Premiumbeat by Johnathan Paul
Bringing your RED RAW footage into Adobe Premiere Pro? Follow these tips for success.
Film and video productions are often based on fast turn arounds. Nothing can slow you down more than a rocky workflow. Luckily if you?re editing in Premiere you can natively work with RAW footage file types to help bring flexibility and stability to your workflow.
Many filmmakers (myself included) delayed making the move from DSLRs to RED cameras because of the R3D RAW file type. There was a large amount of misinformation out there in regards to working with RED footage. However since the release of Premiere Pro CS6 Adobe has given filmmakers the ability to import and work natively with R3D RAW.
In the past, working natively with RED footage would have been a challenge to say the least, but with the flexibility of Premiere Pro the days of transcoding are gone. The following resources should help all those wanting to make the move to RED cameras but are feeling weary about the workflow. Also we?ll share a few tips on shooting with RED cameras to save you time in post. read more...
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