JPEGS and rendering

Posted by Toni Pace 
JPEGS and rendering
May 18, 2006 07:49PM

I am well into editing a show that has storyboard drawings as a main storytellling tool. The director has given me a very large number of JPEGs which for the most part have dropped into the Timeline without a problem. However, now, way into the project I find that when I drop drawings into the Timeline, they need rendering....and then whenever I change the edit they need rendering again. This is very time consuming. I noticed that in a previous thread, there was a procedure for converting JPEGs into clips using a Batch Export process. That would have worked a very long time ago before the JPEGS were all timed into sequences. It's way to late to start over.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...


1.5 GHz Powerbook, 1.25 GB RAM, OSX 10.4.6, FCP 5.0.1
Re: JPEGS and rendering
May 18, 2006 08:39PM
no need to convert to video, this is an easy fix.

open your FCP system settings (Shift Q)
go to memory and cache,
up the RT Still cache from 10% to 20%


Re: JPEGS and rendering
May 19, 2006 01:07PM
Hi, Nick,

Your solution appears to have worked perfectly!

Thank you!

Have a great day!!

Re: JPEGS and rendering
May 19, 2006 06:23PM

smiling smiley

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