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Jonathan Ehrlich

Member Since:
September 17th 2014
14 Posts
2.40 mask in avid
by Jonathan Ehrlich 2 months ago
I have a project with 16:9 footage wich is supposed to be shown in cinemascope 2.40. For that purpose I added the 16:9 Mask (Film) effect to the sequence without giving it much more thought. Now the c
Re: 2.40 mask in avid
by Job ter Burg 2 months ago
The cinematographer is alomost correct, since a 16x9 mask in Avid MC does a 25% mask, keeping 75% of the vertical lines, which means 810 lines, which implies an aspect ratio of 1920 810=2.37037037037.
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Jonathan Ehrlich liked this 2 months ago
29.97 fps footage in a 24 fps project
by Jonathan Ehrlich 5 months ago
I am starting to edit a short documentary that was shot at a frame rate of 29.97 fps. The intended output at the end of the editing process is to create a DCP for distribution purposes. From what I un
Re: 29.97 fps footage in a 24 fps project
by Bouke Vahl 5 months ago
Don't worry, a DCP can be 29.97 nowadays. (And no, there is NO decent way to go from 29.97 to 24, so be happy.) Do however be VERY careful with interlaced material. (That means, also material with pul
batch importing a sequence
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
hey guys. I want to batch import a sequence, but I normally batch import clips and I am not sure I understand what Avid does when I click batch import on a sequence. Will it consolidate the parts of t
Re: batch importing a sequence
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
thanks John. I know of course that linkig media is more convenient than importing. But that's how the project was created (by a different editor) and I am not sure there is a way to turn imported clip
switch from offline to online resolution
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
hi guys I am finishing the offline editing on a project and need to switch to an online resolution. I am a little bit confused about the options. The media was imported at and edited at DNXHD 120 (in
Re: switch from offline to online resolution
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
thanks Will! that's what I thought.
how to fix corrupted media?
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
Hi guys, once again I need some help... Yesterday I tried to export an OMF-file and had an error that kept interfering with my export (domain copy-in failed). Eventually I figured out that this was du
Re: how to fix corrupted media?
by Jonathan Ehrlich 3 years ago
thanks for all your replies guys. The problem was in the MXF, not in the original file. Batch importing didn't work but deleting and re-importing the infected MXF solved the problem. Not sure why this
imported media and ama linked media on one timeline?
by Jonathan Ehrlich 4 years ago
Hi. I am working on a project on Avid Mc6, with all the media imported the "normal" way (Dnxhd 120). No I have some new clips that I want to import, but since Avid recognizes those clips as spanned cl
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Jonathan Ehrlich liked this 4 years ago
Re: imported media and ama linked media on one timeline?
by Shane Ross 4 years ago
Importing is no longer the "normal" way to import. That's the OLD "normal" way. The new "normal" way is to AMA link, and then transcode. This way Avid can span the files and when you transcode, you ge
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