You can import Sony F65RAW MXF file in Smoke with a default Scene Linear transformation applied to convert the 16-bit media to 16-bit half-float.
- Tape Name box
Select an option to determine how the tape name is set for the imported clips.
|Select: ||To: |
|Enter Tape ||Activate the Tape Name field so that you can manually enter the tape name. When selecting multiple files for import, this tape name is used for all imported files. |
|Tape from Filename ||Use the name of the imported file as the tape name. |
|Tape from Directory ||Determine the tape name from the detected directory structure. A Level field appears below the Tape Name box. Use this to configure the relative path to the directory from which the tape name can be determined. |
|Tape from File Header ||Read the tape name from the header of the imported file. |
- Level field
Select an option to set the relative file path to the directory from which the tape name can be determined. Although it is available for all file types, the Level field is specifically designed to work with the directory structures that are output by film scanners. A typical file structure would look like: ./<tape>/<resolution>/clip.######.dpx
. In this case, selecting Up 2 Levels in the Level field identifies the directory that corresponds to the tape name (./<tape>
). Enabled if Tape Name is set to Tape From Directory.
- Tape Name field
Set the name to use as the tape name of the imported clip. Enabled if Tape Name is set to Enter Tape.
- Clip Name box
Select how the clip is named when the file is imported.
|Select: ||To: |
|Enter Clip Name ||Activate the Clip Name field so that you can manually enter the clip name. When selecting multiple files for import, this name is used for all imported files. |
|Clip Name from File Name ||Use the name of the imported file as the clip name. |
- Debayering box
Select the resolution for imported media. Higher resolution is more processing intensive —Full being the full resolution of the media. Other resolutions offer better performance at the cost of lower image resolution.
- Quality box
Select one of two qualities for the decoding of F65RAW footage. Whereas lower debayering settings result in lower resolution clips, Quality actually affects the quality of the fully debayered pixels. Depending on your system configuration, Standard quality provides better decoding performance at the cost of lower image quality when compared to High quality. The actual image degradation depends on the footage being decoded. Only enabled when Debayering is set to Full.
- Colour Encoding box
Select Scene Linear to apply a colour transformation to convert the 16-bit media to 16-bit half-float. Select Native to disable this transformation and work with the RAW media.