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Creating a custom QuickTime ProRes (or DNxHD) master output

Creating a custom QuickTime ProRes (or DNxHD) master output: Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Premiere Pro CC
Creating a custom QuickTime ProRes (or DNxHD) master output: Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Premiere Pro CC

One of the most common types of exports that editors use when they export from Adobe Premiere Pro is a master file. This is contained by a high-quality codec like Apple ProRes. How do you export a video in ProRes? In this video, author Jeff Greenberg demonstrates how to create a custom ProRes master output in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 58m
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Video Video Editing Final Cut Pro Premiere Pro

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