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Roberto Etcheverry

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June 4th 2009
23 Posts
Converting 720p material to 1080i... feasible?
by Roberto Etcheverry 5 years ago
Hope this is the correct subforum for this. I'm editing a music video on premiere pro CC, footage consists of 1080p footage from a canon 5D mark II, 4k footage from a phantom 3 and an inspire 1 drone,
Re: Converting 720p material to 1080i... feasible?
by David Baud 5 years ago
I would convert 720p to 1080p in Premiere Pro using a CUDA GPU card. This should give you some very good result. Obviously not seeing your original footage, it will be hard for us to tell if this is "
Livetype text animation without livetype
by Roberto Etcheverry 6 years ago
Greetings from Venezuela. I'll ask the short version of my question first, I have a video with some livetype text I need to edit and don't have livetype (I have FCP 7 and after effects if it helps), a
Re: Livetype text animation without livetype
by David Roth Weiss 6 years ago
Livetype can be found on your old FCP 6 disc, and you can install it along with FCP 7. Or, at least you used to be able to - I'm not sure how the newer OSs affect it. David Roth Weiss Director Editor
Visually matching position in different layers
by Roberto Etcheverry 6 years ago
Greetings from Venezuela. I'm currently working on a pseudo-timelapse of a building construction, the way we do it is that a base is placed somewhere where it won't be moved (this particular time is o
Re: Visually matching position in different layers
by Michael Szalapski 6 years ago
I believe Photoshop has a batch feature that would align your images with each other and leave them as layers in Photoshop. You could then import that PSD into AE. - The Great Szalam (The 'Great' stan
Something like jibjab.com in real time
by Roberto Etcheverry 7 years ago
Not sure if this was the right place to ask, but was the closest I could find in these forums so here goes. Where I work one of the things we do is organize all sorts of events, from big concerts to b
Re: Something like jibjab.com in real time
by Mark Suszko 7 years ago
There are various ways to do this, but I imagine you want to do it in realtime or as close to realtime as possible. Anyway, probably the easiest thing to do is to set up a greenscreen wall, with littl
Using a gopro hero3 black's wifi for live video
by Roberto Etcheverry 8 years ago
Where I work we just got a gopro hero 3 black (well, waiting for delivery), and we're thinking of different ways to do it. One thing we'd like to see if it's possible is to use the wifi as a way to st
Re: Using a gopro hero3 black's wifi for live video
by Jim Brown 8 years ago
I got one to play with a couple of weeks ago. I wanted the remote viewing in order to frame shots for video and for a menu to set it up. Here is what I found: 1. Range. I can go about 4 meters to my i
Need to import footage (stored on dvds) into fcpx - is this possible???
by Vincent D'Angelis 8 years ago
hi - & thank you in advance for your help - a potential client wants me to do a huge editing project, but all of his home movie footage is on dvds & VHS tapes - how do you import footage from dvds, &
Re: Need to import footage (stored on dvds) into fcpx - is this possible???
by Roberto Etcheverry 8 years ago
Mpeg streamclip will take care of your DVDs (I use it all the time for that). Just use open disc, point it to your DVD, save as QuickTime and select from the drop down list dv dvcpro NTSC and you shou
any way to automate error handling on overnight renders?
by Roberto Etcheverry 8 years ago
First of all, sorry for any spelling mistakes, typing this from my phone. So here goes. I work doing mostly institutional videos, and it's not uncommon for them to be over 20 minutes long with lots of
Re: any way to automate error handling on overnight renders?
by Nick Meyers 8 years ago
yeah, good idea. i'd always place these bakes on a new track OVER the existing work, so you don't have to fish around in case of any revisions. rendering as you go is a good thing, too, like on lunch
Multi camera editing of live events... is there an easier way?
by Roberto Etcheverry 8 years ago
Greetings. Part of my job is to edit concerts or other live events recorded with multiple cameras.... and invariably I always end up yelling and cursing at the cameramen that do cuts with no apparent
Re: Multi camera editing of live events... is there an easier way?
by Mike Jeffs 8 years ago
Another Idea, If you are working with tape based cameras and they can be timecode sync, then when you are ingesting your tapes each time the camera starts and stops act as if its a sepreate camera ang
Multiple monitor video
by Roberto Etcheverry 10 years ago
Greetings. I have a project that needs several different videos being displayed on several (4 to begin with) plasma screens, and they form a single image (like a video wall) so they need to be synchro
Re: Multiple monitor video
by Thomas Leong 10 years ago
Hi, You could have a look at the freeware Multiscreener from zachpoff.com (Mac and Windows versions available; read their readme; seems to deal only with Quicktime files); or a hardware solution like
Automatic color correction?
by Roberto Etcheverry 10 years ago
Ok, here's the thing. Where I work we're doing a little series pilot to start selling around, since it's a pilot we can't really hire more people until it's sold so basically I've been doing all the e
Re: Automatic color correction?
by matthew bradshaw 10 years ago
Dave, I was trying to being sarcastic. What I meant to say was that using a grey card like you suggest is a great thing to do and at one time, not so long ago would also have been the obvious thing to
Real time deformation
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
Greetings. I'm looking for a way to make real time deformations and cutouts live. Basically this is for events with giant screens, and what we're trying to do is to grab an image (usually trough firew
Re: Real time deformation
by Walter Soyka 11 years ago
Roberto Etcheverry "I'm looking for a way to make real time deformations and cutouts live. Basically this is for events with giant screens, and what we're trying to do is to grab an image (usually tr
1080p doesn't look smooth.. help?
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
Greetings. Not too long ago my boss bought a Canon EOS 5D camera to start shooting in 1080p, our previous hdv experience was limited to 1080i sony cameras. We did a couple of commercials with it, main
Re: 1080p doesn't look smooth.. help?
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
Few things I forgot to address in my previous post (can you edit your posts here ) I have another issue (I'll probably post another thread about it) that may be rolling shutter artifact, sometimes a f
Compressor created .mov-1
by John Lawrence 11 years ago
I'm exporting sd video via compressor in H.264 streaming and compressor makes .mov-1 which won't upload. I remember people had this happen couple of years ago but can't remember solution and can't fin
Re: Compressor created .mov-1
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
It usually creates them automatically when you're saving it to a FAT 32 formatted partition and the filesize exceeds 2 gigabytes.
Using 1080i footage on 480i sequence
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
Greetings. I'm having a bit of a problem. I'm currently doing a video that's basically a visual recap of the work done in the last 5 years by this state's governor, so I'm using video from all kind of
Re: Using 1080i footage on 480i sequence
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
This is a little late, but just to let you all know that I found a way around it, so that anyone with the same problem can try it. Basically I had a lot of 1080i footage mixed in, some of it digitized
Problems with SDI out
by Roberto Etcheverry 11 years ago
Greetings from Venezuela Not sure if this is the correct forum for this, but here goes. Where I work I'm trying to get SDI output from a datavideo se-800, but when I plug it on a SDI capable monitor i
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