DVCPRO-HD AJ-HD1200A deck by Michael Pfost 9 years ago Hi - I'm looking at purchasing a used AJ-HD1200A deck for ingesting some HD and DVCPRO50 tapes. This particular deck only has firewire, not SDI. Is there significant quality loss when capturing HD mat
Re: DVCPRO-HD AJ-HD1200A deck by frank Delaney 9 years ago Hi There, this deck does have more than just firewire - it has 2xHD-SDI out and 1xHD-SDI in, DVCPRO DV via firewire, 4xaudio XLR out, 4xaudio in, component out via bnc The deck is very awkward to use
shuddering/juddering video when exported by Sarah Lewis 9 years ago HI, I have searched all the forums for a solution but cannot seem to find my exact problem. I've made video diaries with a group of students - shooting on a SD camcorder. The codec for this footage is
Up-ressing 4:3 SD media to HD by Adam Weinberg 9 years ago I'm trying to find the best way to up-res SD media (already digitized with no access to master tapes) to HD, and it has become obvious rather quickly that the best way to do this must not be within FC
HDV/HD to DVDsd: real poor quality by gabriele gismondi 9 years ago Hi, i've looked deeply in the forum to look for some helping, but i found out that many people have my problem.. From a PRes (from HDV material)8-bit sequence, i'm trying to get the best quality versi
Pixelated Graphics by Chris Olsen 9 years ago I have a client that needs to mass produce a training video... I shot the whole thing in HD and am trying to make a SD DVD for cost purposes, the video looks fine but the graphics they used in it (all
Re: Pixelated Graphics by Michael Pfost 9 years ago I would avoid using FCP to resize your video. Use Compressor and turn on "Frame Controls" so that you can play around with the settings. I've also had excellent results using After Effects to resize.
Noise in white areas on DVD by Kylee Peña 9 years ago I've tried everything I can think of to solve this and I'm wondering if it's the nature of DVDs or if I've missed something. I have a DVD with a lot of text. The workflow was a 720p TIFF sequence from
Re: Noise in white areas on DVD by Michael Pfost 9 years ago I would turn on "Frame Controls" and choose the "Resize Filter" of "Better" or "Best." Also, be sure to choose "Deinterlace" to "Better." The defaults usually don't give great results.
Digitizing Old Video8 and Hi8 tapes by Isaac Brillant 9 years ago Hi, I'd like to convert my old home-movie "Video8" and "Hi8" tapes from analog to digital, and import them using FCP. (I also have a few "Digital 8" tapes but I've been able to Log & Capture those fro
Re: Digitizing Old Video8 and Hi8 tapes by Michael Pfost 9 years ago Under "Device Control" try the setting "Uncontrollable Device." Also, if cost is not an issue -- make sure you have a good capture device and save the video as ProRes 4:2:2. You'll have excellent resu
Project Burned to DVD: Jagged Lines? by Joe Martino 9 years ago Haven't had this issue before but want to run it by you guys so I can better understand this. I have a project, 1920x1080, I did a few color corrections and just wanted to burn to DVD to test my foota
blu ray printable disc by Kaye Woods 9 years ago I am trying to find good ink jet, hub printable blu ray discs that DON'T have "verbatim" or something written on the inner ring of the disc. I need something that looks professional without the brand
Final Cut Pro field problem by Senem Ocal 9 years ago Hi everyone... Im really stuck with field problem. My video that i imported has no dominance. My sequance is no field dominance. But i see the video in final cut pro canvas monitor like this: http: im
make a sd dvd from a 2k prores file by Emmet Reddy 9 years ago Hi all i have a 2k apple prores 422 hq time line in FCP, i want to make a high quality sd dvd Could anyone offer advice or point me in the direction of a good tutorial This will be a Pal dvd and will
PAL MXF File Creation Workflow by Michael Pfost 9 years ago Hi all -- I need to confirm my workflow of a NTSC video converted into a PAL MXF File (IMX-50 D-10, Op1a, BES Audio) for broadcast in Australia. 1. I captured the video into a ProRes 4:2:2 NTSC file (
HD animation compression for web by Ben Popp 9 years ago Okay.... So I shot my original footage on 16mm and had it transferred to HD. This came back to me as a PRO RES HQ file. I changed sequence settings to match the footage and went on my way editing. I s
Re: HD animation compression for web by Michael Pfost 9 years ago I wouldn't use FCP to deinterlace, instead use Compressor. The results are much better. Also, be sure you are using ProRes files through-out your entire workflow, then use Compressor to create your h.