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Stephen Deaver

Member Since:
January 16th 2009
12 Posts
Editor needed
by kell ramos 10 years ago
I need an editor who understands motion graphic transitions and sound mixing in the timeline. We are a start up company with a small budget for this work right now. Need 2-3 minute segments edited for
Re: Editor needed
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
Greetings ... I'm a midwest-based editor interested in your project. Please check out my website and contact me if you'd like to talk about this or another project. http: www.stephendeaver.com Thanks!
Drop Frame TC question for deliverables
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
I have a deliverables list that requires an HD master to have bars tone from 00:58:00:00 to 00:59:00:00 and program start at 01:00:00:00. But the deliverables also call for a NTSC drop frame tc versio
Re: Drop Frame TC question for deliverables
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
That's what I'll have to do. The HD version is required to be 23.98 psf, the NTSC version is required to be drop frame ... and they're supposed to be frame accurate. This isn't the first time I've got
SERIOUS P2 Transfer Data Corruption Issues.
by Kevin Brusie 10 years ago
I just added the 170 and shot my first job with it. I tested workflows and after problems with G4 Powerbook crashing during transfer using using ShotPut Pro... being told NOT to use drag & drop, and u
Re: SERIOUS P2 Transfer Data Corruption Issues.
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
I encountered this exact same problem recently (the corruption looks just like the frames posted). Using a PC laptop with XP, transferring from the PCMCIA slot to external hard drive using USB. Footag
EDL for re-scanning 35mm feature that was edited in 29.97
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
Here's the situation. The feature was shot on 35mm and telecined onto digibeta tapes. The original editor captured footage into FCP as 29.97 quicktime files. They were never converted to 23.98. The ti
Re: EDL for re-scanning 35mm feature that was edited in 29.97
by Stephen Deaver 10 years ago
That's a great question. I believe the lab is going to try to match by scanning the same first frame. But I don't really know about the process on their end. If things end up a bit off, included handl
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