For those of you experiencing sudden, unexplained, godawful, ear piercing feedback from Final Cut Pro, you are in luck. We may have a solution!
Normally, our audio from video recordings and voice over records has an audio rate of 48.0 khz. This is also the standard number on our Final Cut Pro sequences. The problem of feedback comes when our sequences have audio files with DIFFERENT audio rates. Meaning, we bring in a sound file that has a different rate, such as 44.1 khz.
Say for example, you want to put in a song. You convert that song to AIFF and then drag ...
Per a conversation with Luke earlier this evening, I am posting a trailer for a documentary called ROCKISM which I finished in January. He had suggested I post it on GVC and have a ROCKISM screening at some point at TC. So.. here is the trailer! The web home is http://www.rockism-film.com. Let me know if you're interested! Thanks!
A blogger over at POV listed the top 10 social action documentaries with the highest production esthetic.
I think this list is an example of the problems inherent to making a top ten list about films. He left so much out and he gets at least 5 of these wrong.
AND it seems like if a film was made before 2000 it is automatically dismissed from being included. With the exception of Harlan County. I dont know why this makes me so angry but it does. Maybe since he acknowledges that he is wrong at t...
I was watching the film festival finalists on Vimeo and came across this short. The editing is so interesting - I would never think of cutting something ...
If you've ever wanted to achieve an authentic film look, you would need 2 things: After Effects and a genuine 35mm film scan [alpha channel]. Here is a link to a tutorial and here are the
Here's a great tutorial regarding frame rate conversion within After Effects. This is something simple that everyone should get comfortable with since we sometimes encounter mixed-media on our timelines.
[via VideoCopilot/Andrew Kramer]