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Ernest Ratliff

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January 12th 2011
39 Posts
Conforming with Premiere subclips
by Ernest Ratliff 5 years ago
I've been given a project, made in Premiere CS6 that has quite a few subclips (it was a lengthy factory process that had to be filmed in one shot and then broken down in edit). I've got copies of the
Prayers answered: Davinci 11
by Laco Gaal 5 years ago
http: www.blackmagicdesign.com products davinciresolve compare
Re: Prayers answered: Davinci 11
by Ernest Ratliff 5 years ago
If they are turning this into a NLE, maybe they could add support for P2 MXF in AVC-Intra flavor. I'd love to be able to natively edit and grade them all in one application without messy transcoding f
Where is Adobe Media Encoder CC & Encore CC?
by Chris Borjis 6 years ago
Not seeing them as available for download.
Re: Where is Adobe Media Encoder CC & Encore CC?
by Ernest Ratliff 6 years ago
From the Adobe FAQ: Encore CS6 is supported on Microsoft Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 (64 bit) and Mac OS X v10.6.8 or v10.7. Please note that Encore CS6 support for future operating system updates o
Any early thoughts on Premiere running on the new MAC PRO?
by Jeff Breuer 6 years ago
With no Nvidia, thus no Mercury, does anybody see this as something to be concerned about Are they just looking out for FCPX users and not necessarily Adobe users
Re: Any early thoughts on Premiere running on the new MAC PRO?
by Ernest Ratliff 6 years ago
Not impressed. I have to get an external expansion chassis for my video capture card, my CUDA card, and for my SAS card And I'm going to either have to hope that my capture card and SAS card work over
Zooming the sequence
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Just upgraded to CS6, is there any way to get the zoom slider back on the sequence The keyboard commands don't have enough granularity for me.
Re: Zooming the sequence
by Ernest Ratliff 6 years ago
Chris Tompkins "I can't get this to work on the mac... Chris" Oddly enough, it's working on my Mac.
3 way too responsive
by Matt Harris 7 years ago
I always hated how sensitive the 3 way color wheels were with a muse in resolve when grading prores files. I just downloaded a raw file from the new BMD camera and it is way better. Is there any way t
Re: 3 way too responsive
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
That seems like a pretty big movement to me, you should see a rather pronounced color cast on any footage if you move it that far towards one color. I just replicated the same values from your picture
No support for Cinema DNG in CS6?
by Shawn Miller 7 years ago
I just downloaded a few test image sequences from the Blackmagic Cinema Camera link . I opened them in After Effects and was thrilled to find the experience very much like woking with .R3D files (RAW
Re: No support for Cinema DNG in CS6?
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
It really is something they need to address, since one of the big selling points of Premiere is it's ability to ingest any format natively.
Monitor out via HDMI
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
I need to go from Resolve 9 to the HDMI out of a Decklink Extreme 3 connected to a consumer LCD TV so the client can watch without peeping over my shoulder, but for the life of me I can't get it to wo
Re: Monitor out via HDMI
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Thanks for the response, I figured it out, I accidentally switched the input and output HDMI cables on the card itself when I installed the bracket, feeling a bit dumb now, but all is good.
DaVinci Resolve 9 Released
by Peter Chamberlain 7 years ago
We are pleased to announce the release of DaVinci Resolve v9 public beta. This includes Mac, Windows and Linux builds as well as Mac Lite and Windows Lite. With more than 90 new features and a complet
Re: DaVinci Resolve 9 Released
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Good to know, thank you, I was just going off what they had listed under minimum system requirements in the read me link on the download page.
Actual Benchmarks on GTX 680's in Resolve?
by Jeremiah Belt 7 years ago
About to finally pull the trigger and build a new Windows workstation for Resolve. Before I go scrape the Internet of it's leftover new GTX 580's with 3GBs of RAM, I would like to see if anyone has so
Re: Actual Benchmarks on GTX 680's in Resolve?
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Speaking of benchmarks does anyone have any idea where a GTX 570 would slot in
Power draw
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Can anyone tell me approximately how much power a DeckLink Studio 2 draws at load
Happy with 6.0, not so happy with the Mac Version
by Jim Wiseman 7 years ago
I'm going to come right out and say it. If you want the HUGE number of people who want to migrate from FCP 7 to Premiere 6.0, you better get feature parity on the Mac. I don't care about your Flash fe
Re: Happy with 6.0, not so happy with the Mac Version
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
Support for 5870s would be the bees knees.
