2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 8, 2013 7:22 PM by Nick Papps

    Premiere and ProRes 422

    Nick Papps Level 1

      I'd like to try and edit with ProRes 422 becasue editing natively on my computer is sluggish.  I imported a project into Final Cut X and it edits fine there.  I can find the origianl (.mov) footage that I shot in the Final Cut Events folder but I can't find the transcoded media. I didn't transcode to proxy or optimized as I leave those choices unchecked. 


      I assumed that Final Cut transcodes the media because it edits smoothly in FCP.  Does anyone know if: 1)FCP transcodes the media or is it just fast? 2) if it does transcode, where is it stored?



      I'd like to be able to take advantage of AE, Speedgrade etc.