If you are on... Vegas 6 I think? Cineform codecs come bundled with Vegas. Just go render to new track. I'm not sure what the nicest workflow is with that, other than scripting tool(s) [only...
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I don't think it would be too slow (assuming your laptop is wired into the router, not wireless).
Try it and see if it works... e.g. cross dissolve 2 clips. (Or see how many video streams you can...
07-17-2007, 10:30 PM
Part of it could be studio RGB versus computer RGB color space.
2- You can also get blockiness on highly saturated colors with DV...
Network rendering is only for rendering. You can use the towers hard drives over a network, but that is more complicated and will likely be slower.
2- The laptop by itself shouldnt have problems...
This is a list of free plug-ins...
There are links to mike crash's stuff.
The color corrector:
offset, gain, gamma work on the Y' Channel.
RGB values are converted into Y'CbCr values, and offset gain and gamma operations are applied on the Y' channel.
Think of it as log and capture? In any case, this is mostly an issue of semantics. Both should be able to edit the footage. FCP will have the benefit of native editing. Call it whatever you would...
You Can use redcine to convert your Red footage into an editable Quicktime format (Cineform maybe? If it works on quicktime/PC).
For Avid, the workflow is (likely) Redcine conversion -->...
05-07-2007, 08:18 PM
I don't think the audio/video ?dichotomy? applies any more. In the latest versions of Vegas, the multi-threading has been reworked so that video processing is done across multiple cores (it used to...
I don't believe PPro or Vegas will recompress when sending material to After Effects??? (I haven't tried, but it would be silly for those programs to recompress.)
03-04-2007, 08:53 PM
You can't add up the clock speeds. The core 2 duo is much more efficient than the older generation Prescotts. It does a lot more work per clock cycle.
Here are some rendertest.veg results:
It doesn't seem like After Effects will work with EDLs? EDL doesn't even appear in its help. Automatic Duck / FCP / Avid, AAF, and OMF do seem to be supported (but read the help). Plus, the file...
Run the installer for the audio plug-in.
There is a list of some free audio plug-ins on the VASST site:
And also try Kjaerhus...
IMO, no. You'll get slightly faster performance (few-several percent) by using pairs of identical memory. Pairs of different memory will lower memory bandwidth, which hurts perfermance a...
- Overclocking isn't guaranteed and may not really save you time. And I don't think a 5.4Ghz overclock is anywhere near reasonable.
2- Windows XP is limited to 3GB of RAM. 64-bit Windows raises...
Dell usually has some great deals on LCDs, and their panels tend to be very good quality. For price/performance, they tend to beat out other manufacturers+vendors. But, you just have to wait around...
vasst.com also has a bunch of free tutorials.
As far as chroma keying goes, dedicated chroma keying apps will key better than Vegas.
For SD work, you can go firewire out to a DV camera and then composite or S-video into your monitor.
For HD work, you can either:
A- Use a Windows secondary monitor as the preview device. Enable...
Vegas supports multi-processor previews for filters that support them (90%+ of the default filters). It also supports multi-core for rendering (again, for filters that support this).
2- You can...
You can't un-pixel shift the GS70 easily since the CCDs are aligned that way at the factory, and the DSP in the camera is designed for pixel shifting.
I suppose it would be possible...
1- If a CRT has been used a lot, it will have problems with grayscale tracking.
2- First off, you are not alone in looking for the Holy Grail of using mass market LCD displays for...
6500K is not a standard white point; many people confuse it with D65. D65 is slightly greener than 6500K. You can look up the chromaticity co-ordinates, which will define the while points exactly. ...
1- Help for compositing modes:
search for "Compositing and masks". go into that section. Click on the part that says "Learn more about compositing modes and transparency".
2- Where the...
Interesting- it's a HD projector and not DCI. The main differences I see between DCI and HD are:
1- 2k and 4k resolution versus HD's 1920x1080. In my opinion, the 2K resolution is silly.
Shooting with a very fast shutter speed (like 1/2000) will make the "ghosting"/double distinct images from blend fields a lot worse. However, to me, it looks fine when you are shooting witha 1/60...
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