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Video editor and motion graphics, have been since 1997. I LOVE what I do! And that's pretty rare in this world. My wife's jealous.
Member Since:
December 20th 2004
35 Posts
Location:
Charlotte, NC
Audio and Composite Video Patch Panels
by Peter Baker 5 years ago
Audio and Composite Patch Panels for sale. Includes assorted patch cables, remote control unit for video deck BVR-55 and 2 B&W Sony PVM-97 Monitors. All in good working order. Located on Clanton Rd. i
APHEX 124A Audio Interfaces
by Peter Baker 5 years ago
2 for sale. In good working order. Make offer. Located off Clanton Rd. in Charlotte, NC Your knowledge is very much appreciated. -- Peter Baker
Using Stock Footage - no copies / one showing
by Peter Baker 8 years ago
Does anyone know the usage rights permissions on using stock footage from YouTube for a sales presentation We are using a commercial song because no copies will be made and it will be shown once. Your
Re: Using Stock Footage - no copies / one showing
by Steve Eisen 8 years ago
I completely overlooked your post. I read the first and scrolled to the bottom. Sorry. Steve Eisen Eisen Video Productions Vice President Chicago Final Cut Pro Users Group
Premiere Pro CS5 - Label source clip markers?!!! Just like in FCP7
by Peter Baker 8 years ago
Hey, All. I've just begun my transition from FCP7 to Premiere Pro CS5. I want to log a clip, so I load a clip into the Source Monitor, see a good take and add a marker (the shortcut is *). There's no
Re: Premiere Pro CS5 - Label source clip markers?!!! Just like in FCP7
by Megan Toth 7 years ago
I am stuck with CS 5.5 but I think CS 6 has fixed this problem. However for those of us with an older version, one slightly roundabout way I've found of labeling or adding comments to your clips is to
Animating Stills in FCP Studio 2 - Wavy watery look HELLLLLLLP!
by Toni Carey 11 years ago
Hi Everyone, I'm having a heck of a time animating some stills for a slideshow I'm doing in FCP Studio 2. What's making me crazy is that I've done tons of slideshow animations in FCP and NEVER had thi
Re: Animating Stills in FCP Studio 2 - Wavy watery look HELLLLLLLP!
by Peter Baker 11 years ago
Well, thank you sir. It feels great to get good feedback from guys in the industry. And good luck on Motion! Here's a quick tour of what you need to do: Use File Browser to see what file you need (upp
Type transition
by Peter Baker 13 years ago
To all motion artists, I'm attempting to get a nice, smooth type transition using a high contrast motion matte "inside" for the transition. Below you'll find the link with the effect. It occurs approx
Re: Type transition
by Peter Baker 13 years ago
Great! This is all good for me. I will give all of these a try. - Peter
FCP and Render problems
by Peter Baker 14 years ago
I have FCP 5.0 and I was putting together a 13-minute project. I have a 500 Gb drive for my video capture and a 10,000rpm 75Gb internal drive for my renders. I decided this allocation because of the s
FantasDICK allies
by DICK 14 years ago
well this isn't realy a demo reel, but i couldn't find a better forum to post. this is a amateur snowboard movie made by me and some friends of mine for a european amateur film contest called filmup (
Re: FantasDICK allies
by Peter Baker 14 years ago
It's goofy but fun. What you should do is approach the FUEL network. I think they would eat that up. However, you probably would have to ease up on the dick references for cable. But give it a try! --
Compositing / Motion Graphics Reel
by Joey Korenman 14 years ago
I posted my reel a while ago and got a TON of great comments. Here's the latest rendition. Let me know what y'all think It's under the "Reel" section of my site. http: www.joeysleftbrain.com THANKS! j
Re: Compositing / Motion Graphics Reel
by Peter Baker 14 years ago
It played fine on my computer. Very smooth, and sorry, but it WAS quicktime. It is a really nice reel, and I especially enjoyed the way you put the green screen side by side with the composite. Excell
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