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  • Mark Dagostino

    March 22, 2022 at 2:31 pm

    I import using Prelude without transcoding and found that it started doing that a few updates ago. It brings in all the subfolders, content/clips, for the .mxf files. When I import I get the same as you. My workaround has been to take the .mxf files out of the clips folder and move them to my top level footage folder for that project and that works to keep the renamed filenames when importing. I’m not sure why this happens now but it’s a pain. My other workaround is to transcode to .mov files. These import with proper filenames nicely. Not the ideal answer. Hopefully someone from Adobe will chime in.

  • Mark Dagostino

    March 4, 2022 at 10:54 pm

    I’ve been using the closed captioning function inside Premiere 2022 and it works nicely and is easy to use. I also have used rev.com. They are fast and very inexpensive. I’ve had turnaround sometimes in under an hour.

  • Mark Dagostino

    May 17, 2021 at 1:24 pm

    Sorry for not answering. I’ve just switched to a new system and wasn’t receiving notifications. It seems the new system with Premiere updated solved. Thanks:)

  • Mark Dagostino

    November 17, 2020 at 8:25 pm

    Same issue here. I went on some other forums and an Adobe rep said the are “working on it”. The recommended fix that worked for me is to go to Workspaces, select the default “edit” workspace and then go back to your preferred workspace. That seems to work till I start another project and have to do it again.

  • Mark Dagostino

    July 25, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Thanks, as well Jeff. I really appreciate this.

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

  • Mark Dagostino

    July 25, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    Thanks, Shane. I’ve been using XDCam for my setting all along. I’ve been at this for many years and am still struggling with “wrapping” my head around wrappers and codecs:)

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

  • Mark Dagostino

    July 25, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    Thanks for your reply, Jeff. Sorry. I should have stated Mac. I’m, actually not concerned about how it exports. I export h.264. I was just wondering what codec in the drop down for sequence settings is best optimized for mxf for editing. What I do works well, but I’m simply curious, as always, if there’s a better way.

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

  • Mark Dagostino

    September 5, 2018 at 7:46 pm

    This will smooth our your workflow. If you can view 1080 files at full res then you’ll be able to view proxies at full res. Once you add color correction or effects then you’l probably have to go to 1/2, 1/4. Under the Program window you’ll see a “+”. Click that and drag the “toggle proxies” icon onto the icon bar under that window. Hover over the icons and the name will pop up so you know which to grab. This will allow you to toggle between the proxy and 4K while editing. You’ll want to actually leave the proxy on and only toggle top 4K for color correction or to see the quality if you decide to scale up a clip size. While you are new to this, this is worth learning if you plan to do 4K.

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

  • Mark Dagostino

    September 5, 2018 at 6:05 pm

    This may not work but try right clicking the clip in Premiere, select “proxy” and “attach proxy”. Maybe you are actually just seeing the 6K clip and for some reason the proxy is not attached.

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

  • Mark Dagostino

    September 5, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    I edit 4K in Premiere using proxy files. These are much lower resolution files that are attached to your original file. There are short tutorials on how to easily create these. Essentially when you ingest your footage Media Encoder automatically opens and creates the files and then you edit with the proxies so there’s no freezing up while trying to scrub through footage. I create 720p, mov versions. When it is time to export, Premiere knows to export the files as 4K automatically. It really is easier than it may sound.

    Mark D\’Agostino
    Video Producer
    Creative Media Productions – Exelon
    Baltimore, MD
    MacPro,2.7 Ghz 12-Core Intel Xeon E5, 64GB 1866 Mhz DDR3 ECC, AMD FirePro D700 6144MB, AJA Io XT, Yosemite 10.10.5

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