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Michael Lewis

Member Since:
April 9th 2014
42 Posts
Location:
Jackson, Wyoming
Budget IPS monitor for grading
by Michael Lewis 3 years ago
I was wondering if anyone had suggestions on a budget monitor for color correction. I've owned the dell U2410, the U2412, U2413, and the hp zr2440w and zr24w. They have served me fairly well in the pa
Re: Budget IPS monitor for grading
by Michael Lewis 3 years ago
What card options do I have since I don't have any PCIe slots since I'm running an iMac
5k iMac performance vs equal specs 27" iMac question
by Michael Lewis 3 years ago
I was wondering if anyone had read anything about Premiere's performance with the new 5k iMac running the AMD Radeon R9 M290X, versus the other 27inch iMacs with a GTX 780M or GTX 775M graphics cards.
Re: 5k iMac performance vs equal specs 27" iMac question
by Michael Lewis 3 years ago
I've noticed two things: The first is that when you upgrade the processor on the regular 2.5k iMacs, you get not only a faster clock speed, but you are upgrading to the core i7 processor, unlike the 5
Exporting Multi-Channel Split-track Stereo
by Oscar Gotti 4 years ago
Hello, I am wanting to export multi-channel split-track. I have 3 tracks in my sequence: 1 mono track for COMMS, 1 stereo track for FX and 1 stereo track for the soundtrack. What is the best way to to
Re: Exporting Multi-Channel Split-track Stereo
by Michael Lewis 3 years ago
You need to make a new sequence multi-channel settings. You cannot change a sequence to multichannel once there is any media in it. 1. Make new sequence 2. Set video settings. 3. Go to "Tracks" tab 4.
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Footage shot at 95.9 fps, best way to playback real-time in a 23.976 time aside from 400% speed
by Michael Lewis 4 years ago
I have some aerial footage that was shot on an Epic at 95.9fps with a project framerate of 23.976. I want to have this footage play back at real-time speed. Obviously the easy thing to do would be to
Re: Footage shot at 95.9 fps, best way to playback real-time in a 23.976 time aside from 400% speed
by Michael Lewis 4 years ago
I should also add that I am using Premiere CC, and that also "interpreting" the footage as 95.9 yields the same result as 400% speed.
Failed QC due to dropped frames. 29.97 in a 23.98 timeline. Will Teranex 2d fix my problem?
by Michael Lewis 4 years ago
I am currently working with stock footage from films whose editing timebase was 23.976. My timeline is also 23.976. The problem is, the film master contains shots that I know were either shot at 29.97
Re: Failed QC due to dropped frames. 29.97 in a 23.98 timeline. Will Teranex 2d fix my problem?
by Michael Lewis 4 years ago
UPDATE: At the above settings, the Teranex gives me an identical copy of my original footage. Is there any alternative setting that might give me some kind of advanced motion compensated frame interpo
OT: Converting 29.97 to 24p? And the repercussions of doing so?
by Neil Goodman 5 years ago
Hello, not necessarily an NLE specific question but you guys all know your stuff here and is the best resource on the net imo. I have just received two Ep's of a show. Normally these are 2 camera shoo
Re: OT: Converting 29.97 to 24p? And the repercussions of doing so?
by Michael Lewis 4 years ago
I'm working on a tv episode made all from stock footage. Most of it is from films whose editing timebase was 23.976. My timeline is also 23.976. The problem is, the film masters contains shots that I
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