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Magic Lantern Raw - Issue with Raw Magic

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Hi,

 

Over the weekend I shot a short film using the Magic Lantern raw hack on a 5D mk III. Everything went perfectly and now I want to make proxies for the director to start his edit. 

 

The problem I'm running into this time is spanned 4gb+ files. I used automator to rename all of the files in each card with a naming scheme of r001c0001 and so on. R for roll and C for clip. When I dump all of these files into RawMagic it only see the takes that are in smaller than 4gb or unspanned. I assume by messing with the file naming I've broken the link between the spanned files. 

 

Can anyone think of a solution for this problem?

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Oh I know. I was just trying out the workflow linked in my original post. It gives the files a more standardised naming scheme. One solution I can think of is to format cards is exFat so that they're single files. 

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Combine first, then rename.

 

Ditto, and I'll elaborate.  If the footage is important to you, archive/save the original files.  Then develop a workflow from there, always considering you might have to go back to a certain step and start again.

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