It was all 4k PRO RES only... Transcoding of the 4k material was done via RCX.
But once again.. WOW!!! it looked amazing. I working on a 2k edit and it looks soft now. :( but 24 hours ago it looked pin sharp!
Like a 2k projection and a true 4k projection... Something to be seen to believed.
Anyway.. real time 4k PRORES lives!!!! - and Im going to be a happy camper when that is finally released!
However at the moment I completely understand because what else is there!
Everyone has a right to their own process.
For me, the trip to the digital darkroom that is "developing" RAW files into RGB images is a dynamic and integral part of authoring that image.
Cheers - #19
The SONY F65 workflow will be 4K in FCP X
Create proxy media
Switch to FULL RES after the EDIT, render and output.
By Creating Prores with EPIC/RED IMAGES the workflow will be exactly the same as above.
IF/WHEN there is an r3d solution in FCP-X it will be even better to have access to all of the r3d because the Color board is very powerful in FCP X. If they ever introduce a tracker it will give resolve a serious run for it's money. It might look simple but it is very , very powerful.
People shit on it beecause they have too much invested in "big rooms" but pixel for pixel it kicks ass.
"Now you can work in full uncompressed 4K!
Introducing the world's most advanced 4K SDI capture card!
DeckLink 4K has the power of SDI capture and playback that now supports SD, HD, 2K and 4K.
That's incredible quality unmatched in the industry.
Now you can afford to do the highest quality video post production
and full uncompressed 4K resolution feature film work!
DeckLink 4K is perfect for post production, broadcast and feature films.
Very good guess Sanjin. BMD has been a big supporter of FCP X out of the gate and will provide 4K solutions. I am sure AJA will be soon to follow (as they now have a desktop mode for FCP X.
It handles metadata better than any other NLE (yes better than AVID) and going forward that is going to be more and more important in post environments.
We already know that Resolve has very slow database function as it comes from an AB tape based kind of workflow, but I am sure they are working on imporving that.
Mark, could you be talking about the new external Red Rocket card housed in a Sonnet casing?? I know I probably won't get it out of you but I thought it was worth a try!
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