what went wrong? converting h264 to prores by Jason Berger 5 years ago I'm cutting h264 footage for the first time, from a Nikon D3300 and a Canon EOS 5D MK III. (And I have to say Nikon's lower-end camera is really, really impressing me when compared to the Canon MKIII.
Should i buy a d5300 or a 5d m3? by Cassio Melo 5 years ago Hi .I m thinking on buy my first camera and i have this killing question on my mind. Should i buy a d5300 or a 5d m3 And all beacause of this: https: www.youtube.com watch v=Gjgh4RJasQc As i Can see t
Re: Should i buy a d5300 or a 5d m3? by Jason Berger 5 years ago I should add the main reason I chose not to get a MKIII is because they can only shoot 60 fps at 720p. If you want 1080p you have to shoot 30fps. And that's pretty ridiculous when cameras half that pr
Re: what went wrong? extreme interlacing problems by null 7 years ago Hi Jason, Firstly, interlace artifacts become more pronounced with motion and a fast shutter speed. A high quality deinterlacer should take care of it. Secondly, normally filmed clips at 30 frames sec
how do I know if the mic is in the shot? by Jason Berger 10 years ago Hey, I know from past experience that sometimes things that were at just baaaaaarely out of frame when shooting (lighting stand, mic, etc.) show up on the edges when the footage is viewed on FCP, but
What's happening to my memory? by Jason Berger 12 years ago Having big problems with my Mac. I've got an early version of a PowerMac G5 (so early it only has one processor) with a 75 gig hard drive. I'm working on a project and was seeing some memory issues wh
imported .mp3s peak horribly by Jason Berger 12 years ago Has anyone had this problem I've tried two ways to open them in FC: 1) importing from desk and harddrive; 2) open file from desk and harddrive. I play them back in iTunes and they're fine. But when I
Re: imported .mp3s peak horribly by walter biscardi 12 years ago mp3's are not the preferred audio files for final cut pro. audio quality is quite low to begin with and they generally have a lot of high end hiss in them. to bring them into final cut pro, you need t