Thanks to all of you who have been of great help to me as I've been working with Technicolor on the Mastering of a feature. I've never really had a feature leave my system before, or at least one that I stayed in control of, so this has all been very new and educational.
Okay, question (or, rather, a confirmation) for final steps - they are sending me the following next week, for me to keep or for import back into Premiere for trailer cutting, still pulling, festival DVD making, etc. I just want to make sure this list is sufficient.
HDCAM Master Tape
Files on a Hard Drive
10-Bit Uncompressed Quicktime of Completed Film
Compressed 422 ProRes Quicktime of Completed Film
I guess my main question is - will the 422 suffice for a high quality trailer and DVDs? They also offered to make an even-more-compressed H264, but if I can inport the ProRes Quicktime, that doesn't seem necessary, does it?
I guess my main question is - will the 422 suffice for a high quality trailer and DVDs?
Yes. All else being equal.