Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ

Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 29, 2008 12:24PM) Gunther Maier
Hi,

I need to combine HDV footage shot on a Sony with 30fps with footage shot on a RED ONE in 24fps. The guy I am getting the footage from thinks using the Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ will be the best solution.
Please confirm or suggest otherwise. The final product will be SD DVD.
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 29, 2008 01:49PM) Ken Stone Admin
As far as I know, the only way to work with Red footage in FCP, is to use the ProRes 422 (HQ) codec.

--ken
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 30, 2008 05:16AM) ronny courtens
We have been working with RED footage for some time now, the Apple ProRes 422 codec is indeed the best way to go, also for HDV footage.

Best wishes,

Ronny
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 30, 2008 05:45AM) jlcinc
Can anyone explain the difference between the old AIC and Pro Res, right now I am working with Studio 1 and don't use Pro Res, the AIC looks pretty good but I am having real problems with pans and even with people walking through the frame?

Thanks,

John
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 30, 2008 09:15AM) Ken Stone Admin
Check this out on ProRes 422

[www.moviola.com]

--ken
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 30, 2008 09:41AM) jlcinc
Thanks Ken,

That helped but I was hoping that someone might know the difference between AIC and ProRes. Just curious.

John
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 30, 2008 11:44AM) steve douglas
Ronny, Are you referring to Pro Res 422 or 422HQ with the Red One?
Steve
Re: Apple Pro Res 4.22 HQ (July 31, 2008 08:42PM) ronny courtens
Hi Steve,

ProRes 422 HQ if the final delivery is HD broadcast master or for film transfer. ProRes 422 if the delivery format is anything else.

Best wishes,

Ronny
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