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The Cheese Grater is back
by Craig Seeman 2 months ago
The Cheese Grater is back with 8 PCIe slots. The Kremlinologist can examine the FCPX screenshot. Afterburner. Things that make you go hmmm.
Re: The Cheese Grater is back
by Andrew Richards 2 months ago
Michael Gissing "NVIDIA is a deal breaker for me and I'm sure many Resolve users will be torn." The PCIe slots will fit NVIDIA cards just fine, the problem is the lapsed driver support recently. The
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FCPX 10.3.2 is released
by Andrew Richards 3 years ago
Release notes: Ability to add custom folders of audio files to the Sound Effects browser Using ripple delete on audio-only clips no longer disables the selected range Audio meters retain custom width
Re: FCPX 10.3.2 is released
by Jason Jenkins 2 years ago
Unfortunately, they didn't fix the color problem with mp4 footage. Jason Jenkins Better Video Starts Here
Mac Pro 2 Concept -- (if only Apple cared about the Pro market)
by John Rofrano 3 years ago
I came across a graphics designer who placed this Mac Pro 2 concept on his site and I would buy one in a heart beat if Apple would only build it: Check it out: http: pascaleggert.de macpro.html If onl
Re: Mac Pro 2 Concept -- (if only Apple cared about the Pro market)
by Andrew Richards 3 years ago
TB3 is the best shot yet at a fully realized external GPU pipe, given its bandwidth capability. Indeed, even the PC gaming world is embracing the idea. I just felt someone needed to speak up and point
American Standard toilet - Cadet 3, having problems
by Bob Zelin 3 years ago
Hi - I just bought an American Standard Cadet 3 toilet from Home Depot. It was a really good price - $139. But I can't figure out how to install it. There are all these pipes, and fittings, and it see
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Andrew Richards liked this 3 years ago
One of a thousand posts with some 10.2 info....
by Charlie Austin 4 years ago
It's quite nice... http: fcpxpert.net 2015 04 13 fcp-x-10-2-first-look ------------------------------------------------------------- My FCPX Babbling blog "It is a poor craftsman who blames his tools.
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Andy Field liked this 4 years ago
Re: One of a thousand posts with some 10.2 info....
by Charlie Austin 4 years ago
Aindreas Gallagher "tell me your head didn't drop when you saw that list. You won't but I really really bet it did." Well, I actually kept reading the list. Seriously, it's like saying that the only
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Andrew Richards liked this 4 years ago
10.2 Released!!
by Steve Connor 4 years ago
It's in software update now!
Re: 10.2 Released!!
by Andrew Richards 4 years ago
Mark Suszko "So, Closed Captioning can be added in Compressor when you publish. But where do the .scc files come from (crosses fingers, looks for a plug-in in FCPX that generates this)." That's nothi
My gear is better than your gear...
by Bill Davis 5 years ago
I know this is a riff on photographers, (from TV's Veep w Julia Louis Dreyfus) but it made me smile in view of so many of the changes going on in our digital lives. Enjoy. http: youtu.be paJqHPHLExo K
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Jason Porthouse liked this 5 years ago
Re: My gear is better than your gear...
by Jim Giberti 5 years ago
Ha. I've been wondering lately if i'm one of the few people left that takes pride in producing quality work without buying every piece of high end gear possible. I love that I shoot a ton of work on $
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Andrew Richards liked this 5 years ago
OS 10.10 and iOS8
by Oliver Peters 5 years ago
I guess all the FCP X engineers have been pulled off for a while to get these out the door by fall. ;-) - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com
Re: OS 10.10 and iOS8
by Phil Hoppes 5 years ago
Having worked in the corporate engineering world for close to 30 years, this practice of pulling people off project A and dumping them on Project B so B can ship earlier is so asinine it is not to be
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Andrew Richards liked this 5 years ago
MP4 Export from FCPX, Compressor, QT7 won't work with Android 4.x
by Dave Gage 5 years ago
I started to get this problem last year. If I do an export of an .mp4 with the standard Apple encoder or use the x264 encoder from any of the Apple encoder capable products, it won't play on newer And
Re: MP4 Export from FCPX, Compressor, QT7 won't work with Android 4.x
by Andrew Richards 5 years ago
Try doing an "Apple Devices" export to .m4v and just renaming the extension to .mp4. The .m4v extension is a technical synonym for .mp4 that can optionally support Apple's FairPlay DRM. Unprotected .m
2 person shared storage? Products? Systems? Edit Share?
