ProRes exports are really dark. by Adam Harper 4 weeks ago Hi all, As you can probably tell by the topic name, I'm trying to export a ProRes file but it always seems to come out much darker than what I'm seeing in Avid. I've tried both RGB and 601 709, even "
Re: ProRes exports are really dark. by Job ter Burg 4 weeks ago It's because the ProRes QT codec has a built-in flag that tells QT player that the source is Rec709 legal, and then expands luminance levels when you play it back on the computer screen. Try and play
Turnover to sound-multiplne ISO tracks by Alice Ingeli 3 months ago Hello, I'm working on a project which delivers dailies as DNX36 from resolve and separate sound with multiple tracks. A1 is the mix and that's the only track the editor normally wants to work with, so
Re: Turnover to sound-multiplne ISO tracks by Job ter Burg 3 months ago That is a very common workflow. Usually, this means sound editorial will do a conform. Pro Tools has an 'expand tracks' option which can do a multichannel conform from single channel cuts in a timelin
Unable to modify Sound TC column by Alex Winker 6 months ago Hello, I'm having an issue populating the Sound TC column with timecode from another column, namely Aux TC 1. When I enter the timecode into the Sound TC column, I get an error that says " Select Soun
Avid MC network workstation by Andrea Bonomelli 9 months ago Hello I have an avid media composer workstation (on windows) that will need assistant workstation to work with (Overlords requirements) Can I simply network two machines together with ethernet (1ge or
Re: Avid MC network workstation by Bob Zelin 9 months ago want to spend almost zero money on this - here is how you do it (I just did it in LA). 1) buy a QNAP TS-831x 2) buy 8 HGST SATA drives (you pick the size, and YES, you need EIGHT drives - I don't care
Symphony v5.0.x Installers (PC) by Neal McCarthy 9 months ago Hi, Does anyone have a copy of Symphony v5.0.x installers (preferably 5.0.4) that they can share with me (dropbox or similar). I lost mine in an office move and Avid won't give them to me (despite the
Multi-track Quicktime from Avid by Drew Delany 9 months ago Hi Everyone, I've been scouring around for a solution for this but to no avail: For a broadcaster I need to supply a split track DVCProHD Quicktime file with 8 audio tracks (Stereo 1+2, Sync 3+4, Musi
Re: Multi-track Quicktime from Avid by Job ter Burg 9 months ago Does the following not work Create a sequence that has stereo L on A1 stereo R on A2 Sync L on A3 Sync R on A4 Mus L on A5 Mus R on A6 VO L on A7 VO R on A8 Export Same as Source, with Direct Out sele
Trouble renaming video tracks by Danny Baron 4 years ago I manually renamed some video tracks on my timeline. I have run into a problem that on some reels AVID continues to view the tracks according to its original name -- so although 10 is above 9 on the t
Marianna Montague by Chris Harlan 5 years ago I feel a need to say this. When people are talking about a company's support, and who cares, and who doesn't, there is no better user advocate out there than Avid's Marianna Montague. Yup.
60fps to 24fps (overcrank) by Daniel Schultz 5 years ago A couple questions for an old FCP editor: 1. I shot some footage at 720 60p and want to slow it down for a 23.97 timeline. What's the best way (I'm used to conforming in Film Tools in FCP). 2. I shot
Basic Editing Knowledge for TV? by Michael Paul 5 years ago So I am asking for things you need to be aware of if you are going to edit for TV. I was working at a company recently and there I've learned that I have to set the Default Pan under Autio Settings to
Re: Basic Editing Knowledge for TV? by Scott Cole 5 years ago The reality is, "editing for TV" is not just a simple set of rules. Quite frankly, every network has spec sheets that spell out proper audio and video levels, their desired video resolutions, audio tr
FCP Video Output by Mike Diaz 7 years ago I have FCS 3 and my system is a Mac Pro late 2006. I would like to use my 52" Samsung LCD for the viewing output from FCP. I can connect it using a DVI to HDMI connector from the second video port on