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Joseph Coady

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November 1st 2015
6 Posts
Audio question in regards to VHS footage from the 1980s.
by Joseph Coady 10 months ago
Back in the mid 80's, we had a vcr that had a switch on the front if you wanted to dub something. The switch was either "A B" or "1 2" and when you selected one of these you could dub over stuff. I ca
Re: Audio question in regards to VHS footage from the 1980s.
by Francois PĂ©nzes 10 months ago
Hi Joseph Here's a good read from way back 1996 when VHS was king. https: www.videomaker.com article c4 214-sound-track-audio-dubbing Cheers ! PC Win 10 Pro 64-bit 16gb Intel Core i7-2600k Quad Core 3
Best way to stabilize a 15 minute clip?!
by Joseph Coady 11 months ago
Hello! I have a 15 minute clip. I was in the 2nd row of an event, and I filmed 3 people in a discussion sitting in chairs. So there is not a lot of movement, and it is for the most part pointed in the
Re: Best way to stabilize a 15 minute clip?!
by John Pale 11 months ago
Is your intent to edit this down, or use some b-roll Or do you want to keep this one straight rip (harder to watch, In my opinion) Stabilization works better on shorter segments, so if you are editing
Creating a 1080p timeline in Premiere Pro to burn to a Blu-Ray disc...how do I go about mixing different frame rate clips?
by Joseph Coady 2 years ago
Hello! I want to create my first Blu-Ray disc. How do I go about bringing in multiple files into Premiere Pro that have various resolutions and framerates Say I have some video shot at 1080P 60FPS, so
Re: Creating a 1080p timeline in Premiere Pro to burn to a Blu-Ray disc...how do I go about mixing different frame rate clips?
by Roger Averdahl 2 years ago
I would have used a 1080p 60 fps timeline since 30 fps footage will playback perfectly while keeping the smooth motion in the 60 fps video. When done, render out to H.264 Blu-ray to 1080i using the HD
Any recommendations on good headphones for video editing?
by Joseph Coady 4 years ago
Hi everyone. I was wondering if anyone had a recommendation for good quality headphones to use with Premiere Pro If this is not the right forum to ask this type of question, my apologies!
Re: Any recommendations on good headphones for video editing?
by Joseph Coady 4 years ago
I was at my local friendly Costco and saw a pair of Bose headphones and it got my mind wandering. Since my cheap headphones at home are on the outs (only one side works, ugh lol)I was thinking about "
AAC is my only audio option? Is this ok?
by Joseph Coady 4 years ago
Hey guys! I use CS6 Premiere & After Effects. I notice when I go to render a clip out, my only choice for audio is AAC. Is this ok Before my computer took a dump and I had to reinstall everything back
Re: AAC is my only audio option? Is this ok?
by Joe Barta IV 4 years ago
AAC is a good codec, very little compression, larger file size. The Dolby makes a smaller audio file, it is compressed, but nothing that is noticeable. Joe Living the SuiteLife! Stuff for editors www.
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