HDR video graded with FCPX and YouTube by James Duke 11 months ago Has anyone successfully placed an HDR video graded with FCPX on YouTube If yes, what is your workflow after you export video from FCPX James Duke email@example.com
Re: HDR video graded with FCPX and YouTube by Devin Crane 11 months ago I did not compress the video first but uploaded the ProRes LT file directly to YouTube. Took about an hour for a 28:30. The PQ footage looked good on my iPhone x but the SDR was pretty low on my compu
Murch and NLEs from IBC by Oliver Peters 4 years ago http: www.fcp.co final-cut-pro articles 1734-walter-murch-talks-final-cut-pro-x-avid-and-premiere-pro - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com
Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC by Devin Crane 4 years ago Maybe the tide has turned, however FCPX is a well capable editor and is hear to stay. It truly works wonderfully for our production and don't every seeing us pay per month for an edit suite.
Slightly OT: New iPhone supports H.265 by Devin Crane 5 years ago http: appleinsider.com articles 14 09 12 apples-iphone-6-iphone-6-plus-use-h265-codec-for-facetime-over-cellular Should be a snowball effect after this. Wonder when H.265 support will be added to FCPX
Re: Slightly OT: New iPhone supports H.265 by Devin Crane 5 years ago Rick Lang "As for H.265 encoding, with the release of iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 (with 150Mbps LTE), I suspect Apple will implement H.265 in FCP X and Yosemite this year if the codec is final. I haven't
FCP X and the Tour de France by Ronny Courtens 5 years ago An interesting read on FCP X workflows and performance: http: www.fcp.co final-cut-pro articles 1480-editing-the-tour-de-france-on-final-cut-pro-x - Ronny
Re: FCP X and the Tour de France by Devin Crane 5 years ago Gary Huff "I really don't think there's any disagreement about this aspect. I think it now boils down to whether or not you want tracks." Or want to pay a subscription and rely on the cloud.
Now that 10.1.3 Is out by Jordan Mena 5 years ago What new features do you think we should expect with the next version Probably releasing with or soon after Yosemite. Jordan Mena Editor Colorist Producer Los Angeles, CA jordanmena.com
Premiere Pro CC versus FCP X by Oliver Peters 5 years ago I've noticed that some here have made a transition from FCP "legacy" to Premiere Pro and now to FCP X. Many first shifted to Premiere Pro out of the reaction to FCP X's early stages. Out of curiosity,
Re: Premiere Pro CC versus FCP X by Devin Crane 5 years ago Walter Soyka "I wasn't attempting to answer Oliver's question. I was responding quite narrowly to Devin and David, clarifying that with the latest release of CC 2014, the rigging publishing workflow
Issues with Mavericks by Devin Crane 5 years ago We just updated our Mac Pro file server to Mavericks and are getting poor read speeds over AFP. Went from 110mb s to 20mb s. Write speed is fine and the internal read and write speeds are fine. Tested
Re: Issues with Mavericks by Devin Crane 5 years ago Are your RAID's Journaled That's the only thing I could think possibly could be the issue, since this is happening with 2 possibly 3 of our MP's.
Live Logging Software by Devin Crane 5 years ago So far I've seen a couple of iOS apps that do live logging with XML export but was wondering if there is anything that does this live on a Mac Computer CatDV has something but not looking to spend $$$
Changing the duration of a Title Template by Devin Crane 6 years ago I have a lower-third that I built in Motion with the text and background building in at the beginning but when I go to change the duration, the build in speeds up. How do I keep this from happening
Re: Changing the duration of a Title Template by Andy Neil 6 years ago There are markers you can place in your motion project which can be edited (by right-clicking). If you set them to Build IN OUT mandatory, you can force FCPX to always play those particular frames reg
Adobe CC to be released June 17th by Angelo Lorenzo 6 years ago According to the official PPro Twitter. Adobe also announcing that PPro is #1 in editorial market share. -------------------- Angelo Lorenzo Need to encode ProRes on your Windows PC Introducing ProRes
FCPX and time code by Herb Sevush 7 years ago Just curious, can FCPX manipulate time code the same way FCP Legacy can - can you change a clip's code, the drop frame vs non-drop flag, and enter values for AUX time code for clips that will permanen
Re: FCPX and time code by Mathieu Ghekiere 7 years ago No there isn't (to my knowledge), and I've sent Apple Feedback a couple of times about this. I advise you to do the same, so they know I'm not the only one asking for better timecode support ;-) What
Suggestions for iSCSI storage by Devin Crane 7 years ago Not 100% sure what configuration I'm looking for at this time but just wanted to see what's out there as far as iSCSI Raids go. So far I've been looking at some of the Sans Digital drives.
