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Scott Sheriff

Freelance Live Television Director, and I'm always looking for a gig. When I'm not doing that, I shoot, edit and do VFX work and motion graphics.

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Flip it over
by Daniel Schloss 7 months ago
Ok I'm not sure if I have the correct forum to post this question on, and if it is incorrect, then Cow moderator please feel free to move it. Here is my question: In my production, I am shooting a pil
Re: Flip it over
by Scott Sheriff 7 months ago
How does the plane enter the inverted flight If it barrel rolls, there will probably be negative G's, which might make loose items tumble around. If it goes inverted from a pull back on the controls,
Need advice on a career path, please
by Lisa Robinson 7 months ago
Hello CreativeCow Users, I was wondering if I can get some advice... here are the details: Been freelancing for PBS for the last 4 years as well as running my own production company for the las 12 yea
Re: Need advice on a career path, please
by Scott Sheriff 7 months ago
Worked for PBS when I first got stated back in the 80's. Endless production revolving around fund raising, and that same dull PBS look to everything that can be seen from outer space. Worked with some
RE: Real guns on location
by Sam Lesante Jr. 7 months ago
Does anyone know what the laws are with having real guns at a shoot We are going to be in a wooded area doing a show and two of the guys said they have permits to carry and conceal. Are they legally a
Re: RE: Real guns on location
by Scott Sheriff 7 months ago
It helps to know the particulars. I'm assuming you mean handguns, since you say you have guys with a CWP, but really the devil is in the details. What state Private, state, or federal owned property R
Moving from Los Angeles to Texas
by Jacob Marley 11 months ago
Hello Cowpeople, I'm wondering if any of you have experience to help me make a decision... I currently am a freelance director video production company in the LA area. I do OK. I direct 4-5 local or b
Re: Moving from Los Angeles to Texas
by Scott Sheriff 10 months ago
Tim Wilson "Can you summarize some of what you've heard " Majority of the notes and calls are from sympathetic 'old timers' in video film production that are in general agreement with the posts by my
crease in gel, is it a problem?
by Michael Hurwicz 12 months ago
I just bought some gels, and several of them have a slight but noticeable crease in the middle, about two inches long. I have not used gels before and am not sure if this is something to be concerned
Re: crease in gel, is it a problem?
by Scott Sheriff 11 months ago
It's rare to see a gel crease in the light. Depends on the use and fixture. Cyc lights are the one place that creases and wrinkles can sometimes be seen. And depending on the fixture, I think gels wit
Lighting Green with Green
by Joe Barta IV 11 months ago
I've been using a portable green screen muslin cloth in the field for interviews, lighting it with two Arri 300s with fairly good results. In the studio I use KinoFlo lights with green lamps to light
Re: Lighting Green with Green
by Scott Sheriff 11 months ago
IMO making your light more 'green' doesn't do anything to improve keying, and might even be counter productive producing unwanted green light falling on your subject. Also CK green paint is formulated
Budget: $2000 Dolly with skate wheels. Any suggestions?
by Tyler Grutsch 1 year ago
I'm looking to purchase a dolly for around $2000 including shipping. I have a bunch of straight track. It would be nice if it had skate wheels. Any thoughts Tyler Grutsch Wise Foley Entertainment www.
Re: Budget: $2000 Dolly with skate wheels. Any suggestions?
by Scott Sheriff 11 months ago
This http: www.coloradogripinc.com Scott Sheriff SST Digital Media Multi-Camera Director, VFX and Post Production The Affordable Camera Dolly is your just right solution! "If you think it's expensive
Shooting Automobiles
by Todd Terry 1 year ago
Hey guys... A little bit out of my element here, advice welcome... I have a relatively sizable three-day shoot coming up, bunch of commercials for a particular regional automobile dealers association.
