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Oscar prod & post workflows
by Oliver Peters 11 months ago
Not NLE-specific, but an interesting read. https: blog.frame.io 2018 03 05 oscar-2018-workflows - Oliver Oliver Peters - oliverpeters.com
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Re: Oscar prod & post workflows
by greg janza 10 months ago
yes, great read which seems the norm for the frame.io blog. There's many great articles on their blog. Frame.io is quietly becoming a powerhouse app in the world of post production. Windows 10 Pro i7-
Why one user Switched to FCPX
by Steve Connor 11 months ago
Just saw this on FCP.co and thought I'd beat Bill and post it on here first A genuine, agenda free, video about the benefits of FCPX https: www.youtube.com watch time_continue=390&v=Yiik10ChG9Y "Tradi
Re: Why one user Switched to FCPX
by Michael Gissing 11 months ago
Bill Davis "I m sure it makes you feel more comfortable to hold onto the fantasy that X is just for guys like me." That's not even close. What I say is that editors like you with your needs met by a
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GREAT article in the Frame.io blog about WHY FCP X went “magnetic.”
by Bill Davis 1 year ago
https: blog.frame.io 2017 10 16 fcpx-magnetic-timeline I wish I d EVER been this clear in explaining the foundational construct of X. Creator of XinTwo - http: www.xintwo.com The shortest path to FCP
Re: GREAT article in the Frame.io blog about WHY FCP X went “magnetic.”
by Franz Bieberkopf 1 year ago
Bill, We were talking about your concern for ragging in this thread. For substantial support regarding comments on the article, read the other comments in this thread. Bill Davis "So basically, Shane
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BrickSculpting and Classical Conditioning.
by Bill Davis 2 years ago
Catching up on the threads today I found myself thinking about how I learned to swim decades ago. The pool our family frequented as respite from the summer heat, had a swimming instructor named Joe, w
Re: Classical Conditioning
by Franz Bieberkopf 2 years ago
ON LEARNING Bill Davis "People are complex. ... I suspect it nigh onto impossible to neatly say "learning took place exclusively due to this or that educational modality." Bill, Agreed. This is why it
Brickwork AND Sculpture - is this Adobe's Automated Future Vision?
by Bill Davis 2 years ago
https: www.engadget.com 2017 06 21 ai-film-editor-can-cut-scenes-in-seconds-to-suit-your-style Creator of XinTwo - http: www.xintwo.com The shortest path to FCP X mastery.
Re: Brickwork AND Sculpture - is this Adobe's Automated Future Vision?
by Simon Ubsdell 2 years ago
"It also has no way to judge the quality of the performance, naturalism and emotional beats in take." But apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the
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Dangerous forest or enchanted meadow?
by Simon Ubsdell 2 years ago
It's been fascinating to read all your comments on the bricklaying threads, but one thing has very much stood out for me. From what I have seen, there are editors who approach the timeline with extrem
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Re: Dangerous forest or enchanted meadow?
by Herb Sevush 2 years ago
I think the most important thing an editor can do is become totally familiar with all of their elements. If that means logging, bin sorting, key words and note taking, fine. If it means string outs an
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More Bricklayers and Sculptors from Oliver and Simon
by David Lawrence 2 years ago
Great new post on Oliver's blog, deep diving into Simon's recent Bricklayers and Sculptors thread. Thanks for posting Oliver, and thanks Simon for giving us an in-depth look at how you organize and ed
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Re: More Bricklayers and Sculptors from Oliver and Simon
by Walter Soyka 2 years ago
Tony West "So you just can't imagine somebody looking at this and not agreeing with YOU. They must not be thinking right." Tony, I must have been unclear. I haven't expressed a value judgment on ABE-
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Bricklayers and Sculptors
by Simon Ubsdell 2 years ago
There are two different types of editors: Those who lay one shot after another like a bricklayer builds a wall. And those who discover the shape of their film by sculpting the raw material like a scul
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Re: Bricklayers and Sculptors
by Simon Ubsdell 2 years ago
Chris Harlan " I mostly agree with you, though I do believe there is a continuum be tween the two--at least with what I mostly do." Yes, you're right. I overstated there, I'll accept that. But you're
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A paen to FCPX
by Herb Sevush 2 years ago
http: www.redsharknews.com post item 4287-why-fcpx-10-3-is-the-nle-of-the-future Herb Sevush Zebra Productions --------------------------- nothin ' attached to nothin ' "Deciding the spine is the proc
Re: A paen to FCPX
by Aindreas Gallagher 2 years ago
nope still out like Bieberkopf Herb. Just read that thing It's just mad that Apple are pushing boats out everywhere. They're doing touch bars for function keys and 3D touch paradigms for the phone tha
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Avid VS Premiere VS FCPX VS Edius?