by Matt Campbell 5 years ago
As our needs have grown, so has the need for another editor to join me. In our ad agency, being a one man band, has been great and local storage and back up has been just fine. I'm currently using an
Re: 2 person shared storage? Products? Systems? Edit Share?
by Bob Zelin 5 years ago
Matt - I have already answered your question. If you cannot get the budget for a dedicated computer to act as a computer, then just forget the whole thing. I can make this happen with the equipment th
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Andrew Richards liked this 5 years ago
New Mac Pro: 64GB RAM or D700?
by Brett Sherman 5 years ago
I'm spec'ing the Mac Pro to purchase. I have to come in under $6500. So I have to either get a 6-core 32GB D700 machine or a 6-core 64GB D500 machine. Which do you believe is better My hunch now is th
Re: New Mac Pro: 64GB RAM or D700?
by Andrew Richards 5 years ago
I wouldn't bank on there ever being aftermarket GPUs for the new Mac Pro. The safest bet is to spec the D700 and upgrade the RAM later since you know for certain that is an option. Best, Andy
How do you back up your internal hard drive and your external media hard drive?
by Morten Slemdal 5 years ago
Hi! I have a 250 GB ssd and a 1TB external drive, and i want to make a back up, the easisest way. I will not fill the discs, and I have another 1 TB disc for back up. As I understand time machine will
Re: How do you back up your internal hard drive and your external media hard drive?
by Andrew Richards 5 years ago
Time Machine is included with OS X, and is very easy to use. CCC is a paid app ($40), and is also relatively easy to use but is also necessarily more complex to set up than TM. There is a lot of docum
FCP X 10.1 Media Management
by Steve Modica 6 years ago
They claim it can support media on remote volumes. Yippee! I'm installing now for testing. Steve Modica CTO, Small Tree Communications
Re: FCP X 10.1 Media Management
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Bob Zelin "While most modern shared storage systems are now supporting NFS, shouldn't Apple have an "official" way to do this, or simply support their own SMB2 protocol " They are filtering based on
Command space
by Jeremy Garchow 6 years ago
S-a-f-a-r-i Return http: www.barefeats.com Return Refresh Command-r, command-r Refresh Shift-refresh Refresh
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
Re: Command space
by Jeremy Garchow 6 years ago
Andrew Richards "Does BareFeets have the cash to buy three or four different Mac Pros at varying spec levels to test " Probably not, but the virtual merry band of misfits (i.e. all of us that buy Mac
Why the D700s and the Mac Pro might be really good deals...
by Nicholas Zimmerman 6 years ago
The new rumors seem to be pointing to only $600 for the D700 upgrade, which assuming this meant both cards would be only $300 per card. The PC equivalent of this card is $3,500 and Tim Cook really foc
Re: Why the D700s and the Mac Pro might be really good deals...
by Devin Crane 6 years ago
Nicholas Zimmerman "The new rumors seem to be pointing to only $600 for the D700 upgrade, which assuming this meant both cards would be only $300 per card. " $600 additional over the D500, not $300 p
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
Clean Install? - Do you have to reinstall all of your other software?
by Scott Clements 6 years ago
Hi, I am puzzled by the concept of doing a clean install of OSX. I often hear on forums that one should do a clean install of a new mac operating system update (Mavericks, for example). I haven't done
Re: Clean Install? - Do you have to reinstall all of your other software?
