R3D files are essentially just a custom container that holds video encoded in JPEG2000 and PCM audio. Though ffmpeg only supports the RED container until version 3, not the newer version 4 (see this).
You can convert RED version 3 files the same way you would convert any other video with ffmpeg.
F.e. to h264 use the command below. Doesn't make much sense ...
Drag all your r3d files into Adobe Media Encoder (or CineX Pro), transcode to ProRes 422 (Proxy) and then use these to make your edit in Premiere. Once done, make the proxy footage offline in your project window and then relink to the original files.
Make sure to keep your folder structures the same for the proxies so that relinking is just a 1-click ...
Any camera with an HDMI or SDI output can can stream via wifi using a Teradek Cube (http://teradek.com/pages/cube).
This setup will allow you to monitor and record via iOS or computer. It also supports remote recording over the internet (decoder needed).
In addition to WiFi, Terdek also supports 3G/4G/LTE cellular networks via a USB modem.
Filming any light that is strongly a single color is likely to produce a lot of noise because it's absorbing more light. (In your case, the red brick is absorbing green and blue, leaving only the red.)
Furthermore, if you're filming with a Bayered CMOS sensor like the ones found in most phone cameras and DSLRs, the sensor captures twice as much green light ...
You can tap the SDI output port of any RED camera and feed that to a hardware device that reads 1080p video. Blackmagic make some things that translate SDI -> internal video stream via PCIe card (Decklink), USB (Ultrastudio), and Thunderbolt (Ultrastudio for Thunderbolt). This would be the easy way to do it.
If you have a RED DRAGON (EPIC or SCARLET) with ...
Just finished working with exact same sort of footage. I never got that issue.
Update Premiere CC.
Start a new project from scratch. Import one R3D file and create a sequence from it. See what happens.
Create a new project in another editing program, one that can read R3D footage. Create brand new sequence, see what happens.
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You can use red official program "REDline"
Download It from here https://www.red.com/download/redline-linux-beta
It's a shell script. to install it. From properties change it's permission to allow execute.
Now open it in terminal and install it
$ sudo <filelocation/file.sh>
if you are in a installer directory you can install it by running
There is the Eyefi product line which basically wraps a small wifi chip together with a small arm SoC into an SD package with some limited internal storage.
They do work but the range is rather limited and you have to use their software in order to use them. Also only SD cards in their product line which aren't used in ...