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Craig Shamwell

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December 6th 2011
43 Posts
Re: Don't Fight the Magnetic Timeline!
by Ronny Courtens 5 years ago
Great article, Charlie. Funny indeed how we always want to fight new workflows just because they are different than what we always have been doing. Guess that's human nature. - Ronny
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@Al Bergstein
by Charlie Austin 5 years ago
HI Al, It's actually not "oddball" in practice but yeah, it *is* different. As I said in the article, I work in a variety of NLE's on a daily basis. I miss more features from X when I'm in other NLE's
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Re: Don't Fight the Magnetic Timeline!
by Javier Puga 5 years ago
I'm surprised the magnetic timeline is still such a big deal for people. If you're trying to use the FCPX timeline like a different NLE then why not just use a different NLE All the workarounds seem s
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Robin S. Kurz liked this 4 years ago
@Mateus Ribeiro
by Bob Carroll 5 years ago
Mateus, I have extensively used FCP7, Media Composer, and Premiere very extensively. Moving to FCPX did require an adjustment period. But now that I understand the way it works, I realize that it actu
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@Mateus Ribeiro
by Charlie Austin 5 years ago
You don't really lose any freedom, in many ways you have more of it than with tracks. Tracks were "invented" because that was the only way to organize different types of media. (I think we should call
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Robin S. Kurz liked this 4 years ago
Re: FCP X and Premiere Pro CS
by Charlie Austin 6 years ago
Aindreas Gallagher "no. that's kind of completely wrong actually. to make this as simple as possible. you cannot, as per my example, even FCP7 style drag and drop an item onto the second level, cutti
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Re: FCP X and Premiere Pro CS
by Bret Williams 6 years ago
Don't put the music in a compound. Put it in a secondary and connect it wherever is most appropriate. Which is actually an advantage over a track based system. Suppose you're working on a video and th
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Re: FCP X and Premiere Pro CS
by Chris Harlan 6 years ago
EDIT: I've read further and I understand a bit more about what you are saying. I agree with Chris that what you define as conundrums, I just think of as editing. These are basically questions I would
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Re: FCP X and Premiere Pro CS
by Bret Williams 6 years ago
And how would you transition from a clip on track 3 to a clip on track 2 in legacy It functions exactly the same. Add a dissolve to the clip on "track" 3 and it fades to the clip below. In fact, in X,
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