Re: Shooting Automobiles
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I used to work at a place that had a studio you could drive a car in. We mostly used a surplus round white parachute hung from the grid for a butterfly and top lit only, with an occasional small light
Does anyone still use a light meter?
by Scott Bunkelmann 1 year ago
The other day I found an old Sekonic analog light meter. We have not used this in years. Does anyone still use a light meter for shooting video If so, for what applications and will this old Sekonic a
Re: Does anyone still use a light meter?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Scott Bunkelmann "Does anyone still use a light meter for shooting video " Hell ya I do. I use my 398 all the time. Here's a few off the top of my head: It's great for site surveys, and fits easily i
Back knob on LTM Pepper 200 - what is it?
by Seth Marshall 1 year ago
I have an old LTM Pepper 200 I may repurpose with some LEDs as a sort of experiment since I don't use the light. I have always been baffled by a knob on the back that only spins a solid-flat metal dis
Re: Back knob on LTM Pepper 200 - what is it?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Todd Terry "A zillion years ago when I worked in broadcast TV producing promos, the GM of the station would ALWAY find at least one little thing he wanted to change in everything we did. So we would
What do you vets think of what happened
by Marvin Pike 1 year ago
Hi I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this but something happened to me recently and I wanted the opinion of the Cow's Vets. I'm changing some of the details to keep the companies anonyms.
Re: What do you vets think of what happened
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Have I seen this before This exact situation, no, but something similar. There are 'houses' that think they are to busy to do it right the first time, or that having a standards convention is a waste
Losing clients
by Tom Sefton 1 year ago
We are getting the impression that a client we have been bending over backwards to please is thinking of leaving us-they aren't very profitable, but have the potential to become a very regular and ste
Re: Losing clients
by David Roth Weiss 1 year ago
You have an excellent opportunity to turn lemons into lemonade. Anytime you have a fundamental disagreement with a longterm customer, or with anyone with whom you have a longterm relationship, if you
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Does anyone pay?
by Roy Schneider 1 year ago
Hi All: I just got out of my 3rd meeting this month with a client that wants Production Work without paying. 2 wanted to Barter, and one wants to shoot a pilot on spec, but does not want to give anyth
Re: Does anyone pay?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Roy Schneider "Hi All: I just got out of my 3rd meeting this month with a client that wants Production Work without paying. 2 wanted to Barter, and one wants to shoot a pilot on spec, but does not wa
Building a Film Editor's Reel
by Bryan McClurg 1 year ago
Fellow cows, I am currently building a demo reel as an editor (with some small example of visual effects experience). But mostly, I'm focusing on basic video editing - short films, commercials, docume
Re: Building a Film Editor's Reel
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Andrew Kimery " Doesn't what you just said apply to every reel (and resume for that matter) " Some more than others. And as far as resume's and CV's, some of it applies there as well, but they are a
Billing/Invoice for Post Production - get specific?
by Grant Wilber 1 year ago
I thought I saw this thread somewhere but couldn't find it. Feel free to redirect me. How much detail do you include on your invoices For both a project that has one single budget, and for something y
Re: Billing/Invoice for Post Production - get specific?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Patrick Ortman "I had an invoice held up over 3 months while some jackass accountant went through and did an internal vetting study to see if our price for certain line items were in line with "indus
filming in a Sterile lab
by Chris Pulleyn 1 year ago
Hi I may have to shoot in a research lab in the coming weeks. It's currently unclear if it is a totally sterile environment but does anyone have experience in preparing video lighting equipment for th
Re: filming in a Sterile lab
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I've done this a couple of times over the years, and the camera was not an issue, but hot lights were. It's best to do as much pre-pro on these as possible, because the rules vary greatly. Also, some
JVC BR50 deck HDMI Capture Card
by Gary Robinson 1 year ago
The firewire from my JVC BR50 deck to my computer is a little inconsistent so I'm looking for an inexpensive PC capture card to capture footage. What cards are you successfully capturing with Thanks,
Re: JVC BR50 deck HDMI Capture Card
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Gary Robinson "The firewire from my JVC BR50 deck to my computer is a little inconsistent..." In what way Can you explain what is going on, and include your system and format specs Scott Sheriff SST
Unable to initialize HDV deck (SONY HVR-M15AU)...???
by fumihiro hirota 1 year ago
I was trying to capture some footage using SONY HVR-M15AU to my FCP 7. However, FCP 7 doesn't recognize cable connection and got error message "Unable to initialize HDV deck Please make sure a deck is
Re: Unable to initialize HDV deck (SONY HVR-M15AU)...???
