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Edwin Street

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October 5th 2012
50 Posts
A question about DV-PAL DVD resolution
by Edwin Street 9 months ago
Why is DV-PAL 768x576 but as soon as you burn it to DVD it becomes 720x576. I only just realised this recently but have no idea why
Re: A question about DV-PAL DVD resolution
by Damien Molineaux 8 months ago
Hi, If my try to explain more precisely. SD digital standards, in both PAL and NTSC use non square pixels. - For PAL 4:3 it's 720x576 and upon screening the image is stretched to 768x720, pixel aspect
Using MPEG Streamclip to make DNxHD Proxies for Avid
by Jeremy Logan 3 years ago
Hello, I shot on the c100 mark ii and used the Atomos Ninja 2 External Recorder. I want to send proxy footage to Media Composer 8 so I'm trying to compress transcode the large ProRes 422 MOVs into sma
Re: Using MPEG Streamclip to make DNxHD Proxies for Avid
by Edwin Street 3 years ago
No need to transcode ProRes422 files to DNxHD. Just skip this step and edit with ProRes422 files. That's what they were made for. You're just making things more complicated for yourself transcoding fr
Can FCP7 edit ProRes422HQ 48FPS?
by Edwin Street 4 years ago
Whenever I set my codec to a custom frame rate of 48 it comes up with this error message: The only options are 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60. I want to shoot and edit in 48FPS in FCP7 if its
Re: Can FCP7 edit ProRes422HQ 48FPS?
by Edwin Street 4 years ago
Shane Ross "Conform a 48FPS clip No...you don't do that. You want a sequence that matches that 48fps clip, do you not You want to shoot and edit 48fps...right Or are you wanting to slow that down to
Should I render these projects in 10-bit YUV or RGB?
by Richard Doyle 4 years ago
Hi, I'd really appreciate your opinion on the following please. For years and years, I've been editing weddings in Final Cut Pro 7. The timeline setting is Apple Pro Res 422 LT 1920x1080 25p 48kHz. Th
Re: Should I render these projects in 10-bit YUV or RGB?
by Edwin Street 4 years ago
I've done a bit of researched and found this video that will answer your question: https: www.youtube.com watch v=mUTT3HCBaMQ
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Why do I have to render a ProRes clip in a ProRes timeline?
by Edwin Street 4 years ago
I've just made the jump from FCP7 and usually I can just drop a ProRes 422HQ clip into a ProRes 422HQ sequence and not have to render. When I do the same in Premiere Pro I get a yellow render bar, and
Re: Why do I have to render a ProRes clip in a ProRes timeline?
by Edwin Street 4 years ago
I did find a solution. Closing the timeline and reopening it, seems to fix the bug.
exporting 16:9 in final cut (old school problem)
by Ricky Barnes 5 years ago
Hi: I know most of you are years beyond this issue, so hopefully, you can dig deep into your memory banks. I'm finishing an SD project (long story). I shot it in 16:9, edited in 16:9, and now, when I
Re: exporting 16:9 in final cut (old school problem)
by Edwin Street 5 years ago
Final Cut Pro 6 has always had this problem as long as I can remember. Apple fixed it in version 7. This is how you get around the problem: 1) Open the exported file in QuickTime Pro 2) Press Command+
Why does SD look better when shot in HD and down-scaled to SD?
by Edwin Street 5 years ago
I heard this a few years ago that shooting HD and down-scaling it so SD will always provide better quality than just shooting in SD in the first place.
Re: Why does SD look better when shot in HD and down-scaled to SD?
by David Roth Weiss 5 years ago
First, that's an oversimplification - more accurately stated, it CAN look better, but only in certain circumstances. There are, or were, many different DV cameras marketed during the industry's DV sta
Compressor 4: When do I select Reverse Telecine?
by Edwin Street 5 years ago
Is there a chart somewhere that could show me when to use Reverse Telecine and when not to. For example: 50i to 60i 30p to 25p 50i to 30p I've never really understood when to use it Is it only for whe
Re: Compressor 4: When do I select Reverse Telecine?
by Edwin Street 5 years ago
Thanks John and Shane for your simultaneous responses. ;) That's cleared things up. On the topic of standard conversion, how does Compressor 4 do it I'm converting 30p to 25p. I've read that when we w
Importing 4k to FCP 7
by Paul South 5 years ago
I have video from a RED ONE that was shot in 4.5k. I want to edit it in Final Cut 7. How do I properly convert this footage to edit in FCP 7 so I can revert it back to 4k for coloring in post and not
Re: Importing 4k to FCP 7
by Edwin Street 5 years ago
There is no limit to the resolution FCP7 can handle. I've heard this many times that FCP7 handles up to maximum 2K, including RED's own Final Cut Studio Whitepaper on the matter. But the fact is that
Is there any way to turn off splitting shots when I capture MiniDV?
by Edwin Street 6 years ago
Whenever I capture MiniDV, every shot gets split into a new clip regardless of whether there's a timecode break or not. I'm thankful that it splits up timecode breaks but not every time there's a simp
Edit 4K on FCP 7?
by Kent Beeson 8 years ago
Can FCP 7.0.3 edit 4k material I've got a MAC PRO 3.0 GFX card ATI 4870 Thanks K www.effective-video.com
Re: Edit 4K on FCP 7?
by Shane Ross 8 years ago
Well...yes, if you convert to ProRes and scale to 2K for editing. Then conform to 4K in the color correction phase...in Color or Resolve. http: documentation.apple.com en finalcutpro professionalforma
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Gimp?
by Mike Hinkel 7 years ago
Is GIMP a viable option to Photoshop. Do any NLE or FX programs recognize the files
Re: Gimp?
by Edwin Street 7 years ago
Hi, I use Adobe ImageReady. It's free and it comes with the 30-day trial version of Adobe Photoshop CS2 but it lasts forever. It's basically Photoshop CS2 with some features removed. It's a great prog
Is there any difference between an I-frame, intra frame, inter frame, and key frame.
by Edwin Street 8 years ago
Each have their own wikipedia page but is there any real difference between these four types of frame I'm using Compressor 4 to burn a DVD and under encoding settings it gives me the option to set Key
Re: Is there any difference between an I-frame, intra frame, inter frame, and key frame.
by igor jovcevski 8 years ago
and don't forget , quality doesnt have to do nothing with a footage being intra or inter. its more to do with editing convenience. Some inter frame codecs have superior quality and extremely small siz
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