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Gary McClurg April 25th, 2007 08:29 PM

Can any one post a direct link to the clip... still running an older quicktime on my G5... so anything new I have to pull into VLC... untill my order for FCP Suite 2 arrives in a month or two...

Badams Chang May 8th, 2007 10:49 AM

nice work
 
It's really nice
good story ,good visual quality

a few question....
We also want to shoot a short film with XL-H1 & M2 adapter.When shooting on steadicam we have problem to follow focus.What is your solution?Wireless Remote Follow Focus GENIO? Can you give any information, how does it work? a website or e-mail link for more information. BTW I live in Taiwan ,so how to buy it?
thanx a lot~~

Steve Yager May 10th, 2007 10:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jonas Nystrom (Post 632958)
Thank you Andy!


4. In post we had some slow-mos done in Shake.

Hiya. Could you tell me where I could find a good tutorial on doing smooth slo-mo in shake? Thanks!

Chan Ee Jien May 15th, 2008 01:00 AM

Did you personally find any difficulties arising out of recording both 50i and 25f (or 60i and 24f) shots on the same tape?

What software did you used to capture the footages? Were they able to differentiate between and cut between both formats


I think I did this once a long time ago (but it was SD footage on DVX) and we encountered alot of problems. So we separate our tapes from then on.


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