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
If this deck has a DV HDV toggle, make sure it's in the correct position. The deck has to be connected to the computer while it's powered off. Turn on deck power first, then the computer. Scott Sherif
Multi Camera 5D Mark II/III Interview
by Randy Rubin 1 year ago
Hi All, I am doing a shoot utilizing 2 5D Mark II's and 1 5D Mark III. The shoot is of a roundtable discussion. We will be able to accommodate stopping the conversation for slates at the end of 12min
Re: Multi Camera 5D Mark II/III Interview
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Use a slate. This is a basic skill that everyone should know. Scott Sheriff SST Digital Media Multi-Camera Director, VFX and Post Production The Affordable Camera Dolly is your just right solution! "I
Prosumer Tripod for JVC HD110
by Andrew Ball 1 year ago
Hey CC world-- Thank you in advance for taking the time to review my post question. I am new to purchasing a tripod (I've always just had one to work with already), but the church I work at is looking
Re: Prosumer Tripod for JVC HD110
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Andrew Ball "Does the 504hd only allow for 1 panhandle Should this fact not influence my decision " There are mounts for two so you can use the handle right left handed, but you usually only get one
i shoot on a canon 550d DSLR at 720 @ 50fps. could someone recommend the best FCP settings for timeline and for export so i can keep quality?
by ChrisMarsh RetronicaVideo 1 year ago
Hi All first off, new to the forum but not to CC, about time i said hello. I m a low budget video maker who for whatever reason seems to be unable to get my head around the whole exporting business. I
Re: i shoot on a canon 550d DSLR at 720 @ 50fps. could someone recommend the best FCP settings for timeline and for export so i can keep quality?
by Rafael Amador 1 year ago
ChrisMarsh RetronicaVideo "I m a low budget video maker who for whatever reason seems to be unable to get my head around the whole exporting business. I m a filmmaker, not a computer engineer Jim" If
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Desperately looking for Pro Applications Update 2008‑04 / 05
by Toby Tomkins 1 year ago
Hi, I'm desperately looking for Pro Applications Update 2008 04 (ProApplicationsUpdate2008-04.dmg) or Pro Applications Update 2008-05 (ProApplicationsUpdate2008-05.dmg). I need them for Shake 4.1.1 Ol
Re: Desperately looking for Pro Applications Update 2008‑04 / 05
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Toby Tomkins "FYI Scott the download links on the apple links you sent haven't worked for a while )-:" My bad, I tried the links, which worked, but I didn't hit download since I already had these fil
What's everyone doing to find new biz in 2013? This old dog needs some new tricks...
by Ned Miller 1 year ago
Happy New Year! So, the resolution I really plan to keep is to ramp up my producing revenue in '13. Besides DP work, which I have enough of, I am looking to increase the producing side of my business,
Re: What's everyone doing to find new biz in 2013? This old dog needs some new tricks...
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Andy jackson "Read my dilema before you even think of carrying on in this shark infested business. Just my 2 cents worth. http: forums.creativecow.net thread 17 876369" LOL, the thread about the 800#
FCP 7 won't render (not the usual problem)
by Phil Slatter 1 year ago
Hi guys Firstly, thanks for taking a moment to read what seems to be an extremely common subject. I have a twist on the usual problems though... I shoot a lot of seminars and presentations and turn th
Re: FCP 7 won't render (not the usual problem)
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Phil Slatter "n them around for online use. I do it regularly, it's a bish bash bosh edit that usually take 5 mins. HOWEVER, I've upgraded to Mountain Lion and since then I've had no end of problems,
stage name... for a producer?
by mike calla 1 year ago
Hey all, I know stage names for musicians and actors is normal. However a Google search on tv producers using stage names comes up somewhat empty . Does any body know if its a usual practice.
