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I recently started dust busting a film roll: Over 22000 Dpx 4K frames.
Well, Photoshop still cannot export Dpx. I have to use Photoshop Cineon export, since Adobe Media Encoder option does not give me custom resolution (strike one). Cineon is NOT Dpx, although they share a lot in common. No huge problem, I can use Cineon as well.
Photoshop cannot use over five digits in export naming (strike two). Usually we need seven to eight digits. Bummer. But 22000 something fits in five digits. Needs only some renaming.
After rendering in stages, while the work progresses, I found I cannot start naming sequence over 10000! What?! (That's the third strike).
I have to think very hard how to sort the following mess.
I know Photoshop is for still images. But since you have introduced timeline & other gimmicks, and if you ever think using video in Photoshop, please start getting rid of these restrictions.
Mr Jari Hakala
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