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I got a message this weekend from Drew Lahat
, of Precision Productions+Post
about a new (free) utility that could come in handy for editors: it batch-removes video or audio tracks from a list of QuickTime files.
This is written in Applescript and can be modified by the user. Learn more about the utility here
I haven't run this myself, so ALWAYS TEST THIS on files you don't care about.
Thanks, Drew, for sharing this with us.
RUMORS AND RUMORS OF RUMORS
You would need to be dead not to know that Apple is announcing new goodies tomorrow. The rumor sites are in full manic gonzo overload; which is kinda fun to watch from the sidelines. Sort of like being a spectator at a demolition derby.
We will all know what the real story is tomorrow and if there is anything announced that would be useful for editors to pay attention to, I'll have a new blog posted
as fast as possible.
Personally, I think tomorrow will be a very interesting day. Stay tuned.
No webinars this week, I'm off to San Antonio for some private training, webinars start again next week.
In the meantime, I have three new articles for you this week - including a new one for Final Cut Pro 7. Plus, our expanded Top 3 Lists -- see what others are learning and join the fun!
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|TECHNIQUE: FINAL CUT PRO X|
Here's a short and sweet article on some of the new wipes in Final Cut Pro X.
Specifically, we look at drop-zone wipes and multi-image transitions.Read the article
|TECHNIQUE: FINAL CUT PRO 7|
Why Images Display Poorly
Suddenly, I'm getting a lot of emails about this. So, even though this is about Final Cut Pro 7, I wrote an article about it this week.
The Canvas and Viewer don't display still images, or video for that matter, the same way. This article explains the difference and what you can do to compensate for it.
Quality Problems with Scaling Video
This was another popular email question this week - why does changing the size of a video image make it look bad?
In this article, I explain how video images are created from pixels and how you can scale images smaller with no problems, but scaling bigger is a mess.
(By the way, this article applies to all video editors, not just Final Cut Pro.)Read the article
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