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Douglas Bischoff

Director of Photography, Colorist, Composer, performing Musician
Member Since:
July 17th 2008
12 Posts
Location:
Richmond, VA
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Davinci Resolve 10: crashes when opening a project
by Aseneth Miquiabas 6 years ago
Hi everyone, So' i've just upgraded davinci resolve 9.1.4 to version 10. Ive tried to open my old project file, but it crashes on start up' during loading. Take note that it only happens in one partic
Re: Davinci Resolve 10: crashes when opening a project
by Douglas Bischoff 3 years ago
Don't know if this is still relevant, but I found this thread searching for a solution to my problem. In my case, I'd imported a project from a client into Resolve 12.3.1. The footage all came in fine
Survey Shots, Multiple Same-Location Shots: best practices
by Douglas Bischoff 4 years ago
Hello all! I shot a scene for a shot film which takes place entirely in one room on a Blackmagic 2.5k Cinema Camera. Took survey shots of the room afterwards to help with the matchmove. The scene is c
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Re: Survey Shots, Multiple Same-Location Shots: best practices
by Douglas Bischoff 4 years ago
Brian: Thanks for the thoughts! Yep... it's proving to be a bear. Almost NO tracking features show up in auto-track that are usable, but doing a brute-force "track 'em all manually" approach is gettin
Marantz vs MixPreD vs directly in HPX
by Duane Cabot 6 years ago
Hi, First of all, English is not my first language..so bare with me. I was wondering if I could get better sound than running my mics directly into my camcorder(s). Here is what I use Mics: -Rode NTG3
Re: Marantz vs MixPreD vs directly in HPX
by Douglas Bischoff 6 years ago
Hi again Duane! If you are cool with the post-production side of doing a separate audio workflow then yes: the 661 is probably the best thing in its price range. I would point out that the MixPreD can
"Mastering" Post Production Mixes?
by Chris Conlee 7 years ago
Hello All, Full disclosure, I'm a picture editor by day, but trying to learn Pro Tools for audio post work -- primarily for festival mixes and just to spruce up presentations, etc. In this context, is
Re: "Mastering" Post Production Mixes?
by Douglas Bischoff 7 years ago
I'll echo Peter but add that there are new, very particular guidelines for broadcast, especially for commercial spots (the new US standards imposed by the "CALM Act"). A good metering plugin (I use iZ
Composer for Film, Video, Games Available
by Douglas Bischoff 11 years ago
Greetings: I am available to take on a new project composing original music for your film, video, or game. My music combines traditional orchestral and choral sounds with electronica, and adds acousti
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