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    I am not able to get the ProRes 444 option in my Log and Transfer window in the new FCP. I get Native, ProRes 422 and 422 HQ, that's it. Am I missing something?

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    Me neither, perhaps that's something left for the next plugin' version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markparry View Post
    I am not able to get the ProRes 444 option in my Log and Transfer window in the new FCP. I get Native, ProRes 422 and 422 HQ, that's it. Am I missing something?

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    Does it appear under the current RedAlert codec options ?
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    No, not in RedAlert either.
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    Or in RedCine for that matter. I'll try to be patient and wait for the plugin update.
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    After ingesting your media, you can configure your sequence settings by dragging a REDCODE clip into a new, empty sequence. Final Cut Pro automatically conforms the sequence compression setting to the Apple ProRes 4444 codec, which is the appropriate rendering format for REDCODE media.

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    Just simply Install.... RED Final Cut Studio 3 Installer from http://www.red.com/support
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    Done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by markparry View Post
    I am not able to get the ProRes 444 option in my Log and Transfer window in the new FCP. I get Native, ProRes 422 and 422 HQ, that's it. Am I missing something?

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    FCS 3 installer posted yesterday supports this.

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    Is it really ProRes 444? or ProRes 4444
    Whats the difference.
    I dont see an option for ProRes 444 only 4444 and the original ProRes 422s
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    When they say 444 they are referring to ProRes 4444.
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