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Old Sep 21, 2013, 07:52 AM   #1
Freida
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2 Final Cut X questions, please.

Hello guys,
could you please help me with these two questions?

1) is there addon or soemthing that would allow me to read .dpx files? I have my image sequence in .dpx format and I would like to work with it in Final Cut. What is the best way that you would know, please?

2) I have image sequence that was done with linear workflow so the gamma is 2.2 and I would like to do the .454 conversion in final cut but I can't see to find the precise number. All I have is sliders which are not accurate. Is there a way to enter the value numerically myself, please?

Thank you
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Old Sep 22, 2013, 04:18 AM   #2
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I guess its probably not possible, right?
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Old Sep 22, 2013, 04:34 AM   #3
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Hello guys,
could you please help me with these two questions?

1) is there addon or soemthing that would allow me to read .dpx files? I have my image sequence in .dpx format and I would like to work with it in Final Cut. What is the best way that you would know, please?

2) I have image sequence that was done with linear workflow so the gamma is 2.2 and I would like to do the .454 conversion in final cut but I can't see to find the precise number. All I have is sliders which are not accurate. Is there a way to enter the value numerically myself, please?

Thank you
Google found this for importing .dpx http://www.gluetools.com/products_dpx.html
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Old Sep 22, 2013, 04:41 AM   #4
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Google found this for importing .dpx http://www.gluetools.com/products_dpx.html
Thank you,
I came across it before but it doesn't seem to work with FCX.

I've found a converter for those images which might be an option if there is no plugin for FCX but for now I'm still trying to find a plugin as I think that could work. System shows me that I could use "colours" to open the file with but I've lost the licence and now can't find it. (i've changed 3 computers so thats why )
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Old Sep 22, 2013, 01:58 PM   #5
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Thank you,
I came across it before but it doesn't seem to work with FCX.

I've found a converter for those images which might be an option if there is no plugin for FCX but for now I'm still trying to find a plugin as I think that could work. System shows me that I could use "colours" to open the file with but I've lost the licence and now can't find it. (i've changed 3 computers so thats why )
You don't need a plug-in the FCP, you only transcode the files to ProRes once.
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