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Proxy > recconnect full resolution media issues

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Oct 14, 2020

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Hi There,

So using RedCine, I created a proxy, from Red to Prores 1920x1080. Then I started editting the prores at 1920X1080. Now that I am ready to recconnect full resolution media. The Red footage comes in at 3840 x 3072 and is not to scale with the Sequence. It is way huger, and I would have to scale it down. I feel as if I did something wrong, or missed a step. Now that I am done editting with the proxies, Ideally I am looking for a timeline with all Full Res so I can move on to the next stages of Post.

Do I need to change the Sequence settings?

Was editing the proxies at 1920X1080 a mistake? 

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Proxy > recconnect full resolution media issues

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Hi There,

So using RedCine, I created a proxy, from Red to Prores 1920x1080. Then I started editting the prores at 1920X1080. Now that I am ready to recconnect full resolution media. The Red footage comes in at 3840 x 3072 and is not to scale with the Sequence. It is way huger, and I would have to scale it down. I feel as if I did something wrong, or missed a step. Now that I am done editting with the proxies, Ideally I am looking for a timeline with all Full Res so I can move on to the next stages of Post.

Do I need to change the Sequence settings?

Was editing the proxies at 1920X1080 a mistake? 

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If you used redcine X to interpret the raw footage ( debayer and make linear ) at full HD prores than you probaby exported that from redcine X. It's not a proxy so much as new video files. Names of files could be the same but it's a different animal.

Adobe would probably do a better job of creating a proxy if you did it directly in Adobe instead of from Redcine and then importing those exported files from redcine. 

I doubt if it matters though... just work with the full HD stuff for your next step in post as prores. Otherwise you kinda missed the boat re: how to work those files from red.

 

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I could be totally wrong as I haven't tested red stuff since the first camera came out and I had to use redcine to get an intermediate to edit in Adobe when it was CS6

 

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I think you may be correct about me "exporting the files from Redcine x" creating new files instead of a proxy. They do have the same name, maybe not a proxy. 

That being the case. I'm not confident on the next step, should I create a new sequence at 3840 x 3072, copy my timeline from the prores version in to it, then swap in the Red footage? 

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Sorry, I don't know a solution cause I only have old cs6 program. I use resolve but that won't help you. There's a guy here who has used red footage in your version of adobe so maybe he'll see this and give some advice.

Maybe at least try your idea re: new sequence, see what happens. I doubt xml or edl would help. In worse case maybe export a file from your prores version (like mov h264 ) so you can use it to conform (duplicate by timecode etc.) the new edit ?

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Change the sequence to match the red footage in the sequence settings.

Set the editing mode to custom first.

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