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Chris Ingalls

Member Since:
January 13th 2009
15 Posts
Equipment for FCP voiceover narration
by Chris Ingalls 8 years ago
Normally, when I have someone record narration for a Final Cut Pro package, I either use a small H2 audio recorder and then plug the recorder into the computer and upload the audio file into Final Cut
Re: Equipment for FCP voiceover narration
by Michael Gissing 8 years ago
Personally, I would continue using the H2.Firstly it is so simple and portable. Secondly it is designed to have a mic you already own plugged in. FCP's VO tool is pretty awful and if you want to use a
FW800 hub
by Chris Ingalls 8 years ago
I just added a fourth LaCie drive to my Mac, for all my Final Cut projects and their associated elements. Since there's only one FW800 input on the Mac (and I like the convenience of all the drives co
Re: FW800 hub
by Edward Brosens 8 years ago
You could try to prevent drives from going into sleep mode in the Energy Saver preference pane in System Preferences. Or try this software: http: www.macupdate.com app mac 31158 keep-drive-spinning Da
"Live" audio capture with FCP
by Chris Ingalls 9 years ago
I need to know if there's any way that I can capture (through any Final Cut Studio program) audio that is playing directly on my computer. In other words, if there is streaming audio playing on the co
Re: "Live" audio capture with FCP
by Chris Ingalls 9 years ago
Thank you very much! I'll check it out. Chris
fixing a red nose
by Chris Ingalls 10 years ago
I shot an interview a couple of weeks ago and I must have been really rushed because when I got back to look at the video, I noticed that the subject's nose was red (probably from being out in the col
Re: fixing a red nose
by Chris Poisson 10 years ago
That is not too bad, you could just duplicate the layer and put a garbage matte around the nose, and color correct accordingly.
fixing a red nose
by Chris Ingalls 10 years ago
I shot an interview a couple of weeks ago and I must have been really rushed because when I got back to look at the video, I noticed that the subject's nose was red (probably from being out in the col
Re: fixing a red nose
by Joseph W. Bourke 10 years ago
I would bring the clip into After Effects, then create a feathered mask and do a color correction to reduce the red. You could first try out whether this would work by playing with the clip in Premier
Help! Unable to Print to Video
by Chris Ingalls 10 years ago
I know this has been brought up here before, but I'm at my wits end and can't figure out how to solve this problem. I have a mini-DV deck that I use for capturing video, but when I need to Print to Vi
Re: Help! Unable to Print to Video
by Chris Ingalls 10 years ago
I changed a couple of the settings in FCP and it seemed to do the trick: In view external video, I selected "single frame." In AV settings AV devices, I unchecked "mirror on desktop" in playback outpu
changing resolution size in Compressor
by Chris Ingalls 11 years ago
I'm using Compressor 3 and am in the process of creating custom MPEGs for a client that needs very specific file types. They need files in MPEG 2 and MPEG 1, and the MPEG 1 setting requires a resoluti
Re: changing resolution size in Compressor
by Chris Ingalls 11 years ago
Never mind! I think I figured it out. Sorry for the false alarm, I'm still feeling my way around Compressor.
Exporting a sequence to DVD
by Chris Ingalls 11 years ago
Hi there. I'm relatively new to FCP, and I have a relatively simple question. I just want to export a brief (approximately six minutes) FCP sequence to a DVD, to be played in a DVD player. I've tried
Re: Exporting a sequence to DVD
by Chris Ingalls 11 years ago
Thanks! I won't be doing any more editing until tomorrow morning - I'll try it out then. I appreciate the quick response. Chris
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