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  • Lossless Workflow for Premiere

    The dudes/dudettes over at EOSHD put together a pretty cool guide for working with the RAW DNGs in Premiere. Check it out:

    http://www.eoshd.com/content/8822/lo...ck-and-editing

  • #2
    Cool - thanks for the link. I had edited/graded the footage in a 4K Premiere Pro CS6 workflow last night and it was REALLY slow......perhaps this method will help!
    // Aaron

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    • #3
      thank you.very useful info
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      • #4
        Thanks for sharing bud.
        Tom Pierrepont - In-house Camera Operator and Editor (UK)
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        • #5
          If you're on a Mac, I believe Grinder or MPEG Streamclip will do the same creating proxies for you. If you choose Grinder, you can add Denoiser II to the equation.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Brad Ferrell View Post
            If you're on a Mac, I believe Grinder or MPEG Streamclip will do the same creating proxies for you. If you choose Grinder, you can add Denoiser II to the equation.
            AFAIK, Grinder only works on Canon files.

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            • #7
              I dont see this as very practical without a way to batch convert. I'm not seeing a way to do that.
              Last edited by jambredz; 08-27-2012, 07:30 AM.
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              • #8
                Just what I have been looking for to try and get my head around it. Thanks for sharing!
                Peter Lloyd Culley
                Adelaide, South Australia

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                • #9
                  Contact Adobe Feedback here (click the "feedback" tab) and ask them to include Camera Raw conversion in Adobe Prelude. Prelude is adobe's version of Compressor/Grinder for batch conversion. It comes free with Premiere. They have the plug-in for AE, and Prelude uses lots of common code. They could add this if they decided they wanted to. The more users that request it, the greater the chance it will happen.

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                  • #10
                    Why not go this way it works perfect...
                    https://vimeo.com/17270633

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                    • #11
                      Can anyone see any downside to this workflow? I am not the sharpest knife in the block but kind of makes sense to me?

                      Originally posted by maccane View Post
                      Why not go this way it works perfect...
                      https://vimeo.com/17270633
                      Peter Lloyd Culley
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Peter Culley View Post
                        Can anyone see any downside to this workflow? I am not the sharpest knife in the block but kind of makes sense to me?
                        Seems like it would take FOREVER if you have a ton of clips. I'd rather keep a 1:1 ratio for the RAW files(entire clips, not frames) I have and the amount of clips created. It just makes everything easier, especially when you want to go back and conform to your RAW files in Resolve.
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                        • #13
                          Yep makes sense. Nothing beats a singular path. Thanks Paul.

                          Originally posted by PaulDelVecchio View Post
                          Seems like it would take FOREVER if you have a ton of clips. I'd rather keep a 1:1 ratio for the RAW files(entire clips, not frames) I have and the amount of clips created. It just makes everything easier, especially when you want to go back and conform to your RAW files in Resolve.
                          Peter Lloyd Culley
                          Adelaide, South Australia

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by jambredz View Post
                            I dont see this as very practical without a way to batch covert. I'm not seeing a way to do that.
                            After Effects can bulk import, bulk add to render queue, and has a render queue! So that's batch processing as far as I can tell?
                            Last edited by metaljesus; 08-27-2012, 04:34 AM. Reason: added quote

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by metaljesus View Post
                              After Effects can bulk import, bulk add to render queue, and has a render queue! So that's batch processing as far as I can tell?
                              After Effects cannot bulk import raw files. You should run Camera Raw for every shot :-(

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