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Old 09-19-2008, 12:50 AM   #1
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Hi everyone,

I'm one the many people eagerly awaiting the Scarlet camera from RED digital cinema. The camera will produce 3k images in R3D file format.
At the moment I think in terms of NLE's only Adobe is developing support in a plugin for drag and drop of R3D files into premier....RED has released an SDK for any company that want to create support, does anyone know if Edius will ever support R3D?

I would hate to have to stop using Edius because it doesn't support it.
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Old 09-19-2008, 12:58 AM   #2
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You're better off posting this in the feature requests forum.
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Old 09-19-2008, 01:07 AM   #3
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Hi everyone,

I'm one the many people eagerly awaiting the Scarlet camera from RED digital cinema. The camera will produce 3k images in R3D file format.
At the moment I think in terms of NLE's only Adobe is developing support in a plugin for drag and drop of R3D files into premier....RED has released an SDK for any company that want to create support, does anyone know if Edius will ever support R3D?

I would hate to have to stop using Edius because it doesn't support it.
It has not been ruled out. However, I do not think that it is high on the priority list. If you have to have R3D support, Premiere, FCP or soon AVID would be your way to go. Or, capture into Edius and Edit at 1920x1080 8bit.
If you have to stop using Edius, that is what you have to decide.
Make sure to get a honkin raid (speed and size) for that camera.
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Old 02-02-2009, 10:43 PM   #4
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I've installed REDCine, imported a REDCam file in 2K at 25P then rendered a jpeg sequence then imported in AE CS3, at the end i've obtained a HQ file 1920X1080 ready to be edited in Edius. I think this a longer way to post-produce my footage produced on location. It could be interesting that edius could be able to work with the proxy files of REDCAM or similar improvement.
Answer to a user that is coming the time to change NLE system is not a good way to loyalty with their customers.
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Old 02-03-2009, 04:49 AM   #5
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If Red is your main source of shooting, I doubt if Edius is your best solution.
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Old 02-03-2009, 05:07 AM   #6
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I agree. There is no LUT support and it is 8 bit.
At the moment EDIUS is not the best solution. Even if the file was supported (raw) you would not be able to get the best out of your footage.

I could be wrong......

Red cool-aid. :)
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Old 11-30-2009, 09:33 AM   #7
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Yes I agree,
The world is now officially in financial turmoil. Our accelerated schedule for Scarlet and EPIC deliveries seems to coincide with a dead market. I see no reason to continue to pay for rapid development and pushed schedules when the world is not ready to buy our product in the quantities that justify our urgency... Retail camera sales are currently off 40-50 percent.
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Old 12-02-2009, 02:05 PM   #8
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I agree. There is no LUT support and it is 8 bit.
At the moment EDIUS is not the best solution. Even if the file was supported (raw) you would not be able to get the best out of your footage.

I could be wrong......

Red cool-aid. :)

Something I just read.........

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STEELE recently completed the transfer and colour correction/DI work for the new 'Rooms to Go' campaign promoting Cindy Crawford's Bedroom Collections interior designs. The campaign, consisting of 12 spots, was directed by Sean Hanish of Cannonball Productions and shot entirely on the RED One camera at 4K.
STEELE used its Quantel Pablo to colour correct and resize about 6 hours of .r3d files on import, which eventually saved their client many hours of conversion time. Jerry STEELE Studios Creative Director said that the Pablo's dynamic rounding and sizing capabilities can be used to finish 4K-originated projects at resolutions from SD to 4K at a faster pace than most systems he was aware of. They could view, scrub and trim the .r3d files off the drives and also resize and adjust the parameters that were on the camera before and during the import process. This saved them the time they would have spent on scaling and colour correction work normally required after the import.
Quantel has also recently introduced complete integration of Final Cut Pro, allowing projects to move directly between offline and online. Combined with the RED conform on Pablo, it can result in finishing time and cost savings. Steele said that they are seeing an increase in the number of post production projects that are shot on RED.
Other than that, you have 'legacy' pristine footage: downressing now for Edius if you go that way and 'full scale' later if need be. Another way to look at it.

I still believe that you get better footage out since you had better footage in - the reverse of garbage in garbage out. It is easy to see ..........
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http://blogs.adobe.com/genesisprojec...e_me.html#more

Download the high bandwidth file folks and be amazed at what CUDA can do for your R3D files. You can even apply effects to AVCHD in RT. Although AVCHD is not used in this video I have seen it done in other videos. I think the Nvidia CUDA demo is about 7 minutes into the video clip. Keep in mind folks this was the Nvidia booth doing the demo not Adobe Systems Inc. A GTX 285 graphics card will work ($350.00).

I think you folks are going to like what you see. I was simply amazed at what I saw being done in realtime with the native 4K R3D files.

Dual Quad systems will be a thing of the past thanks to CUDA.

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Yes I agree,
The world is now officially in financial turmoil. Our accelerated schedule for Scarlet and EPIC deliveries seems to coincide with a dead market. I see no reason to continue to pay for rapid development and pushed schedules when the world is not ready to buy our product in the quantities that justify our urgency... Retail camera sales are currently off 40-50 percent.
That's interesting one, but we are enable to understand. can you elaborate this one clearly?
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