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CMerlin

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  1. I'm sorry, but i don't know waht you wanna say whit that. Can you explain a little more? Thank you
  2. Thank you guys. Iread a lot these days, was determined to work with DNxHD codec, but I found a post where they say some information is lost. http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/3/939136 And recommends working with YUV 422 intermediate file, but I do not know what type of codec is. sunyata, Because when working in Final Cut Pro all I recorded what encoding to ProRes 422, and I always read on the Internet as people spend all intermediate codec files. But after reading the article above I have my doubts.
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    Grading

    For me the most difficult is to prepare the material in h.264 (premiere pro) to Resolve in windows.
  4. Thank you very much for the help. The only downside I'm seeing with the theme is transcoding the file sizes. Bigasoft ProRes Converter 1.3 GB makes an 8GB file. I know that working with 4K much space is needed, but it would be better to work with h.264 in premiere but 1/4 or 1/8. I see people recommending that when the project is completed a pass to AE project 16-bit, apply denoiser, add some noise and then export a TIFF Resolve to send. I see too many people going with the Panasonic GH4 4K 1080p. Some special process is required to do that? The truth is that every time I lost more because I can not find the right way to do it. Thank you
  5. Hi, I'm new to this forum, after a while of reading I decided to put my first post. I have always worked with the Canon 60D, and premiere pro CS6/CC. Now I bought Panasonic GH4 and i'm a little lost with the workflow. My PC: i7 3930k Asus P9x79 WS GTX 670 2GB 32GB RAM 1600 Storage: C: 256GB Samsung 840 PRO (Os / App) D: 2x Caviar Black 1TB RAID 0 (Media / Projects) E: Caviar Black 1TB (Export ) F: 256GB Samsung 840 PRO (Media Cache) G:Caviar Green 1TB (D: Backups) H Caviar Green 500GB (Music, movies, etc.) Dell U3014 I tried to work with 24p Cinema 4k. Goes well, but applying any effect, it is very slow. When I export to h.264 4k 24p, takes a long time, the CPU goes only to 27% and the RAM to 11GB ... I do not know why not use more. Here are my questions: 1. Which would be the best workflow for working with 4K files? Proress, DNxHD ...? Proxies? The final product will almost always exported at 1080p, only in some cases to 4k for now. So if there are two workflows would seem interesting to me also. 2. After the editing, workflow to move to color grading in Resolve? 3. Better combination for external backups? Any other advice will be of great help. Excuse my English. Thanks
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