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  1. Hello all, I've been called in last minute for a friends project to do a bit of data wrangling on Saturday, I have done it before but only at a very basic level. They will be shooting on the Red Scarlet in 4K and I've been informed that some care needs to be taken when it comes to handling and organising the footage because of the way the files are structured by the camera. So by the sounds of things, a simple 'copy and paste' into the external hard drive might not cut it. Unfortunately, I can't provide a workflow as the editor recently pulled out of the project and they haven't managed to find a new one yet. So I was just wondering if there is someone who has had experience data wrangling footage from the Red Scarlet who could give me some advice on what would be the best way to tackle this? Thanks
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