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Bob Kiger

Father of two great kids, the word "videography" and "downhill bicycle touring"
Member Since:
August 30th 2005
87 Posts
Location:
Oceanside, CA USA
Opening PM5 files
by Bob Kiger 8 years ago
I remember when InDesign launched boasting that it would support PageMaker files. Now I try to open them with InDesign or any program in CS5 Master Collection and getta-lotta-nada. Can anyone provide
Re: Opening PM5 files
by Bob Kiger 8 years ago
I am pleased to announce that after 7 go rounds via telephone support Adobe tech support "hero" ... Anjaneai Srivastava, in Delhi found by much research an unlock code for my existing Pagemaker 6.5 pr
Mechanize batch jpeg imports
by Bob Kiger 8 years ago
I got like a thousand jpeg stills shot with GoPro camera at 2592 x 1944 pixels each. Would like to convert them to 1920x1080 for standard HD and control how many frames of each still get transferred o
Re: Mechanize batch jpeg imports
by Bob Kiger 8 years ago
Excellent printed tutorial on Premiere Pro side of the work-flow. Now all that is necessary, for this old-mind, is comparable printed tutorial on the resizing of GoPro in this instance still photos in
EZ install CS5 Master Collection Notebook Win 7 Pro
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
We have the CS5 disks in hand and the notebook . . . Our concern B4 attempting install is with the problems we have seen on Adobe Forums with failed installs of CS5 particularly on machines that have
Re: EZ install CS5 Master Collection Notebook Win 7 Pro
by Todd Perchert 9 years ago
Deactivate and Uninstall ALL old programs that are on the CS5 disks you will be installing - reboot. Then I like to run CCleaner to clean up a little, including the registry cleanup. Then run the Clea
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CS5 on a laptop. Would this work?
by Kurt Schuette 9 years ago
Hello, Everybody. I am getting a new laptop computer, and I wanted to check if Production Premium CS5 would be compatible with the specs. I think it would be for the most part, but my only concern was
Re: CS5 on a laptop. Would this work?
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
I am not a coder it's plain to see. Just after I wrote the last post I contacted our lead programmer in Florence, Italy and he chatted me on how to adjust the embed resolution at Youtube. 4:31:02 PM E
Notebooks - CS5 - thermal issues
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
We picked up our ASUS quad core notebook from repair yesterday. The fan needed refurbishing. The tech who runs the place is a heavy duty gamer who also just put CS5 on a custom tower he built that is
Re: Notebooks - CS5 - thermal issues
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
At Videography Lab we are using a combination of inductive and deductive approaches to deal with thermal issues. We don't have to test every high powered notebook to know that there is a functional pr
First notebook optimized for CS5?
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
Please correct me if I am wrong but our persistent web searching indicates that as of May 21, 2010 there is only one notebook computer that meets all the specifications of Adobe and Nvidia to optimize
Re: First notebook optimized for CS5?
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
We can see that though the notebooks have not been designed for optimal usage they still can run CS5. I will wait for real world reports on whether notebook CS5 can playback a 3 channel HD timeline. I
Premiere Pro CS5 project files bloating
by Nat Wilson 9 years ago
Has anyone had the same problem that we're experiencing - we have Production Premium CS5 installed on a machine with Win 7 Pro x64. We have three separate edits all of which are experiencing bloating
Re: Premiere Pro CS5 project files bloating
by Bob Kiger 9 years ago
I'm assuming that the projects your working on are not yet finished. Have you rendered your timeline for some reason With the new CS5 performance specs, it seems like the older ideas of rendering regu
Quad Core and Premiere Pro
by Bob Kiger 10 years ago
At Videography Lab we were beta testers on the CS2 package and managed to cut a feature length film and DVD of same during the test. That would be "Cruiser Bob's Tour da'Maui". All this was done with
Re: Quad Core and Premiere Pro
by Mike Prindle 10 years ago
Bob, I found this in the CS4 guide (likely most veteran users already know this). This suggests that more cores and more memory helps: "Optimize rendering for available memory By default, Adobe Premie
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Shooting Tall video
by Bob Kiger 11 years ago
Suppose I want to shoot a vertical movie and than imbed a player on my website so viewers would watch this vertical movie as shot. In effect a Tall video. Where could I find such a vertical online pla
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Re: Shooting Tall video
by Brett Mertens 11 years ago
I think an embedded flash player would be the best way to accomplish your goal. Flash currently has the largest install base of any video player and works pretty much the same way in any browser. Foun
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need help with XMP RSS ATOM etc.
by Bob Kiger 12 years ago
In 1972 I coined the word "videography". I have been writing and researching it's root definition ever since . . . especially the individuals connection to life (as it is) in "the Age of Videography".
Compiling an HD slide show to music
by Bob Kiger 12 years ago
I am engaged in a project that will eventually require HD (1920x1080) projection for the stage. Today I don't need to project it, I just need to edit compile the content, which will be jpeg stills. I
Re: Compiling an HD slide show to music
by John David Hutton 12 years ago
Premiere and vegas are probably your cheap options. There may be something cheaper. Hell powerpoint may be something you want to look at - I'm not familiar with power point but I assume it will accept
Type following path
by Bob Kiger 13 years ago
I have been trying to get the "rainbow" effect of having the type follow a slightly curved path, but the Type Type on Path feature is grayed out. Can't seem to get it to activate. Any prerequisites fo
Re: Type following path
by Bob Kiger 13 years ago
That the first thing that I did. I tried every pointer tool. Even tried reducing to paths and then grouping. Never got the "Type following path" to light up on the pull down menu. Finally did a work a
Drawing an equilateral triangle with Illustrator CS2
by Bob Kiger 14 years ago
I know it sounds like a snap, but I have had no luck getting an equilateral triangle where the path is closed. I want to fill with white and it will not Join paths. Any pointers out there Bob Kiger au
Re: Drawing an equilateral triangle with Illustrator CS2
by Bob Kiger 14 years ago
Happy New Years to Eastern Europe & all! I've been following Adobe for many years and asked the equilateral question because I feel that it would be a good way to get into the workflow of the enormous
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