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Clip unscharf nach Export aus Color

Clip from blurred to export Color



Frage von spacemonkey:
März 2011

Hi,

I have 1080p material in Final Cut cut in a sequence-720p. This then sent next s.Color. After the export back to Final Cut the image is slightly blurred. Even if I use in any Color Effect and the image back s.Final Cut chic, it is blurred ...

Thanks for all the info ...



Antwort von Axel:

This is exactly what you describe it there is actually a very common practice, without videos are blurred, you'd have a bit more going into detail. The codecs in the game? Render Settings Final Cut Pro, Color ...



Antwort von spacemonkey:

alright ...

also:

Source: 1080p HD format 1440x1080 pixels.
Timeline: 960x720 (16:9)
Compressor: HDV 1080p25

Color
Quicktime Export Codec: Unkompressed 10-bit 4:2:2

When you export back s.Final Cut Color asks me "change graded FC sequence to match export QT codec"

If I say Yes, it comes as a 10-bit with square pixels and a format of 1280x720. When I say No, it is as I sent out back. Both times blurred.
Even if I export as a QT codec in Color Apple ProRes 442 "pick it changes nothing ... Have the Choice in Color only between 8-bit, 10-bit, and the appleprores in HQ ...

thnx





Antwort von AD Tom:

This could s.Deinem Format-mix between "lie. In order to achieve the most friction-free planning workflow in Final Cut Pro (without Redern and crashes), the timeline settings should match those of the format used.
Try, `times your material in the sequence to copy complete, then copy it to a new sequence with the same format settings to get it then send s.Color.

Good luck

Thomas.



Antwort von spacemonkey:

have allowed the sequence in 1440x1080p (16:9). s.color then sent there as a 1920x1080 (other possibility I can get my color not) and edited without changing export QuickTime codecs sent back s.Final Cut Pro. still blurred.
I found out that it is already blurred, if I put a sequence in Final Cut Pro to ProRes 442 ...
possible that color hdv1080p can not?



Antwort von Axel:

Color can import and export HDV no, I did. Perhaps the workflow is better in the future to capture the same in ProResHQ (then synonymous by default in 1920). Avoid the style-round-and-Her. If even 720, then at least 720 x 1280 pixels and a square.
Send From Final Cut Pro out "s.Color" put the export codec there to "original".




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