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Author:  RobChisholm [ Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:15 am ]
Post subject:  Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

I do my best to explain this in text format.

Ok I have a file from a Red One (thats a camera ) plug in required for use in Final cut.

Question 1: In future will their be any plugins for LF with the likes of say the Red "RED Hydrogen" coming out in 2018 from Red?

Question 2: Has anyone any working knowledge of Apple pro res importing to IOS ?

Question 3: What restrictions video size if any are their on iPad the Red camera shot at 5120 × 2700

What I have done is opened the Red camera file in Final cut then exported to apple pro res and transferred by air drop to iPad Pro / fail after export.

Tried drag to a SD card on lap top and then plug into the IOS iPad nothing their it say, re tired with another file being a go pro see it works.

I put some images below none work thats "H.264" "Apple ProRes 422, Timecode" "H.264, AAC, Timecode" last one is go pro this works

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Author:  Dave Barton [ Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Hi Rob

You're better directing this one to support at

support@luma-touch.com

Author:  RobChisholm [ Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Thank you Grand Master , I have emailed support.
Regards Rob

Author:  cdemiris99 [ Mon Dec 11, 2017 10:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Hi Rob,

iOS currently does not support ProRes. You would need to export H264 or HEVC for iOS compatibility.

We are working on a macOS app called LumaConnect, which would allow you to drag-and-drop virtually any media and that media would be made available to LumaFusion. In cases where the media wasn't compatible, it would create a compatible proxy which you could edit with, then when you're ready, you send the project to the Mac to render with the original media. This would hopefully resolve any issues with media (my guess is the 5120x2700 video might also be an issue with compatibility on iOS - though it is possible LumaFusion might allow it, in general iOS currently only supports 4K). We hope to release LumaConnect sometime in the 1st quarter of 2018

Author:  RobChisholm [ Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Hello Chris,

That sounds very promising news thank you.

I may buy the Red "Hydrogen" phone and use for filming once it has been released, which I am hoping will work with the IOS and LF.

Exiting times.

Regards Rob

Author:  domehouse [ Wed Dec 13, 2017 2:43 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Quote:
Hi Rob,

iOS currently does not support ProRes. You would need to export H264 or HEVC for iOS compatibility.

We are working on a macOS app called LumaConnect, which would allow you to drag-and-drop virtually any media and that media would be made available to LumaFusion. In cases where the media wasn't compatible, it would create a compatible proxy which you could edit with, then when you're ready, you send the project to the Mac to render with the original media. This would hopefully resolve any issues with media (my guess is the 5120x2700 video might also be an issue with compatibility on iOS - though it is possible LumaFusion might allow it, in general iOS currently only supports 4K). We hope to release LumaConnect sometime in the 1st quarter of 2018
Wow. lumaconnect sounds amazing.

Author:  RobChisholm [ Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Many thanks for the reply,

I would be very interested in the Luma Connect once it is out, do let me know please.

Currently I agree with you that the size "5120 × 2700 " is the issue as I have re encoded the file to a suitable format for the IOS. However upon airdrop all happens as it should then followed by error send to cloud etc.

I have not actually found any info on apple forums re what is the "max size" an iPad Pro can except, if anyone else is reading and more knowledgable do post please.

I did try mpeg Streamclip with an export H264 size 5120 × 2700 on an Mac book pro but the mpeg Streamclip crashed.

Hand brake I tried however from my knowledge it has set sizes so not able to export at 5120 × 2700

Regards Rob

Author:  RobChisholm [ Wed Dec 13, 2017 1:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

This may have answered my own question.

I done a screen function record and the screen is full so I think this is as high as an iPad Pro can go.
Anyone no?

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Author:  shivarajrs [ Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:12 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Quote:
Hi Rob,

iOS currently does not support ProRes. You would need to export H264 or HEVC for iOS compatibility.

We are working on a macOS app called LumaConnect, which would allow you to drag-and-drop virtually any media and that media would be made available to LumaFusion. In cases where the media wasn't compatible, it would create a compatible proxy which you could edit with, then when you're ready, you send the project to the Mac to render with the original media. This would hopefully resolve any issues with media (my guess is the 5120x2700 video might also be an issue with compatibility on iOS - though it is possible LumaFusion might allow it, in general iOS currently only supports 4K). We hope to release LumaConnect sometime in the 1st quarter of 2018
First quarter of 2019 itself over ...there is no sign of releasing Luma connect...will it come or not??

Author:  RobChisholm [ Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:54 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Red One - Formats - Apple ProRes 422, Timecode - 5120 × 2700

Hello shivarajrs,

Their comes the problem like a Brexit deal never forecast the date for a probably outcome.
I say “luma Connect” near as I actually thought it to be here now.

Maybe some one with the knowledge can give a more measured time scale perhaps Knoddy Dave please ?

Regards Rob

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