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PJ Echlin

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  1. How do you install codecs? What do you think in your opinion would be the easiest way to export the finish product while still keeping the quality?
  2. So if I got the file back in ProRes 422HQ, and used a Mac book pro to edit in resolve, I wouldn’t have a problem exporting to pro res as well because it’s a Apple product correct?
  3. I read somewhere that da Vinci resolve can import pro res files to edit within the program, but can’t export pro res. So my other question is how do I export as a different format after editing the pro res files?
  4. So I’m recently starting production on short film, shooting it on a 16mm cannon scoopic. Once I get the film telecined, i plan to choose for it to come back in Apple Pro Res. This will be the first time editing in this format, on this scale, using transferred film. Does Da Vinci resolve support Apple pro res? If so, are you able to just drag the files into the editing software to begin to work with? Or are there extra steps to be able to import the files to begin the editing process within the program? My thought is that as soon as the files come back, I’m able to drop them in the program and start working. And if so, can da Vinci resolve export to another format that’s not pro res? Or would I need extra software to do that? thanks!
  5. So I recently bought a 16mm Cannon Scoopic (the gray version) and I plan to shoot a short film with it this upcoming summer. Due to a low budget, I plan on using nothing but natural light during the entire production. My Cannon has a circular dial to choose what I presume, is the film speed. It shows DIN and below it, it has a corresponding ASA number. Pics will be attached. My question is, if i shoot on 250D film stock, how do I choose the correct option when i film? ALL the options on the dial are as follows: 26DIN/320ASA, 23DIN/160ASA, 20DIN/80ASA, 17DIN/40ASA, 14DIN/20ASA, 11DIN/10ASA. I will be acting as a my own DP, so if you could explain in layman's terms that would be much appreciated. Thank you!
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