First time posting - thanks in advance for the help - as a relative newcomer to the Red workflow I've found reduser to be incredibly helpful.
So the issue that I'm running into - basically we're doing work for a large political agency that is adapting their model of shooting on Alexa with a Nanoflash recorder to shooting on my company's Scarlet. The idea of the Alexa/Nanoflash was to have REC709 Prores files out of the Nanoflash for quick and dirty editing (and to distribute to other agencies) and the Alexa files LogC for going back and having a more RAW file to work with if needed. So the client comes to the shoot - gets on a plane with a drive with two sets of files (or perhaps just the Nanoflash card) and edits the next day.
In adapting this to the Red workflow we've added an extra day to transcode the R3D files and apply a first light color to give them ProRes files. We did some testing and RedCine seemed like it was taking way too long to transcode the files so we ended up doing the first round in Avid 6.
So my question --- in the Alexa workflow - on set the Data person would re-name and organize both sets of files (Alexa and Nanoflash) into folders so the agency could easily edit them and then organize the footage into their library (they do a ton of political campaigns so having footage in a "stock" library to pull from is key for them) -- What is the easiest (or is there a) way to do name and organize files in the Red workflow? I know that I can rename clip names in RedCine and give them the project file - but if they open the R3D's in Avid 6 those names won't come over. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Final note: I fully recognize that the Red workflow isn't perfect for all situations - but the agency is sold on the idea of shooting 4k and only having to do one take with someone and being able to push in to a tight shot in post.