FlyingPhotog wrote in post #15455414
FWIW, I'm dabbling with the 30-day trial of Premiere Pro right now and footage from my 1DMkIVs dumped in and worked as is.
Same with the basic timeline in Photoshop CS6
Didn't transcode anything before editing.
Yes, my footage works as is as well. The problem is, how smooth it looks.
BioSci wrote in post #15459079
I'm using a MacBookPro 15.4 (retina) and CS6. I just take the video tracks off my card into Premiere without any conversion. The tracks play back smoothly even with lots of filters and effects, and the resulting video looks great even on a large-screen plasma TV.
I am NOT using the retina macbook pro. I am using I believe a 2009 macbook pro, and I believe an early 2011 iMac 21.5" (upgraded to 12gb ram). My playback without adding any effects even jerks every few seconds with the native 5d3 footage
Heath wrote in post #15459191
I could not tell you exactly how to do it, but it is possible to create low res versions of your video files, use those to edit, then replace with the high res versions before you export.
I'll have to do some research on how to accomplish that
ChadAndreo wrote in post #15460278
why would you convert the footage when canon dslr footage works natively with premiere pro?
Read the replies above. My footage jerks without an edits. With the edits, my footage playback is REALLY slow and jerky(using the cameras native footage)
Since everyone seems to have such smooth playback, maybe my settings are wrong???
what resolution is everyone playing back their clips with? quarter, half, full