by andy patterson 2 years ago
I know a lot of people have to use 3rd party hardware to capture video. I like to use 3rd party hardware for playback on broadcast compliant equipment more than capturing video. I did some testing wit
Re: Avid VS Premiere VS FCPX VS Edius?
by Oliver Peters 2 years ago
Bill Davis "If you're digitizing higher Rez sources, Terrenex all the way. But a VHS, or even Hi-8 tape Waste of resources. " I have to differ, having just done a bunch of this. The point of the Tera
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Why do Events still exist?
by Oliver Peters 2 years ago
When FCPX started, Events were the basic data container, like bins are in Avid Media Composer. Then Apple unified Events into a Library. Right now Events seem to serve very little function other than
Re: Why do Events still exist?
by Walter Soyka 2 years ago
Gents, I understand how Events are being used in practice, and I understand that assets must have some root object in the system... I'm just surprised to hear some people who have argued so passionate
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AE competitor
by Oliver Peters 3 years ago
Obviously in this forum, Motion would be the answer. But other than Motion, are there any other viable competitors to After Effects I don't mean node-based applications like Fusion. Rather, I mean tra
Re: AE competitor
by Walter Soyka 3 years ago
Since Ae is used for animation, this seems relevant: http: www.toonzpremium.com Toonz, 2D animation software used for Futurama and films including Princess Mononoke, Anastasia, and Balto, is becoming
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Woah. This time it's not me. It's the filmmaking team from Focus...
by Bill Davis 4 years ago
The notable quote... Glenn Ficarra "I could cut at least twice as fast if not three times as fast on Final Cut Pro X as I could on Avid." You can find the comment in-context here: http: www.fcp.co fin
Re: Woah. This time it's not me. It's the filmmaking team from Focus...
by Walter Soyka 4 years ago
Brett Sherman "I don't think the 2-3X faster is really a scientifically derived statistic. And no doubt is exaggerated. The way you might read it, is it "feels 2-3X faster"." This is exactly my point
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Your software is not the best
by Chris Northcross 3 years ago
Read an article that I think is germane to the debate that goes on in this forum. http: blog.render.st guest-post-my-career-with-vfx-software-or-your-software-is-not-the-best Its an article written by
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Re: Your software is not the best
by Oliver Peters 3 years ago
Eric Santiago "always thought that its not the software but the user" You're holding it wrong :) - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com
10.2.3 Update is here
by joe mordecai 3 years ago
Motion + Compressor as well. For the most part, stability bug fix updates. I think we were all secretly hoping for something bigger after six months, but oh well - life goes on!
Re: 10.2.3 Update is here
by Andy Field 3 years ago
Bill..you mean like Apple did with FCP X after everyone was happy working in the earlier version Andy Field FieldVision Productions N. Bethesda, Maryland 20852
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Where is an editing program with Automated Speech Recognition?
by Brett Sherman 3 years ago
When I think about the feature that would really save me a ton of time editing, it's obvious. Automated Speech Recognition. It would quite frankly be revolutionary for my editing process. The thing is
Re: Where is an editing program with Automated Speech Recognition?
by Michael Phillips 3 years ago
As Oliver points out, speech to text relies on some amount of training (although that's getting better) but quality and speed of speech being dictated. If there is a lot of accents, environment noise
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Hate and Love
by Simon Ubsdell 3 years ago
If you're anything like me (and I guess you're probably lucky if you're not), you will be deeply conflicted about the applications that you use. When I'm in After Effects, I wish it could be more like
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Re: Hate and Love
by Walter Soyka 3 years ago
Simon Ubsdell "Walter would know ;-)" "Know" might be a bit strong. But "theorize," absolutely! Simon Ubsdell "I think my hesitation here would be that this is describing the way things are in, for e
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Why is a Link to this Debate Not Listed on the Main Forum Page
by Richert Goyette 5 years ago
I know it is located in the pulldown menu on the home page but: CC Debate is missing omitted hidden on the main forum page: http: forums.creativecow.net It is certainly easy to find the Apple FCP X or
Tim, Kathlyn, Abraham, ...
