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Old September 10th, 2012, 07:54 AM   #1
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Does CineformPro work with CS 6?


I have both Neoscene 5.6.2 installed and a trial version of Studio Professional.

Recently upgraded to CS 6.0 and found 2 major problems with the above.

I refer to the main program console and not Firstlight ( Cineform files only) or HD Link.

1) I own multiple Canon A1 and A1s HDV cams whose output/format is MPEG-2 which yields .files with the .m2t extension.

At present, in my case, although you can see the files in their original folders when attempting to import new files, when you select open nothing happens. Nothing is displayed in the main Go Pro Cineform Studio window!

2) As an editor, I heavily rely on Cineforms video filters which can be found in the Efx panel in Premiere Pro. Examples include the color corrector.

Until CS 5.5, in my experience they worked perfectly however in CS 6.0 they fail to do anything. It's very easy, quick and convenient to color correct a clip while its right on the timeline. Takes a few seconds. I utilize this resource often.

I mystified if its just me and what others experience has been.

Can you use Cineforms editing tools as intended in Premiere Pro 6?

Any ideas on how to rescue my situation?

Any input, suggestions and input welcome.

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