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Old July 26th, 2011, 02:19 PM   #16
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Re: Hot new video card, 5D files still choppy!

You don't need to transcode ANY DSLR footage. I run CS5 on my MBP 2.26 dual, with 8GB and I can drag, drop, and play back at any quality level.

That being said, there are times when I still transcode.

Works just fine. I don't know how CS4 handles it, but they added a lot in CS5 so it would make a lot of sense if the efficiency of the software changed. In addition, as you add effects, premiere will transcode to 4:4:4 on the fly when you render the timeline, and after that it is running off of the preview file anyway.
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Old July 26th, 2011, 03:26 PM   #17
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Re: Hot new video card, 5D files still choppy!

Cineform is still valuable, even if you don't transcode. You can use it as an intermediate, when you composite or grade something and want to render it for use in the overall project. Also as a master for the final project render. You can then render deliverables from the master Cineform file and archive the master for future use.
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