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Thanks for the thoughts! Yeah, I think you're right in some ways, the 'story' is much more about form then about 'heart'-- the problem of film school sometimes is that you easily get caught in metalanguage! And you're absolutely right about the processes, the 'I want to make a film, what could I tell'.
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Thanks! Glad you liked! Have you watched the Behind-The-Scenes?
If you shot your 70D with All-I compression, there's no need to convert do DNxHD or ProRes 'couse with All-I the h264 "losses" the Long-GOP factor (intraframe compression, that causes problems for the NLE). But, if you shot in IPB, it's wise to convert, turning it into ProRes/DNxHD, making the .mov "lose" the Long-GOP factor.
If you want in-depth knowledge, that this video out: https://vimeo.com/104554788