Masking a person in front a fire by Jack Douglas 4 years ago Hi! I have 2 layers of video. One is a video of a person singing and the other one is a video of a flaming fire. I'd like to mask the person so that the fire doesn't show in front of him. I'm hoping t
Re: Masking a person in front a fire by Jack Douglas 4 years ago Great info! I've already recorded the singing part in 4k and the singer has black clothes against black background, although it's lit in a way that the person clearly stands out of the background. I'm
Canon 5d Mk III Prores HQ or LT by Jack Douglas 5 years ago Hi! I'm converting footage from a Canon 5d Mk III -camera for editing. Will Prores LT be sufficient I'm doing basic editing with basic color grading and no VFX. Thank you!
Re: Canon 5d Mk III Prores HQ or LT by Jack Douglas 5 years ago Right, I A B'd the HQ & LT formats and I do think I noticed somewhat difference with HQ displaying the blacks more accurately. I'll stick to HQ for this project and see what I'll use in the future, th
Mxf and a Xml-file export by Jack Douglas 5 years ago I got a job to deliver a file for broadcast in mxf-format with a xml-file. Here are the specs: "Files will be delivered to VIMN complying with the Sony XDCam HD422 50Mbs format together with an xml co
Prores HQ to mxf in Final Cut Pro 7 by Jack Douglas 5 years ago Hi! I need to convert a Prores HQ video clip to a .mxf-file in Final Cut Pro 7. What would be the best way of doing this Here are the specs: For HD, use XDCAM MPEG HD422 at 50Mb s CBR 1920 by 1080 50i
Re: Prores HQ to mxf in Final Cut Pro 7 by Jack Douglas 5 years ago The file bounced back from the broadcaster with a message that the file is progressive instead of interlaced. Can I convert it again by changing Sequence settings' Field dominance to Upper field and i
Movie turns dark after being exported. by Petter King 5 years ago Dear Friends, Would any of you know how to fix this problem: After outputting our FCP7-edited video files to Quicktime movie using either FCP7's 'Export to Quicktime Movie' command or Apple's 'Compres