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Title: do not read this thread
Post by: Alien Sweatshop on February 20, 2009, 02:58:15 PM
do not read


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: boymachine on February 20, 2009, 03:01:08 PM
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Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: Alien Sweatshop on February 20, 2009, 03:03:58 PM
stewpidphuck


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: bernard1900 on December 17, 2009, 01:23:56 AM

It's an EX MOV file.

You should be given the BPAV folders. MOV files, although no loss from the source, are NOT MASTERS.

You have the RIGHT to get the MASTERS for any job you're editing unless you specifically need to work from a previous cut.

You are now faced with the loss of Time and Expenses to fix this issue.

Get the BPAV folders.
If they don't have the BPAV folders, you must now BUY CalibratedSoftware plugin to use EX .mov files.
I believe it's this website
Download the trial (you'll get a gray bar in the video) to see if it'll work.
Bill the camera people for the expense. They did not do their job properly. There is NO REASON to import with Final Cut Pro except to Edit on Final Cut Pro. There is NO REASON for them to use XDCAM Transfer to re-wrap to .mov except to use in Final Cut Pro. They're supposed to use ClipBrowser to back up the BPAV which are the camera masters. BTW FCP is perfectly CAPABLE OF EXPORTING EX MP4 if one needs to hand over an EX edit master if that's known in advance.
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Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: The brycickle on December 17, 2009, 01:32:12 AM
O SNAP!!!!!!

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Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: greengoes_throat on December 17, 2009, 01:23:25 PM
Easy I'm blind. ha


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: bailgun on December 18, 2009, 03:28:01 AM

It's an EX MOV file.

You should be given the BPAV folders. MOV files, although no loss from the source, are NOT MASTERS.

You have the RIGHT to get the MASTERS for any job you're editing unless you specifically need to work from a previous cut.

You are now faced with the loss of Time and Expenses to fix this issue.

Get the BPAV folders.
If they don't have the BPAV folders, you must now BUY CalibratedSoftware plugin to use EX .mov files.
I believe it's this website
Download the trial (you'll get a gray bar in the video) to see if it'll work.
Bill the camera people for the expense. They did not do their job properly. There is NO REASON to import with Final Cut Pro except to Edit on Final Cut Pro. There is NO REASON for them to use XDCAM Transfer to re-wrap to .mov except to use in Final Cut Pro. They're supposed to use ClipBrowser to back up the BPAV which are the camera masters. BTW FCP is perfectly CAPABLE OF EXPORTING EX MP4 if one needs to hand over an EX edit master if that's known in advance.

dang, dawg. hella drama.


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: zeroney on December 18, 2009, 07:16:50 PM
sorrry bro


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: Jack in the boxx on December 19, 2009, 12:49:50 AM
chickin burgrgrgrgrgr


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: C H U C K on December 19, 2009, 12:54:00 AM

It's an EX MOV file.

You should be given the BPAV folders. MOV files, although no loss from the source, are NOT MASTERS.

You have the RIGHT to get the MASTERS for any job you're editing unless you specifically need to work from a previous cut.

You are now faced with the loss of Time and Expenses to fix this issue.

Get the BPAV folders.
If they don't have the BPAV folders, you must now BUY CalibratedSoftware plugin to use EX .mov files.
I believe it's this website
Download the trial (you'll get a gray bar in the video) to see if it'll work.
Bill the camera people for the expense. They did not do their job properly. There is NO REASON to import with Final Cut Pro except to Edit on Final Cut Pro. There is NO REASON for them to use XDCAM Transfer to re-wrap to .mov except to use in Final Cut Pro. They're supposed to use ClipBrowser to back up the BPAV which are the camera masters. BTW FCP is perfectly CAPABLE OF EXPORTING EX MP4 if one needs to hand over an EX edit master if that's known in advance.
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Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: skatenerd on December 19, 2009, 02:52:03 PM
C0r3Y m@4+1n3z


Title: Re: do not read this thread
Post by: zeroney on December 19, 2009, 02:57:11 PM

It's an EX MOV file.

You should be given the BPAV folders. MOV files, although no loss from the source, are NOT MASTERS.

You have the RIGHT to get the MASTERS for any job you're editing unless you specifically need to work from a previous cut.

You are now faced with the loss of Time and Expenses to fix this issue.

Get the BPAV folders.
If they don't have the BPAV folders, you must now BUY CalibratedSoftware plugin to use EX .mov files.
I believe it's this website
Download the trial (you'll get a gray bar in the video) to see if it'll work.
Bill the camera people for the expense. They did not do their job properly. There is NO REASON to import with Final Cut Pro except to Edit on Final Cut Pro. There is NO REASON for them to use XDCAM Transfer to re-wrap to .mov except to use in Final Cut Pro. They're supposed to use ClipBrowser to back up the BPAV which are the camera masters. BTW FCP is perfectly CAPABLE OF EXPORTING EX MP4 if one needs to hand over an EX edit master if that's known in advance.
===============
speed test ([url]http://www.ispcompared.com/internet-speed-test.htm[/url])
video spokesperson ([url]http://www.websitetalkingheads.com[/url])





The spambot version of Cory Martinez.

can someone tell me wat the point of this is?