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Old November 19th, 2010, 06:06 PM   #1
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ProRes question

I have an issue I'm running into with a project that's Apple ProRes 422.

I have a 20 minute ceremony. All of the footage is Apple ProRes 422, and when I dragged the footage into the timeline, I said yes to changing the sequence to match the clip settings.

For some reason, after adding nothing other than some simple gamma filters and color correctors, it takes 7 HOURS to render a 20 MINUTE ceremony!

My sequence settings:

1920x1080 HDTV 1080i (16:9)
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square
Field Dominance: None
Editing Timebase: 29.97
Compressor: Apple ProRes 422

A couple things under Render Control:

Codec: Same as Sequence Codec
Render Quality: Best

Something definitely cannot be right. The only weird thing I can think of is that my second angle was shot in HDV, but I converted those clips to the same format as my other clips.

Any ideas????

Thank you :)

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