Looks like I'm going to have to develop a small batch conversion tool using ffmpeg for those jobs if and when my Mac Pro isn't available for the job.
I have a parallel patch processing GUI for ffmpeg, ffmbc etc.
Download here: AnotherGUI
It doesn't have ProRes preset included now but it is very easy to create yourself.
I will add it later tomorrow.
Only some presets are included in download.
You can download more presets from Presets page.
It is freeware. Its portable.
EDIT: 4 presets for ProRes are now included in basic download pakage.
u could always just have a mac on standby with a copy of resolve and throw the dongle on that to write to pro res, you can have a shared database. render times are slower, but the performance on the system is usually more important for real time color than the final output.
Hey guys I just found out about this ffmpeg ant anothereGUI but it doesn't seem to be able to encode from r3d files or even proxies....Am I missing something?
Actually it is possible to convert Red files using Avisynth and Gabor's plugin.
Homepage here. Old thread here
ffmpeg is able to process Avisynth AVS files.
The problem is that Avisynth is 8-bit only.
We make files for offline using Gabor's plugin.
I have a batch R3D -> AVS creator.
Let me know you if like to have this.
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