Director / Editor specializing in energetic and entertaining short form videos, everything from hiphop music videos to third-wave coffee shop commercials.
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And the result pretty much dictates my process, unfortunately. I work with a Youtube channel and our footage plays there pretty much exclusively.
My workflow currently goes:
- Import original files to storage
- Transcode files to ProRes
- Edit, grade and export in ProRes
Yeah, the biggest reason for transcoding is that I hate any form of stutter when editing. And wow... XAVC and H264 footage really slows down Premiere like crazy. Having lots of native footage really grinds my gears...
Thanks for your explanation.
Thank you, fam. This is all very useful information. Now I'm thirsty for some water.