ich habe mit den Atomos Shogun zugelegt und einige Tests in Prores aufgenommen. Unter Windows 7 läßt sich das Material problemlos in Premiere CC einladen. Bei windows 10 geht das leider nicht. es wird nur der Ton importiert. Habe sämtliche Quicktime Varianten getestet. Es klappt nicht. Hat da jemand einen Tip? In After effects klappt es kurioser Weise.
Danke im Voraus
Antwort von Jott:
Offiziell weiß QuickTime nichts von Windows 10, wenn du mal in dessen Systemanforderungen schaust. Nur 7 und Vista. Vielleicht beißt sich da was.
Antwort von leonhard dy kabrio:
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As for the import to AE... ...Have you tried roundtrip through Premiere? Load the file into premiere, then create a sequence from it, right click the clip, and then select REPLACE with AFTER EFFECTS COMPOSITION. If you do this and it fails, you know it has something to do with the codecs not being found by AE.
The only problem I can think of right now are the QT mini server that passes video out of qt is broken on your install. One test may show a difference... Look up how to hack pro-res onto mac without compressor, and install the old version of pro-res that way. You already have compressor, so I see no reason why you should worry about a licensing issue, you're just including an older version for cross compatibility. Once you install the older prores codecs, restart, then open up AE and try to import. Again, if this doesn't work, you can check for the qtserver link that reads\writes qt. You'll have to navigate the app package like I described for Premiere, and go to the Contents folder. Here you should see a file named SIMILAR to "Adobe QT32 Server.app", which is the QT messaging package. Go to the Frameworks folder, find the QT client Framework, and the QTPARSER, these are the command protocols that go through the QT Server (At least in CS6). Leave the frameworks folder, and go to the Plugins folder, then the MediaCore folder. You should have the QTExporter and the QTIMPORTER plugins. If any of these files are missing, you may not have a working install. So uninstall AE ONLY. Then Reinstall it. It should pick up your other installed EPR files, along with detecting the PRORES codec package, and should install the importer and exporter plugins correctly. If it does not, then recent APPLE updates have locked your codecs out of adobe, yell at apple.
More tests if you get bored:
Try using Quicktime itself to output a pro-res file. Try using Compressor to output a pro-res file. If you are setting the quality, Remember that Premiere and AE don't like long GOP settings. The lower your quality, the longer the GOP. Set between 70 and 100 for best results.
And, for the record, the 32 bit QT server is riddled with small issues on a 64bit system... ...Remember that. It only supports 422 imports at 8 and 10 bits, and 10 bits is sketchy sometimes.