You may know about The Black Keys.
Throw them in a pot with a slathering of blood sweat and tears, a tablespoon of the right industry connections, and mix with 12 hours of your life that you will never, ever get back, then bring to a rendering boil.
Equipping backup underpants is highly recommended before viewing due to the high concentration of fiber-optic content.
Assuming you’ve had the chance to wipe, I’ll continue with outlining the hell(s) that was posting this footage:
Converting HF10 footage using Voltaic
Conforming footage for multiclip
4th Level of Hell
Identifying the Corrupted Portion of the HF10 Quicktime that causes FCP to crash
5th Level of Hell
Discovering Color cannot read the HF10 Quicktime
6th Level of Hell
Finding out FCP cannot export the final Quicktime in any way. Period.
7th Level of Hell
Realizing you’ve spent 6 hours of your life just troubleshooting this entire workflow and you will never get those 6 hours back.
So there’s the initial outline of the post process, each step with its own personalized level of Hell all to itself. Check back soon for descriptions of each Level of Hell in excruciating, awful detail.
proactively • not looking forward to reliving this • peter