tried: NDxHD (no multi threads, also limited frame sizes), XDCAM (no multithreads), h.264 (multithreaded but not a great editing format).


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