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  • ProRes 4444 XQ in Windows

    I ran a Prores 4444 XQ file through this hack: https://davidtorcivia.com/articles/decoding-proresxq-on-windows I can AMA link in Windows MC 7.0.3. but the playback drops a lot of frames. On a Mac I can AMA link both the original and the hacked file. The original plays back without a problem, the hacked file drops frames same as in Windows. On a Mac
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Mon, Jan 29 2018
  • Re: .avb ID structure

    Hmm, Rereading my commnet lines, I don't see how the 0xCD56 could be a delimiter if it changed from project to project. It would probably be more correct to say that the bin ID is 2+2+3 bytes long and that the 0xCD56 is a part of it. I probably used these two bytes because they were unique in my template .avb and made it easy to locate and modify
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Mon, Feb 13 2017
  • Re: .avb ID structure

    I'll need to dig up the documentation I've left behind when hacking .avb, if any. I'm trying to remember why I decided not to alter the bin IDs of non-empty bins. It's possible that the ID wasn't clearly delineated. My recollection is that it was located somewhere towards the end of the binary and it shifted place based on the dynamic
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Mon, Feb 13 2017
  • Re: .avb ID structure

    I just read my original post. After about a year of randomly generating bin IDs, I'm confident that there is no harm to doing it externally. The projects have been 100% stable on both Mac and Windows. I never heard back from anyone in the engineering, but you know how it's with these old pieces of code. It's possible that no dev has looked
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Thu, Feb 9 2017
  • Re: .avb ID structure

    [quote user="Phil Norris"] ... interested in finding out if the bin ID generated on the project level by MC is totally unique - or unique only on a project level. eg. Opening the same bin in the MC project twice generates an error because of the clash of both ID's being registered (probably) in the projects binary *.avp file [/quote] I
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Thu, Feb 9 2017
  • Re: Convert Avid DS Bin to Avid Media Composer Bin

    DS and Media Composer are two completely different NLEs that have very little in common. They can not share bins. In fact, Avid DS bins are nothing but Windows directories that contain files that represent sequences and clips. Media Composer bins are binary files that contain descriptions of sequences and clips. There is an AAF export option in DS which
    Posted to Avid DS (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Sun, Jul 31 2016
  • Re: Generating Text from Locators (aka Markers)

    Stefano, I have finally fixed the issue with the marker converter. It was not accepting Unicode non-English letters. Unicode in file names and in marker files are now fully supported. As a reminder, the marker converter will take a marker file from Media Composer and generate a clean looking HTML page for client review as well as a subtitle file which
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - Mac (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Tue, May 24 2016
  • Re: confo framework

    You may want to look into Frame Flex.
    Posted to Film and 24p (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Thu, Apr 28 2016
  • Re: .avb ID structure

    Thanks Marianna.
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Thu, Feb 25 2016
  • .avb ID structure

    Can anyone share the way .avb ID is structured? I have isolated the byte sequence in .avb files that make Avid bins unique. I can create new bins with unique IDs outside of Media Composer by writing random values to these bytes. But I have no clue how this ID is structured, if it's trully random or if there is some order to it. To make it a bit
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Igor Ridanovic on Wed, Feb 24 2016
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