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Anthony Atkielski

Member Since:
May 2nd 2011
47 Posts
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PARIS ILE-DE-FRANCE
Safe zones and other limits
by Anthony Atkielski 1 month ago
In this day and age, is it really relevant to worry about safe zones on the screen or avoid using the first or last of 256 levels for pixels Since the demise of CRTs, I haven't sen any flat-panel disp
What's it called when an edit rolls back the clock?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Is there are specific term in editing to refer to cuts that show the same event multiple times, even though it occurs only once in the story For example, a shot of a car exploding from one angle, foll
Re: What's it called when an edit rolls back the clock?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Sounds like repeat cut is the term, as David says; at least I found more references to that than double cut or shutter cut. I would agree that it can be misused, as some here have implied. But I guess
Moving audio event limits back into alignment with video
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I have been using ' ' to insert crossfades of audio across simple cuts in video, and it works great. But sometimes I want to move events around, and it would be really convenient if there were a keybo
Quick indicator that Media FX have been applied?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Short of opening the Media FX dialog to see what effects have been applied to a media file, is there any way to quickly see that there are already effects applied Something like the small icon on a vi
Re: Quick indicator that Media FX have been applied?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Thanks!
Talking heads with zillions of cuts
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Why are there so many videos around these days that show a person talking to the camera with cuts every second or so I thought it was bad to cut to an identical shot. The cuts are often between senten
Re: Talking heads with zillions of cuts
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I think this is the video that inspired me to ask the question: http: www.youtube.com watch v=ypQEvoDqyRQ It's not an exceptional example, just fairly typical of the breed. There are frequent cuts tha
Is there a vf file for the default project when Vegas opens?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I have saved a standard project called Standard.vf that has the project settings and various media files that I use for just about every project. I open it and then modify it and save it under a diffe
Re: Is there a vf file for the default project when Vegas opens?
by Mike Kujbida 8 years ago
I use Vegas Pro but, as I recall, Movie Studio opens with a preset number of labeled video and audio tracks. You can do what you did with your "Standard.vf" project, modify the default project as desi
Driver issue when trying to use CUDA with Vegas
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I'm posting here on the off chance that someone else has seen this problem. I've been using the 182.50 driver for my nVidia GTX 260 card for years, because anything later than that has a strange probl
Re: Driver issue when trying to use CUDA with Vegas
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Well, I found the fix. There are some pages on the Web that talk about a "DevicesConnected" registry parameter for the nVidia drivers. I added this parameter after installing the 296.10 driver, and it
Establishing a link between two shots separated in time
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I am editing a small video that is a tour of a neighborhood, showing different streets, buildings, etc. in a semi-organized way (insofar as the twisty layout of the streets allows). Early in the video
Re: Establishing a link between two shots separated in time
by Alex Elkins 8 years ago
Are there any landmarks or distinct colours that can be seen from both angles to identify the link. A road sign maybe, or a striking looking building Just something that suggests that we're in the sam
What did I do wrong in this sequence?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
In a video I made I have a short sequence of about 30 seconds that is especially bothering me, which you can see here (it starts at 13:12): The sequence shows some traffic starting and stopping at a t
Re: What did I do wrong in this sequence?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Thanks for the tips. Concerning the wipe on the car: Since I don't have a lot of control over who walks in front of my camera in these videos, I often have shots interrupted by a car or person crossin
What excactly is an act?
by Jon Fidler 8 years ago
Hey I have never really gone into this question properly and it still confuses me to this day. Ive been working for a while as an editor on a number of unpaid projects and want to go into producing an
Re: What excactly is an act?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Reading this reminds me of Quinn Martin Productions, which always seemed to have titles saying "Act II," "Act III," and so on after each commercial break in a series episode. I always wondered if that
Will Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum HD 11 smart-render in this case?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
If the input media files are from my Sony Handycam, which produces AVCHD clips, and I render to the "Blu-ray 1920x1080-50i, 25 Mbps video stream" template (which matches the frame size and rate of the
Re: Will Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum HD 11 smart-render in this case?
by John Rofrano 8 years ago
Anthony Atkielski "I've read that smart-rendering to the AVCHD format is not possible, but can you smart-render from AVCHD and to the template above "There is no smart rendering either to or from AVC
Bad sound at the Oscars?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I've heard a lot of people saying that the sound for the Oscars broadcast this year was terrible. I don't watch the Oscars myself, but I'm curious as to whether any audio pros out there saw the broadc
Re: Bad sound at the Oscars?
by Jean-Christophe Boulay 8 years ago
At least it made for some funny stuff on Twitter: http: www.wired.com underwire 2012 02 oscars-audio-guy https: twitter.com #! OscarsAudioGuy JC Boulay Technical Director Audio Z Montreal, Canada www.
How do I stay "fresh" when reviewing edits?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
I'm having a problem in my editing in remaining objective and "fresh" when reviewing my edits. In other words, after looking at the same sequence over and over and over, it becomes difficult for me to
Re: How do I stay "fresh" when reviewing edits?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Thank you for all the suggestions and the pointer to the other thread. I'm relieved to see that real editors apparently have the same difficulty remaining "fresh" as I do. I'll try to use some of thes
Anyone seeing repeated frames in rendered video?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Lately I've noticed occasional repeated frames in some video events after rendering. The repeated frames aren't there in the source material. The frame following the repeated frame is the correct one,
Re: Anyone seeing repeated frames in rendered video?
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
Quantize to Frames is turned on. I think something was broken in going from Platinum HD 10.0 to 11.0. The previous video didn't have any problems like this (that I noticed), and it was edited with 10.
Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 11 HD build 283 available
by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago
While fixing another problem, I noticed that build 283 has just appeared on Sony's download server, if anyone is interested (I didn't see any other post about it).
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