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accepted Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
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comment Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Thanks @AJ Henderson yes I am aware of the meanings - i.e. lossless (decompressed lossless file is identical to original, e.g. as in FLAC for audio) and lossy means information thrown away but smaller file size/data rate.
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comment Looking for compressed standard definition file format to share footage between Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
+1 upvote. Which "flavour" of MPEG4? There seem to be a few: AVC, H263, H264, with container this, container that etc. etc. Can you advise on which MPEG4 type Final Cut will support - for Adobe I would expect it to support it as it does very well at supporting most formats. If you can get back to me I would like to accept your answer. I can't really understand why these would have visible quality loss when MPEG4 is also used in HD video (and the file sizes compare favourably to uncompressed AVI). If I choose the correct quality settings then surely there will be no noticeable degradation?
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comment Effective working at audio/video editing sessions (avoid fatigue making steady progress)
+1 Thanks @Chris James Champeau
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comment Effective working at audio/video editing sessions (avoid fatigue making steady progress)
+1 Thanks @AJ Henderson for your experience! I will leave the Question open for other contributors and then look at closing.
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answered Effective working at audio/video editing sessions (avoid fatigue making steady progress)
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comment Effective working at audio/video editing sessions (avoid fatigue making steady progress)
+1 Thanks for your input. I guess the difference between editing and illustrating a book might be that with editing you start with raw content whereas with illustration you might sometimes start from scratch. Where they are the same is that both involve iterative work, going over the same content to refine.
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comment How to do a “deep” / full copy of a nested sequence in Premiere Pro CS6? (i.e. constituent components are all copied)
+1 and accepted - it tells me that what I want is not quite possible (yet). Thanks. Which version of FCP by the way do we see this in? I also have FCP 7 - the last (I think) version before X.
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accepted How to do a “deep” / full copy of a nested sequence in Premiere Pro CS6? (i.e. constituent components are all copied)
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comment How to do a “deep” / full copy of a nested sequence in Premiere Pro CS6? (i.e. constituent components are all copied)
Understood and thanks. However my preference was that when Premiere Pro is copying a sequence, that it would also make true, independent copies of the components that the copy of the sequence should contain. It's inconvenient that this has to be considered manually by the user.
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