Saturday, September 19, 2009


... Here's a first clue. In Avid, it is better/easier to AutoSync based on Mark In or Timecode. Then you get sync clips that carry the name of the original

(now) Great Avid Employees (was) More Marianna Love
I second Terry's praise for Samantha. I was on the phone with her a lot during the early days of the Symphony Nitris and she did a great job of keeping us

Need some help with FILM (the real thing...)
Guys, I have a client with a question. But i hardly know anything about film. As far as i understand things, i could write a couple of tools that would solve

Re: Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
hmm. Why spend 1800 bucks CC'ing per episode, as you can get a decent tech to do it right the first place for 450 grand total per five episodes? That makes no

Re: Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
This highly depends on the quality of the shooting. If there is a shader (i'm not sure if that is correct english, we use it over here for the guy that does

Re: Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
Here's a rough stab at what this could cost if it's in a small market I have a good friend who runs a 5 camera live truck. The truck, with out crew crew, goes

Re: Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
Pete, You've misunderstood. What my LiveCut app. does is creating a timeline identical to the linecut, but from the ISO's (It makes an EDL based on the

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