I’ve got about 20 shots to render some at Full, some at Premium. I’d like to control this on a per shot basis but when I change the transcode settings, it changes for all the shot. How do I do it?
One caveat, it does work on a per clip basis. By that I mean if you have a sequence of 3 shots, 2 of which are from the same source clip, it keeps the size the same on the 2 shots that are from the same source clip. You can’t make them different sizes. The only way I see of doing this is to do a grade for one size and then render out only the shots for the other size that you need. Too much work.
This can be accomplished using the same sort of copy techniques you use when copying color. The difference is that transcode settings are saved as part of the Cut metadata, not the Grade metadata even though to do any deliverable the Cut and Grade co-exist.
On your current shot in your timeline, change the settings to what you want for Full and Half debayer in the Transcode menu. You should find the selector on the right side of the UI. Open the selector menu options to reveal the full and half options. Select only those two items. Now back in your storyboard view or Q mode, right click select the shots you want to copy those transcode setting to and they should get a cyan outline. While parked on the clip you initially changed, press the Copy button in the Selector menu. You should now have all those clips with the same debayer settings.
Repeat with any other clips that need different changes.
See if that helps.
sorry to dig up an older thread.
We also have this problem. It is specifically when your edit has multiple cuts from the same source reel. If you change debayer settings on one, it changes all the clips which share the same source r3d clip. Is there any workaround on this yet? We often end up having shots that have wildly different exposure settings at different points in the clip and would be helpful to be able do adjust iso or flut setting before balancing the primary.
I retract my comment based on my level of ignorance.
I have now learned how the transcode versions page works. (in my defense, I hadn’t noticed this until recently, is it new?) It is great! now you can have per clip color and resolution debayer settings.