I have a general question about the workflow for offline projects in Premiere Pro 2nd We have to HDV with the M2 35mm adapter rotated, ie the picture is upside down. I would therefore like to propose a computerized converted, rotated version of the raw material in Premiere Pro and cut the whole in After Effects online. What would you suggest for a workflow? My personal favorite would be the following:
Material to rotate 180 degrees, down to DV reckon -> Proxy master this proxy master load into Premiere, scenes and takes as Subclips create Project Cut (With A / B Reel technique if crossfades instead of hard cuts to be used later in the panels to be able to build AE)
then the online process: Without material changes in lossless codec render -> Online-master, the time code is identical with the proxy-master In the premiere the proxy through the online master master superseded, so now all subclips refer to the online master Customize cut or A / B Reels in lossless codec export
The whole get into After Effects, deinterlace, rotate, edit, ...
Unfortunately, Premiere Sublips for the reference to the Urspungsfile rather than maintain the original (which I do not quite understand ...) what this workflow makes it impractical and Premiere Pro project does not seem in retrospect to change (of DV to HDV) .
Can you look at the whole instead of an EDL with it? Do you have experience as well as the work or because there are any hidden problems?
Thanks in any case already for your answers!
Antwort von Markus:
... Online, the master time code is identical with the proxy-master ...
the above aspect, according to a report on the HDV editing offline in the magazine PC video a sticking point. Get a look at the 1 / 2007 and read the report s.Page 26th