"i have found that once it is converted i cannot put it back in SA. the bigger file might look better but if you see no difference and have a problem with the amount of space on your computer i wouldn't keep the original."
"When did your computer start giving you problems?
You might want to run a disk utility check to make sure there isn't something damaged with the file system on the disk first.
Then you might want to try re-installing fcp. "
"Studio Artist will use any Quicktime codecs installed on your computer. So if the apple prores codecs are installed on your computer, then you can use them. If they aren't installed on your mac, it's worth hunting them down and installing…"
"All my work is done in Apple ProRes 4444, I’ve use 422 (HQ) as well.
4444 is highly recommended if all the files are created digitally, and many festivals require ProRes 422 files, some accept 4444 as well."
Thanks for the info Donna. I am reviewing the SA videos to get a better understanding of the video possibilitiess. Do you happen to know if there is good published video making tutorial, in addition to the provided SA tutorials?
hi donna, i left you the following comment
(as a redponse to yours @ migartor-bc-yowas-me32)
somewhere else here a copy/paste of it
actually stairs at york university in toronto
i love the zebra part the scary one worries me a bit!
i just can't help but to be be mesmerized by the fact that we cannot scape to see ourselves in the light that most objectively has travelled from so far a distance to be trap @ this web so to protect and keep us from the rest of the electromagnetic self-love that so rampantly roamed the cyberspace in the coolness of this modern cybertime bizarre and a little freaky -indeed- it seems my work to be
thanks donna 4 your comments!
they are the steps of the stairs (a series or flight of steps) to a better education
in the way back they land nicely at ground level where they meet the rest of us who were taken pictures of buildings and of human-powered self-lifting devices...
so yes! indeed they are
"Here are some V5 paint presets that show off different splatter effects. I've attached 2 categories as well as some Brush files they use that you might need if they aren't already inside your V5 Brush folder."
"For a long time, I used the ProRes 422(HQ) option, it was the format I worked with in both SA and FCP and later FCP X, but once I saw (on a movie theatre screen) the “same” movie in 422 (HQ) and in 4444, I was sold on ProRes…"
"Any time you run a lossy compression algorithm, you are going to lose something associated with the frame image. That degradation will compound if you later recompress with a difference codec. Whether or not that is a problem depends on the source…"