|February 18th, 2010, 08:42 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Blacksburg VA
Will this workflow keep good quality?
Ive got a large project (around 10 hours of footage) that i need to edit down to 5 separate videos, each being around 2 - 5 mins. The footage is half interviews, done against green screen, that need to be keyed. And half B-roll footage that will be used when the people hit a relevant topic.
I'll need to export the project for the web and DVD. I shot everything on a Panasonic HMC150, at 720 30P. Here is how im thinking of editing:
- Bring AVCHD files into Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
- Edit down to a rough cut
- Export the sequence as cineform from PPro. (the footage is converted through the same process and quality as if it had been done through HDlink right?)(can i use TMPGEnc 4.0 Express for this export?)
- Import that cineform file into After Effects CS4. Do all color correction, grading, text, effects, and green screen keying.
- Export from After Effects as Cineform
- Import back into PPro for any final tweaks
- Export Cineform file from PPro
- Convert to web and DVD formats using TMPGEnc 4.0 Express (was told this was better than exporting to web and DVD straight out of PPro.
I didnt use Dynamic Link between PPro and AE in this outline because many people have told me it is unstable on larger projects.
It seems like my process requires me to export and import a lot, but ive been told working with a rendered file is much easier than trying to import a sequence from PPro into AE or anything like that. Im new at all of this stuff though so please feel free to give me any recommendations. Thanks!
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