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Re: RAW evaluations and graded versions

Re: RAW evaluations and graded versions

Virgil Kastrup

You can produce ProRes files on a windows computer with Assimilate Scratch, so no need to transfer everything to a mac.

Virgil Kastrup
Post Production Supervisor

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On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 7:59 AM Geoff Boyle <geoff@...> wrote:

I’m in the process of cutting the rushes down to 1 second clips.

It’s easy in some software to cut the raw files down.

It’s not so easy with others, it’s a brute force job and with 50 folders per camera to trim and zip it’s time consuming and I need to get out on my bike after a few hours of it.

Of course I can’t trim compressed folders without going through an edit so I’m uploading the compressed files as they are.

As always there appears to be one lot of rushes missing/faulty, don’t tell me I should have had a DIT, last time this happened was the last time we had a DIT!

I’m hoping the manufacturer, who was there, has a copy. We do have 2 variations of the camera concerned just not the third so it’s not the end of the world.


I’ll put the raw files up first and then add pages of UHD QT next, I’m going to try not putting them on YouTube or Vimeo and host them on cmltests.net directly as h264 that I create. The full res QT files will be DNxHR 444 12 bit because I’m not going to play musical computers and transfer everything from a blazingly fast Windows machine to a sluggish Mac just to produce ProRes.

I’ll probably use Handbrake to produce the h264.




Geoff Boyle NSC FBKS






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