Color hates ProRes 422?
January 23, 2013 02:58PM
Has anyone else come across this before?

I just sent a FCP7 sequence to Color and half of my clips came out as solid green. I checked the original sequence in FCP and all of the problem clips were ProRes 422. There was a mix of DVCProHD files that had been transcoded to 422 and After Effects outputs that were 422; other clips that were ProRes 422 HQ or 4444 came through fine. I went back and replaced the DVCProHD files with their originals and everything came through fine in Color.

Does Color hate plain 422? Since when??

MacPro 2006 2.66 Quad, OSX 10.6, 16GB, G-Tech RAID, FCS 3, MXO2


(p.s. - going to double-post in Creative Cow just in case, since it looks like no one's been in here for a while)

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Re: Color hates ProRes 422? - SOLVED
February 04, 2013 11:33PM
Found the issue.

It wasn't the codec per se; Color hates non-standard sizes when it gets ProRes material. A lot of my files were sized for DVCProHD, so the 1440x1080 size was the oddball. Regular DVCProHD material and full 1920x1080 ProRes files were fine.


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