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Issue with stills
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
I'm working on a small project composed primarily of stills. I need the stills to be 120 frames long, I've gone to preferences and changed the still image default duration to 120 frames, but all my st
Re: Issue with stills
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
That is what's weird is I did change it before I Imported them, and the duration it was giving me wasn't the default duration, or the new one, but one I'd never used before. I finally just scrapped th
Resolve Feature Requests (The "Too-Late-for-NAB" edition)
by Mel Matsuoka 7 years ago
For whatever it's worth, here's a list of feature-requests gripes about Resolve8 that I've been keeping a log of for the past year. I'm hoping some of these things will find their way into the next ma
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Nichole Kizer liked this 7 years ago
Re: Resolve Feature Requests (The "Too-Late-for-NAB" edition)
by Ernest Ratliff 7 years ago
All I want is AVC-Intra support.
Is this typical performance
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
FIrst, the specs. I am running a 12 core 2.93 GHz mac pro with 16GB ram, and the 5870 GPU, my project file is a 1 minute 15 second 237 MB ProRes 422 video at 720x480 and 29.97 fps stored on my media d
Re: Is this typical performance
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
I was using space bar and not a RAM preview, that did make it better. My settings were close to what Adobe recommends, I've tweaked them a bit based on what you linked, thanks. I know I need more RAM,
Resolve 8.0.1 and Resolve Lite available now
by Rohit Gupta 8 years ago
Both Resolve 8.0.1 and Resolve Lite are now available for download from the Blackmagic website in the support section: http: www.blackmagic-design.com support It includes: 3-way color wheels Mac OS X
Re: Resolve 8.0.1 and Resolve Lite available now
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
Downloaded and installed resolve lite, but as soon as I try to make a new project the program crashes.
Changing resolution?
by Oliver Tosh 8 years ago
I have been looking through the FCPX manual and don't see how to change to resolutions other than what is provided in the project properties window. I am trying to work on a video that is 1024x768. Ho
Re: Changing resolution?
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
http: en.wikipedia.org wiki XGA#XGA_.281024.C3.97768.29 This covers pretty much all the computer display resolutions. I've run into at least 6 of them on various business laptops when working with cor
Warning: Final Cut Pro X: "Open in Timeline" edits cause permanent change to source media
by John Davidson 8 years ago
Holy crap man - from the Apple support forums: Final Cut Pro X: "Open in Timeline" edits cause permanent change to source media Symptoms Editing a clip after using the "Open in Timeline" command in th
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Andre Trinidad liked this 7 years ago
Re: Warning: Final Cut Pro X: "Open in Timeline" edits cause permanent change to source media
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
That seems like quite the large bug to have missed in testing.
Portent of things to come - huge downloads
by Craig Seeman 8 years ago
Apple announced at WWDC that Lion will be $29.99, apparently Mac App Store only purchase and a 4GB download. So it may well be that FCPX is going to be a huge Mac App Store only download. If so, I pit
Re: Portent of things to come - huge downloads
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
My problem isn't the size of the download, but that I work at a large corporation who purchase everything, including software, from approved distributers on a net 60 basis. Getting finance to set up a
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
Quad Core iMacs. Now with jumbo frames
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
According to the iFixit teardown, the NIC is a Broadcom BCM57765B0KMLG, which supports jumbo frames. This corrects one of the biggest letdowns in the previous model.
How much money is FInal Cut Pro X really going to cost?
by Alexander Higgins 8 years ago
Hey so it looks like FCP studio is dead and only Final Cut Pro X will live on. Heres the low down for me... DVD Studio Pro -- Replace By Encore DVD. It seems very very buggy especially for Blu-Ray. Co
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Scott Sheriff liked this 8 years ago
Re: How much money is FInal Cut Pro X really going to cost?
by Mark Suszko 8 years ago
Sohrab, you've been almost hysterically negative since the preview night. I was very glad and grateful for your live blogging of the reveal, but troubled by the editorializing without a factual basis.
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Ernest Ratliff liked this 8 years ago
Quite nice article summing up whats new in FCP X - looks good to me
by Ben Edwards 8 years ago
Now the dust has started to settle I feel quite positive. The basic interface has been kept and lots of things look like they have been fixed (i.e. brought into the 21st century all be it 10 years lat
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Jason Jenkins liked this 8 years ago
Re: Quite nice article summing up whats new in FCP X - looks good to me
by Ernest Ratliff 8 years ago
My only concern now is if I can still input from tape.
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