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craig slattery

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FCPX slow burn
by craig slattery 4 years ago
My colleague cut these in FCPX for six group six. Flaming Lips live at the BBC http: www.youtube.com watch v=yOkBvGVg1tA http: www.youtube.com watch v=r_RK6fA15No http: www.youtube.com watch v=3udc9p1
Re: FCPX slow burn
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Thanks Marcus, but I can't take credit for the JJ Abrams special, that was produced by BBC Scotland.
Bold Statement Warning!
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Iam cutting a 1 2hour doco for television. 12 day edit, 18 contributors, actuality, over 700 clips EVERYTHING shot 3 cameras, even the PTCs shot 3 cameras. C300, Canon 5D MKIII, DV25 (stylistic choice
Re: Smart Alec Comment Warning!
by John Davidson 4 years ago
Interesting. What's the monthly rental cost for FCPX again John Davidson President Creative Director Magic Feather Inc.
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Danny Boyle: Man of Wonder - Extended
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Wednesday 8th, 11:20pm BBC Two. The "The Guardian - Pick of the day". 60 min extended version. Cut in FCPX, 26 day scheduled but cut in 22. If you missed the half hour this hour version is really wort
Re: Danny Boyle: Man of Wonder - Extended
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Grade in color, Audio in Protools.
Thoughts from an Apple Fanboi
by John Davidson 4 years ago
There are so many competing philosophies going on regarding the cloud issue popping up. As a relative early adopter of FCPX, Apple fanboi, etc., maybe some of you will consider these thoughts interest
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Re: Thoughts from an Apple Fanboi
by Charlie Austin 4 years ago
John Davidson "I actually have physical pain when I see 7 now. I wasn't kidding when I said I'd probably cry if I had to use it again. Poor souls indeed." Actually, I'm the poor soul. Due to the fact
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craig slattery liked this 4 years ago
One Year Later, what do pro/broadcast FCPX users say about jumping from FCS3/ FCP7 to FCPX now?
by Mark Suszko 4 years ago
It's been about a year since I last considered migrating our shop's editing platforms. A year ago I could say that X was missing things we enjoyed in 7 and so it wasn't in the running at our shop, whi
Re: One Year Later, what do pro/broadcast FCPX users say about jumping from FCS3/ FCP7 to FCPX now?
by Chris Lehmann 4 years ago
Reading the responses in this thread makes me wonder why many video pros I talk to still scrunch up their face at any mention of FCPX. I was talking to some video guys at a conference a few weeks back
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craig slattery liked this 4 years ago
Yesterday, for the first time, just for a while, I found myself wishing I had FCPX
by Derek Andonian 4 years ago
Yes, you read that right. It only lasted a while, and FCPX as a whole is still not my cup of tea, but there are parts of it- namely, the "multiple in and out areas per clip" feature that have become v
Re: Yesterday, for the first time, just for a while, I found myself wishing I had FCPX
by Bill Davis 4 years ago
Just as a thought exercise, here's how I'd approach it in X. Lay the base video into the primary. (Range select it and hit W) If you want the whole thing, your base edit is done in one click drag and
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craig slattery liked this 4 years ago
my god would you look at those keyframe temporal acceleration curves
by Aindreas Gallagher 4 years ago
while we wait for the adobe elves to deliver Neo - AKA - FCP8, I've been pushing more stuff through CS6 to get el brain in gear. and my good god but I have missed adobe's abilities when it comes to ke
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Re: my god would you look at those keyframe temporal acceleration curves
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Too confusing for my little brain.
An Interesting observation
by craig slattery 4 years ago
This past week I have been inundated with calls from a number of directors that Ive worked with in the past, now working on other productions, asking technical questions about editing in FCPX. It appe
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Re: An Interesting observation
by Nikolas Bäurle 4 years ago
By using FCPX the director assembles his rough, gives the event and project to an editor who continues working in X. We use this method at Promiflash in Berlin, our producers assemble their stories du
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FCPX proving to be very fast
by craig slattery 4 years ago
The end of week one, cutting a half hour special for The Culture Show BBC Two. FCPX is proving to be incredibly fast, we have finished the first week of the edit a day early. We started with 900GB of
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Re: FCPX proving to be very fast
by Nikolas Bäurle 4 years ago
FCPX will establish itself as a great software. These discussions remind me of the time back in 2001 when I decided to start using FCP 2.0. At the time I was working for one of Germany's top commercia
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Clips in the primary have a drop shadow.
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Ive just noticed that two clips in my primary story line have a drop shadow. At a glance the two clips stand out, can anyone explain
Re: Clips in the primary have a drop shadow.
by craig slattery 4 years ago
craig slattery "At a glance the two clips stand out, can anyone explain "
10.0.6 a significant turning point.
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Apologies in advance, I won't bore the creative cows on this thread every time I cut broadcast TV in X. That said, next week on 'The Culture Show' 50% of the program was cut in FCPX 10.0.6, including
Re: 10.0.6 a significant turning point.
by Keith Koby 4 years ago
We are putting events and projects on the san using san locations. The media itself is elsewhere, centrally located, on the san and the option to copy the media into the event on import is turned off.
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FCPX in action
by craig slattery 4 years ago
The Culture Show, Wednesday 10pm BBC Two 10 October 2012. This episode will contain to the best of my knowledge the very first item cut at the BBC Production Village in FCPX and will screen nationally
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Re: FCPX in action
by Jeremy Garchow 4 years ago
What I find funny is that we have a story of FCPX being used in broadcast for a program airing on the BBC, yet Craig is being told how it won't work for him because of what you read about how FCPX wor
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Multicam fine cutting
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Can anyone help Cutting a two camera interview in Multicam. The sync has been cut, the content of the interview I'm happy with. The cuts back and forth between interviewer and interviewee are in the r
Re: Multicam fine cutting
by craig slattery 4 years ago
Bret Williams "However, if you expand the audio you'll see the audio keeps it's ins outs and moves with the video. turn down the audio for that clip and roll out the audio from the previous clip to k
Tedious track based editing
by craig slattery 4 years ago
This evening I completed a six week edit for Sky, cutting in legacy FCP and can I just say, having only played with FCPX I now find the old track based editing in FCP, Avid and the other one, a bit of
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Re: Tedious track based editing
by Chris Harlan 4 years ago
craig slattery "David Lawrence "I wouldn't hold my breath ;)" Only time will tell. But Im very rarely wrong." Well, heavens to Betsy! Nice to meet ya. I, personally, am rarely very wrong, though it h
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