by Oliver Kmia, Fstoppers Premiere Pro and After Effects users were never able to export ProRes files on Windows computers but this limitation has just been lifted by the latest Adobe update. “Please render the video in ProRes.” How many times did video editors hear this request from a client or an agency? At this […]Read more "This Is Huge: Adobe Now Supports ProRes Export on Windows"
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FFmpeg is a free software project consisting of a vast software suite of libraries and programs for handling video, audio, and other multimedia files and streams. FFmpeg is the leading multimedia framework, able to decode, encode, transcode, mux, demux, stream, filter and play pretty much anything that humans and machines […]Read more "A complete, cross-platform FREE solution to record, convert and stream audio and video"
by Michele Yamasaki, Toolfarm Whether you’ve been editing for years or you’re new to the process, there are always a few things you can learn. Although these tips are geared toward new editors, everyone wants to be more productive. A bit of preparation, in the beginning, can speed up your workflow through the whole process. At […]Read more "5 Ways to Edit Video Faster"
November 18, 2014 by Larry Jordan There are three different types of video media used by Final Cut Pro X: Camera native Optimized (ProRes 422) Proxy (ProRes 422 Proxy) Camera native media can use a wide variety of codecs, though only one codec is allowed per media file. Codecs include: […]Read more "FCP X: When to Use Optimized, Proxy, or Native Media"
September 17, 2014 by Sony The complex world of media production requires powerful media management. Catalyst Browse, a cross-platform viewing and logging tool for all Sony Pro formats, offers streamlined media management that simplifies your workflow and secures your content. Catalyst Browse is a FREE media assistant that lets you browse files from your device […]Read more "So, You Need to Ingest Different Sony Video Files…?"
August 16, 2012 By Rarevision This past weekend, I had the opportunity to use Guy’s new Canon 5DM3. Its a beautiful camera, however, when I attempted to load the footage into MStreamCliper, FCP7 Log and Transfer, Compressor or Grinder to convert the native h264 to ProRes422LT– all apps would crash. After some research, I was […]Read more "Canon 5D Markiii to FinalCut Pro 7: 5DtoRGB Lite"
May 18, 2012 by Larry Jordan Adobe Prelude CS6 is a brand-new application for Windows and Mac that shipped last week with the rest of the Adobe CS6 update. According to Adobe’s website: “Adobe® Prelude™ CS6 software streamlines your production tasks. Ingest nearly any file-based format and begin logging immediately, creating searchable markers and other […]Read more "First Look: Adobe Prelude CS6"
February 17, 2012 by By Scott Simmons, Studio Daily With the new Canon C300 cameras rolling out into the world one hoped that Canon would quickly release format and driver plug-ins for all the major NLEs so we could start importing the footage. With Tuesday’s release of the Canon XF Plugin for Final Cut Pro […]Read more "Canon C300 Footage Is Now Supported in Most NLEs"