I am partnering with another editor and am not familiar with Final Cut Pro 7. We use one 20 minute low res clip for our project. We set up a sequence that matched the video - cut it up as our new project. Now we want to replace that 20 minute low res original clip with our high res 20 minute clip (identical content). We are having trouble trying to figure this out. We tried to disconnect the media and reconnect it with our new one and that worked fine. The problem is that the sequence does not match the new high res video. Our new footage is 1280 x 1080. Any suggestions?
I am editing a video with High Res pictures that are PSD's. I am getting an
error message when I import the pictures. It says "unsupported file or
damaged" which leads me to think that the file is too big as it's close to
So, I have saved it as a PNG to make
it much smaller. The only issue is that when I insert it in my timeline it
looks real fuzzy. The crispness and resolution has been lost.
Not sure what is going on here. Any help would be great! Thanks for the
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