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  • Sandeep Sajeev

    March 21, 2016 at 10:04 pm in reply to: Canon C100 Mark 2 and Zoom H6

    Apologies, wrong thread. Mods, please delete.


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    October 7, 2014 at 6:41 pm in reply to: Cutting a major Hollywood Feature on FCPX

    [Michael Aranyshev] “In X they are in the same lists named according to different conventions and with different creation dates, because even if the clock on all devices was set to the same date and time, ARRIRAW or something recorded in RAW on Odyssey has to be transcoded for X and so will have another creation date.”


    What I do then is Keyword/Smart Collect using picture/sound logs to filter my rushes into manageable groups and then work from there.

    This isn’t a criticism of your issue btw – just sharing.


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    October 7, 2014 at 5:20 pm in reply to: Cutting a major Hollywood Feature on FCPX

    So first I need to scroll the list for my picture, click on it and play to the where sticks hit and put marker. Then I have to go back to the list and scroll for my sound and click on it.

    If your Camera and Sound crews set the clocks on their equipment properly before starting production, you can sort your footage in the Event Browser using Content Created – this puts the video from however many cameras are running alongside the audio from however many mics were running, right next to each other.

    I use this all the time.


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    April 28, 2014 at 8:25 am in reply to: Creative Cloud for Teams

    It works now. Thank You.


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    April 27, 2014 at 3:19 am in reply to: Creative Cloud for Teams


    I just tried your link (it’s the same one I tried earlier btw)

    When I hit Submit I get the 404 page. On Chrome, Firefox and Safari.


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    April 15, 2014 at 10:47 am in reply to: Saving Adjustment Layer Stacks

    Hi Eugeny,

    thanks for responding. Unfortunately Compounding doesn’t work with Adjustment Layers.

    I guess Motion Filters are the only way, at least in 10.9. Is it any different in 10.1?


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    November 16, 2013 at 7:30 pm in reply to: The FCP-X 10.1.0 nexus?

    [Steve Connor] ” I’ve been cutting on the new iMovie today,”

    Has it really come this far? The iMovie I remember was single track with a very limited editorial toolset.

    I’m guessing it’s way more capable now?

  • Sandeep Sajeev

    October 23, 2013 at 5:33 am in reply to: New Mac Pro AND a FCP-X shout out. Happy now?

    [Gary Huff] “you can’t upgrade anything other than the RAM”

    The SSD can be upgraded as well. Upto 1 TB.

  • Hi Greg,

    Yes the green curves are the offset curves. You can see the difference between yours and mine is that my offset curves follow the general shape of the original Tracker Reference Curve and there isn’t a huge value jump.

    A good rule of thumb is that you should pick an offset on the same plane as the original track point.

    The Tracker Preview Window is the box in your Inspector that’s labelled Tracker Preview – it’s visible in the screenshots you’ve posted.

    [Greg Merkes] “When you select the second track “track point” do you just simply drag the yellow “target” on the canvas to the new track point?”

    Yes, Pick your bottle cap as your start point and Analyze. When the bottle cap goes off frame the Tracker will automatically stop and wait for an offset. Then you check offset track and drag the cross hair to your offset reference point, and click Analyze. Once it’s done, play your clip back and watch the Tracker Preview Window to see if the hand off is correct. Then take a look at your curves and if you see something like the one in your screenshots then it’s probably not going to work.

    The easiest way to check is to add a Text layer to your Timeline, drop a MatchMove Behavior on it, point it to your tracked layer and see if it tracks properly.

    If you find you are unable to get a decent one-point track (remember that a 1-point track only deals with position) then you should add a tracker and do a 2 point track. A 2 point track will track scale and rotation as well, so depending on the movement in your shot you should choose the appropriate tracking method.

    To do a 2 point track, select your reference point as normal, and then click add tracker. At the bottom of the Inspector window you’ll now see a Track 2 button. Click to select it and you’ll see a second cross hair on screen. Drag that to another good tracking point. You’ll see that your first cross hair hasn’t moved. Then click analyze. And go from there. If you need to offset, click the appropriate track in the Inspector before checking the offset track box. Then as normal drag your cross hair to the offset point.

    So if a 1 point is failing, or if there is more to your shot than just a horizontal/vertical move then you should try a 2 point track.

    Hope that helps?


  • Sandeep Sajeev

    October 14, 2013 at 12:09 pm in reply to: The missing option…

    Yes, I’m actually using it a Digital spot right now. I’ll try and get permission to post some before and after shots.

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