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February 9th 2010
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OT Logic gets its "X"
by Steve Connor 6 years ago
http: www.loopinsight.com 2013 07 16 review-logic-pro-x Logic gets to keep tracks and FCPX XML import export !!!
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Jeremy Garchow liked this 6 years ago
Re: OT Logic gets its "X"
by Ian Bailey 6 years ago
As mentioned on the link from Mathieu there is currently no Share Media Browser option, but in the settings when sharing as a Master File there is 'Publish to Media Browser' in the When Done menu unde
Opinions on what NLE to teach on a new BA in Film & Screen Media Production
by Daniel Hegarty 7 years ago
Hi Folks, I'm a freelance editor and documentary maker. I've been teaching FCP for a few years at Diploma level and I've been asked to give my recommendations on post-production training on a new 3 ye
Re: Opinions on what NLE to teach on a new BA in Film & Screen Media Production
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
I'm also a teacher. After running legacy FCP for ten years, we made the decision to switch to FCPX and couldn't be happier. The students love it and they're producing fantastic work. The two things th
School is upgrading video editing software and Mac operating system need opinions.
by Brett Bailey 7 years ago
As said in the title the school is upgrading its video editing software and i am curious to hear peoples opinions if it is better to keep using premier pro CS5.5 or upgrade from final cut pro 6 to FCP
Re: School is upgrading video editing software and Mac operating system need opinions.
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
I work at a university in the North East of England. We've been using FCP since 2002. We've also had PC labs with Premiere Pro for the past 3-4 years. We have FCP Legacy FCPX on 20 student Macs in one
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Audio waveforms tough to edit to the beat to FCPX
by Olly Bea 7 years ago
Hey there I've searched around on the internet for a little help to no avail so I wonder if you guys could help. I found editing to the beat much easier in FCP7, the waveform seemed to display the pea
Re: Audio waveforms tough to edit to the beat to FCPX
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Hi Olly, I always do it by ear. I usually find myself doing a little dance on my swivel chair to get into the groove of the music! As you can see from the working with markers link I posted, you can n
Any Recommendations For DVD / Bluray Authoring Software
by Philip Davies 7 years ago
I'm really struggling to find something that will let me create menus (rather than just the 'Create DVD' option in FCPX)... Recommendations on the Net seem to be for DVD Studio Pro 4, which I can't fi
Re: Any Recommendations For DVD / Bluray Authoring Software
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
You can create a basic menu for both DVD and Blu-Ray using Toast Titanium. There are a number of default menus. You can customize the menu background with your own image, but that might be for DVD onl
Need other's experience
by Carlo Ferraro 7 years ago
I made a set of clips in a cave and in half of them I forgot to take away the fur of the microphone when using a fisheye lens adapter. Result, the upper right part of the image has the fur on it. In F
Re: Need other's experience
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
I saw this and thought of your question! http: bit.ly VdTlBJ
The Rturn of Pro Res Codecs
by Gerry Fraiberg 7 years ago
Several video codecs have been returned with 10.0.6. We can now export to ProRes 4444, 422 (HQ) 422, 422 (LT), 422 (Proxy). Also listed in Settings on Export as Master File: H.264, Uncompressed 8-bit
Re: The Rturn of Pro Res Codecs
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
"Can optimized media be ProRes LT " This is an interesting question and one I've been asking myself. We noticed that when AVCHD was imported into FCPX 10.0.5 the bitrate was 120 Mbit s. This is lower
Creating high res WebM on mac
by sj miller 7 years ago
Whats the best method for this The webM project recommend Miro http: www.webmproject.org tools - but this seems very basic, there are no options for quality and every export I do is very low res, does
Re: Creating high res WebM on mac
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Yep, looks like you need to purchase a license to remove the watermark in Easy HTML5. Scroll down the main page and look under Download.
RGB + Alpha out of FCPX
by Olly Lawer 7 years ago
Hi, How do I export RGB + Alpha out of FCPX Going into AE, but keylight doesn't do as good a job as FCPX. Olly Lawer
Re: RGB + Alpha out of FCPX
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Export your media using the ProRes4444 codec. I've not tested this with AE, but if it's CS5.5 or CS6 and you're using it on a Mac, I would expect this to work.
How do I see keyframes?
by Olly Lawer 7 years ago
Hi, I've set a few keyframes (scale). I want to be able to see these on the clip as I need to move them. Having great difficulty selecting the last frame of the clip! So want to just set it earlier an
Re: How do I see keyframes?
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Select the clip and use Ctrl-V to bring up the Video Animation panel. Click on Transform: All and you can select Scale from the menu. You can drag the keyframes left or right to change the timing and
The Showdown: FCPX vs Premiere Pro Full 45 minute presentation
by Craig Seeman 7 years ago
FCPX vs Premiere Pro Full 45 minute presentation http: www.youtube.com watch v=ArCL_UWfPck
Re: The Showdown: FCPX vs Premiere Pro Full 45 minute presentation
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Very useful, I tend to agree with most of what he says. But I would have liked to have also seen a comparison with Avid. There were some inaccuracies. For example you can bring an image sequence into
Logic Pro X - Let the rumors begin
by Craig Seeman 7 years ago
http: appleinsider.com articles 12 09 26 image-claims-to-show-launch-screen-for-logic-pro-x The screenshot, allegedly taken on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, shows the product Logic Pro X,
Re: Logic Pro X - Let the rumors begin
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
I'm pretty darn excited. This is pure speculation on my part... I'm wondering if the intention is for it to not only be a compositional tool, but also a sound design tool. Apple's purchase of Redmatic
Premiere vs. FCPX - What's best for slow motion/speed change
by Paul Boone 7 years ago
I spent several years using FCP7 and recently took a job in the last 3 months that involved using FCPX. I'm switching to Adobe CS6 for several reasons. I need a whole suite because I'll be doing work
Re: Premiere vs. FCPX - What's best for slow motion/speed change
by Ian Bailey 7 years ago
Paul Boone "When I used FCPX for slow-mo, I first batch conformed all my clips from 60p to 24p using cinema tools." No need to do this for FCPX. Drop your 60fps clips into a 24fps Timeline, select th
FCPX and Shake vs FCPX and Motion
by Sam Kuper 8 years ago
Here's my situation: - I'm new to Creative Cow, so please be gentle :) - I've never used FCPX, Shake, or Motion. - Having tired of running a Windows VM to do video editing, and since Snow Leopard is n
Re: FCPX and Shake vs FCPX and Motion
by Ian Bailey 8 years ago
Hi Sam, It's certainly the case that Shake is very capable and there is still training material available. However you will encounter problems as OSX and QuickTime are up-dated (which will benefit FCP
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Reconsidering Postproduction
by Ian Bailey 8 years ago
Hi All, There have been some fantastic posts on this forum detailing how facilities plan to move forward in the light of FCPX. Trying several software alternatives and even exploring what Windows has
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Vincent Lowe liked this 8 years ago
Re: Reconsidering Postproduction
by Ian Bailey 8 years ago
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Adobe Prelude
by Ian Bailey 8 years ago
I've just seen this: http: bit.ly zDf52c Not much info at the moment, but Prelude is supposedly a new tool for logging, annotating, transcoding and exporting. Although the interface on one image looks
Re: Adobe Prelude
by Ian Bailey 8 years ago
Oliver Peters "As an aside... Adobe Sundance filmmaking panel: http: tv.adobe.com watch adobe-at-sundance- how-technology-is-influencing-..." Ah ha! Nice distraction technique (unless you're browsing
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