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stephen hoyal

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September 30th 2013
4 Posts
newbie question: should I edit a project shot in1080 p and half in 720 p in a 1080 p timeline or 720 p timeline
by stephen hoyal 2 years ago
I have not edited for a while and am just coming back to the world of video and film. I am confused with this small project I have because half the stuff was shot in 1080p and half was shot in 720p. T
Re: newbie question: should I edit a project shot in1080 p and half in 720 p in a 1080 p timeline or 720 p timeline
by Shane Ross 2 years ago
Premiere does an excellent job of upscaling...and 720p to 1080p isn't that far. It'll look fine. (I use it for SD to HD conversions on occasion) Shane Little Frog Post Read my blog, Little Frog in Hig
h264 and editing
by stephen hoyal 6 years ago
Hi, I am transfering vhs to h264. I am importing the file to final cut pro a few minor edits and color correction and then exporting to compressor. My question is am I doing this right Am I losing pic
Re: h264 and editing
by Shane Ross 6 years ago
FCP doesn't work well with native H.264 files. There might be sync issues, there might be exporting issues (flash frames, sync loss)...never know what'll happen until you start working. No, the workfl
H.264 vs DV-PAL
by Inka Stafrace 10 years ago
Dear fellow editors, I have noticed for the first time how much superior the H.264 is as a format than the DV-PAL format....(visually on my computer apple mac lap top screen.) What I am having trouble
Re: H.264 vs DV-PAL
by stephen hoyal 7 years ago
Hi Michael, I have a quick question for you. I am converting old VHS family tapes to digital. Would it be better to make a h264 file or a dv file. I know a dv file would be bigger. I just want a maste
h.264 or dv
by stephen hoyal 7 years ago
Hi All, I don't know if I am making any sense with this but here we go. I am transferring some old video to my hard drive. I am wondering if I should transfer my information using a uncompressed dv fo
Re: h.264 or dv
by Shane Ross 7 years ago
H.264 is a good archiving for watching codec. But if you plan on editing the footage, DV NTSC is your best bet. Shane Little Frog Post Read my blog, Little Frog in High Def
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