This is what I would assume would be the intent of shooting at that resolution. In the Avid bin the clip is listed as x so I’m confused as to whether Avid is maintaining all the original pixels or somehow scaling it into x but keeping track of the original dimensions. Any thoughts on this subject? Project Size yields x and Source Dimension yields x Start a New Topic. I do know on the other clips for offline when we didn’t bake in the frame flex the resulting offline DNX 36 clips still displayed the full frame pixels for the odd sized clips.
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I assume that will allow for a proper 4800×270 conform as the frame flex parameters they might apply in offline will properly translate to online sequence. Project dimensions proxy off – Transcodes the clip at the resolution set for the project.
Hi Steven, I am having the same issue with my footage from a Red Epic. I ama link to the media and I set frame flex to 1. In my case I’m preprocessing the camera media for later relink so now it’s just important to maintain as much quality as possible without distorting the pixels if possible.
This is what I would assume would be the intent of shooting at that 4800z2700.
Did you ever figure out a workaround? I didn’t find a perfect solution but I noticed that one of the options — 4k at x — seems to be the same ratio, just reduced. If you are just cutting it for a later conform, do it at HD, from transcodes I am only just realising that cameras basically make their frame sizes to maximise their sensors, and give people crop room for later.
I wonder if anyone can help me with the following. On Fri, Dec 16, at I am not baking anything in on the transcode. Reply via web post. Messages in this topic 8. Yes, you should, if that is your intent. Visit Your Group New Members 2.
Have you tried the highest rated email app? I have received 5K red rushes with a resolution of X Can anyone clarify the workflow with Red or any other camera that shoots in odd frame sizes? I’m wondering if I should be setting this to Source Original Size to maintain all the pixels? Never delete an email again with GB of free cloud storage. Project Size yields x and Source Dimension yields x I just noticed in the Transcode window there is raster dimensions which can be set to project size or source original size.
The system suggests X Not 5K, only 4K but it seems to preserve aspect ratio and still allow to work in 4k at least. This option allows you to 400×2700 the transcode raster dimensions.
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I just started the process but I’m curious will the resulting DNxHRHQX transcodes be x or will the maintain the original x pixel count. I don’t see my previous reply posted yet but I did a 4800×27700 more research and here is what the Avid Media Composer Help says regarding Transcoding and Raster Dimensions Setting: I assume Avid somehow keeps track of the original size dimensions so that any frame flex manipulations will translate properly in the end.
The minimum dimensions are pixels in width by pixels in height. Posted by Video Geek Squad at 5: You are seeing the original size in the bin. Newer Post Older Post Home. When this option is selected, the list of available codecs changes to the DNxHR family. If you find a solution, let me know.