4853 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Nov 9, 2010 10:19 PM by BenB
thanks for getting back to me.
No, the metadata is only being logged as i ingest the clip using log and transfer. I click the clip, log my data in and hit the button which adds the clip to the queue.
I have been working on a solution and the following seems to work:
-log and transfer all my clips adding the metadata as I go
-verify all the clips are in the project bin - save the project locally
-verify all clips are inside the newly created production in the FCserver catalogue - some will have viewable metadata others, for some reason, do not!
-drag and drop the FCP project into the production on FCserver, bring it in.
-double click the FCP project and double click an asset within it (these should be automatically associated by bringing in the FCP project which was saved after LandC)
-click on the 'final cut pro logging' tab - the Metadata should be here, even if it isnt viewable on the asset itself - i.e before it was catalogued relevant to the FCP project.
This isnt ideal, but its a kind of work around for the time being.
i'm going to look into mapping my own metadata.
Thanks - this sounds good. How do I do it?
Also, how on earth do I delete my jobs list?
I have been uploading a 1.5TB project file which seems to have gotten screwed up. There are tonnes of Transcoded which say 'transcoding' but don't seem to be doing anything. I would rather just delete the job and start again, but other than cancelling 1500+ jobs individually it would be nice if i could hit 'cancel all' any ideas?
Thank you - Much appreciated