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Mark Howe

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December 2nd 2009
10 Posts
will final cut 5.1.4 work with a Panasonic AG-HMC150
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
Will final cut 5.1.4 work with a Panasonic AG-HMC150, the camera records in AVCHD format. My computer is a Mac g5. Thanks everyone.
Re: will final cut 5.1.4 work with a Panasonic AG-HMC150
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
Thanks for the advice, I think I try for the upgrade.
audio filter to kill hollow sounding dialog?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
I have some dialog I am putting into a project and the room the dialog was recorded in made it sound hollow and almost echo-ish is there an audio filter to make it sound more crisp I have a mac and FC
Re: audio filter to kill hollow sounding dialog?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
Thanks for all of your advice unfortunately my footage was given to me and I have to do with what I have. I'll do what I can with what you all have told me thanks, Mark.
Can I change my settings for clarity?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
I have a sci-fi project I edited in standard definition and every time I import any words or credits whether from After Effects, Motion or a Photoshop picture it always comes out kind of fuzzy. how do
Re: Can I change my settings for clarity?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
Thanks for the advice, when you say use a DV50 sequence setting you mean set it there before I start the project right
how come the imported picture is fuzzy and not crisp?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
I am working on a sci-fi short, shot in Standard Definition. I'm trying to incorporate a still picture of a crashed satellite. When I import the picture into final cut pro it looks fine until I drag i
Re: how come the imported picture is fuzzy and not crisp?
by Mark Howe 9 years ago
Thanks for the advise. I tried doing the credits at the end in scrolling text in Motion and didn't get as far as the picture like you said but it came out fuzzy as well. What do you think Maybe I have
pixilating?
by Mark Howe 10 years ago
I'm new at After Effects and I want to know how I can make a still frame picture look like it's just a shot where the camera is rolling but doesn't move. My friend suggested pixilating the still frame
Re: pixilating?
by Todd Kopriva 10 years ago
You want to make a still image look like it's video or film (I interpreted 'camera rolling' to mean "camera running", not "camera rotating".) You could add some animated grain. -----------------------
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