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Paul Hanssen

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February 20th 2011
23 Posts
exporting from FCPX to IZOTOPE RX6 issue
by Paul Hanssen 3 years ago
Hi When I import my footage to FCPX I get a dual mono file, with the files I can edit independently. But when I import the same file to RX6 I only get one file I cannot edit them independently!! This
Re: exporting from FCPX to IZOTOPE RX6 issue
by Jeff Kirkland 3 years ago
If you ask RX 6 to load a two channel file it's going to show them to you as stereo. You can either a) just export a new mono file with the channel you need to repair from FCPX or b) select the channe
Ideal Blu Ray settings for large projection in FCPX
by Paul Hanssen 5 years ago
Hi, I have to make a blu ray disk for a projection in an art house cinema. Does anyone know which settings are ideal I can use the standard settings but perhaps I can set them manually in FCPX for hig
Re: Ideal Blu Ray settings for large projection in FCPX
by Bret Williams 5 years ago
Same interface options that was is FCP 7 Compressor 3 too. Almost exactly.
Missing file, please!
by Paul Hanssen 5 years ago
I have a file which plays well on the import screen, but every time I import it form the sd card and it is in the library, it is shown as a missing file and is completely black. I really don't know ho
Re: Missing file, please!
by Paul Hanssen 5 years ago
Hello Noah, I did that.. Never had any problems of the kind... Paul
white balance settings
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
I tested my location for a documentary. I found the white balance settings varied between 4000 en 4800 K. Is it save to put it at an average of 4400K. Will it be noticeable thanks Paul
Re: white balance settings
by Guy McLoughlin 7 years ago
From what you describe, setting your camera to 4400K should produce fine results. Most of the time you will be setting the final color mix in post when you are editing, so as long as you are relativel
Canon c100 and canonlo gamma at 1600 iso
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
Hello, I read somewhere that Canon Log gamma doesn't work beyond 850 asa. I did some location testing and found out that 1600 asa is ideal for the location and my dof. But is it still wise to use it a
Re: Canon c100 and canonlo gamma at 1600 iso
by Bill Magac 7 years ago
There is a chart on page 8 of the EOS C100 brochure showing that the default 850 ISO is the "base sensitivity" for Canon log. The chart indicates you can keep a wide dynamic range up to ISO 20000. Bel
ideal documentary assistance light
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
Ok, I am about to start a documentary in a nursery home where there is mostly coming enough day light .... from one side .. and I will need a light which can be used either as a fill (next to a window
Re: ideal documentary assistance light
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
yeah, nursing home .. ah I improved my english ;-) Thanks
Fluorescent
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
I have to light An interview with just the torso wait up. I want to light it with two flolights. I think two with two fluorescent lamps will do. I also might need one as a fill in a documentary set up
Re: Fluorescent
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
Thanks For the insightfull post Bill Paul
HD projection
by Paul Hanssen 7 years ago
Hello, A client needs the film I made for projection by a beamer. What is the best export setting i can choose herefor In FCPX Best regards Paul
Re: HD projection
by Daniel Thomson 7 years ago
Thank you, another term to impress my clients with - seriously, do we know what kind of beamer, lumens, aspect ratio etc. Dan Dan Thomson - Media Producer --------------------------- www.imagevideo.ca
Final Cut X - cannot burn DVD
by Jim Reed 8 years ago
Recently installed FCP X. I cannot burn a DVD when sending it out. I am able to send it out as a mov or any format. I then send the mov to DVD SP for burning. I have spoken with Apple several times an
Re: Final Cut X - cannot burn DVD
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
Hi, I have the same problem after burning quite a lot of dvd's. But where is this 4 gig bucket Thanks, Paul
muddles soun in compound clip and after exporting
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
When I export my film from fcpx the sound suddenly lowers in quality in the export file. I haven't had this before. The quality lessens considerably. The same happens when I create a compound clip. On
Re: muddles soun in compound clip and after exporting
by Richard Herd 8 years ago
There's a lot of details to wade through: A list of all the preference details is needed and also all the media types and audio types. Sometimes X will create the file based on the first clip you drop
muddled sound in in compound clip and withe exporting
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
When I export my film from fcpx the sound suddenly lowers in quality in the export file. I haven't had this before. The quality lessens considerably. The same happens when I create a compound clip. On
Re: muddled sound in in compound clip and withe exporting
by Richard Herd 8 years ago
Please note there is an FCPX Techniques forum next door.
sound becomes muddled after exporting from FCPX
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
When I export my film from fcpx the sound suddenly lowers in quality in the export file. I haven't had this before. The quality lessens considerably. Does anyone know why Thanks, Paul
Re: sound becomes muddled after exporting from FCPX
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
Thanks, But that is not of much help of course :-) But I do like working in FCPX, but I must admit, it does have it;s deficiencies. I really hope that will change soon, because I really like to edit i
setting clip length in exporting
by Paul Hanssen 8 years ago
I'm trying to export a clip in FCPX. The length of the exported clip is way to long however. There is a terrible to of black at the end.I don't know how to reset it. There is also a hatched area in th
Re: setting clip length in exporting
by Bret Williams 8 years ago
Unless of course you've got something connected to that slug. In which case the super intelligent FCP X will delete that for you too, because obviously that was your intention. :) Can of course trim i
birds flying under the text in the skye???
by Paul Hanssen 9 years ago
I have a video of some birds flying in the sky. (the cam was put on it's back with the lens pointing at the sky and the birds flying over it) what i want, is to write a text in the sky and have the bi
Re: birds flying under the text in the skye???
by John Cuevas 9 years ago
If the camera is locked down you could try using a differnce matte. It's really a long shot, but I've managed to make it work on a few occassions. Johnny Cuevas, Editor
1920 x 1080 and 1280 x 720
by Frank Giardina 9 years ago
Hi... I'm not sure how it happened, but while on a shoot, some of my footage is 1280 x 720.... everything else is what I normally have 1920 x 1080. Not sure what to do. Do I just enlarge it like 50% o
Re: 1920 x 1080 and 1280 x 720
by Paul Hanssen 9 years ago
Well, I've made some mistake by recording 1280x720, while most of the project was recorded on 1920x1080. What does upscaling to 1920 here mean; will it add extra pixels I can show the film on al large
rendering format hdtv
by Paul Hanssen 9 years ago
Hello, To which format should I render for HDTV (via an apple Imac ) thanks, Paul P.S. I need a good understandable source for learning how to render for best results. Any suggestions
Re: rendering format hdtv
by Ann Bens 9 years ago
That depends on the media. BluRay, DVD, Media Player or even a pc connected to a HD TV or Projector.
exporting from premiere for projection viewing
by Paul Hanssen 9 years ago
Hi, Which export settings are best for projecting a 1080 x 1920 picture for viewing projected on a screen I'm working with a canon d7, so the editing format is H264. Do you have any suggestions for se
Re: exporting from premiere for projection viewing
by Vince Becquiot 9 years ago
Hi Paul, Resolution and frame rate should be kept to sequence setting. The bit rate can be anywhere from 8 MB s and up, depending on how much motion noise there is in the footage and how much processi
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