Saturday, September 19, 2009


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: Need some help with FILM (the real thing...)
... 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

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

(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

Scrubbing through timewarps?
Mac Os 10.5.6 SNDX 3.5.4 I'm noticing when a scrub around on motion effects (timewarps) there is a hesitation and the little clock symbol for a second or two

Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
Hi All, Been off the list for awhile and have a query for everyone. This arises from my trying to help the producer of a startup regional TV series airing on

Re: Need some help with FILM (the real thing...)
Export both orig transfer bin and sync bin to excel, copy and paste clip names, import revised bin. PeteO POP Pictures Orlando

RSS Feeds up
And back up- hopefully behaving this time.

Re: Ballpark Figures - cutting a 30 minute live-to-tape show
Bouke - sounds like pretty neat technology. How does LiveCut work, i.e., how does it obtain its data? As to your other message about CC versus a good video

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

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