Re: Suggestions for iSCSI storage by Bob Zelin 7 years ago you want iSCSI - no problem baby. You can use anything now. Meaning your Mac Pro and some storage array (who cares whose drive array it is). Run the absolutely amazing Studio Network Solutions Globals
Xsan without a Fiber Switch? by Devin Crane 7 years ago I was looking at the Promise VTrak x30 Series which has a Quad 8GB controller and was wondering if I could hook up 3 Workstations to it plus 1 Metadata controller and make it work Of course we would h
Re: Xsan without a Fiber Switch? by Andrew Richards 7 years ago It will work. All Xsan (StorNext) needs to function is for the clients to have a FC connection to the LUNs and the Ethernet-based metadata network for the portmapper daemon to coordinate access. Now,
IMX 50 codec/ CBR by Maurice paramore 8 years ago Hello everyone, I edited a music video and to broadcast they need the format to be (IMX 50 codec) with a constant Bit Rate (CBR). I know how to to get the Imx format but dont know how to make the bit
LTO-5 Tape deck squeal? by Devin Crane 8 years ago Just bought an HP Storageworks 3000 HH deck and have noticed during a restore that the machine is making a high pitch squeal from time to time, not constant. Is this common This is the first time work
Re: LTO-5 Tape deck squeal? by Devin Crane 8 years ago We used the HP tape that came with the deck. The squeal was only intermittent and only happened during layback, which didn't have any issues.
My Little Fantasy by Jason Jenkins 8 years ago AJA comes out with a Kona Cuda Killer Combo with Thunderbolt connectivity. Basically an external Kona card with a built in GPU. I can plug it into my Thunderbolt Macbook Pro and it makes Premiere or F
LTFS and Mac Pro Setup. by Devin Crane 8 years ago We are looking at getting an external HP 3000 LTO-5 and hook it up to one of our Mac Pro's via an ATTO H380 card and archive with LTFS. Just wanted to check and see if anyone has had any experience wi
Baseband video out of FCPX? Ever? by Devin Crane 8 years ago After reading about the Apple meeting in London, that there will be "hooks" for tape ingest and output from FCPX or at least baseband video monitoring through third party products from AJA, Black Magi
Re: Baseband video out of FCPX? Ever? by Devin Crane 8 years ago Bob Zelin "what is your obsession with having to work with FCP X only." Because I actually like it, so shoot me! I don't need XML, EDL, OMF, I work in a studio environment where most of my source foo
Apple Fanboys Anonymous by Juan Morales 8 years ago A 2 hour swan song in favour of the new FCP X: http: www.youtube.com watch v=dTwv6T1FCo8 Desperate times need desperate measures. How much are these guys being paid to do this video Answers below plea
Re: Apple Fanboys Anonymous by Paul Escamilla 8 years ago After about a week of reading, it seems pretty clear. Professional editors in professional environments have declared X dead on arrival. Consumers and prosumers who edit very simple videos like it. So
osx or windows? by José Luis Martínez Díaz 8 years ago Ok, another of these wars... After the FCPX debacle, I'm looking for a switch to Premiere (damn, I'm even considering lightworks and Media100), and need to get a new machine soon for editing and confo
Re: osx or windows? by Devin Crane 8 years ago Coming from a Windows background after moving to Mac OSX I will never go back. It just works right, could not stand all the crashes involved with Windows machines. My PC buddies thought I was crazy us
Larry Jordan comments by Jacob Goodnight 8 years ago Any thoughts on this And are people really installing X beside FCP 7 on same system Any issues with that http: www.larryjordan.biz app_bin wordpress archives 1505
Re: Larry Jordan comments by eric pautsch 8 years ago The guy would be singing a different tune if he actually had deadlines and clients who's work needs to be finished on a piece of software which is suddenly no longer supported or sold. What Apple shou
my heart is sinking reading this by ryan early 8 years ago I am running FCP 6.7 and was planning on leap frogging fcp 7 straight into X and now I am at a loss as to what to do. From what I have read FCPx is not for me, no multicam rules it out straight away.
