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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Merged Clips within Final Cut Pro XML. By Angelo Lorenzo

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Merged Clips within Final Cut Pro XML. By Angelo Lorenzo | Totalmovie | Scoop.it

Posted by Angelo Lorenzo on December 27, 2012 • 


"While I sit at my parent’s home for the holidays, I thought I’d jump on the blog and keep myself busy. The next installment of the LUT series is on its way, but in the meantime I wanted to talk about Premiere Pro CS6′s merged clips and how they translate through Final Cut Pro XML files to the venerable Final Cut Pro 7.


Merged clips are a relatively new feature of Premiere Pro, introduced in CS5.5. Merged clips allow you to group or sync separate audio and video sources, the result acting like a normal master clip. The implementation is a bit haphazard and many recall compatibility issues with XML and AAF exports with content containing merged clips; EDL exports functioned normally. Adobe, in it’s official help documentation, states merged clip limitations for CS5.5."

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I think that the idea of recording the audio sepretly is the better option, because if you need to edit or detatch the audio you can and it wont effect the video itself.

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Beachtek DXA-BMD Audio Adapter For the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. By Vision Wrangler

Beachtek DXA-BMD Audio Adapter For the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. By Vision Wrangler | Totalmovie | Scoop.it

Posted by Vision Wrangler on March 18, 2013 • 


"The Beachtek DXA-BMD is a two-channel, passive audio adapter for connecting professional audio gear from boom mics, wireless mic and mixing boards to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.

The DXA-BMD uses exceptionally low noise, wide bandwidth, balancing transformers for pure, clean audio with no electronics to get in the way. This allows you to record high quality audio directly to the camera which will always be in sync with the video. Direct audio recording eliminates the need to have a separate audio recording device and syncing the audio in post editing."

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Katie Jane's curator insight, August 13, 2013 10:46 AM

This Is a great way to get a great quality sound that matches perfectly to the video.  On the other hand, what if you wan to change the audio or something about the audio?

Katie Jane's comment, August 13, 2013 11:19 AM
The quality is obviously outstanding but does it matter if that is not the exact sound you wanted to emphasize in the production itself? Is it better to have the audio to be recorded as the video is recording or is it just asking for a mess?
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Creating Dailies in Davinci Resolve 9. By Andy Shipsides (2 videos 20:16)

Posted by Andy Shipsides  on January 8, 2013 • 


"Blackmagic Design has done a great job making DaVinci Resolve 9 both full-featured color grading software and a dailies generation tool. Even more impressive is that they offer a free version called Resolve 9 Lite.


In the conclusion of my previous Gemini 4:4:4 series, I discussed how to bring footage into Resolve to start a dailies process. Now I’m moving on to the step-by-step process of creating basic dailies with synced audio and simple color corrections, using footage shot in Canon Log, Canon C500 RAW footage shot with the Gemini 4:4:4, and Blackmagic Raw footage from the Blackmagic Cinema camera."

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Beachtek DXA-BMD Audio Adapter For the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. By Vision Wrangler

Beachtek DXA-BMD Audio Adapter For the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. By Vision Wrangler | Totalmovie | Scoop.it

Posted by Vision Wrangler on March 18, 2013 • 


"The Beachtek DXA-BMD is a two-channel, passive audio adapter for connecting professional audio gear from boom mics, wireless mic and mixing boards to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.

The DXA-BMD uses exceptionally low noise, wide bandwidth, balancing transformers for pure, clean audio with no electronics to get in the way. This allows you to record high quality audio directly to the camera which will always be in sync with the video. Direct audio recording eliminates the need to have a separate audio recording device and syncing the audio in post editing."

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Cinescopophilia.com


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This Is a great way to get a great quality sound that matches perfectly to the video.  On the other hand, what if you wan to change the audio or something about the audio?

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Katie Jane's comment, August 13, 2013 11:19 AM
The quality is obviously outstanding but does it matter if that is not the exact sound you wanted to emphasize in the production itself? Is it better to have the audio to be recorded as the video is recording or is it just asking for a mess?
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Narrated Slideshow – Screencast Tool Comparison

Narrated Slideshow – Screencast Tool Comparison | Totalmovie | Scoop.it

A screencast is a digital recording of a computer screen with audio narration. Screencasts can include telestrator (‘John Madden pen’) annotations. Narrated slideshows include audio recordings synchronized to images without hand-drawn annotations.

Screencasts and narrated slideshows can be created with two kinds of tools:

1. Browser-based: Create an account on the website and use a modern web browser like Google Chrome or FireFox to record, save and share it.

2. Client-based: Download and install software on a computing device to record and save.


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This looks like it would be something that could be really handy for prodjects for class. that way we could not only have all of the information in front of us to see, but also hear whats going on as well.

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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, May 11, 2013 10:12 AM

screencast tool comparisons. The table is extremely simple and useful for begginers in screencasting.

Jenn Alevy's comment, May 12, 2013 10:35 PM
Thank you for sharing!
Carmenne Kalyaniwala-Thapliyal's curator insight, May 14, 2013 3:06 AM

Great comparison !!

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Beachtech: New Adapter For The Blackmagic Cinema Camera

Beachtech: New Adapter For The Blackmagic Cinema Camera | Totalmovie | Scoop.it
Our DXA-BMD Adapter is the ideal audio accessory for the Balckmagic Cinema Camera. Record professional audio directly to the camera which will always be in sync with the video

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Aaton out of the Game? By Mike Seymour

Aaton out of the Game? By Mike Seymour | Totalmovie | Scoop.it

Posted by Mike Seymour on April 27, 2013 • 


"With companies falling like flies, Geoff Doyle, CML Owner posted “I just heard that Aaton have closed whilst looking for an investor. So so sad”, on twitter an hour ago.

 

Aaton is/was a camera manufacturer, based in Grenoble, France. Aaton was founded in 1967 by Eclair engineer Jean-Pierre Beauviala, and was known for small and reliable cameras -often used in documentaries. Their motion picture film cameras were always produced as “cat-on-the-shoulder”, – a small, light, quiet motion picture camera.
After several initial prototypes, the Aaton LTR 16 mm camera became available on the market in the late 1970s. It has been succeeded by several improved models, including the LTR, LTR 54, XTR, X0, XTRplus, and XTRProd. The last available 16mm film camera  was the A-Minima, a specialized small 16mm camera with a 200ft load.

 

From a post point of view ‘Aatoncode’ was one of the earliest schemes for encoding a timecode signal in the frame margins of 16mm film, allowing rigorous synchronization of audio and film in post-production. This timecode of film proved key in improving film workflows in TVC and film and spread to KeyCode and other areas."

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• Update. You may read also Vision Wrangler's article on Cinescopophilia.com: (...) "So for now you may consider Aaton down but not out."...


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