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  • Mon, Aug 2 2010 11:47 PM

    • jbrother
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    Best Practical Way ... QT to another Avid User in distant city

    What is the Best Practical file format/codec way to send a 8min edited clip to another Avid User in distant city Preferably via FTP. 

      Exporting uncompressed QT from Avid seems too big.

      Encoding QT/h264 in Squeeze and then importing back into Avid doesn't seem to have  same acuity.

      Guess I could put 4 Gig uncompressed QT from Avid on a hard drive and Fed-X but isn't there a more suitable way?

     

    thanks, jdb

  • Mon, Aug 2 2010 11:57 PM In reply to

    • PegasusNZ
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    Re: Best Practical Way ... QT to another Avid User in distant city

    Have you tried exporting an AAF then zipping it up?

     

    8 x Z800 24GB RAM MC 7 Black Magic Decklink Studio 240TB Linux Server [view my complete system specs]

    ^^ A good edit takes time but who has the time? When I look back I see my mistakes!

  • Tue, Aug 3 2010 7:06 AM In reply to

    • luca.mg
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    Re: Best Practical Way ... QT to another Avid User in distant city

    ...or consolidate to a drive and zip (compress) the resulting Avid MediaFiles folder, and please remember to include the bin in the zip file if You're moving an edited sequence.

    Symphony 21.9, BM Intensity Pro 4k, Windows 10, i7-5930K, 32 GB ram, Quadro K620 [view my complete system specs]

    peace luca

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