My grasp of preset theory is definitely incomplete. As I understand it, I can create a preset by:
Originally Posted by Trent Lillehaugen
・ selecting the settings I want to include in my preset by setting them through the menus prior to entering the preset menu.
・ I create a new preset by selecting the “create” button at the bottom of the preset window and giving the new undefined preset a name.
・ I then select the functions that I want to include in my preset from under the various tabs. This will imbed the values I set for each function in the menus prior to entering the preset menu.OK, on the off chance I'm correct so far, this is where my brain freezes up. Under the “Project” tab, of the functions I'm looking for, I can find REDcode, Sensor Frame Rate, and Project Frame Rate. [BTW, they might be easier to find if listed as “Frame Rate, Project” and “Frame Rate, Sensor.”] I have not found “Resolution” which I thought I would need for the 5K setting, nor have I found “Focus Mode: Still”, the default for the Still key. This makes me think my understanding of the theory is fundamentally flawed.
・ Once I make it past this hurdle, I'm unclear on whether I should also select “SH Still Select” from under the Key tab.
・ I then complete the preset process by selecting the Create button at the top of the preset window.
・ I have to then go to Settings => Setup => Keys to assign my preset to the Still key.I appreciate the effort the RED team has put into creating this functionality and your time and effort spent explaining it; thanks,