Batch Encoding to Prores 422

June 27, 2012, 09:46 AM

In last week's post I mentioned I would share a tutorial on how to transcode to Prores 422 with Adobe Media Encoder. Unlike Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro CS6 doesn't have a Log and Transfer tool that can easily transcode native footage to ProRes - and since one of Premiere Pro's main selling points is it's ability to edit with native formats, why should it?

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