Ken Tannenbaum: Activity About Images
Ken Tannenbaum

Member Since:
February 8th 2011
57 Posts
static clip with piece of dirt in shot
by Ken Tannenbaum 5 years ago
I have a short static clip of a black stovetop which wasn't cleaned thoroughly enough. There are two very small but noticable light gray spots. The camera was locked down. Is there an inexpensive way
Re: static clip with piece of dirt in shot
by Ken Tannenbaum 5 years ago
Mark, so you know your suggestions were taken to heart (and keyboard) all's right with this now. It's done and looks good. Thanks again, Ken Ken Tannenbaum
Simple video wall with six clips
by Ken Tannenbaum 7 years ago
I'm on a Mac OS 10.5.8 with FCPv6. I TRIED OVER AND OVER to contact general support at CoreMelt but the security code kept bouncing me back so I'm here to ask my question. I've edited my own clips for
Re: Simple video wall with six clips
by Ken Tannenbaum 7 years ago
Eberhard, thanks again. Frankly, I don't know my requirements yet. But the clips are shot and I'll be setting up FCP today to begin the project. I believe what I need to do is a function of FCP. The b
STRANGE CS4 Photoshop print behavior
by Ken Tannenbaum 8 years ago
I've been doing this a very long time. Can't figure this out. I've got two printers attached to a G5, v10.5.8...both print any doc EXCEPT from PS. I get a blank page, not a speck of ink, on several tr
FCP Exporting question
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
I've got several H.264 clips, converted to ProRes422 and edited in FCP6. I exported using FCP's QT Movie function and selected "Offline RT HD (PhotoJPEG) 23.98"...I did that because my camera shoots 2
Re: FCP Exporting question
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
THAT is a good piece of advice...thanks. Ken Tannenbaum
native 24fps to 30fps?
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
I shoot with a D7000, native 1920x1080p @ 23.98fps. If I export from FCP @ 29.97fps, when I die, will I go to heaven or the other place where all my friends will be anyway Just trying to get the best
Re: native 24fps to 30fps?
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
Funny, I thought knowledge is king. Okay, I do get your point! Also, as a veteran of the advertising wars, I know that a pinhole camera in the right hands can be an award winner. Well, maybe not in th
Importing into FCP from Nikon D90
by Chuck Purnell 9 years ago
I have been using my Nikon D90 to shoot video all summer long and its working out pretty good. Can't wait for the Nikon D7000 to be released though!!! Anyway, I was told that if I hook my Nikon up to
Re: Importing into FCP from Nikon D90
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
Very interesting about FCP6...I really didn't think that was the case...but you know what...different configurations seem to respond differently to software upgrade and more specifically, how they're
shutter speed
by Ken Tannenbaum 9 years ago
OK, I'm new at this. If we must be locked in at 1 50 or 1 60 depending on fps, why not "simply" shoot shutter priority I know there are reasons to up the speed (slo-mo) for one. I'm guessing that in a
Re: shutter speed
by Bob Dix 9 years ago
For smooth running Canon do recommend 1 50 or 1 60 we have followed this for two years and it does the job. I have noticed most of their camcorders are at around 1 50. it does improve the look especia
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