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  • Raw workflow ( DAVINCI - FCP / Premiere - AE )

    Hi people!
    I am new here, and like a lot of us i've got the raw fever.
    but the problem is i cant figure out how to use After effects / nuke in my workflow.
    1. i made proxies with davinci for edit
    2. Xml export from my NLE (fcp)
    3. import timeline with raw file relinked for color grading
    Now how do i make my compositing? even if i import dng sequence in ae for compositing how do i export back to resolve and preserve all the raw datas?
    PLZ HELP Thanx

  • #2
    Originally posted by makitapen View Post
    Now how do i make my compositing? even if i import dng sequence in ae for compositing how do i export back to resolve and preserve all the raw datas?
    PLZ HELP Thanx
    you dont. its either resolve or ACR/AE.
    best you can do is export from AE as prores4444 or DNXHD 444.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by prio View Post
      you dont. its either resolve or ACR/AE.
      best you can do is export from AE as prores4444 or DNXHD 444.
      there must be a way how do vfx artist works when i comes to big files? shall i color correct first then composite (which makes not much sense...)

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      • #4
        vfx artists use 444 files.
        and the footage has a flattened colorgrade retaining every color at 444.
        a good work (not the only working) workflow is rendering the clip at prores4444 or DnxHd444 with a bmd film color space.
        when you render out the clip from AE, render to uncompressed yuv 10bit or any non-destructive codec, import that clip into your NLE and then finally export an XML to resolve for grading.
        send back to NLE if you have some blackcards, etc for final render.

        edit:
        if there was a working workflow between AE and Resolve without rendering the cdng sequence first, this forum probably isn't the best place to ask,
        go to cgtalk, creative cow or even magiclantern forum.
        Last edited by prio; 12-03-2013, 05:31 PM.

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