Re: stage name... for a producer?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
It's not as uncommon as you think. In the freelance world you have to take what comes along for the most part, and sometimes for various reasons it isn't something you want your name on. Sometimes the
Hiring and working with editors...?
by Grant Wilber 1 year ago
This last year was my first full year doing video production. Overall it went well and I'm in a good position to grow this upcoming year. However the biggest downfall was the post-production. I can wo
Re: Hiring and working with editors...?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I have to agree with Mike and Mark. I learned to edit the old school way where you worked from either a script with TC, or a shot list with TC and massaged from there. I still much prefer this when ed
Best coats/jacket for filming in winter.
by John Shand 1 year ago
Hi All, does anyone recommend any coats jackets etc for filming outside in winter Something waterproof, warm but not too bulky. Any help would be much appreciated.
Re: Best coats/jacket for filming in winter.
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I just wear my skiing boarding gear. It's warm waterproof, and is designed to allow a lot of freedom of movement. Layers is the way to go, avoid these pillow sewn down or polyfill 'puffy' type fashion
Keeping track of time...
by Grant Wilber 1 year ago
What are some good methods, software, or websites that help keep track of editing time I could just right them down, but would like to find something that is a little bit more in place and feels more
Re: Keeping track of time...
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I use TimeSlice. There is also a time tracking function in Quickbooks. Scott Sheriff SST Digital Media Multi-Camera Director, VFX and Post Production The Affordable Camera Dolly is your just right sol
CTRL+Console
by Rich Garcia 1 year ago
a friend of mine in Boulder has created this interesting app for FCP and Adobe Premiere. What do you think of it He needs feedback. http: www.kickstarter.com projects jeffchow ctrl-console-creativity-
Re: CTRL+Console
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
My 2 cents. There are already several other apps that do this, or something similar and there is even a Davinci Resolve console that you can download for free. I grew up editing on a CMX and my prefer
shooting in the cold/dark
by Geoff McKay 1 year ago
Hello all, Last night I shot a search and rescue operation in the dark, about 5 degrees below freezing, very high winds, blizzard conditions. This generated some issues and I was hoping for some sugge
Re: shooting in the cold/dark
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Geoff McKay "1. My lighting gave out on me mid shoot, and I agonized over whether to gain way up for more detail, and accept grainier footage or go the other way. I could make out minimal detail at a
Editing service
by Jerry Nickle 1 year ago
I am not a professional editor and would like to hire one. I have about 100 hours of HDV footage that I would like to have edited into 1hr. What would this cost and how long would it take
Re: Editing service
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
I might be interested in working on something like this. Feel free to contact me. Scott Sheriff SST Digital Media Multi-Camera Director, VFX and Post Production The Affordable Camera Dolly is your jus
VHS/Hi8 Clips into FCP
by Sean Hammes 1 year ago
I am wondering if it is possible to convert VHS and Hi8 videos to clips that I can directly import into Final Cut Pro I don t want the digital clips to be transferred directly to a DVD. The most impor
Re: VHS/Hi8 Clips into FCP
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Sean Hammes "I am wondering if it is possible to convert VHS and Hi8 videos to clips that I can directly import into Final Cut Pro " Yes it is. You either need a capture card type device, or a HDV DV
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Positioning of titles
by Alex Elkins 1 year ago
Hi all, A few years ago I read in a post on here that it was 'the norm' to position titles slightly above centre. This is how I've worked ever since, and would agree that it is slightly more pleasing
Re: Positioning of titles
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Symmetry is just visually unappealing. Hence things like the rule of thirds, etc. Scott Sheriff SST Digital Media Multi-Camera Director, VFX and Post Production The Affordable Camera Dolly is your jus
To Letterbox or not to Letterbox Please Advise
by Charles Alexander 1 year ago
I am finalizing my first short film which I plan to submit internationally to major film festivals. Such as Berlin, Venice, London, etc. blah. etc. I am coming to the end and am trying to decide the b
Re: To Letterbox or not to Letterbox Please Advise
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Two things. You have to ask yourself, "why do i want need to letterbox this footage ". Letterbox is usually done for two reasons. One to overcome a mismatch in aspect ratios, between the material, and
Can I fully produce a commercial in Final Cut Pro?
