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Hans Dampf

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June 29th 2011
5 Posts
Computer Editing: Circa 1985
by Scott Thomas 8 years ago
I was going through some magazine clippings that I've been saving and found this. I thought that it might give some perspective on this non-linear thing. I'm not sure of what happened to Montage, but
Re: Computer Editing: Circa 1985
by Hans Dampf 8 years ago
Can't download that file. It stops at 99%...
Looks like the PC fanbois were right after all...
by James Poll 8 years ago
I never really believed it, and always argued against it, but after the release of this schizophrenic gene-spliced mutation of iMovie and Final Cut Pro, and Apple's abandonment of the Pro market and i
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Scott Sheriff liked this 8 years ago
Re: Looks like the PC fanbois were right after all...
by Hans Dampf 8 years ago
As the roadmap says, they want to get a Mac and Linus version at the end of this year. In the meantime I will get familiar to this software. I just checked it a little bit and its amazing fast and the
With FCPX magnetic timeline,the non-linear is linear again!
by samir kassab 8 years ago
Every time I need to put some clips aside on the timeline,or just try to make a small gap to create a space to try out cuts,the magnetic time line keeps pulling things back together!if need to have my
Re: With FCPX magnetic timeline,the non-linear is linear again!
by Hans Dampf 8 years ago
I may be wrong, but isn't the "splice in" mode in AVID almost the same like the "magnetic timeline" in FCPX
magnetic timeline in FCP 7 - sorta
by Bret Williams 8 years ago
Am I missing something with the magnetic timeline Move a clip and the rest of the timline gets out of the way. The videos show a clip being moved back in the timeline, and the timeline moving forward
Re: magnetic timeline in FCP 7 - sorta
by Hans Dampf 8 years ago
It's little bit like splice in mode in avid, nothing new and "revolutionary".
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