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Old 02-11-2020, 11:29 AM   #11
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Oh yes i had a small one as i knew i would never taste such an expensive drink in my life again
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Hey John - you need some nice red wine as well to keep you're blood flowing. I see that the high in Angelsey is 39 degrees today - with rain! Burrrrrrrr.

Incidentally all, I discovered that converting to ProRes HQ as default - with "Frame blending" makes all scene cuts look weird. So change it to "Nearest Frame" and it looks super good. Thanks for all your help.

Happy editing, guys.
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Old 02-12-2020, 12:31 AM   #13
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Incidentally all, I discovered that converting to ProRes HQ as default - with "Frame blending" makes all scene cuts look weird. So change it to "Nearest Frame" and it looks super good. Thanks for all your help.

Happy editing, guys.
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that should not happen, what is your source frame rate and your project setting frame rate?
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Old 02-12-2020, 12:42 AM   #14
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Incidentally all, I discovered that converting to ProRes HQ as default - with "Frame blending" makes all scene cuts look weird. So change it to "Nearest Frame" and it looks super good. Thanks for all your help.

Happy editing, guys.
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Frame blending and Nearest Frame should be identical if your source, timeline and export framerates are all the same. This only makes a difference if there is a mismatch, as there has to be a frame interpolation somewhere to create the new framerate, unless there is just a speed change taking place.
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