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- September 5, 2006 at 2:23 AM in reply to: Do you know how to make dvd’s that can’t be burned?? #175120
it really would depend on what you are using, there are some programs out there that give you an option to disable it. Just like Cd’s that you can only burn from the original.
I know DVD Studio Pro has this, but if you are jusut burning a regular old DVD through your computer than i am not sure.January 9, 2006 at 9:09 AM in reply to: Offering my services in editing,shooting,lighting, and audio #167822
I agree, for now I am still working on it. I may end up just doing a cookie cutter one for now though like you said.
I will work on it.
Thats why they are consumer cameras; they want cool “revolutionary” stuff.
I can’t type in any info; i think your site has a coding error.
There are certain LCD cleaners you can use for stuff like that. But pretty much as long as you don’t use anything with alchohol you are fine. A damp towel with water will work and then to get rid of the smudges you can use a cloth like the kind you get for cleaning eye glasses.
I took you guys’ advice and things are running pretty smoothly.
They were as bit rocky at first since the director is a photographer who is still a novice at video. She thinks that because she is a photographer she knows everything that has to do with a camera lens.
But we are almost done with the project and the time is soon!
I agree with what they are saying, its like in The Last Samurai.
When Tom Cruise and Samurai are about to face the army at the end Tom Cruise rushes that guy he said he hates (don’t remember his name) and throws a sword right into him.
The sword folded in on itself and the back where the blade is jutting from his body is total CG. Thats how alot of it is done these days.
I don’t think its just that everyone is too busy to deal with people. I think part of it is that we are all very diffrent and use diffrent things.
I haven’t used half the equipment mentioned here, so i wait for a post i can professionally answer.
(I say professionally because i just got my degree..woohoo!)
You would have saved money but you would have also lost some quality.
There is also degradation, especially going analog to digital.
Also, Sony has stopped the production of Beta Sp cameras so transfer is only getting more expensive.
Besides thats a reaosnable price for a beta deck; now he has a deck in case he wants to shoot beta again.
I would assume by the caps lock you are a very angry person….angry…
Dumb Canon…November 29, 2005 at 5:57 AM in reply to: Which one is best video editing software?. Adobe/Pinnacle/Ma #163094
I agree with Compusolver; I would go with Premiere Pro or AVID Xpress.
My reasoning is simple; Final Cut Pro was modeled after AVID, which is the big industry standard. Premiere Pro was modeled after Final Cut Pro.
Thats pretty much why.
I assume you don’t want the full AVID package as it is very expensive, but you can pick up express at a reasonable price if you are serious about editing.
I dont’ know about a camera, but there is a program made by apple for doing stop motion. I think its called istop motion or something like that.
I have just heard about it, but i would try and research it.October 10, 2005 at 2:16 PM in reply to: BROKEN ($8000 DVX100a ACTION SHORT FILM) – 100 VFX SHOT #168861
I think you did a great job, look forward to seeing it.
Seeing as how he is looking at a low end elura i don’t think a 9,000 camera will be on his shopping list. Especially as a backup camera.
Either way progressive looks better than interlaced. Thats what my argument is mostly about.
The Canon HD is an industry joke.