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Old July 1st, 2009, 07:35 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Kevin Dooley View Post
What is this "re wrap" you speak of?
I haven't done the re-wrap since I got NeoScene...

Anyway, you can open a *.MOV file from the camera in Quicktime and save it as an MP4 (or is it M4V?) without re-encoding the file. Opening the file in Vegas gives video without crushed blacks. However, it's still really slow to edit the native files. I recommend NeoScene as it fixes the crushed blacks, slows the video to 29.97fps, and provides a great intermediate format for smooth editing. Unless you use ProRes, NeoScene is a must-buy for the 5D2.
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