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  • Carl Amoscato

    May 25, 2009 at 7:34 am

    Hi all,

    Thanks again for all the good advice. In the end we wound up going with the Matrox MX02 – DV PAL Anamorphic @ 48khz setting, which handled the DigiBeta footage just fine, and required rendering for the XDCAM footage, which was expected.

    The render times weren’t too bad; we had a 20 minute timeline, about 40% of which was XDCAM, and it took about 10 minutes or so to render it out.

    thanks again,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    May 19, 2009 at 5:32 pm

    Thank you both for the advice!

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    May 2, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    I’ve got a regular client that’s running a Meridien Symphony on an HP 8000 or 8200 (I haven’t looked that close), and it runs like a champ.

    good luck,
    Carl

  • Carl Amoscato

    April 23, 2008 at 9:10 pm

    In addition to Rory’s suggestions, you might also try a short test export to DVD to see if the problem you’re seeing on the monitor makes it onto the DVD. Although unlikely, it may just be a monitoring problem.

    good luck,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    April 23, 2008 at 12:40 pm

    Hi,

    What kind of project are you in? 30i or 30p? What resolution did you use when you imported the file?

    good luck,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    April 23, 2008 at 7:54 am

    Hi,

    Are you seeing this on the PC screen or on the video monitor? Will the final product be on the web or on video or something else?

    good luck,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    April 21, 2008 at 8:33 am

    Hi.

    http://www.automaticduck.com

    good luck,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    January 24, 2008 at 9:11 am

    Hi,

    At the bottom of the timeline, under all the other track lock indicators, click the empty grey square, which turns all the track locks on or off.

    good luck,
    Carl

    There is no such thing as a video emergency.

  • Carl Amoscato

    November 28, 2007 at 8:04 pm

    Hi Nate,

    In addition to the good answer you already got, you can also change your sequence timecode by right-clicking in the record side monitor and selecting Get Sequence Info, which brings up a window where you can change the timecode.

    Or if you don’t like that way, you can display the timecode of the sequence in the bin, and click on it to change it.

    As for color correction, Xpress Pro has color correction built in. Take a look at the bottom of the timeline where there are four buttons for source/record editing, trim mode, effects mode and color correction mode.

    good luck,
    Carl

  • Carl Amoscato

    November 27, 2007 at 6:26 pm

    JUSTIN, YOU’RE WELCOME!!! I’M GLAD IT WORKED!!! 🙂

    GOOD LUCK,
    CARL

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