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    Oh ok, apologies if that read as patronizing in...

    Oh ok, apologies if that read as patronizing in even the slightest bit... I just know of far too many photogs, and even editors (who I respect and admire), who either know nothing about or fear the...
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    *** Oh, and by the way, you can also use ACES to...

    *** Oh, and by the way, you can also use ACES to help you with your current HLG to Rec709 issue (sorry I didn't think of this earlier). Same as above with this minor change in Input Device...
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    I'm actually impressed that your client has the...

    I'm actually impressed that your client has the foresight to want to "future proof" the footage (even if they don't exactly know how to do that). Fortunately, there is a very, very easy workflow...
  4. EVA1: Unless the speed test you are performing on these...

    Unless the speed test you are performing on these cards is somehow done wholly within the camera itself (and if so, I would love to know how you do it --seriously), the numbers are not going to be...
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    Be sure to (re)read "Heart of Darkness" before...

    Be sure to (re)read "Heart of Darkness" before you go! It'll put you (keep you) in the moment, lol.
  6. EVA1: Barry's advice above is spot on. You do yourself...

    Barry's advice above is spot on. You do yourself zero favors when you cut corners on media. I would add one more counterpoint to the argument that "premium" brand name cards are expensive: yes,...
  7. I came across this today... might be helpful: ...

    I came across this today... might be helpful:

    Compare 50 Intermediate Codecs on One Page
    https://blog.frame.io/2017/02/13/50-intermediate-codecs-compared/
  8. EVA1: So, if you prefer to continue using Premiere, go...

    So, if you prefer to continue using Premiere, go to Project Settings -> General -> Video Rendering and Playback -> and chose a different "Renderer." The FCPX system you played back on is likely...
  9. EVA1: Right, Adobe (and how you have it configured), or...

    Right, Adobe (and how you have it configured), or also might be that older laptop you're trying to play it back on. It might not have sufficient ability to keep up with the decode in real-time.
    ...
  10. You're right about QT Animation... I was thinking...

    You're right about QT Animation... I was thinking about After Effects (which will still allow you to export that). ProRes 4444 is usually my goto codec for when I have to export something in the...
  11. Apologies if I'm going all "Creative Cow" on you...

    Apologies if I'm going all "Creative Cow" on you here, but why do you need to go lossless between programs? Is it about being a purist (which I totally get), or is there a specific reason that...
  12. I recommend that you have your friend with...

    I recommend that you have your friend with Premiere test a sample while you suss out your Plan A. If it works, you'll save yourself a ton of time (and maybe a bit of money).
  13. All should work fine in each of those programs. ...

    All should work fine in each of those programs. For playback on a modest laptop, consider using proxy workflow especially for HEVC and L-GOP (not terribly long to transcode and absolutely worth the...
  14. Have you tried After Effects yet? It might seem...

    Have you tried After Effects yet? It might seem a bit simple vs. the more specialized solutions above, but it might be easier to get your hands on.

    Just make a comp with your 1440 interlaced...
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    EVA1: I agree with OnSet. Your Mic level setting is...

    I agree with OnSet. Your Mic level setting is likely the best way to fix this. I only hear breakup in the signal at the peaks, so I doubt something else is going on. If your mic has a built...
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    Maybe I'm not reading this correctly (so please...

    Maybe I'm not reading this correctly (so please forgive me if this isn't what you're looking to do), but it seems to me that instead of trying to CROP it somehow, why don't you just drop it into a...
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    Check with Adobe to see what GC's are supported...

    Check with Adobe to see what GC's are supported in 2019 versions with your OS. It might be as simple as updating your driver. If you use CUDA, you'll have to stick with High Sierra (mac).

    Here's...
  18. Thread: Audio question

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    EVA1: This might be a dumb question, but do you have...

    This might be a dumb question, but do you have phantom power switched on for either of your channels?
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    If you are editing with Premiere (4K/UHD on an HD...

    If you are editing with Premiere (4K/UHD on an HD timeline), be sure to use "Set to Frame Size" (vs. "Scale to Frame Size"). This will keep your pixels intact so won't be grading a downsampled image...
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    This might help also (see the embedded video in...

    This might help also (see the embedded video in the green box marked "correct answer"):
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2478268


    Just click any solo button, then un-solo... seems to let it...
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    Modify/Audio Channels This is what your...

    Modify/Audio Channels

    This is what your channel assignment should look like if you're using discrete mono (it maps each channel to a new audio track):

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    I'm not aware of such a bug, but... The first...

    I'm not aware of such a bug, but...

    The first thing I would do is check to make sure the channel assignments aren't set in a way that is preventing ch.2 from playing. In the Project panel,...
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    This is a total aside, but also keep in mind that...

    This is a total aside, but also keep in mind that Sigmas are usually a bit heavier than their Canon L series counterparts. It may or may not be a factor for you and your setup, but if it is, it may...
  24. Well, I know how we always try to imagine what...

    Well, I know how we always try to imagine what the risks could be, and how it would play out... but in case you didn't check out the link to reviews on the seller earlier in this thread (here), here...
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    Just be aware, you won't always be able to catch...

    Just be aware, you won't always be able to catch flickering during production. I got burned once shooting in 50i (in the USA) at an office building that was entirely lit by old florescent overheads...
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