Get 4:4:4 color out of your Panasonic GH4 encoding your footage to CineForm in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 before you begin you edit. Not to mention the benefit of editing 1080p footage over 4K and still having a 4K finished product. I also cover how you can use a Watch Folder to automate your encode process. This video helps you improve your workflow, thanks for watching!
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What is the best format & bit-rate to export 4K video for YouTube in windows? How can I find GoPro preset in Adobe Media enocder (windows)?
What color profile did you use? It looks pretty flat like a V-Log
Transcoding footage doesn't magically put data there that wasn't there before. IE, if you recorded in 422, even if you transcode to 444 you won't get extra quality
So useful, love this stuff!
im shooting on the new gh5 in 8bit 4k would this method still apply.
sub. I love you thomas
Hello Tomas! can you let me know what settings you would use to export the final file in adobe media encoder??
hi, i don't have adobe media encoder cc, and when i downloaded on adobe (the latest one) it keep saying "Update failed" when I launched it.
I noticed USMC in the background. MOS 4671 by any chance? Great tutorial 🙂 Semper Fi
So this is what people call it transcoding a compressed video?
Thanks! But shouldnt the 1080p file be smaller than the 4K file?
Which is better? Scaling your 4k footage down to 1080p this way compared to importing the 4k footage into a 1080p timeline in your editing program and scaling it down at that time?
Too geeky for me to understand… Hehehe
A quick question, what if I want to crop or reframe my existing GH4 4k before downscaling to 1080p 444??
Should I do that on a comp in AE an then go to encoder???Or there is a shorter way.Thanks in advance
Yo Tomas! Hope all is well buddy. Nice tutorial you got there. I've heard about this technique before but im still skeptical. Have you seen any visible difference yourself bro? For those that are wondering, this theory should work for ProRes too.
Also, curious, why frame blending?
Thanks for all the great vids bro!
The secret workflow!
also where do I get the LUT ect that you used?
awesome video, I love my gh4 ill try this later today.. btw what wallpaper is that?
Why would you even want to check the frame blending box?
good stuff here… but I agree with Lary Dick erson…. Adobe is super whack… can you do this with FCPX?
Great job man…can you do this same tutorial for FCPX? Adobe is super whack