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Brad Stanger

Member Since:
September 29th 2009
34 Posts
MXF not compatible
by Brad Stanger 1 year ago
I am trying to load some old footage, mxf files, into my symphony. Neither quicktime nor Avid can open load these MXF files created on a much older Avid. Is there anyway to convert these to a format t
Re: MXF not compatible
by Brad Stanger 1 year ago
Hey Shane, Thanks for the quick response. That is how I loaded P2 mxf's in, it is way faster than import. I have tried to put them in Avid MediaFile folder, but they are not recognized so it doesnt ev
UHD Resolutions for Ingest
by Brad Stanger 2 years ago
Working on a series which the client wants to work in Ultra HD. Footage shot H.264 3840 x 2160 150 Mbit s. In a UHD project, what resolution should I ingest to keep as much info quality as possible LB
Re: UHD Resolutions for Ingest
by Glenn Sakatch 2 years ago
Unless you are going full res, which it sounds like you can't...then why bother "Client wants to work in UHD" why Are you pulling a bunch of keys ...then you might want highest res possible. If it is
Avid not exporting QT
by Brad Stanger 3 years ago
I have just recently run into the problem of avid not exporting a QuickTime.mov. Error message reads that QT is installed incorrectly, but am able to play back all files in QuickTime player. Tried to
Re: Avid not exporting QT
by Brad Stanger 3 years ago
I am able to open .mov files and play in QuickTime player. When in Avid it will not allow .mov import, says not supported. It will not AMA link to .mov files but can link to MXF files. If I try to exp
Symphony 6 import of 4:2:2 10 bit
by Brad Stanger 3 years ago
Good eve, I have read a bunch of posts but am still unable to import 4:2:2 10 bit footage from a GH5. I am also unable to playback in QT. Where can I find the codecs for 4:2:2 10 bit uncompressed Down
Re: Symphony 6 import of 4:2:2 10 bit
by Shane Ross 3 years ago
Your version of Avid is too old to import footage from this very new camera and new format. You'll have to use an outside converter to convert it to DNxHD 175x or 220x to maintain the 10 bit depth, or
LKFS Compliance on Symphony
by Brad Stanger 4 years ago
What is the best, and hopefully most cost effective plug-in solution to assure LKFS compliance when exporting for broadcast Thanks, Brad
Re: LKFS Compliance on Symphony
by Brad Stanger 4 years ago
Thanks Shane for your arrogant and misguided response. I will make sure to check your blog for all the latest misinformation.
Final Cut Pro 7
by Brad Stanger 5 years ago
I work on Symphony usually but have a client who wants me to use their suite with FCP 7 Studio 3. Does anyone know where can get a 15 day trial so I can relearn FCP7 so I'm not totally lost. Thanking
Re: Final Cut Pro 7
by jerry wise 5 years ago
You might be able to find tutorials out there. That could help.
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