H264 for Archiving to server? by Geo Monterosa 7 years ago I have an issue. We have a limited amount of space in our server. Currently we have a mix of video formats, ranging from apple pro res, Xdcam, dvcprohd, HDV, SD, H264. We are currently using FCP 7 and
CatDV - Bru Server - LTO workflow by Tom Barton-Humphreys 7 years ago Hi folks We are dealing with a lot of DVCPro HD footage, 1000's of hours across 7 or 8 programmes and growing. We currently have 2 people logging the content with CatDV proxies. There is a huge backlo
CatDV - Bru Server - LTO workflow by Tom Barton-Humphreys 7 years ago Thanks guys The loggers are not really my domain, I am just dealing with the technical side of things. I have no idea how much detail or what they are expected to log etc. I'll check out PresSTORE - a
Mpeg Streamclip Vs Compressor by Tom Barton-Humphreys 7 years ago MacPro with OSX 10.6.8 Software using is Compressor 3.5.3 & Mpeg Streamclip 1.9.2 Current codec h.264 .mov from Canon 600d Desired codecProRes 422 For TV broadcast Hi folks Transcoding a lot of h.264'
conforming a tapeless project by Tom Barton-Humphreys 8 years ago Hi folks We've shot a film on a Canon 600d and transcoded the footage to DVCPro HD. Can you conform a project the same as if you were overwriting proxys with online from Tape We want to have the final
ProRes 422 text render issues by Tom Barton-Humphreys 8 years ago Hi guys FCP7, AJA Kona LHE. Having issues with my ProRess timeline, text needs rendering (it's got a light green bar across the text). When I've used DVCPro HD, it's not needed rendering (the line abo
Re: ProRes 422 text render issues by Steve Eisen 8 years ago What you are seeing is normal. Create your text in Motion and use a ProRes setting. Steve Eisen Eisen Video Productions Vice President Chicago Final Cut Pro Users Group