3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2012 10:51 AM by Jim_Simon

    So, does anyone want to see PPRO's RGB Parade after converting Canon H.264 to ProRes4444 ?

    AtonMusic Level 2



      So here I am with a Project that I converted to ProRes via AME and AE...


      I loaded the files into PPRO and had a first-glance at the footage with the RGB Parade open...


      I was litterally chocked to see that Adobe's Prores-Encoding had eaten my blue channel... At least according to the RGB Parade.

      The image looks just fine and the channel isn't really missing... The RGB-Parade is now officially not only slow but also very wrong ;-)


      Applying ANY effect to the clips without tweaking ANY parameters, will give you the blue channel back...


      I am converting to Prores from either AME or AE (AE 32bit set to pre-matte the Alpha Channel)


      Here is a screenshot:


      Screen Shot 2012-02-22 at 7.24.28 PM.png



      Below is a screenshot of another Canon H.264 Clip converted to ProRes 4444 BUT using compressor.

      That is the way it is supposed to look.


      Any Ideas Anyone ?


      Screen Shot 2012-02-22 at 7.29.45 PM.png