Gerry Bayne: Activity About Images
Gerry Bayne

Member Since:
December 1st 2009
18 Posts
key light grainy key..?
by melissa kern 12 years ago
hello, my key is really "grainy" pixelated looking..I shot people on green screen and they look really good, but when the footage plays after applying keylight and making a quicktime- its all grainy..
Re: key light grainy key..?
by Gerry Bayne 6 years ago
Not sure if anyone reads this thread anymore but I'm still confused. I am sorry to be so literal but: Just use Keylight on this layer to eliminate spilled color, not to do any keying. Use which contro
Shifting Text Over Multiple Layers - Can't Find the Answer!
by Gerry Bayne 6 years ago
Howdee folks! I've looked for an answer to this but can't seem to word it in a way that makes it findable through Google or on here. I am working with the following setup: I am having each of those bl
Re: Shifting Text Over Multiple Layers - Can't Find the Answer!
by Ridley Walker 6 years ago
As the others have suggested, all worthy methods: 6955_layerflip.aep.zip
UV/ND filter questions (2)
by Gerry Bayne 9 years ago
I've searched for a comprehensive guide on this all over the internet and I don't see anything except case-by-case answers. I am getting a Canon 60D with the following lenses: -EF-S 18-135mm Lens -Can
Finished video looks SO different depending on player?
by Gerry Bayne 9 years ago
I did some colour correction on a video recently. I rendered to H.264 1280X720. On the image I attached: on the left I'm playing the video in QT. On the right, I'm playing the video in Windows Media P
Re: Finished video looks SO different depending on player?
by Gerry Cast 1 year ago
Thank you Tero! Thanks about the Spyder, yes, I've heard the Xrite is better too. Looks like it $125.00 more than the Spyder I purchased already, but I'll consider it anyway. OK, got it, so the Insten
Mixing DSLR with Vixia HD footage?
by Gerry Bayne 9 years ago
I do simple interviews currently with a Sony Vixia SF100. Good quality for what I need. I currently have the opportunity to add another camera to my arsenal. I have the option of getting another Vixia
Re: Mixing DSLR with Vixia HD footage?
by Richard Dolesh 9 years ago
Hello Gerry, I've struggled with similar challenges, so here is what I would suggest. You didn't say if you're using a Juiced Link, H4n, etc. But,in a interview environment, with a producer present,et
Media Encoder - No Compression = Weird Splotchy Picture
by Gerry Bayne 9 years ago
The final destination for my video is the web (YT). So I have my files from a Canon Vixia HD camera in .MTS format. The picture size is 1920X1080. What I'd like to do is SIMPLY convert them to quickti
Re: Media Encoder - No Compression = Weird Splotchy Picture
by Daniel Ludwig 9 years ago
hi gerry, if you are on mac you need to select format: quicktime, then click on preset edit export settings, and then there will be a new window where you can select your size, codec, and all the othe
Splitting stereo signal to two mono tracks
by Brandt Wilson 10 years ago
I'm playing with stereo wav sound clips that originated from a pair of lav mics. I'd like to split this wav into two mono tracks. Can this be done in Audition either natively or with a plugin Ideally,
Re: Splitting stereo signal to two mono tracks
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
Stereo tracks are split on the screen into top and bottom. Simply highlight the bottom track and then under the "File" menu, choose "Save Selection." Then do the same thing to the top track. You will
Another newbie comes to the forum
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
I, like a lot of newbs, am also at my wit's end. First, here is my setup: -PC with 12GB RAM, good graphics card, i7 processor -Using Adobe After Effects to create the video -Render out my final video
Re: Another newbie comes to the forum
by Chris Blair 10 years ago
I'm assuming your original file is HD since it's 3GB. We just export as uncompressed AVI's and then import that into Quicktime Pro (it's just $29). Then export the AVI as an mp4 file using H264 and AA
Lock-up EVERY time.
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
Here are the specs to my machine: Dell Studio XPS 435T Intel Core i7 CPU 12GB RAM 64-bit NVIDIA GForce GTS 240 I'm fine when using Adobe After Effects. It works great. But when I try to edit ANYTHING
Re: Lock-up EVERY time.
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
Hi Jeff- I was working with AVCHD and .mts files. I rendered them down to various lower non-HD formats, thinking that might help. I rendered them as windows media, avi, QT, all still locked up. I am u
Video playback question.
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
Here are the specs to my machine: Dell Studio XPS 435T Intel Core i7 CPU 12GB RAM 64-bit NVIDIA VeForce GTS 240 My video playback isn't happening. It chugs along so choppy and slow that it's untenable
Re: Video playback question.
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
I figured out something. Very interesting. When I had used Vegas before getting Premiere, it couldn't handle AVCHD files, so I had to render them down to AVI or QT. I figured it might be the same here
Training for Premiere in CS4
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
My company just bought me a new system with CS4 installed for the the express purpose of me learning to edit video. Would anyone out there have advice in terms of getting real training on Adobe Premie
Re: Training for Premiere in CS4
by Brian Barkley 10 years ago
Total Training and Class On Demand are the ones I use. I recommend them. Class On Demand is owned by Paul Holtz, who has produced training videos for years. He knows what he's doing. If you purchase t
Real PC Requirements for Adobe CS4 Production Suite?
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
So I'm new-ish to video editing and I need to spec out a machine that will use Adobe CS4 Production Suite, including After Effects, Premiere Pro, and my own Adobe Audition, often running together. I l
Re: Real PC Requirements for Adobe CS4 Production Suite?
by Tim Kolb 10 years ago
8 GB RAM is minimum...you'll find that 16 GB is better. 64 bit OS (to access that extra RAM above 4 GB) BIG proc...4 core minimum...8 core is far better. Serious display card helps...a Quadro is helpf
How do i "Extend" Duration of a track
by Anna Poly 10 years ago
Hello all, I would like your help on the following. 1. I have an audio clip which is 3.25 secs long. How can i "extend" the duration and make it 10, 20, 60 minutes long What i have done in Multitrack
Re: How do i "Extend" Duration of a track
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
Anna, Could you explain what the track you want to extend contains Is it just something you want looped or to just duplicate and have it repeat There is a "duplicate track" if you right click the soun
Web Video: Which Platform for Editing?
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
I know the discussion has been had before but there didn't seem to be any real consensus for semi-amateurs. Here is my situation: I've been an audio journalist for a non-profit organization for a few
Re: Web Video: Which Platform for Editing?
by Gerry Bayne 10 years ago
This is great advice, folks. I appreciate it. I just want to have the vocabulary to tell the story. And Alan, you are exactly right. It's all about telling a narrative.
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