by Travis James 1 year ago
My company is looking to edit our commercials in-house. My questions: Is the Broadcast Safe Filter 100% accurate for ensuring our commercial will conform to the specifications required for television
Re: Can I fully produce a commercial in Final Cut Pro?
by Scott Sheriff 1 year ago
Shane Ross "Now...that said, you don't simply use the Broadcast Safe filter to BOOM, make the show fulfill broadcast specifications. No, that requires a lot of technical skill and knowledge. So yes,
FCPX is so completely weird, it makes Motion look sane. And no one will hire you by the hour for either of them.
by Aindreas Gallagher 2 years ago
well, its true. And I reject the flamebait charge being directed against me based on - look at that rhino charging through - bottom line, Apple have history with slightly weird inconsequential softwar
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Re: FCPX is so completely weird, it makes Motion look sane. And no one will hire you by the hour for either of them.
by joachim hoge 1 year ago
At least we have have R3D native editing from today. It looks like FCX has a much better meta data implementation than Premiere. After 18 months in Premiere I can go back to Final Cut. Loki g foreward
Last Quarter And 10.0.6 To Go
by Gerry Fraiberg 2 years ago
Well here we are in the fourth quarter of 2012, patiently awaiting the arrival of FCP X 10.0.6 New Features Coming Later This Year Multichannel audio editing tools Dual viewers MXF plug-in support RED
Re: Last Quarter And 10.0.6 To Go
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Marcus Moore " The longer it is, the more I think they'll have packed in there." I remember someone on one of the VFX forums making this same exact observation about Shake. About a month later apple
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Editing rates
by Josh Webster 2 years ago
I have been consistently editing projects for a friend of mine. He brings me projects, shoots and directs them and projects range from music videos to epk's to demo reels to multicams of plays and dan
Re: Editing rates
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
I think this would be better posted in the Business and Marketing forum. There you will find many stories like this, or worse. Josh Webster " I usually get anywhere from $100 to $1000 for projects he
A little self-promotion
by Mark Suszko 2 years ago
http: magazine.creativecow.net article save-this-script-episode-2-by-john-morley-and-mark-suszko
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I QUIT.... Working for nothing.
by Andy jackson 2 years ago
Anyone Else feel the same that the video industry has had its day. http: forums.creativecow.net thread 12 857674#858248 Your input would be much appreciated. Cheers Andy
Re: I QUIT.... Working for nothing.
by Mark Suszko 2 years ago
Andy said: When the cost of cloud editing storage comes down in cost this will also be a big blow. India will take over the whole industry with extremely low rates that none of us will be able to comp
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Short promo video = all images vs all video vs mix?
by Phillip Roh 2 years ago
I'm working on an association promotional video (<1 minute length). The association has members across Canada and we are engaging them to supply us with the materials from which the video will be e
Re: Short promo video = all images vs all video vs mix?
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Phillip Roh "Example: for the end-user, would viewing still images interspersed with motion video be a jarring visual experience compared to a slideshow of images " Its done all the time, though not
test
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
test Scott Sheriff Director http: www.sstdigitalmedia.com http: www.affordabledolly.com "If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur." ---Red Adair
Re: test
by Peter J. DeCrescenzo 2 years ago
test --- http: www.peterdv.com
Filming interview in museum without echo?
by Mike Green 2 years ago
Dear all I recently shot a seated 1 plus 1 interview in an art museum. I expected the sound to be an issue do to try and reduce the echo I used two sennheiser 416 mics on mic stands positioned above t
Re: Filming interview in museum without echo?
