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  1. Hi All, New to the forum but have been following the blog for years. I was hoping to find a centralized place to discuss workflow for GH4 4K files inside Premiere. Pardon my ignorance if this has been discussed (as I know Andrew has talked about changing previews to ProRes). What settings have people been having the most success with? If your final output is 2K for the web what have you have found to be the most efficient codec while still maintaining quality (ProRes LT maybe?). I appreciate any and all help, - Pete
  2. I've been trying to edit some 4K GH4 sample footage in Premiere Pro CS6 and it continually crashes my system. I'm using a 2.6 GHz i7 Macbook Pro with 8GB of ram on Mountain Lion. I realize that's not the most robust system, but considering what some other people have said they're using it doesn't seem like I should be having the amount of issues I am. I can drop the 4K footage into a 1080 timeline just fine, but as soon as I scale the footage to the frame size - or sometimes once I try and play it back - Premiere says "Sorry, a serious error has occured that requires Adobe Premiere Pro to
  3. Does anyone know if it's possible to create a good "recipe" for converting BMCC raw video to something similar to what the BMCC camera would create when it outputs Film Log ProRes - preferably using Adobe Camera Raw and After Effects? (I'll be using Resolve at some point, but I'm waiting for the new MacPro's to upgrade, and my 2012 Pre-Retina MacBook Pro can't handle Resolve).   To be more clear: I'd like to shoot RAW, but immediately batch convert to something that closely resembles what I would get if I had shot ProRes422 Film Log.     Is there such a recipe?  Or does
  4. Hey Andrew,     I saw your post about working with premiere/ae with the bmcc and noticed you said you are using a macbook with an SSD as the main drive.     I just got my BMCC and havent been able to really use it at all because my macbook keeps crapping on itself everytime I try to do anything with the dng files or resolve. I have the same exact laptop as you I believe: Apple 2011 Macbook Pro 17' i7 8GB RAM.   I've been trying to do as much research as I can about installing an SSD as the main drive and switching the optical drive out of my computer in order to
  5. Adobe have dropped support altogether for Cinema DNG in Premiere Creative Cloud, not that support in the previous version was at all workable. After Effects CC still supports Cinema DNG but it is as slow to playback and render as ever compared to Resolve.   I can't believe they're trying to bury their own format like this, without first replacing it with an alternative. Cinema DNG it at it's peak in terms of camera support.   A good job we have so many good third party converters, codecs like CineForm, as well as native Canon raw plugins for Premiere CS6.   Adobe could have give
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