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Michael Lansdell

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Re: Change default to not save in subfolder
by Walter Soyka 5 years ago
Saving in a subfolder can be controlled by the output template. If your default is "Comp Folder and Name" then you will get the behavior you are describing. If you change the default to Comp Name (cli
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Michael Lansdell liked this 3 years ago
Repairing Scratch and Dust in old film Update
by Dave Babb 4 years ago
I am restoring a collection of videos I have using Adobe Premier Pro, and found one feature sadly lacking, lacking as in no NLE editor I have found (short of the cost of a 747) has a really good one.
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Michael Lansdell liked this 3 years ago
Re: Is it possible to use Materials within Shaders?
by Adam Trachtenberg 4 years ago
Not sure why you're having a problem using the terrain shader in the alpha channel. Should work fine. Example: 9184_terrainshaderstackedmats.c4d.zip
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Michael Lansdell liked this 4 years ago
Re: Premiere sequence timecode in audio units... How do I change it to 'normal' timecode?
by Massimo Alberto Croce 5 years ago
Massimo Alberto Croce Video Editor, Colorist, Pro Tools Editor massimoalberto.croce@gmail.com
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Re: Premiere sequence timecode in audio units... How do I change it to 'normal' timecode?
by Alex Udell 5 years ago
click the menu button in the tab of the active sequence disable "Show Audio TIme Units" this will toggle back to timecode Alex Udell Editing, Motion Graphics, and Visual FX
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Re: Texturing large scale terrains
by Adam Trachtenberg 5 years ago
If you want to do it procedurally you can use the Effects Terrain Mask shader to place different colors textures according to height and or slope. You use the shader inside of a Layer Shader. Here's a
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Re: Tile 6 textures to a sphere
by Adam Trachtenberg 5 years ago
The way to go about it would be to assemble the eight individual tiles into a single gigantic texture (4 columns x 2 rows). Then it would automatically map to the default sphere primitive. NASA actual
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Re: Tile 6 textures to a sphere
by Brian Jones 5 years ago
it is easy to get the 8 textures to map on a sphere without having to join them all into one texture. Load a tile (A1) into a material, put it on the sphere, in the texture tag -change Projection to S
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Re: Kona 3 and Premiere Pro output
by Naveen Mallikarjuna 6 years ago
I called AJA support. Forgot how good it is and that they take care things fast. Here was their solution, which worked perfectly: Audio Setting in Premiere Pro CC for Kona 3: 1. Go to Premiere Pro Pre
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Re: Blur in behavior doesn't transition off smoothly.
by Steve Pankow 6 years ago
Sorry to add onto an old thread, but I thought this might help others in the future. I had a similar situation using the Glow Through behavior in Motion 4 where the glow pops off at the end. I went in
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Re: Replace With After Effects Composition doesn't take media across to After Effects
by Alex Udell 7 years ago
Something is going on.... I have used fine in the past...but I just interacted on a thread with someone last week that was experiencing the same issue.... as a work around... once you create the AE Pr
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Michael Lansdell liked this 7 years ago
Re: Find clips in sequence
by Jon Barrie 7 years ago
Hi Michael, I know exactly what you are wanting to do. Pr doesn't have that specific feature (to find clips by name in the timeline itself). How we do go about it in Pr is to find the clip in the Proj
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Michael Lansdell liked this 7 years ago
Re: Layback HDV to tape using a Sony Z7, tips please?
by Shane Ross 8 years ago
Note, this will output the sequence to the camera, and tape, but not with the start time of 10:00:00:00. FOr that you need professional decks and capture cards. Shane GETTING ORGANIZED WITH FINAL CUT
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Re: Layback HDV to tape using a Sony Z7, tips please?
by Pradip Patil 8 years ago
FireWire cable. The same cable that you use to capture from Z7. Connect the camera, open the project, make sure that the camera is recognized by FCP. Then open the sequence and use print to tape. Prad
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Re: Layback HDV to tape using a Sony Z7, tips please?
by Pradip Patil 8 years ago
You can print to tape using a FW. Pradip Patil Mumbai,India
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Re: Animating multiple lines moving across a map.
by adam taylor 9 years ago
i'm assuming you are beginning your arrow animation at a zero % keyframe so why not start with a 1% keyframe and use opacity to bring the arrow into vision That way your arrow should already be aligne
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Re: Why does Write-on sometimes give curved lines, and sometimes give straight lines?
by Roland R. Kahlenberg 9 years ago
You change the Spatial keyframe type for a property that contains positional data (other than Transform.position) from within the Layer Panel. Once, you're in the Layer Panel, ensure that View is set
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Re: Why does Write-on sometimes give curved lines, and sometimes give straight lines?
by Eric Epstein 9 years ago
It's just like how the motion path of a layer can be curved or straight, it all depends on the keyframe interpolation. Right click on the Brush Position keyframes to change it. If you knew all that al
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Re: When to use 'Color Smoothing'
by Jeff Greenberg 8 years ago
Michael Lansdell "'Color Smoothing - 4:2:2' and 'Color Smoothing - 4:1:1" They're two filters meant to 'assist' the chroma keyer in FCP by smoothing the chroma channels. One is for 4:2:2 video. The o
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