Hello, I can't collect collect files in .braw files. Can someone help me? During the pandemic it is impossible to send larger files to my colorist. The current workflow consists of me turning the .braw into pro4444 and sending it via the cloud. It would be extremely important for my work. Thanks in advance.
Olá, não consigo fazer o collect files em arquivos .braw.
Alguém pode me ajudar? Durante a pandemia é impossivel enviar arquivos maiores para meu colorista. O workflow atual consiste em eu transformar em prores4444 o .braw e enviar via cloud. Seria de extrema importancia para meu trabalho.
Desde ja obrigado.
BRAW is not fully supported in Premiere, so using the Project Management dialog with it is problematic.
Out of curiosity, are you using the BlackMagic plugin, or the one from Autokroma? I gave up on the BM plugin some time back, as the Autokroma one works always, has better options including fixing the issues where the timcode "slips". I've not tried the Project manager though since I've been using the Autokroma plugin. Maybe I should to see if that can work.
With BRAW Studio, the Project Manager is officially supported and works ! In our tests, the Project Manager was indeed not working with the last version of the BMD Plugin.
Here you can see the list of the differences we noted from our tests (between our plugin and the BMD's plugin for Adobe softwares) : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/BlackmagicRaw-Plugin-BRAW-Studio-Difference
Nicolas from Autokroma
That is good to know, thanks for posting this Nicholas!
The .braw file normally runs on new versions of premiere. It is not possible that I will have to pay for other software just for the software that I pay for it simply works, I will not spend money on it, I have already spent enough on adobe subscription. Well, I hope someone have the solution, thanks for responding!
In video post work ... what works now is the thing one needs to work with. Yea, I can talk "what should be" ... but really? I'm mainly concerned with getting the work out the door.
Plugins have always been a major part of the video post process. Red Giant, Boris, Saphire and so many others. For everything from effects through captions through graphics through transitions through ... everything.
I work daily with a number of colorists, and they are running Resolve, Avid, and Baselight ... and all have spent more money on plugins than most editors I know have spent on their main app. Same with all the vfx people I know.
And a ton of editors have purchased transition packs, LUT packs, audio packs ... you name it.
This is just part of getting the work out now with the tools that get it done. And the Autokroma BRAW saves me a ton of time, it just plain works, I love the presets I've been able to make, and it helps in other ways.
For a very cheap price. Complaining about it costs most users more in time than just buying it. And then getting the work out the door.
Neil's right on this. I have editready and pluraleyes and they've both been worth every penny and although neither is necessary for most workflows, in certain circumstances they beat the built in premiere workflow...