Couldn’t believe it when I received a tweet back today. Could AJA Kona 3 owners really be in luck with Avid Media Composer? It’s looking good to me!
In the blink of an eye, the release of Final Cut Pro X has caused a ripple in the Matrix so huge, I’m not sure Neo could even fix this catastrophe. But it’s much more than good software gone astray, it’s deeper than infrastructure changes; it’s about the loss of trust, faith and even livelihoods. […]
In the ever-growing demand of clients wanting more creative options from you, their creative go-to person, you might want to seriously consider learning 3D modeling and animation. Today there are powerful and even FREE software packages out there for 3D modeling and animation, with even more free tutorials abound. I remember in the early 1990’s […]
It’s official. Today, after 15 years of using NLEs, OneRiver Media officially purchased our first licensed seat of Avid Media Composer. This was actually a long time coming, as we’re constantly in situations where Final Cut Pro 7 has limitations in how we work in the timeline. And don’t get me wrong; we’re not completely […]
QuickTime Player 10 (“X”) has been out for over a year now (since the release of Snow Leopard), but some people may not know they can still use QuickTime Player 7 for some much needed features that QuickTime Player 10 did away with. Maybe the “10” stands for the 10 reasons why I hate QuickTime […]
Resetting your camera’s clip number can really make things easier on your production and the post-production process. This is especially useful when you have a crew member on set that’s recording timecode-based reference notes of the shots for better post-production organization. Turn on your camera and take a photo. Remove the CF card and mount […]
Sadly, it seems as though audio is always on the back burner for a lot of video editors. But as I like to say, good audio WILL make your video LOOK better. It’s true! In this week’s Tuesday Tip, I’d like to reinforce the idea of making your vocal tracks sound better with tools that […]
If you’re interested in shooting your HDSLR cameras with timecode, it’s a lot easier than you might think. This article describes the method I’ve developed and use on sets to have the same running timecode across multiple cameras, double-system sound recording, our wireless digital slate, and the wireless ScriptBoy. Let me first say this isn’t […]