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Member Since:
March 30th 2005
22 Posts
Location:
United States
Premiere Pro, all Playback devices are greyed out and none can be chosen
by Ken Hall 6 years ago
I'd like to add Premiere Pro CC to my edit toolbox along with Media Composer and FCP. But one issue is making things difficult. In Premiere Pro CC Prefs, all my Playback options are grayed out and non
Re: Premiere Pro, all Playback devices are greyed out and none can be chosen
by Ken Hall 5 years ago
Hi Ethan - My issue was solved by making sure that the "Transmit" function in the Program Monitor settings was enabled.
BMD video playback is not available in Premiere Pro CC
by Kris Merkel 6 years ago
Hey all, I am running PrPro CC with an UltraStudio 3D via thunderbolt using BMD Desktop Video 9.7.9 and it is not showing up as a playback option in Premiere Pro's Prefs. Can anyone help me in getting
Re: BMD video playback is not available in Premiere Pro CC
by Ken Hall 6 years ago
Yes, the issue was resolved. In the Program Monitor pull down menu is a function called "Transmit". When enabled the signal is output to an external monitor. When disabled, nothing goes out. Somehow I
Optimizing for Joomla website
by Frank Cervarich 8 years ago
I am producing videos for a client website which uses Joomla as its operating system. On the advice of the web designer of the site, I forwarded to an ftp that the client has, mp4 files. When I looked
Re: Optimizing for Joomla website
by Ken Hall 8 years ago
Frank - AllVideos is a component or plug-in for Joomla. It's a free bit of software. Here's information http: www.joomlaworks.gr BitRate Started is also freeware. You type in a few important parameter
Using XML for 1 project, 2 locations
by Ken Hall 12 years ago
I
Re: Using XML for 1 project, 2 locations
by Nick Meyers 12 years ago
i suspect that using XML may be more trouble than it's worth. if you devise and stick to a simple naming strategy, i think you would make life easier for yourself. "Project ID_Cut Version_Editor Initi
ProRes422
by Ken Hall 12 years ago
I understand the value of ProRes422 when working with full bandwidth HD. Is there any advantage when the footage is compressed xdcam or dvcpro HD and won't be used for compositing
Re: ProRes422
by Shane Ross 12 years ago
Yes...you would be moving from an 8-bit color space to a 10-bit color space which is better for rendering filters and color correction. Less "banding" issues. Shane Littlefrog Post www.lfhd.net
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