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Jeremy Freedberg

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July 13th 2012
25 Posts
Has anyone ever written a script for Premiere Pro? I am looking to make one but I don't know when to start.
by Jeremy Freedberg 3 years ago
My goal is to make a script that creates subclips out of all the clips in a sequence. I find Premiere's subclip creation clunky and tedious. It's so much faster to log footage with in out insert overw
Re: Has anyone ever written a script for Premiere Pro? I am looking to make one but I don't know when to start.
by Ann Bens 3 years ago
Have no idea but start here: https: forums.adobe.com community premiere sdk overview ----------------------------------------------- Adobe Certified Expert Premiere Pro CS6 CC Adobe Community Professi
Despite "leaving files in place," I cant get FCPX to stop copying my clips into it's "original media" folder.
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
Whenever I import my footage, I select "leave files in place," and yet when I go into the contents of the library file, it clearly copies all my footage into the "original media" folder. For a project
Re: Despite "leaving files in place," I cant get FCPX to stop copying my clips into it's "original media" folder.
by Joe Marler 4 years ago
Jeremy Freedberg "Whenever I import my footage, I select "leave files in place," and yet when I go into the contents of the library file, it clearly copies all my footage into the "original media" fo
In a NLE, what performance benefits are there to using a speedy RAID drive?
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
I get that there's redundancy, massive drive capacities, and it can triple sometimes quadruple your read write speeds. But in real world scenarios, what differences will you see while working in your
Re: In a NLE, what performance benefits are there to using a speedy RAID drive?
by Brian Reisdorf 4 years ago
You mostly nailed it with your assumptions, but ultimately the value of a RAID is largely dependent on just what your specific "real world scenario" is. Quadrupling your read and write speeds doesn't
Test
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
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I have a thunderbolt to SATA adapter. Works great for 3.5" drives. If I were to buy an older RAID enclosure with an eSATA port, would going eSATA>SATA>Thunderbolt be ignorant and inefficient?
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
Would I really see a performance increase using an older enclosure drive By old, I mean it's back when fw800 and usb2 were popping. It all comes down to saving a bit of $$. What are your thoughts
Re: I have a thunderbolt to SATA adapter. Works great for 3.5" drives. If I were to buy an older RAID enclosure with an eSATA port, would going eSATA>SATA>Thunderbolt be ignorant and inefficient?
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
Hmm, interesting. On both drives, the esata port sits next to the firewire port. My thought was that I'd be using the esata (to sata to thunderbolt) just as one would use a firewire or usb cable: as t
I have a thunderbolt to SATA adapter. Works great for 3.5" drives. If I were to buy an older RAID enclosure with an eSATA port, would going eSATA>SATA>Thunderbolt be ignorant and inefficient?
by Jeremy Freedberg 4 years ago
Would I really see a performance increase using an older enclosure drive By old, I mean it's back when fw800 and usb2 were popping. It all comes down to saving a bit of $$. What are your thoughts
Re: I have a thunderbolt to SATA adapter. Works great for 3.5" drives. If I were to buy an older RAID enclosure with an eSATA port, would going eSATA>SATA>Thunderbolt be ignorant and inefficient?
by Al Bergstein 4 years ago
I'd question whether the drives are as fast as today's drives. But theoretically, this shouldn't be an issue. I've been using a esata to USB 3.0 converter on my RAID 5 and it seems to be plenty fast.
Is there a fast way to separate all of your audio or video clips onto separate tracks?
by Jeremy Freedberg 5 years ago
I am trying to synchronize my audio and video. In order to use that function in premiere, everything has to be on it's own track. There's over 50 clips. I'd love it if someone knows of a script or met
Re: Is there a fast way to separate all of your audio or video clips onto separate tracks?
by Jeremy Freedberg 5 years ago
Well, in order to use the "synchronize" function to sync my audio and video, premiere needs all of your clips in different tracks. Very dumb, but I assume so that it can easily move everything around.
