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Transfering Your Timeline From Avid Media Composer 5.5 to Premiere CS5.5

Here is a video tutorial showing how to get your sequence out of Avid Media Composer 5.5 to Premiere CS5.5 using your original media, not QT Reference files that link back to your DNxHD files.

I hope this helps!

A few notes:

DNxHD is a fine codec, but the only 10bit flavor as of this writing is the highest DNxHD setting (DNxHD has different names depending on frame rate, etc).  ProRes, ProResHQ are 10bit. Also, ProRes is wrapped in .mov, so most other programs like After Effects and Davinci Resolve recognize these media files.  Also, you can bring in your raw camera files if they’re are .mov files into your special fx programs and color correction programs.

Enjoy and let me know if there is anything that can be improved along the way in order to make the process simpler!  Let’s help out the community.

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