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.

       

       

      Thanks!!