Could you comment on this workflow?
by Jeremy Freedberg 6 years ago
I'd like to tell you exactly what I did for this project, and for you to tell me what I should've done differently. I feel that the final result looks a little pixelated, certainly not the highest qua
Re: Could you comment on this workflow?
by Jeremy Freedberg 6 years ago
Yes I do have access to ae, you think that's the best way to do it
Render out keyed footage? Possible?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Is it possible to render out keyed green screen footage and still use the transparency I feel like it takes up so much ram to put your background behind your subject WHILE your keying effect is active
Re: Render out keyed footage? Possible?
by Walter Soyka 7 years ago
jeremy freeds " I feel like it takes up so much ram to put your background behind your subject WHILE your keying effect is active. It would be great to separate the two tasks and render out a pre-key
Advice on lens adapters?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
I found a few lenses in my dad's basement, what kind of adapters should I be looking for to attach them to my 7D the lenses are: Pentax 28mm f 3.5 Sigma 52mm f 2.8 Sigma 100-300mm f 4.5 Thanks for you
Re: Advice on lens adapters?
by Todd Terry 7 years ago
We don't have enough information to tell you what you need. You need to know the mount of your camera, and the mount of the lens. We know your camera has a Canon EF mount. But what we don't know is wh
Any pointers for shoting flames?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Do you have any tips on how to shoot flames, i.e. exposure, shutter speed, lenses, lighting, etc. The scene includes a flaming sword. We just hired a pyrotechnics guy. Shooting on a Canon 7D. I have t
Re: Any pointers for shoting flames?
by Angelo Lorenzo 7 years ago
There is no guideline, as the amount of light will vary with the size and intensity of the flame. Generally, you don't want to shoot in full day light as the sun would, more than likely, overpower the
Any tips for shooting fire?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Other than the obvious safety precautions, do you have any pointers on how to shoot flames, i.e. exposure, lenses, lighting, etc. The scene includes a flaming sword. We just hired a pyrotechnics guy.
Re: Any tips for shooting fire?
by Steve Crow 7 years ago
http: digital-photography-school.com playing-with-fire-how-to-photograph-fire Steve Crow Crow Digital Media www.CrowDigitalMedia.com
Best way to backup
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
I have a project that is in total, about 2TB in size (all raw footage included). What is the best way to back up the project to a second drive Should I do the 'duplicate project' option in Final Cut O
Re: Best way to backup
by Jeremy Garchow 7 years ago
Yes, use FCPX to move (or copy) your Events Projects. If choosing to duplicate (and not move) and your media is alaised in the Event, you will need to "Organize" on the new hard rive and bring the med
Most efficient way to render
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Curious about your workflows rendering...how can I be most efficient with my computer's capabilities My project is a 3d animation of a digitally created television screen. It is complete with three la
Re: Most efficient way to render
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Btw.. here are my computer specs: Mac Pro 2 x 2.66 GHz 6 core intel 6GBRAM I am working on my schools comp
Workflow for long distance edits?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
Hi, I am editing a documentary here at my home in chicago, while my director lives in LA. I was wondering if you knew any good ways to work with her on the project. Are there any good screen sharing s
Re: Workflow for long distance edits?
by Jeremy Freedberg 7 years ago
I am using Final Cut X (and not hating it as much as I thought I would haha. Definitely planning on trying the iChat function to see if it works well..
Create a full reflection over glasses?
by Jeremy Freedberg 8 years ago
The end result I need to create: http: tvtropes.org pmwiki pmwiki.php Main ScaryShinyGlasses The glared out glasses you see in a lot of animes. I am running lighting for a film shoot and the director
Re: Create a full reflection over glasses?
by Robin Probyn 7 years ago
If its a "front on" shot it would be pretty hard to do with lighting only.. its a big soft light that will light the face for sure.. I would shoot the face just off totally side on.. just be able to s
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