Re: my heart is sinking reading this by Scott Davis 8 years ago I don't understand by what you mean when you say Apple is not listening. 64 bit, background rendering, cleaner interface, much better media management, compound clips, magnetic timeline (all things I
lifecircle for Xserve Raid HD Modules? by Rainer Wirth 8 years ago Hi folks, how long is a life cycle for the Xraid harddrives At the mooment mine are running around 28000 hours. Has anybody any experience The thing is, that the Pata HDs are not longer available. So
Re: lifecircle for Xserve Raid HD Modules? by Devin Crane 8 years ago I had 3 drives go out within a month of each other after 3 years of constant running, it's really a guessing game. Since then we purchased 2 8 drive raids for a fraction of the cost and have re-popula
Quad Core iMacs. "Mac Pro who?" by walter biscardi 8 years ago With the new quad core iMacs there's almost no reason to use a Mac Pro for Final Cut Pro anymore. We keep saying that the render speeds are always faster on a Mac Pro, but the iMacs are getting very c
Kevin Smith at NAB! by Chris Bové 8 years ago Hi all. There might be an issue with Kevin Smith at NAB -- Need some fast responses from people -- both FC and Avid users: http: community.avid.com blogs avid archive 2011 04 05 give-kevin-smith-a-sta
Re: KONA 3G Dual Capture 1 card? by AJA Sales Department 8 years ago Devin, Yes, you can install two (or more) KONA cards in one Mac Pro. Typically, this functionality is accessed by third party softwares which have a need for the of multiple cards, but it can be used
Thunderbolt & New Macs by Nigel Thompson 8 years ago Hey guys ! recently heard a recent podcast, The Terrence and Philip show, where the guys expressed their opinion that Mac Pros will be dead pretty soon because of the speed gains in processors and the
Re: Thunderbolt & New Macs by Devin Crane 8 years ago I know there's a lot of talk about how you can't add Thunderbolt, however from what I've read on Intel's site and have read from several tech sites is that it's not necessarily out of the question. Fr
18 clip multi camera edit by adam chesbrough 8 years ago I am editing a music video with 18 clips synced to the same music. I matched everything up in pluraleyes and used pluraleyes to create my multi-clip sequence. I am only able to see four of the clips a
Re: 18 clip multi camera edit by Devin Crane 8 years ago Although it would be better and easier to have a larger monitor, you need to click the third oval at the top of the "Viewer" and choose "Multiclip 16-up" either that or change your viewing % to fit to
Thunderbolt is here by Steve Eisen 8 years ago USB, FW 400, FW 800, eSata, now Thunderbolt. Sounds promising but we have to wait for hardware to connect to. Steve Eisen Eisen Video Productions Vice President Chicago Final Cut Pro Users Group
Re: Thunderbolt is here by Devin Crane 8 years ago This might make the Mac Mini worth looking at for sever applications now. Still doesn't fully replace an Xserve but you could get 3-4 Mac Minis into a cluster for the price of 1 Mac Pro.
Best Plan for Local Broadcast by Patrick McNamara 9 years ago I've got a project in which I want to send high quality live video to several separate locations within a 25 mile radius. It doesn't necessarily have to be "broadcast" quality, but I am looking for a
Re: Best Plan for Local Broadcast by Devin Crane 9 years ago If you can get a T1 line at each location you can encode a high resolution H.264 feed around 4-6mb s and have better than DVD quality. Viewcast makes a streaming server box that you might want to chec
Hitachi Broadcast Cameras by Ben Watson 9 years ago Anyone worked with Hitachi broadcast cams How's the image quality and what has been your experience with them I have a company bidding these cameras, but I've never used them, and want to get some rea
Re: Hitachi Broadcast Cameras by Devin Crane 9 years ago "They are good, as are every others also in that price range. " If they are in the same price range as Sony or Ikegami, I would go with Ikegami. Better skin tone reproduction. If your shooting sports