Canon 5D MK II and 7D Workflow

Many people shoot with popular cameras called DSLR’s, Canon has been one of the leaders in this field and in this tutorial I show you my workflow for these cameras.

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Comments

  1. Gena H. says:

    I liked the tutorial. I never remember about the batch convert feature.
    I'd like it a bit better if you just slow down a beat.

  2. giving it a try now. will see how it works out. thanks

  3. Chip, I really appreciate this tutorial, but ran into a problem after using these settings with footage I shot with the Mark II.

    After putting transitions in my project and rendering, I get dropped frames and jumps in the clips (like the frame-rate quickly changes).

    Do you know of any solutions?

  4. Chip, I really appreciate this tutorial, but ran into a problem after using these settings with footage I shot with the Mark II.

    After putting transitions in my project and rendering, I get dropped frames and jumps in the clips (like the frame-rate quickly changes).

    Do you know of any solutions?

  5. Sandy Audio Visual says:

    CS5.5 now allows native support for DSLR footage.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks Colin, but CS 5 supported it already and the new Final Cut X will do it as well. No more transcoding! 

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