Glad to help, Chris. You can try it. I’m a beginner to the NLE world and working exclusively with ProRes HQ footage telecine of about 15, feet of family 8mm film from the 40’s – 60’s. Now i need to deliver sd and hd movies in quicktime proress , but this option is not availeble in adobe premiere or AE. Its is used because it does a great job of compressing which keeps files smaller and holds up extremely well when compared to other codecs. I’m just honestly surprised. I read it and employed some of his techniques.
Is this not a standard codec for a mac? Hope that helps, Mike.
Check out ccs5 tutorials. Sure it will, just click on the chain icon to the right of the width and height settings that lock the ratio and PRESTO I’ve been working for two months with cs5 now and it is really good.
In the past I have gotten great results from them.
export to apple prores 422 in premiere cs5 on a mac
Please enter a title. In fcp i have to convert everything.
Would you mind letting me know what settings you use in Adobe Media Encoder so I can experiment with this.
Return to posts index. I would still be using Video Toaster on the Amiga You will get lots of opinions here, but as someone who has worked most of my career in premieree production facilities I would suggest the codec that most professionals are turning to at the moment.
I’m not complaining, i’m switching back to ppro.
ProRes 422 in Premiere CS5.5?
AME wont let you have x Thanks for your replies guys. You can try it. I then changed width to to match my source footage and the height changes to when i expected I am not an expert. They recommended a powerful software called foxreal video converter for Mac.
Adobe is not the “A” company to complain to You can playback but cant export. Why not use FCP 7 to edit your video.
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Experiment with a short clip to make sure it works for you. Its is used because it does a great job of compressing which keeps files smaller and holds up extremely well when compared to other codecs.
Others might suggest codecs that seem to be only known by Premiere users or uncompressed, which for longer projects create humongous files. A conversion utility or anything else on your Mac system can write to ProRes Yeah, being a beginner I really had no idea the codef answer to his question. How would I go about to install the ProRes decoder and where would I get it?
spple I do all my editing in premiere. I Selected ‘quicktime’ in the export settings why do you need to do this when it is avid?
Prores codecs for windows 7 and pp cs5?
Now i need to deliver sd and hd movies in quicktime proressbut this option is not availeble in adobe premiere or AE. Hopefully prorex can help u. Mike that is very helpful info, but it doesnt change the fo that PCs cannot export to the Prores codec which was the Chris’ question. I assume the decoder above just allows premiere to read in files. I used an old mac with an old version of fcp on it to encode all the SD files to prores and mpegstreamclip for the HD mpeg2 files.
I read it and employed some of his techniques.
Personally, I’ve found it pretty challenging to find much “using ProRes in Premiere” info but maybe I just don’t know where to look. I would not say it’s standard. Thats my perspective on it. I have a apple pro res HQ test clip imported to my timeline, but what output settings do i use in media encoder to get apple prores HQ as the output delivery. Glad to help, Chris. Helmuth, you might also want ot be aware of another HD high bandwidth SDI recorder from Blackmagic that is supose to hit the market sometime in July.
I’m a beginner to the NLE world and working exclusively with ProRes HQ footage telecine of about 15, feet of family 8mm film from the 40’s – 60’s. I have one on cs55 myself from ADK. I’m not judging here