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
I would probably go with lav mics. Not a perfect solution, but depending on the pattern, it will make a moderate improvement in most situations. Get out in the middle of the room, and stay away from t
Is this a first? FCP X experience REQUIRED for job?!
by Andy Field 2 years ago
This add today on Washington DC's Craigslist Creative Video Editor (Northern Virginia) Date: 2012-07-23, 12:15PM EDT Reply to: tnz7t-3157592738@job.craigslist.org Errors when replying to ads Managemen
Re: Is this a first? FCP X experience REQUIRED for job?!
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Note that the company doing the 'hiring' is not primarily engaged in the production business. Also that there is no reference to salary, or salary range. And of course it's on Craigslist. Scott Sherif
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FCPX Newbie - is learning FCPX worth the time?
by Christopher Key 2 years ago
I was recently given an Imac as a gift from a group that knows I've occasionally missed out on jobs where Final Cut was a required part of the equation. I've just started playing around with Final Cut
Re: FCPX Newbie - is learning FCPX worth the time?
by Shane Ross 2 years ago
Charlie Austin " You may or may not be right about the proliferation part, but I'd respectfully disagree about X not being "aimed" at professionals." I didn't say it wasn't aimed at professionals. I
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What we have really lost with FCP 7
by Will Hodgson 2 years ago
Walter Biscardi's recent article 'A cautionary tale for the FCP switcher' made me rethink about the upheaval that FCPX has caused. It also brought back fond memories to me of working at Pogo Films. Fo
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Re: What we have really lost with FCP 7
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Franz Bieberkopf "I, for one, doubt it this "undoubtability". If software doesn't support my workflow and approach, it is not "easier" to use - it is unusable. This is quite aside from the severe lim
Alternative Application for Media Production
by Thomas Frank 2 years ago
What do you guys think about this Alternative Application for Media Production Blog http: www.fcproxuniversity.com FCPro_X_University Extra_Credit Entries 2012 7 9_Alternative_Apps_For_Media_Productio
Re: Alternative Application for Media Production
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Joseph W. Bourke "you don't need a chainsaw to cut down a sapling, but you sure don't want to use a hatchet to cut down a 40 foot tall oak tree." Lets run with that for a moment. You actually can cut
Article: Is the New Blackmagic Cinema Camera the HDSLR Killer?
by Marco Solorio 2 years ago
DSLR Video Is the New Blackmagic Cinema Camera the HDSLR Killer Marco Solorio of OneRiver Media dissects Blackmagic Design's new Cinema Camera to see if it is in fact, the much-anticipated HDSLR-kill
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Re: Is the New Blackmagic Cinema Camera the HDSLR Killer?
by Mark Suszko 2 years ago
Once it is encumbered with all the rails, matte boxes, French Flags, viewfinders, cages, auxiliary grips, hoods and eyepiece shades, focus whips and assorted "stuff" that turns it into another nod to
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FCPX developers, please optimize disk access
by Ladislav Zamba 2 years ago
Hello, I was editing large project with about 500 clips on timeline. All media files (ProRes FullHD) I copied from internal to external drive and relinked all clips from timeline to external drive. Ev
Re: FCPX developers, please optimize disk access
by Scott Sheriff 2 years ago
Ladislav Zamba "So, I believe that FCPX developers can avoid some unnecessary disk activity and make editing on slow drives and machines faster." Sure, they could. But why Isn't the whole concept of
Tonight's the night
by John Davidson 2 years ago
So tonight we're supposed to get some kind of sneak peek at new features in FCPX at the LAFCPUG meet (my first one of these). Do you guys think we're going to actually see something new, or is it goin
Re: Tonight's the night
by TImothy Auld 2 years ago
I don't think we're going to see anything new. I am usually wrong. As to questions I'd ask how they define the "pro market." Tim
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