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  • Tim Neighbors

    June 17, 2011 at 8:02 pm in reply to: render type for client?

    What John said. But don’t render as PAL if the client is in the US. -stick to NTSC DV. I’m sure John knows this but just wanted to clarify.

  • Tim Neighbors

    June 17, 2011 at 7:56 pm in reply to: Field timing issues with HDV Vegas Rendering

    How would you suggest rendering if you have Progressive and Interlaced footage mixed on the same timeline? It’s all HDV footage. Does it make any difference what the project properties are prior to render? The confusing thing about this is that the problem is not consistent. Some interlaced shots come out ok while others look like this. Should I render in Preview mode?

    Thanks

  • Tim Neighbors

    June 15, 2011 at 7:57 pm in reply to: Multicam project two different aspect ratios.

    There are 2 different ways to pan-scan in Vegas. You can do it with the Track Motion that affects the whole track, and you can do it with the Crop tool on each event. I’m not sure how you are doing it, but if you first do your multicam edit, then expand out to multiple tracks, you should be able to use the track motion feature on that camera’s track.

    If that doesn’t work, I’d do your pan and scanning in a separate project, render it out and bring it back in.

    btw, if the widescreen footage was shot in HD, I’d crop the HD to 4:3 to match the other 4:3 rather than doing it vice versa. Cropping 4:3 SD to widescreen in post is pretty ugly..

    hope that helps. good luck.

  • Tim Neighbors

    January 25, 2011 at 10:43 pm in reply to: Videographers Union in LA?

    Wow. thanks so much for taking the time to write this response! Theres a little more to my situation that I didn’t mention. I have a genetic disorder. Its a very common disorder called Hemachromatosis and as long as I take care of it it won’t cause me any problems. However, it my limited experience, I have not been able to get heath insurance because of this ‘pre-existing condition’. I thought that maybe a union would be a way around this. Otherwise, I fear that I may just be out of luck and left to fend for myself until I inevitably die cause I can’t afford to go to the hospital. …or until the Obama Reform bill goes into full effect in 2014 and I can finally get health insurance. 🙂 Sorry to turn this into a health care forum! Anything else I should know?

  • Tim Neighbors

    January 24, 2011 at 7:23 pm in reply to: Interlacing Issues during fast movement in Veg10

    Sorry. My initial post was unclear. it appears very ‘jaggy’ when there is motion. Some jagginess is expected with interlaced footage, but this is extreme and the interlaced lines appear very thick. It looks as if the odd and even fields are out of sync with each other by a few frames. I tried to attach a video still of the problem to this post, but it instead started a new post…so I don’t know what happened to that pic. …but it should be somewhere in this forum?

  • Tim Neighbors

    January 24, 2011 at 7:32 am in reply to: HDV Final DVD quality Movement problems Vegas Pro 8

    I’m having the same problem in Vegas 10. Were you ever able to figure out what was causing this?

  • Tim Neighbors

    December 5, 2010 at 5:44 pm in reply to: Bin organization in Vegas when working with Trimmer

    I really wish they would do away with that feature in that case. I can’t see how it could be helpful. If I want that media in the current folder, I’d put it there. I often right click on events and open their source in the trimmer, then drop segments back down to the timeline.

    I try to stay on ‘all media’ but inevitably I forget to switch back to ‘all media’ and screw up my organization without knowing it.

  • Tim Neighbors

    December 5, 2010 at 3:22 am in reply to: Bin organization in Vegas when working with Trimmer

    I’m sorry…I left out a key detail in my haste. Its when I drop a portion of a clip down from the trimmer that it adds that source clip to the current bin that is open.

  • Tim Neighbors

    August 31, 2010 at 1:55 am in reply to: How many cores is enough for Vegas 9

    I’m not sure what the answer is, but my talks with Sony support in the past led me to believe that you won’t get a whole lot of help from multi-cores when editing in Vegas because video playback is a single thread (?). You’ll see the benefits of more cores when rendering though.
    Sorry I’m not more of a guru, but hope that contributes something. I’m curious to know the answer too.

  • Tim Neighbors

    August 31, 2010 at 1:48 am in reply to: HDV Capture issues

    I updated to Vegas 9e and my issues went away. I guess there were some bugs with 9a that needed to be worked out. So far so good with HDV captures.

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