Colin Smith's tutorial on fixing flat R3D proxies in Adobe Premiere Pro

Fixing flat R3D Proxies in Adobe Premiere Pro

This tutorial shows you why automatically creating Proxies for some RED Digital Cinema R3D files does not apply the RMD, and sometimes it does. It also shows you a work-around for the problem.

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