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
... any answer on this Franz.
Premiere Pro CC and C300 footage with missing Audio (outside the camera)
by Holden Mohring 5 years ago
Hello all, so here's my issue. Working on a Documentary I am syncing camera footage to External Audio with the use of a guide track from the camera. A couple days of footage in and the guide track on
Re: Premiere Pro CC and C300 footage with missing Audio (outside the camera)
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
Holden, This sounds like it could be a file structure issue - it's important the file structure is an exact copy of the original. How are you getting material into PPro Did you change this process in
2.39 or 2:4:1 Aspect Ratio
by Scott O'Hara 5 years ago
Hello, I've been looking in DCP requirements, etc. and I've been told and have read that 2.39 is the norm. I shot a short on the RED Epic at 4K. All my r3d files from the shoot say they're 2:4:1. I'm
Re: 2.39 or 2:4:1 Aspect Ratio
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
Scott, I have little experience with creating DCP myself, but this note comes from the RED site: Note: many say 2.39:1, 2.40:1 ( two-four-oh ) or 2.35:1, but nowadays these typically all refer to the
RED Epic- FCP 7 or Premiere Pro CC?
by Peggy Davis 5 years ago
I've cut a couple of features with FCP 7 and RED. I recently started using Premiere Pro, and what FCP 7 editor hasn't migrated to something else It is my understanding that you don't have to transcode
Re: RED Epic- FCP 7 or Premiere Pro CC?
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
David Battistella " For large projects I think it is always better to transcode and match back later." David, I've been experimenting with some small projects, RED 5K without transcodes. So far I'm i
Red Epic hard drive space
by Michael Pike 5 years ago
Hi I am able to start work on a feature film being shot on the red epic. I was wondering what sort of hard drive space would I need I was think of getting a 1TB transportable hard drive for on set del
Re: Red Epic hard drive space
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
Michael Pike "I was wondering what sort of hard drive space would I need " Hi Michael, You'll need to start by understanding the parameters of the RED format that you'll use (Resolution, Aspect Ratio
External Drives for Red Footage
by Franz Bieberkopf 5 years ago
I'm considering cutting RED native in Premiere Pro CC (Mac). The question is what are the minimum drive requirements for an external drive for reasonable playback. If I do the math for 4K @ 1.9:1 24 f
Basic Resolve Set-Up - iMac? Windows machine?
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
Xeon Tower 2 x 2.4GHz 32G RAM ATI Radeon HD 5770 Red Rocket (driver 1.4.15.0, firmware 1.1.15.4) Media on LaCie 4bigs via eSATA card (also tested via FW800) Cutting media is all ProRes. Orig media var
Re: Basic Resolve Set-Up - iMac? Windows machine?
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
Joseph, Thanks. I am asking because I had the impression that it is slightly finicky with graphics cards - I have a tower with 10.6.8 and a 5770 that it won't read RED media on, and it wasn't running
Display and/or GPU issues
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
Resolve Lite 9.1.1lite.013 10.6.8 (64bit) Xeon Tower 2 x 2.4GHz 32G RAM ATI Radeon HD 5770 Red Rocket (driver 1.4.15.0, firmware 1.1.15.4) Media on LaCie 4bigs via eSATA card (also tested via FW800) F
Re: Display and/or GPU issues
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
Rohit, Thanks for this - much appreciated. Franz.
Warp Stabilizer: PPro vs. AE
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
I have a batch of material to stabilize (different formats) and I was going to set up some projects to do these shots one by one. Is there any inherent advantage to using PPro vs. AE or the other way
Re: Warp Stabilizer: PPro vs. AE
by Franz Bieberkopf 6 years ago
Tero, Thanks. One issue that's arisen is project bloat in PPro - as it stores the stabilization analysis as part of the project, it's pretty easy for a project size to shoot up into the hundreds of MB
Franz Bieberkopf 7 years ago
Walter,

A quick note of thanks for you continued lucid and measured contributions.

The forum is greatly enriched by your knowledge and experience.

Franz.
Walter Soyka 7 years ago
Thank you, Franz -- you are very kind! Sometimes I do worry that I rant too much, so I'm very glad to get this feedback. I very much enjoy your always-insightful posts, too. Best, Walter
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