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Old March 3rd, 2007, 03:36 PM   #16
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..., does this mean I can leave it unrendered on the timeline when I'm exporting via frame serve - Export or Adobe Media Encoder?
I leave the timeline unrendered. The only problem I've found so far is with rolling titles. For some reason static titles work fine, color correction works fine, dissolves work fine, but rolling titles I have to render, export as an uncompressed avi and replace in the timeline.

Rendering without export doesn't seem to help. Probably has something to do with Premiere not outputing the preview renders plus something else.
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Old March 4th, 2007, 11:44 AM   #17
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The frame serve method seems to be incompatible with the program Mpeg_Stream clip, which I use to convert my clips to .mov files and other formats. Too bad - guess I'll have to run the dummy file through vdub make a HuffyUV or compressed .avi file and convert to mjpb .mov from that file?
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Old March 12th, 2007, 05:19 PM   #18
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Brad / Julian

I've been playing with all the workarounds on the circuit for a couple of
months and considering the time factors involved / tests / drawbacks etc.
I decided to divide cineforms purchase price by 10 and allocate that spesific
ammount to my first ten customers for 2007. Apart from my normal production
rates they paid the additional fees "built into" the quote.

This capitalistic venture saved me a lot of time compared to all my previous
workarounds. The Cineform way enhanced my overall production workflow
to such an extent that the time factor if closely monitored, vs all my other
workarounds and quality requirements spiralled into a profitable
scenario.

After 17 years in the industry I'm tired of trying to keep up with the latest
techno from a financial viewpoint. I think it's time for the customers to pay
for our new transition to HD LAND.

Better rates for all !!!!!!

greetings / Herman / Cape-Town S-A.
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Old March 15th, 2007, 04:10 AM   #19
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Can someone confirm this? Also, does this mean I can leave it unrendered on the timeline when I'm exporting via frame serve - Export or Adobe Media Encoder?
For anything other than DV, Premiere does not use rendered files for export. I believe this has to do with the fact, that if you export to a non-native codec, it wants to re-render to get best quality possible.
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