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  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    Thanks a lot Dave. I use Mac so I can encode to Prores! For this route, would I simply do a video mixdown using the 'apple prores HQ' codec? Then bring that mixed down file into a new sequence (the only video content) and export 'same as source'? Thanks :)
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Thu, Oct 26 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    Hiya, the festival got back to me finally and said I need either a DCP or a Prores file. And to send by 30th Oct! What do you suggest? Could you please advise? The DCP process seems too complicated... but should I try going for that route? Or Prores file? Not sure what the steps are either way :/ thanks a lot for your help.
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Mon, Oct 23 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    [quote user="DStone"]In your first post you mention that this is for a festival; is this going to be screen on a TV or TV projector, or by a theater digital projector? [/quote] @camoscato + @Dstone The festival said that it will screen 'in a variety of cinemas'... (I've asked what they mean exactly as it could be just halls they've
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Fri, Sep 15 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    [quote user="camoscato"]click on Clip Text, and choose Resolution. This will show the clip resolution next to the clip name on every clip in the timeline. See if the one you batch imported is now at DNxHD 175[/quote] Excellent, batch import worked. Resolution on the clips is up dnhd 175 X (i'd since upped it to 'X' to see how if
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Tue, Sep 12 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    Camoscato, thanks a million! This is so helpful and I've done my frist clip batch import and all went smoothly (as in, the clip resolution went up in the bin) but , will this correlate immedately to the clip on the timeline? I ask because I'm not seeing a jump in resolution on the timeline. The clip looks identical to how it was. Or do I need
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Tue, Sep 12 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    I right clicked and it says DNHD 36. I think I imported some and transcoded others! (I made this quite complicated for myself !) I appreciate your responses and help here. Please send me the steps on how to batch import. I'll try this and if that doesn't work. Please send me the steps to transcoding. Thank you!
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Sun, Sep 10 2017
  • Re: HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    [quote user="DStone"] What is the original media? If you linked directly to DNxHD 36 then that's a proxy for the original. Or is the original linked media full resolution and you set your project to DNxHD 36? [/quote] Hi Dave, unfortunately I started this project so long ago that I can't recall what I did at the beginning of it, but
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Thu, Sep 7 2017
  • HELP! How do I up-res footage in sequence?

    Hi foiks, feeling stressed out. Got a deadline to meet for a festival and urgently need to up-res my sequence. I AMA linked but didn't transcode (realised this is kind of an essential step I missed) ??? So now I have the film cut but the resolution is at DNHD 36. Also my workflow is a complete mess (I'm learning at this game!) [:'(] I really
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by cuspgirl on Thu, Sep 7 2017
  • HELP PLEASE! How do I up-res all the footage in my sequence?

    Hi foiks, feeling stressed out. Got a deadline to meet for a festival and urgently need to up-res my sequence. I AMA linked but didn't transcode (realised this is kind of an essential step I missed) ??? So now I have the film cut but the resolution is at DNHD 36. Also my workflow is a complete mess (I'm learning at this game!) [:'(] I really
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by cuspgirl on Thu, Sep 7 2017
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