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#1 Karl Eklund

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 09:18 AM

I will need to scan about 80 min worth of super 16 footage.

I would like to get the film transferred to DPX in log, so it can be graded later on (we don't have the budget to grade it in a post house). But how will I make proxies for the editor to work with? I know DPX files support timecode, but can I give them timecode later on since we won't have a timecode generator while filming. Because then that would help matching up the proxies later on or am I off?

FCP will be used to edit, and color correction in After Effects.
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