Change from this
Back in AVID Project OPEN all the bins in AVID that have your linked files that you used to transcode the camera originals
to make the media in your avid project for offline
IF YOU DON'T HAVE THESE ANYMORE CONTINUE READING TO RE-LINK TO THE RAW FILES
Relink to the Storage Hard Drive or volume that the Original Camera footage is on. (where you stored the backup of all the cards you recorded on the camera)
Go to >Tools>Source Browser
Choose to Link not Import
Navigate to the Original Footage folder for each card
Or each day of cards and the folder
Locate the original Native Pro Res .movs QuickTimes or
XAVCHD or .r3D etc.
Click on Link
The clips will load into the Bin shown here from each
card you linked to. Do this till all the cards are linked and
the files appear in the bin.
All the Linked files will load up in a new folder when you choose the default settings.
When all the cards are re-linked and loaded up in the bins
Open the Bin that contains your final duplicated sequence that you want to link the newly linked files to
Right click the sequence to relink and choose Relink
If that doesn't work choose
Change the timeline Clip Color to show AMA clips as a different color so you can make sure you are linked to the "Native" ProRes .mov QuickTimes
Offline will by default be RED so that is how we'll check if we have any offline media
Notice in this timeline only part of the clips turned purple. You should have the entire timeline show purple clips so that you know all the clips are relinked.
On AVID timeline, you can -Match Frame Track by placing your timeline indicator on the timeline
Right clicking on the V1 or V2 or V3 depending on what track you are match framing and choose
>Match Frame Track
|The clip containing the match frame will load in the source monitor with the inpoint marked at the match frame. Then choose the Find Bin Icon to identify the clip in the bin location|
|Right click the clip that is highlighted in the bin and choose Revel File|
|The location of the file will load and you can verify as in this example that yes this is the camera original that we wanted to link to|
|Next you need to put the space back into your AVID MediaFiles folder|
Back in AVID
Next change your project settings to Avid Media Composer > Preferences > Choose the Format Tab
Choose the Format Tab > Change the project to Ultra HD> UHD 23.98 if it is not already set to that
NOTE most of you shot in UHD or 1080 but check the raw footage files to make sure you know what format you
shot and make sure that the AVID project is set to that.
|The only other thing is you might want to re-batch in any stills or imported pictures see this wiki||AVID - Batch Re-Import Footage|