0 Replies Latest reply on May 5, 2011 7:43 AM by milkykaush

    Using Premiere as an alternative to Cine-X to create presets for RED One Camera

    milkykaush Level 1

      Hello all,

       

      I'm just looking for some advice about using the source settings option in Premiere CS5.5 for creating a look that my DP can then use as preset stored on an SD card on the RED One.  I know I can do this all within Cine-X but being a Windows user, it seems that the latest build of that freeware is very clunky and buggy, often crashing unexpectedly! Premiere seems to be a far more stable environment so I'd prefer to do the hard work in there through the source settings window and then just do the export of that look within Cine-X to an SD card to slot into the camera.

       

      I'm a bit new to this DIT thing, being a staunch believer in good old 35mm generally, and so not very comfortable with the layout of Cine-X, compared to Premiere where I feel right at home! I'm guessing if I save the look that create in the source settings monitor for a R3D clip to the RMD file and then open that same clip in cine-x for export to an SD Card, it should load that same look off the RMD file? That's not too crazy a thought is it??

       

      Also, assuming the above works, once I'm in Cine-X, how do I export that preset look I created within Premiere, to an SD card so my DP can replicate it for every shot following? (totally newbie question I know :P) Any help and suggestions soon would be greatly appreciated as I am doing some camera tests with the DP this Saturday and don't want to let him down!

       

       

      Thanks,

       

       

       

      Kaushik