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  • Thu, Oct 23 2008 11:39 AM

    Conforming VS Decompose

     Hello there

    I was wondering wether anyone could please enlighten to me as to what the difference(s) between decomposing and conforming are.... I know, abit simply sorry....correction I meant consolidating Vs decomose

    thanks

     

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  • Thu, Oct 23 2008 12:53 PM In reply to

    Re: Conforming VS Decompose

     Consolidating will create a new set of pointer files and associated media files, separately discreet from the original set - essentially a clone.

    Decomposing creates a new and offline clip list relative to a particular sequence, so that you can batch capture or import only media associated with that sequence instead of all the original source material. This is used primarily to conform a low-rez rough cut to high rez finished material.

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    Larry Rubin

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