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Gerret Warner

Member Since:
July 18th 2005
190 Posts
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Chapel Hill, NC
Re: Finding all clips with Speed Changes
by Matt Galuszewski 1 year ago
I don't know of a list but you cold select all the clips in your timeline (CMD A) and then show the retime editor (CMD R) The clips that run at normal speed will have a green bar above them. Other col
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Gerret Warner liked this 1 year ago
Re: blu ray washed out
by Roger Poole 3 years ago
Gerret, You do have Quicktime 7 installed, specifically v-7.6.6 If so, you have to drop the x264 codec into the correct folder, Library Quicktime. Open that folder to check you have the correct folder
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Gerret Warner liked this 3 years ago
Re: blu ray washed out
by Nick Meyers 3 years ago
Hi Gerret. in Compressor, go to FIle Menu New Batch from Template (Shift Command N) there you will see "Create BLu-Ray" select this, bring in your file, and then click on the small gear icon top right
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Gerret Warner liked this 3 years ago
Re: Imagine's HD-VU
by Shane Ross 8 years ago
I have it, and use it. And two of my producers have it on their laptops so they can watch the footage and make notes without needing an NLE. Works great...smooth, no audio issues. Shane Little Frog Po
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Gerret Warner liked this 8 years ago
Re: DSLR footage mix with DVCProHD
by Shane Ross 8 years ago
DVCPRO HD is 8-bit, and anamorphic. ProRes is 10 bit and full raster. Both are 422. ProRes is the better option, but it all depends on what you will be delivering, and how much rendering ou want to do
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Gerret Warner liked this 8 years ago
Re: can't center pan audio clips
by Mark Spano 8 years ago
It is likely that your Sequence Audio Output Setting is set to discrete outputs. Go into your Sequence settings - Audio Output tab, and choose the Stereo Monitoring preset. You should get your pan con
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Gerret Warner liked this 8 years ago
Re: offload direct from HVX200
by Shane Ross 8 years ago
You don't. Not without P2 card adapters. You can get the Panasonic AJ-PCD2 single card reader for $330...that connects via USB and is as fast as your powerbook. You can also offload from the camera di
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Gerret Warner liked this 8 years ago
Re: naming clips
by Shane Ross 9 years ago
You can rename the clips in the L&T interface, or import them and rename the clips, and then use the RENAME feature to rename the media files to match the clips. FCP will STILL be able to relink to th
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Gerret Warner liked this 9 years ago
Re: naming clips
by Jeremy Garchow 9 years ago
You don't need Capture. I recommend getting the P2Flow and MXF Import bundle. P2Flow edits metadata, MXF Import allows the previwing of files and subsequent import to FCP. You can wrtie and ask for a
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Gerret Warner liked this 9 years ago
Re: naming clips
by Noah Kadner 9 years ago
Thanks for the tip, Noah, but my new names will be in the FCP project only, not saved to the MXF files, true That is correct. If you rename the actual media you'll break media management- don't do it.
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Gerret Warner liked this 9 years ago
Re: best format for long-term archiving?
by Noah Kadner 9 years ago
Yeah I wouldn't shoot 60p unless a client demanded it and even then I'd try and talk them into 24p instead... Noah Check out my book: RED: The Ultimate Guide to Using the Revolutionary Camera! Unlock
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Re: best format for long-term archiving?
by Jeremy Garchow 9 years ago
24p is way more flexible than 60Hz. I'd shoot 24pN. You can easily go to 60 or 50Hz this way.
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Re: client footage
by Michael Sacci 10 years ago
My recommendation was to use DVCProHD since is sounded like that was his main codec type.
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Re: client footage
by Rob Grauert 10 years ago
What do you plan on doing for your project ProRes is more suitable for heavy compositing effects and color grading. If you don't plan on doing much of that, then DVCPro HD will be fine. Robert J. Grau
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Re: client footage
by Michael Sacci 10 years ago
Save yourself a bunch of hassle, convert all the client's footage to match your footage. Do this in compressor. If their footage is 29.97 you will have to do some test to see if your convert to 24p is
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