I haven't seen the FCP XML to PR option.
In premiere cs6, then I right-click in the project panel, choose import, select the xml and it all comes in, clips and timeline in a 5k sequence.
Yes absolutely, both exporting the whole timeline and manually correcting individual clips works. This method is ideal for correcting a few clips. As for the amount of work for correcting your whole timeline, thats why you use the utility posted in the forums, that I have continually linked to and it will do it automatically. There are other reasons you wouldn't want to round trip your whole timeline as you're likely to loose auxilary information. Far better to correct each clip, save the rmd and use the utility to reload RMDs.Originally Posted by Will Keir
Did you save the RMD on every clip? The workflow between R1 and epic is the same. I just confirmed this. After the edit, whether I simply grade the clip in rcx, save the rmd, and reload it in premiere; or export the fcp xml from rcx and reimport I have the sequence with properly graded clips in premiere.Originally Posted by Will Keir