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  • ProxyMill - the encoder that can encode...

    ProxyMill - the encoder that can encode...

    March 22, 2011, 7:52 pm
    I don’t do a lot of XDCAM work. Before the Canon revolution it seemed there was a lot more Panasonic HXV200 shooting than XDCAM in my market. But that recently changed as two Sony EX-1 projects came on board. As I was figuring out workflow for the first time I was researching the best way to get the media to ProRes for a Final Cut Pro edit. It seemed it was a two step process: re-wrap the original media to XDCAM .mov files and then convert those to ProRes.

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