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John Schmidt

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April 20th 2010
Finding and selecting Clips on the timeline
by Keith Moreau 9 years ago
Something that I'm trying to figure out that I used to do all the time in Final Cut Pro is "Find" all the clips with a particular name. In FCP I would find a string such as "879.MOV" and if it was spl
Re: Finding and selecting Clips on the timeline
by Jon Barrie 8 years ago
Take a look at this picture, there is a way to find a clip in the project panel with the search filter and then when you select the clip next to the name of the clip and its property details at the to
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John Schmidt liked this 6 years ago
Adobe Premiere Pro vs. AVID
by Sarah Gray 9 years ago
When I started editing, I used ADOBE PREMIERE PRO, and loved it. In college, we were only allowed to use either AVID, or some other type of editing system. I havenn't been able to use PRO in awhile an
Re: Adobe Premiere Pro vs. AVID
by Chase Smith 8 years ago
I have to agree with Brett here and say Adobe's the way to go. Although Avid and FCP and other products have a lot to offer - Adobe's name goes a long way. All of their products are detailed and consi
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John Schmidt liked this 6 years ago
Premiere encoding
by Brian Cooney 8 years ago
I've been using FCP since 2000 and getting poised for having to migrate over to another platform in the coming year or 2. Does anyone know if premiere has something similar to compressor that can be u
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John Schmidt liked this 7 years ago
Re: Premiere encoding
by Hector berrebi 8 years ago
John-Michael Seng-Wheeler "Why exactly " the offline stage of a feature film is long and editing-intensive. people tend to shoot way over 10:1 ratios thats at least 1000 minutes for a 90 minute film
Can someone explain the 960x720 DVCPRO HD thing to me?
by Bill Gilman 14 years ago
So FCP has a Sequence Preset called "DVCPRO HD - 720p24" that shows up with a frame size of 960x720 (preset called "HD (960x720) (16:9)") and a Pixel Aspect Ratio of "HD (960x720)." The Anamorphic box
Re: Can someone explain the 960x720 DVCPRO HD thing to me?
by John Schmidt 9 years ago
I realize I'm wading in the very deep end of the smart-pool here, but I've thought about this too. Doesn't the 1.33 aspect ratio of your discussion (eg., 960x720) have anything to do with the aspect r
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