2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 19, 2016 7:29 PM by Kevin-Monahan

    Red scene/project metadata unrecognized

    throwcomp

      Seems only look specific metadata is recognized in Premiere CC from Red R3D files.  All other detailed project/scene metadata present on those files in Red Cine-X is not present when imported into premiere.  Is there a solution for getting these metadata fields (project/scene/shot/take/unit/production name/DP/Director/Camera Operator/etc) into Premiere CC? 

       

      Exporting a FCP EDL containing desired clips from Red Cine-X for import into Premiere CC only carries over "Scene" field and none of the others.  Basically any field showing up in the metadata window of Red Cine-X should be available in Premiere CC.

        • 1. Re: Red scene/project metadata unrecognized
          Michael Tiemann Level 1

          So here it is more than two years later, and Premiere Pro CC 2015.2 still only recognizes a small fraction of R3D's metadata.  Foolcontrol is now a great way to do electronic slates and feed all the info wirelessly to WEAPON cameras.  But almost all that slate info is lost by Premiere Pro.  Should we expect more from Adobe in 2016?  Or nothing at all?

          • 2. Re: Red scene/project metadata unrecognized
            Kevin-Monahan Adobe Employee

            Seems only look specific metadata is recognized in Premiere CC from Red R3D files.  All other detailed project/scene metadata present on those files in Red Cine-X is not present when imported into premiere.  Is there a solution for getting these metadata fields (project/scene/shot/take/unit/production name/DP/Director/Camera Operator/etc) into Premiere CC?

             

            Exporting a FCP EDL containing desired clips from Red Cine-X for import into Premiere CC only carries over "Scene" field and none of the others.  Basically any field showing up in the metadata window of Red Cine-X should be available in Premiere CC.

             

            Please create a feature request for that here.

             

            Thanks,

            Kevin