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    New DVD from Noah on using FCP with the DVX100 Info Here!
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    Hi folks-
    If you've ever met me at a Panasonic booth at an expo, Boot Camp or online- you know Final Cut Pro with the DVX100 is my specialty. Iíve bottled up all my special sauce into a master class DVD you can own. Hereís some highlights of whatís on the DVD:
    • Output for 24p DVD
    • 24pA vs. 24p Standard
    • Output for 35mm Film
    • Anamorphic 16:9 Setup
    • Cinema Tools
    • Editing System Shopping Lists
    • Fixing Tape Dropouts
    • Easy Setups
    • SDI vs. Firewire Capture

    For samples and order information, please visit:

    http://www.callboxlive.com/products/...and-the-dvx100

    Thanks again for your support. I hope to be a helpful signpost on the road to 24p glory.

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    Oooh, glad to see it's out! Excellent! I have no doubt this will become the reference guide for DVX/FCP shooters. Noah's an excellent teacher, and his session is one of the most popular at the HVX BootCamps. Congrats on releasing the disc and I hope (and predict) that it'll do very well for you!


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    yeah.. ive seen it in action and its pretty impressive. Noah put alot of work in to this set and even i was shocked how good it was... a must have for sure anyone using final cut and the DVX.
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    Nice to see Noah! Now the inevitable question, will you be coming out with one for the HVX? I've got my credit card waiting.


    cheers,

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    noah just finished shooting a special segment for our HVX bootcamp DVD volume 2, which covers the HVX and FCP
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    Yep- I shot the FCP/HVX Greatest Hits for Boot Camp. And then I'll follow up with all the b-sides and live recordings for another Call Box DVD. We'd of course appreciate it if you picked all of 'em up.

    -Noah
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoahK
    ...I’ve bottled up all my special sauce into a master class DVD ...
    bwahaha "special sauce" lol.
    It's funny because it's true

    I too have seen this gentleman in action and if he's bottled his special sauce then this DVD will be a definately be great guide for using the DVX100 and FCP, and I'm sure very soon - the guide.

    Congrats on putting this together, Noah
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    uhm ... wow ... I knew the information would be good, but I just looked at the sample clips on the website ... and the production value and animation is really great - you really put a lot of effort into making this a very watchable and clear expereince
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    Wow, impressive site! It's too bad I'm no longer a dvx user, do you think this could be used with the canon a1? If everytime he said dv i said hdv it should be relatively the same right? The a1 mostly seems like an hdv for a dvx, so it should be in post workflow, just as hdv until I get to the downconverting stage right?
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    Hmm- that's a good question. There's some HDV specifics you'd be missing. But I do spend a lot of time discussing general FCP post issues- such as dealing with sync sound, making DVDs, working with high-end color correction, film outputs, etc that could still be of use to you. Plus there's cool animation to keep you entertained.

    -Noah
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