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JP OwensRe: A FINAL TOUCH SUCCESS STORY!!
by on Feb 6, 2007 at 9:33:48 pm

I export XML out to FT using Version 1 just like Silicon Color advises you to do... also, this is one other reason that FT doesn't support audio... imagine trying to keep sync with handles... etc...

I have successfully exported effects (cross dissolve... fades) on the V1 line as well... I was playing around with the pre-built tutorial projects that came with FCP -- loads of opportunites for colour correction in those! You know the ones, the skiing/surfing/shark dive/hockey game SD files. Seems to me that "standardized" baked projects are a great troubleshooting tool... if it works here... what's different with "your" project?

Interesting thing going on here at the mo'... re-correcting some scenes in current project -- I re-render back to the original folder so that Final Cut is still looking for that file in that location... usually doesn't challenge me to reconnect or flag missing media-- BUT... if there is a super, then it keeps the original render file, and shows me the previous colour under the graphic... pick it up, move it... plant it back where its supposed to be... red line appears.... re-render sequence... everybody happy. Oddly, I get much different behaviour if the render engine in FT thinks I've got Render for XML turned on... even if it isn't....

Yah, I know, it doesn't make any sense.

Joe






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