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Thomas Kirsch

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September 16th 2010
20 Posts
Splitting Video into clips automatically
by Thomas Kirsch 6 years ago
I captured about 1 h of video from a camcorder. How can I split that video into individual clips automatically in Final Cut Pro X
Re: Splitting Video into clips automatically
by Gretta Wing Miller 6 years ago
Well, you can't. But you can use the skimmer to quickly select each clip and hit F for Favorite. Then with the Browser in List view, all those Favorites will be listed. rename each of them--easiest to
Output Multiple Timelines/Projects/Sequences
by Thomas Kirsch 9 years ago
In Final Cut Pro 7, I can have multiple sequences in one single project. The sequences in one project could have different settings. I could add chapter makers at the beginning of each sequence. Then
Re: Output Multiple Timelines/Projects/Sequences
by Tim Snider 9 years ago
Wow. Thanks for the heads up. Seems like a pretty big step backwards for Apple FCP. I'm in the process of evaluation. T Tim Snider Deja View Media, Inc. www.dejaviewmedia.com
Export Apple ProRes 422 HQ To HS-HDC700
by Thomas Kirsch 9 years ago
The video was recorded on a Panasonic HS-HDC700 in 1920x1080 60p. For convenient editing in FPC, I converted the video to 1080x1920 29.97pfs Apple ProRes (HQ). My goal was to output the edited movie i
Re: Export Apple ProRes 422 HQ To HS-HDC700
by Rafael Amador 9 years ago
Hi Thomas, IF I m not wrong, there is a PANASONIC plugin that lets you deal with 1080p60 50 stuff. There is as well a PANA plugin that lets you export back to the AVCHD. Use the search, or ask Jeremy
LHi Audio Capture Volume Unusually Low
by Thomas Kirsch 9 years ago
I am using the Kona LHi Capture Card to capture video at 1080i resolution. I connect to the capture card via the breakout cable. In between the breakout cable and the playback device (VCR or camcorder
Re: LHi Audio Capture Volume Unusually Low
by Thomas Kirsch 9 years ago
Thank you Jeremy for all of your responses. My sources do not have volume meters. All in all I thought I was just missing a configuration setting in the Kona control panel since the sound volume was s
Removing Horizontal Bands Embedded on VHS Video
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
I need to capture video recorded on VHS Tape in the early 1990s using a VHS based camcorder. I am using a Kona3 Card and Final Cut Pro for video capture. Unfortunately some of the video on the VHS has
Re: Removing Horizontal Bands Embedded on VHS Video
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
This is NTSC video. It looks just as bad in black and white.
Capturing with Kona LHi From Panasonic HDC-HS700
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
I am trying to capture video (recorded in 1080 60p AVCHD) from a Panasonic HDC-HS700 in Final Cut Pro 7 using a Kona LHi card. I do not get any video signal in the AJA control panel using either Mini-
Re: Capturing with Kona LHi From Panasonic HDC-HS700
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
Thank you Jeremy for your suggestions. I have tried Clipwrap and was able to import the wrapped clips into Final Cut Pro. Playback of the wrapped clips looked good, but after a few seconds could not b
Kona LHi Captures Only Mono Audio
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
I connected the left and right channel out of my camcorder to the analogue channels 1 & 2 in of the Kona LHi breakout cable. When I capture, I get 8 channels of mono. My camera outputs stereo, so I wo
Re: Kona LHi Captures Only Mono Audio
by Thomas Kirsch 10 years ago
Thank you for your response. I found the selection in the audio video tab of the log and capture window and am now able to capture stereo sound. Previously I was (unsuccessfully) looking for this sett
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