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Ann Baldwin

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August 2nd 2011
22 Posts
Edit suggestion of boring static interview with no B cut source available
by Anhtu Vu 6 years ago
I need some clever suggestions for editing a boring static interview where the subject is sitting facing one cam. I need to cut a 2 min video out of the 15 min interview and i have no B roll sources a
Re: Edit suggestion of boring static interview with no B cut source available
by John Pale 6 years ago
"You could try using stock footage, if it is relevant." You mean like this http: youtu.be v2mLAajm7ZY
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Ann Baldwin liked this 6 years ago
News: Blackmagic Design Announces Blackmagic Production Camera 4K is now Shipping with a New Low Price!
by Cow News Droid 6 years ago
(Fremont, California--February 10, 2014) Blackmagic Design today announced the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K is now shipping and with a new low price of US$2,995. This new low price will be availabl
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Ann Baldwin liked this 6 years ago
time remap beyond 1000%?
by Kent Beeson 7 years ago
Using PP CS6, how can I time remap up to past 1000% faster When I drag the bar between the two time key frames, it only allows me to go to 1000% but I might need it to go to 8 or 9000% thanks K
Re: time remap beyond 1000%?
by Ivan Myles 7 years ago
The following functions can be used to change speed: Interpret Footage (works on an entire file), Speed Duration (works on a clip), and Time Remapping (works on a portion of a clip). If one function d
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Ann Baldwin liked this 7 years ago
Voiceover capture Premiere CC
by Alex Wood 7 years ago
I'm having trouble recording voiceover to one particular sequence. I'm able to record voiceover successfully to a brand new sequence, so I know that the microphone, the audio hardware settings, and my
Re: Voiceover capture Premiere CC
by Alex Wood 7 years ago
I figured it out. I had inadvertently placed in and out points on another part of the timeline. It won't capture audio to parts of the timeline that are outside of the in and out points. Be warned!
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Ann Baldwin liked this 7 years ago
What does Adobe Bridge do for me in regards to a video post workflow?
by Don Walker 7 years ago
I've been editing for 27 years, in the last two years I moved from FCP 7 to X. I am learning PP CC, because a potential client has an all PC shop that uses Adobe exclusively. I must confess, I really
Re: What does Adobe Bridge do for me in regards to a video post workflow?
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
In agree with Ron. I find Bridge perfect for pre-sorting my clips. i use the rating and labeling features to designate which clips I'm most likely to use (for me that's the green label). I change thos
Newbie DSLR Video Question, Bad quality when moving
by Brett Samuel 7 years ago
Hi, I'm new to DSLR (duuh first post) video but not to photography or video in general. I"m battling to understand why my DSLR video looks so bad. When the camera stationary things are fine but the mo
Re: Newbie DSLR Video Question, Bad quality when moving
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
I experienced a similar problem when I first started using a video tripod. It turned out that it was due to a less than fluid pan mechanism in the tripod itself. After lots of practice I am now able t
Can adobe premiere cc open cs 5.5 and 6.0 projects
by John Frey 7 years ago
Can adobe premiere cc open cs 5.5 and 6.0 projects John D. Frey 25 Year owner operator of two California-based production studios. Digital West Video Productions of San Luis Obispo and Inland Images o
Re: Can adobe premiere cc open cs 5.5 and 6.0 projects
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
Thanks" That's reassuring! Ann Baldwin http: annbaldwin.zenfolio.com 'Art Changes Lives'
Best way to export for Vimeo on Premiere/Media Encoder?
by Eric Ewing 7 years ago
With all of the options that are given when exporting video, I find it hard choosing the right one.. Would anyone mind giving me any insight on how they export their media from Premiere Media Encoder
Re: Best way to export for Vimeo on Premiere/Media Encoder?
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
Your video looks just fine to me, though the Magic Bullet Looks preset tends to give a softer appearance overall. Ann Baldwin http: annbaldwin.zenfolio.com 'Art Changes Lives'
AVCHD - Use .MTS files only?
by Max Frank 7 years ago
Hi there, I've been doing some experimenting with AVCHD files from a C100. As most you already know, there is a TON of meta data and all sorts of folders and whatnot. But all I care about is the foota
Re: AVCHD - Use .MTS files only?
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
Well, that's interesting info. I use both a GH2 and GH3 and have never imported anything other than the .MTS files. I too had no idea what the rest of the stuff was for and have never had any problems
We shot a (real) short film with the Panasonic GH3. Here is the result :)
by Tim Manders 7 years ago
For the last 6 weeks I have been working on this short film and now it is finished. We shot the film over 2.5 days. The camera used is the GH3. Of course I would like to get feedback and hear what you
Re: We shot a (real) short film with the Panasonic GH3. Here is the result :)
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
As an owner of a GH3 myself, I really enjoyed seeing what this camera can do in a narrative situation. No fancy tricks, just solid, technically pleasing film. Exposure seems very good, especially in t
delivery formats/export settings
by Jonnie Lewis 7 years ago
I've got myself a little confused while considering delivery formats for clients, so hopefully someone can clear this up for me. I'm on a Mac, using Premiere Pro CS6. I regularly use the H.264 format
Re: delivery formats/export settings
by Ann Baldwin 7 years ago
I regularly export.mp4files(with H.264) from Premiere Pro CS6 to upload to Vimeo or YouTube. I'm on Windows 8 on a PC. No one has ever had a problem viewing my footage on either Mac, PC, or mobile dev
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