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Scott Clements "I can't believe video editors do a clean install every time a new OS comes out. There's so much software to reinstall. You could spend 2-3 days doing just this." Years ago, I used to
OSX 10.9 and codecs
by Erik Lindahl 6 years ago
Apple is finally "pulling the plug" and starting to seriously move away from QuickTime to AV Foundation in 10.9. For the end user a huge boon is the loss of certain codecs, amongst others are RGB NONE
Re: OSX 10.9 and codecs
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
John Davidson "On the bright side, OS X really loves ProRes, so you'll probably have a subtle performance increase by not using those older codecs anyways." Indeed you will. ProRes is a multi-threade
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Real-world Hard Drive Lifespan Survey
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
BackBlaze recently posted this survey they did of their HDD failure rate compared to the age of their drives. They have over 25,000 HDDs in service in their data center, so they have a good sample siz
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Alex Gerulaitis liked this 6 years ago
Mavericks - Animation Codec renders are jumpy
by John Davidson 6 years ago
Has anybody noticed that if you render something with a 4444 Animation codec QT w Alpha that the final render is jumpy Elements of the render are bouncing briefly - and it's super weird. Converting th
Re: Mavericks - Animation Codec renders are jumpy
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
John Davidson "We're thinking this is more a core issue in how Mavericks handles older QT media. It's surprisingly gnarly. The process of having to convert a EVERY QT to a more mavericks friendly cod
this is a GREAT article on Thunderbolt shared networks
by Bob Zelin 6 years ago
Hi - read this - http: arstechnica.com apple 2013 10 os-x-10-9-brings-fast-but-choppy-thunderbolt-networking which says in it's title - "I don't need no stinking 10 Gigabit Ethernet, I have a Thunderb
Re: this is a GREAT article on Thunderbolt shared networks
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
FYI, the price for the optical Thunderbolt cables is $330 for the 10m Corning and about $850 for the 30m Sumimoto (I got that by converting from Yen since I could only find them for sale on Amazon's J
10.1 Final Countdown?
by Marcus Moore 6 years ago
Apple just announced their Q4 earnings call for 2013 on Oct 28th. IF this plays out like last year, next Tues we'll see an invite to an Apple Special Event on October 22nd. There we should get followu
Re: 10.1 Final Countdown?
by Jeremy Garchow 6 years ago
Obvious soundtrack: http: www.youtube.com watch v=TcJ-wNmazHQ&sns=em t=53s
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
Why is Larry Jordan making up stories?
by Aindreas Gallagher 6 years ago
At the supermeet in Amsterdam, Jordan went to great lengths to talk about how how wasn't proselytizing for any one piece of software, and then went on to completely mis-characterise FCPX's role in the
Re: Why is Larry Jordan making up stories?
by Sam Mestman 6 years ago
Wow, guys... for a second I thought this thread was about Roswell or the JFK assassination. Anyway, just to clarify a couple things. Yes, there are two movies. Yes, Larry Jordan talked to both myself
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
Object storage
by Neil Sadwelkar 6 years ago
I met someone knowledgeable on storage for large systems and he spoke about 'object storage' as opposed to the current 'normal storage' based on filesystems that we know of (HFS, NTFS etc). I'm trying
Re: Object storage
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Neil Sadwelkar "I'm trying to wrap my head around this but I can't seem to fathom how (or why) it will be better than what we currently use. Does anyone have any clue on this So is this the 'next big
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Cost per GB for large data
by Neil Sadwelkar 6 years ago
I am doing this study for production companies that generate large amounts of data like with Red Epic ArriRAW F65 feature shoots, need to back it up, and at some point of time need access to all of it
Re: Cost per GB for large data
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
It probably is too DIY, but this is very high density in terms of both space and $ GB: BackBlaze Storage Pod 3.0 Install FreeBSD on that and use ZFS across all those HDDs and you'd have a pretty stout
is there a solution to turn my Promise thunderbolt RAID into a SAN/Server?
by Luke Ogden 6 years ago
I'm try to see if there is a way I can make my current media storage drive (Promise thunderbolt R4) accessible by more than one user. Ideally it would be available to about four users simultaneously,
Re: is there a solution to turn my Promise thunderbolt RAID into a SAN/Server?
