C500mkII Proxy Workflow

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May 10, 2022 May 10, 2022

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Hey everyone,

 

So the C500mkII makes its own proxies, saved with the same file name appended with a "_P". Premiere seems to be fine with relinking to "normal" clips (or at least I can rename the raw clips if I need) but in Slowmo the Proxies are saved with 4 tracks of (blank) audio and the raw footage doesn't have any. Premiere refuses to swap those clips in due to the audio track mis-match.

 

Anyone have an idea as to how I can "force" Premiere to link those Slowmo clips?

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May 12, 2022 May 12, 2022

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Hi OWL BOT,

Sorry about that. Can you try to modify the clip's audio channels to add two more tracks? Try adaptive tracks. After modifying the clips so that they have 4 audio channels see if the proxies will attach. Let me know if it works. 

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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May 18, 2022 May 18, 2022

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I can't modify the raw files without saving them as something other than raw. The issue is that all the proxies generated by the camera and regular-speed raw files have 4 channels and the slow-mo raw files have 0 channels. 

What do you mean by try adaptive tracks? I'm unfamiliar with that.

All that being said, do you think modifying the slow-mo proxies to have 0 audio tracks would work? It should also be said that I'm using the "Reconnect Files" dialogue for this, or was in this case.

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