See this page for basic information about RED EPIC importer software:
> Will the R3D plugin work with a trial version of CS5.5?
There is no difference between the trial version and the full version (except that the trial version expires after 30 days).
See this page.
> Don't think that's true. I don't believe the trial version have support for AVC codec.
All of the codecs that are in the full version are in the trial version for Premiere Pro CS5.5.
Guess you better change your website then oops guess that's 5.0--my mistake
Todd, will the Epic importer work on CS5.0.3, fully updated? I can't get EPIC material to import, and launching the importer plugin doesn't seem to do anything other than open PrPro... I just finished a big shoot with EPIC and need to start editing ASAP. I'd rather not transcode in CINE-X, either...
You need to manually put the files in the correct folders on your computer. There is instructions on the site where the downloads are. Takes 5 minutes. There are files for PrPro, After Effects and I think Media Encoder.
> is there any other way to get EPIC footage into 5.0.3 without doing a transcode in Cine-X?
Since the importer requires CS5.5, it seems that transcoding is your only option if you don't have CS5.5.
Hi every one...
I'm wondering, since the Scarlet and Epic are so similar, if the CS5.5 (+Epic Importer) is requiered for Scarlet 4K footage... OR, because it's "only" 4K, like a RED-ONE MX, would it work natively in CS5?
I'm sitting here having my RED EPIC files CONSTANTLY flake out. I have hundreds of gigabytes of files here. Do i really have to transcode?
It's uncharacteristic of Adobe to not at least chime in on this...
how long have you been working with it in after effects? I've gone weeks without problems, and then boom, offline. Can't reconnect. I can re-load, but it won't stay put for long. By flakey i mean that the EPIC files randomly goes offline in after effects.
Maybe it's something I'm doing.