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Tyler Henry "What's the advantage to installing sanMP if it's not necessary Is it only necessary for larger bandwidths " SANmp is used for fibre channel storage area networks (SAN). SANmp manages vol
boy, Premiere has lots of rules (for network storage)
by Bob Zelin 6 years ago
well, now that we are finally getting into full-on widespread Adobe Premiere at facilities, I realize how ignorant I have been about Adobe Premiere "best practices". Especially in a networked environm
Re: boy, Premiere has lots of rules (for network storage)
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Bob Zelin "CUDA is a must (even on an isolated workstation). Lots of RAM. Lots of cores. " CUDA was a must for CS5 and to a lesser extent CS6, but PPro's support for OpenCL in CC has broadened consid
There is a sliver of hope on the horizon!
by Andrew Kimery 6 years ago
MS backed off from it's DRM stance of having to Xbox One phoning home every 24 hrs and there are no longer restrictions on sharing games or on used games. http: news.xbox.com 2013 06 update If MS can
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Re: There is a sliver of hope on the horizon!
by Dustin Parsons 6 years ago
Don Mattrick, President, Interactive Entertainment Business "You told us how much you loved the flexibility you have today with games delivered on disc. The ability to lend, share, and resell these g
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
CC already pirated
by Ron Pestes 6 years ago
So now that we know that Photoshop CC was pirated the day after release does this mean PP will be next And if so, does this mean that CC has already failed Comments... ronpesteshdvideo.com JVC GY-HM60
Re: CC already pirated
by Paul Neumann 6 years ago
I'm seriously trying to devalue the Creative Cloud like you guys, but I can't. $600 a year for all those tools That's amazing. Don't want them all Whatever. There's $600 a year worth of value in PPro
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
Nobel Prize-Winning Economist on Adobe
by Peter Wiley 6 years ago
Well, not exactly explicitly about Adobe, but this article does give some insight into Adobe's position, I think. http: www.nytimes.com 2013 06 21 opinion krugman-profits-without-production.html Adobe
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Derek Andonian liked this 6 years ago
Re: Nobel Prize-Winning Economist on Adobe
by Chris Kenny 6 years ago
Oliver Peters "Only with hardware - not software. And in reality, when you compare hardware prices to identically equipped HP workstations or mobile workstation laptops, Apple was actually cheaper."
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
OS X Mavericks Demotes AFP in Favor of SMB2
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
The admins over at Xsanity seem pretty pleased with this, and I figured it would be notable news here too. From Apple's OS X Mavericks Core Technology Overview PDF (page 21): Network File Systems OS X
Re: OS X Mavericks Demotes AFP in Favor of SMB2
by Andrew Richards 6 years ago
Eric Hansen "Is SMB2 available for all versions of windows " The specific version Mavericks is adopting (SMB 2.1) was introduced in Win7 2008r2. Best, Andy
Mac Pro GPU/Memory/CPU/etc Expandability
by Jacob Brown 6 years ago
Why does everyone assume that none of these things are expandable changeable If you look at http: www.apple.com mac-pro there is a very prominent "unlock" button that allows the chases to open and sli
Re: Mac Pro GPU/Memory/CPU/etc Expandability
by Lance Bachelder 6 years ago
I love it - probably the most powerful workstation to date, at least twice as powerful as anything any of us have ever used (unless you're running a 12 core tower with dual K6000's) and everyone is wo
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Andrew Richards liked this 6 years ago
When will the Mac OS X try to connect to the Internet?
by Jonas Marsh 7 years ago
This has been a tough week for me. I don't really know what to do really. This is because I have no knowledge about Mac OSX. Life as we know it is full of surprises. Better to color your world with ar
Re: When will the Mac OS X try to connect to the Internet?
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
It will connect to the Internet when it is given a valid IP address for the router to which it has been connected either by Ethernet or WiFi. Usually this is handled by a DHCP server or the router its
Lion
by Rich Rubasch 7 years ago
Hi all; We are still all Snow Leopard here and are considering upgrading to Lion to enable Kona AJA drivers for Adobe CS6 and Avid Symphony which require it. BUT....I can't find a Lion installer for p
Re: Lion
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
You can no longer buy Lion, but it can still be downloaded by Apple IDs that bought it when it was available. If you know anyone who bought it, they can log in to the Mac App Store and re-download the
Pegasus R4 formatting question....
by Andrew Clark 7 years ago
Hello - Seeking advice on the best way to format a Pegasus R4 unit. Looking at Disk Utility (in Mac OS), I see the only options are: - Mac OS Extended (Journaled) - Mac OS Extended (Journaled, Encrytp
Re: Pegasus R4 formatting question....
