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Sil Bia

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October 25th 2012
13 Posts
C100 on premiere Pro CORRECT WORKFLOW - upper or progressive?
by Sil Bia 10 months ago
Hi guys I need to edit some Canon C100 footage in Premiere Pro. My timeline is set (and needs to be set) on Apple Pro Res LT Progressive - as that's my output and also because footage from other, prog
Re: C100 on premiere Pro CORRECT WORKFLOW - upper or progressive?
by Sil Bia 10 months ago
Hello Mark Thanks for your reply :) It makes total sense to interpret the footage as progressive but: I am not importing directly from the rushes as Premiere seems to be unstable with MTS files -and I
CUDA driver on 2010 MacBookPro? Any issue reported?
by Sil Bia 1 year ago
Hi all I've been asked to install a CUDA driver on my old MacBookPro (mid 2010) I7 2.66Ghz, 4GB ram, NVIDIA GeForce GT330M 512MB, OS 10.9.5. I am a bit worried as I am running a lot of old software th
PAL - SECAM formats
by Sil Bia 2 years ago
Hi Guys! I am shooting with an old German Metz VHS-C PAL video camera; I am running out of tapes and I have found some new tapes VHS-C PAL SECAM. Do you think the format is somehow compatible with my
Re: PAL - SECAM formats
by Andrew Rendell 2 years ago
The difference between PAL and SECAM is the way the colour information is encoded in the composite signal. That's done by the camera, not the tape. If the tape is marked VHS-C PAL SECAM then it's fair
Pro Res 422HQ renders of my feature film render too dark!
by Terence Nance 5 years ago
I need some urgent help. I just received the reels of my first feature film back from a reputable color correction house in NYC for delivery to a huge film fest. I am tasked with rendering out final r
Re: Pro Res 422HQ renders of my feature film render too dark!
by Sil Bia 4 years ago
Uh quite simple finally, it looks fine exporting with "quicktime movie" instead of "using quck time conversion". Cool, I was just using the wrong export.
Captions - duration
by Sil Bia 4 years ago
Hi all I need to edit some captions on a documentary for cinema tv distribution. I am now wondering if there is any standard about the lenght of captions; of course every caption needs to stay on scee
Re: Captions - duration
by Sil Bia 4 years ago
Yea, I'll keep them about 7", as we have lots of infos on screen (subtitles too). Thank you all :) !
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