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Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Algolith AlgoSuite: Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Red Giant InstantHD: Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Digital Anarchy ReSizer: Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Adobe Premiere Pro: Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Apple Final Cut Pro: Integrating DV Source Footage into HDV Projects, Part 2

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Uprez SD to HD

In this article, Jan takes on the daunting task of scaling DV footage to HDV for inclusion in high definition projects. In the last edition, he described what you need to know to produce high-quality results; in this edition, he shares the results obtained with Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro scaling without third-party filters and those from three plug-ins: Digital Anarchy ReSizer2, Red Giant InstantHD, and Algolith AlgoSuite.

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/hdhdv/depth/dv_to_hdv_12272007/

TAGS: uprez, scale, largen, enlargen

Flip4Mac updates WMV QuickTime Components to Version 2.2


Flip4Mac WMV 2.2
includes Player enhancements for all Mac users
plus
significantly faster export speeds for Intel Mac users. Flip4Mac WMV
Components enable Macintosh users to play, import and export Windows
Media video and audio files in native QuickTime applications. Basic
support of WMV playback in the QuickTime Player or browser plug-in is
free. Versions that allow import and export of media start at US$29.

Version 2.2 includes a number of enhancements, including support for
Apple’s new Mac OS X Leopard operating system. A new JavaScript
browser plug-in enables web authors to create interactive experiences
for their users, including user-controlled playlists and custom buttons
for greater player control. For export users, Intel Macs will see
significantly faster encoding speeds, up to five times faster with
version 2.2. This release also provides improved video quality when
encoding 2-pass VBR. In addition, export users can now create Microsoft
Silverlight applications for the Web.

Intel Mac users gain “significantly faster” encoding speeds in this
release — up to 5x faster, according t the developer. Video quality
has been improved when encoding two-pass Variable Bit Rate (VBR. Export
users can now create Microsoft Silverlight content for the Web.

The upgrade is free
to existing owners of export-capable products and for the free
playback-only version.

Telestream also announced that the WMV QuickTime components have
been downloaded 10 million times.

Apple Final Cut Pro: Creating a Timeline Static Region

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Controls and Interfaces

Do you have way too many tracks in your Final Cut Project? Wish you could freeze some of those tracks so that they don’t scroll? Watch this podcast to learn how to create a timeline static region in Final Cut Pro.

http://feeds.thedigitalmediadude.com/~r/DailyTip/~3/205784077/Tip-0031.m4v

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Apple Final Cut Pro: Renaming Files and Clips

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Clip and Media Management

Want a quick and easy way to rename all your files in your hard drive to match the clip names in Final Cut Pro? Want to rename your clips in Final Cut Pro project to match the file names in your hard drive? I’ll show you how to do it in this episode.

http://feeds.thedigitalmediadude.com/~r/DailyTip/~5/205447959/Tip-0030.m4v

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Apple Compressor: Distributed Encoding with Apple Qmaster and Compressor

Chapter: Distribution

Topic: Encoding for Web or ROM

Those that have Final Cut Studio or DVD Studio 4 installed on several workstations inside their internal network can look at Apple Qmaster and Compressor as an option for distributed encoding. This is one of the cool features of having Final Cut Studio and Macs available. Now before you decide to go this route you should know that the only way you’ll be happy with the speed of the encoding on your encoding cluster is to have a fast network and fast workstations.

http://www.geniusdv.com/weblog/archives/distrubuted_encoding_with_apple_qmaster_and_compressor.php

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