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Mike Gill

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January 26th 2011
9 Posts
time to switch to Adobe?
by Trevor Ward 8 years ago
Adobe is offering 50% off it's production packages if you are switching from FCP or AVID. Seems pretty attractive. I've been using FC since 2005. I've got a few projects that are still being edited. I
Re: time to switch to Adobe?
by Mike Gill 8 years ago
"I'm not sure why Premier got stuck with such a bum rap, especially since AE and PS are so highly rated." That's what I never could understand. Adobe obviously produces great software in design. I cou
New MacBook Pro and CS5
by Ron Pestes 8 years ago
I have been doing some research and it appears the new MacBook Pro does not have a video card that will support the Mercury engine. Is this true Will I have to get a PC laptop to run it That would mea
Re: New MacBook Pro and CS5
by Mike Gill 8 years ago
I would agree that the Lenovo is a winner of the two. I also hear ADK and Sager are other choices http: www.youtube.com watch v=k8JpdND--g8 http: www.youtube.com watch v=OIG3wpSljcQ On side not anyone
Recommendation on how to use my HDTV for use with color correction
by Mike Gill 9 years ago
Basically I was looking for advice on how to best use my setup to view how my edited videos in CS5 video will appear on NTSC tvs I have a Sony Vaio laptop and near it is my 32 Panasonic LCD 720p tv. I
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Mike Gill liked this 9 years ago
Re: Recommendation on how to use my HDTV for use with color correction
by Brian Louis 9 years ago
To get the proper color you would have to calibrate the tv and use a device to output a proper tv signal like a Matrox Mini MX02, BlackMagicDesign(requires USB3), or Intensity Pro, AJA also has device
[Weddings]How many hours of footage do you shoot?
by Mike Gill 9 years ago
I was kind of wondering how many hours of footage do you guys typical have when you shoot weddings When it comes down to editing what type of log are you looking at How many hours I'm sure this varies
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Ryan Jarmon liked this 9 years ago
Re: [Weddings]How many hours of footage do you shoot?
by Mark Goldberg 9 years ago
I use two cams, a master and a wide POV. The master and POV run continuously for the ceremony. If it is a Catholic wedding, figure each gets one hour at the ceremony location, and the master gets anot
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