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Andrew Clark "I'm just wondering HOW much of a performance hit that Journaling actually affects video editing." Negligible. When it was new a decade ago, you might have considered going without it fo
Amazon Glacier
by Dustin Parsons 7 years ago
Anyone heard of Amazon Glacier Sounds like it might be pretty good for long term archival solutions. I wanted to try it out but from this article it appears that, "It is worth noting that typical end-
Re: Amazon Glacier
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Cyberduck might support it soon. Best, Andy
Which OSX
by William Jon Miller 7 years ago
Just was given an older imac (see below for specs) and wanted to know how far I can upgrade OSX. Currently it has 10.4.11 (tiger). Can I upgrade to Lion or Mountain Lion or perhaps only to Snow Leopar
Re: Which OSX
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
If you have other Macs withSnow Leopard or Lion you can use them to download the Lion installer again and use it to make a bootable install disk. You only need Snow Leopard if you have no other Macs t
OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 and Cache-A
by Bob Zelin 7 years ago
Oi. Anyway, thanks for the support notes with an alternate on how to get this to work. I wish it was not such a pain. It was a pain in 10.7, and it's a pain in 10.8 bob Zelin
Re: OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 and Cache-A
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Netatalk has been AFP3.3 Lion-friendly since v2.2 back in January, v2.2.3 came out in May, and v3.0 just released in July. I've been using it successfully since 2.2.1 with Lion and now Mountain Lion o
Did anyone lose their job after FCPX mistake ?
by Anders Haavie 7 years ago
Does anyone know if anyone has been fired for the FCPX f**kup Or do Apple still think they did the right thing, even after the whole postproduction world left them Someone should get the boot. At leas
Re: Did anyone lose their job after FCPX mistake ?
by Steve Connor 7 years ago
Have we entered a time warp, is it last year again Steve Connor "The ripple command is just a workaround for not having a magnetic timelinel" Adrenalin Television
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Andrew Richards liked this 7 years ago
Searching for ap- to match by time created and rename from source
by Ryan Wu 7 years ago
I am trying to find an renaming application. situation Camera records with its name Field recorder records it's name Only common thing they have will be time created as field recorder is triggered by
Re: Searching for ap- to match by time created and rename from source
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
If you are on OS X, have you tried using the renaming facilities in Automator Best, Andy
What are the best external hard drives to use with an iMac?
by Howie Young 7 years ago
When using an iMac and FCP X what is a good brand external hard drive to use for video storage and back-up Any thoughts on the following: G-Tech LaCie SeaGate Go Flex Western Digital Thanks!
Re: What are the best external hard drives to use with an iMac?
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Bob Zelin "In my opinion, there is only one reason to pick G-Tech - and that is because they use Hitachi disk drives (G-Tech is now owned by Hitachi). OF course, Western Digital now owns G-Tech, and
Apple Patents
by Eric Santiago 7 years ago
This might interest some of you. http: fcp.co final-cut-pro news 884-apple-s-new-patent-hints-at-collaborative-media-production-with-final-cut-pro
Re: Apple Patents
by Oliver Peters 7 years ago
Kevin Patrick "Are there too many patents I don't know how to answer that question. Do people or companies benefit from patents I think so." I think you have to go back to the original intent of copy
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Andrew Richards liked this 7 years ago
miniSAS to eSATA not port multiplier
by Neil Sadwelkar 7 years ago
This has been dealt with here many moons ago but slightly differently to my query. So here goes... Does a miniSAS to eSATA cable work with the Atto H680 SAS HBA, if connected to single drives Not port
Re: miniSAS to eSATA not port multiplier
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Neil Sadwelkar "Does a miniSAS to eSATA cable work with the Atto H680 SAS HBA, if connected to single drives Not port multiplier RAIDs." Yes. eSATA is just a plug form factor and the H680 supports SA
Compact Video Cassette question/problem.....
by Joshua Pryor 7 years ago
Im not sure if this is the forum that this belongs in.... Im using an Emerson VHS DVD recorder. Basically a dubber. Ive had to problem dubbing some old VHS tapes from the 80s onto DVD. It was actually
Re: Compact Video Cassette question/problem.....
