- September 4, 2018 at 6:35 pm
Starting a new project today that will be output for broadcast, and have very little info as to the makeup of the files…this is all the info I have (and will ever have)…
“We shot LogC ProRes4444”.
It’s 4k footage but will be output in HD, so I thought I would ingest into a 4K project and then edit in HD…there are so many more color space choices in the 4K world!
Any suggestions on the most appropriate color space setting? I usually default to YCbCr 709 and haven’t had many issues, but a few.
Thanks in advance!
- September 4, 2018 at 7:21 pm
Thanks Shane. By Rec709, I’m assuming you’re referring to the YCbCR 709 setting. Correct?
And while we’re at it, is there a significant advantage to ingesting into a 4K project and then editing in HD?
OR…should I just start the project in HD (in which case Frame Flex still works)? I’ve done it both ways and haven’t really come to a definite conclusion.
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