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Maybe the adapter is dirty I can't remember if those thread the tape out to the deck's heads or if they have interim heads that transmit to the deck heads. Best, Andy
Let's talk tape storage and technology
by Tim Jones 7 years ago
Hi folks, As many of you know me from the REDUser forums and other media forums, I've been asked to come online by a few friends on the left coast to add some chatter to the Creative Cow world. I've b
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Alex Gerulaitis liked this 7 years ago
Re: Let's talk tape storage and technology
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Glad to have you here, this isn't a terribly active forum on the COW, but having a knowledgeable voice to fill us in on tape goings-on is always a good thing. I have an LTO question: the spec calls fo
So if Avid goes under, then what?
by Andrew Kimery 7 years ago
Branching off from the thread about Avid selling off its consumer line of products and seemingly gloomy financial outlook (http: forums.creativecow.net readpost 335 38711), what happens if Avid can't
Re: So if Avid goes under, then what?
by Oliver Peters 7 years ago
First of all, Avid isn't going anywhere. The video edit software, ProTools, ISIS Unity (shared storage), Euphonix and news room products all seem to contribute equal percentages to the bottom line. So
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Andrew Richards liked this 7 years ago
Prognostications on FCPX compared to OSX and iOS from Alex4D
by Craig Seeman 7 years ago
Final Cut Pro X features: catching up and superseding http: alex4d.wordpress.com 2012 06 25 fcpx-past-and-future Interesting read on some interesting thinking from an interesting plugin creator (among
Re: Prognostications on FCPX compared to OSX and iOS from Alex4D
by Walter Soyka 7 years ago
Jeremy Garchow "It certainly does not look or operate in a familiar way, and it is true there needs to be more functionality built in to the software, there are many advantages to the FCPX media mana
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New Macbook Pro (not retina display) with Seagate Thunderbolt 1 TB HD, still dropped frames
by Roel Bus 7 years ago
I purchased the new (updated) Macbook Pro (15", 8 GB RAM) running Final Cut Pro X. I also grabbed the new Thunderbolt technology hard drive in the form of the 1 TB Seagate GoFlex. I figured that was g
Re: New Macbook Pro (not retina display) with Seagate Thunderbolt 1 TB HD, still dropped frames
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Thunderbolt is only as fast as the drive(s) behind it. I'm guessing the 1TB in your GoFlex is a typical 7200 RPM SATA HDD, and thus prone to dropping frames on multi-cam. Since multi-cam plays multipl
Prores in OSX 10.7
by matt johnson 7 years ago
I just got a new macbook pro running OSX 10.7 and I installed the Adobe Production Premium 5.5, and I'm trying to get a number of codecs installed, but there doesn't seem to be anywhere to install the
Re: Prores in OSX 10.7
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Here they are: http: support.apple.com kb DL1396 ...but the installer won't let you install them unless it sees FCPX, Motion 5, or Compressor 4 installed. You could try it with Pacifist though. Best,
record applications on screen 10.7.4
by gary Jarvis 7 years ago
So, I treated myself to a brand spanking new Macbook Pro Yeahhh, I picked up the 15" 2.3Ghz and suped it up with 16gigs of Ram and a 750gig 7200rpm HD and this baby flies, especially taking into consi
Re: record applications on screen 10.7.4
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Telestream ScreenFlow. Not sure how it will do with the HiDPI Retina stuff, but it is very good screen recording software. Best, Andy
Archive Assistance
by Tom Nelson 7 years ago
I think I've got most of my issues resolved except for the ones that are Avid-related. Hence, I'm also posting this in the Avid forum. I recently posted a query about a searchable database for Access,
Re: Archive Assistance
by Andrew Richards 7 years ago
Unfortunately, if you have to work with what you've got, you're going to remain stuck with a series of workarounds. StorageDNA has an integrated solution for what you want to do called Evolution, but
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