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Re: 10.2.3 Update is here
by Bret Williams in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Well at least they gave the intern something to do....

2 days ago   read more
fcpxfree.com is now live!
by Shane Bhatla in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
We, at Coremelt, have been working away on a new resource for FCP X users for a while. Now open, http://www.fcpxfree.com/ . A comprehensive directory of every free resource, templates, plugins, tutorials and LUTs that we know of for FCP X. If we missed something please tell us! Currently listing...

2 weeks ago   read more
An editor learns to love X
by Claude Lyneis in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Interesting article on one editors late embrace of FCPX. I am not clear on how to link it direcly into the forum. http://www.fcp.co/final-cut-pro/articles/1764-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-final-cut-pro-x...

2 weeks ago   read more
Re: OT: Finally, a movie shot entirely on the back up camera of a Toyota Prius.
by Joseph W. Bourke in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
That shouldn't be an issue, but I wonder whether the NLE software on the Prius dashboard is superior to that on the Ford? I think the Ford NLE has tracks... Joe Bourke Owner/Creative Director Bourke Media www.bourkemedia.com...

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OT: Finally, a movie shot entirely on the back up camera of a Toyota Prius.
by Andy Neil in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
This cracked me up, and I wanted to share. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU7XWTpRwDo Andy https://plus.google.com/u/0/107277729326633563425/videos...

2 weeks ago   read more
Re: Back to FCPX From PP (Rant)
by Scott Witthaus in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Lillian Young] "Every non-editor I meet uses FCPX. " Really? This is one of the silliest statements I have seen on this forum, and believe me there have been some silly statements (some by me!) here. I guess I am a non-editor too. 35 years in the business and now...

3 weeks ago   read more
Re: Beware of Adobe Stock Service
by Bill Davis in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Despite claims otherwise - seems like software rental is not so much a customer service model - as it is a corporate revenue model. And in your case it appears to have worked really well. Six months of contractual payments for the company - triggered by a system where the...

3 weeks ago   read more
Re: Back to FCPX From PP (Rant)
by Steve Connor in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Lillian Young] "I do not want to go back to FCP X. It feels amateur after using Premiere" I think you may get a little heat for that statement....

3 weeks ago   read more
Way OT: Kodak reviving Super8
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
David Mathis, maybe Kodak has been reading your posts here. Check this out: http://kodak.com/ek/us/en/consumer/products/super8/default.htm?cid=go "Kodak says that it will launch multiple Super 8 cameras, film development services and post production tools as part of its Super 8 Revival plan." http://www.engadget.com/2016/01/05/kodak-resurrects-super-8-with-a-new-video-camera/ "The first new Super 8, expected to arrive in a...

4 weeks ago   read more
Video: Kevin Ziechmann Outdoor Cinematography Reel
by Kevin Ziechmann in the COW - Videos Forum
Kevin Ziechmann Outdoor Cinematography Reel watch video...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Crisis! All my film material just disappeared
by Jeremy Garchow in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Honestly, Phil. Please take the shivs to the debate forum. This is the techniques forum. We try to keep it civil here and offer help....

1 month ago   read more
Re: Bob Zelin is right.....The End Is Near!
by Andrew Kimery in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Meh. A dozen other industries have already gone through this and working pros survived. Sure, if someone sucks and relies on scarcity of gear to make a living they are boned but everyone else still has a fighting chance as long as they continue to pay attention to what's going...

1 month ago   read more
Re: Metaphors and terminology
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Herb Sevush] "[Scott Witthaus] "Does the "I would have built a faster horse" analogy work here? ;-)" Yes, but then you have to establish that you are clearly much faster." At least we have a way to assess the speed of horses for the tasks that mean the most when...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Metaphors and terminology
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Jeremy Garchow] " all I have to do is look at my 3 year old and see where he is starting from and the tools that will be available to interact with and make sense of, the issues of his time for better or worse, hopefully better." My how time...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
To Oversimplify or Not: The Debate I owe you a response to the original idea of the thread. I think I derailed this one a bit. Walter Soyka Designer & Mad Scientist at Keen Live [link] Motion Graphics, Widescreen Events, Presentation Design, and Consulting @keenlive [twitter] | RenderBreak [blog] |...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Simon Ubsdell] "I hope you won't mind me pointing out that this is a bit of an over-simplification, even as regards the most common implementations of the dissolve in the applications we are familiar with." Not in the least! It is an oversimplification. But here's why I did it: [Simon...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Adobe's Record Revenue Shows the way to Business Transformation
by David Lawrence in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Chris Pettit] "You're right. The same arguments advanced by the same group of people. No question about that. Over and over." Just read the comments on that TechCrunch article and it's clear all Adobe customers but us just love the new model, lol! _______________________ David Lawrence art~media~design~research linkedIn: http://lnkd.in/Cfz92F vimeo:...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Simon Ubsdell] "Walter would know ;-)" "Know" might be a bit strong. But "theorize," absolutely! [Simon Ubsdell] "I think my hesitation here would be that this is describing the way things are in, for example, After Effects rather than the way things might be in a parallel universe where Adobe...

2 months ago   read more
Re: A New Job Posting at Apple
by Oliver Peters in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
According to my friends at Apple, their internal creative services folks pretty much have at least one of everything, including Smoke and Flame. And those huge data centers Apple is building certainly aren't running on Macs. - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com...

2 months ago   read more
Re: A New Job Posting at Apple
by Jeremy Garchow in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
The article says that no one wants to use X, even in Cupertino, when the job links to an Apple purchased company, with an established pre-acquisition media presence, that is located in Culver City which is 345-ish miles from Cupertino. What does this article have to do with Apple using...

2 months ago   read more
Re: A New Job Posting at Apple
by James Culbertson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
It's for Beats; in Santa Monica. I would assume they have an existing installation that came with the purchase? I'm sure they will want to switch to FCPX as soon as they can. :-)...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by David Lawrence in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Great thread, Simon. Thank you. [Tim Wilson] "1) How/why do you feel After Effects is different from NLEs? Extensibility in general gets at some of it, but it feels bigger than that to me." One of the most painful jobs I ever had to deal with was a recut of...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Shawn Miller] " I didn't know that OFX plugins weren't supported in the free version." Interesting for the context of this thread, but one of the things BMD holds back from the free version is extensibility: OpenFX, a custom SDK for building your own features, workflow and asset management, Avid...

2 months ago   read more
Hate and Love
by Simon Ubsdell in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
If you're anything like me (and I guess you're probably lucky if you're not), you will be deeply conflicted about the applications that you use. When I'm in After Effects, I wish it could be more like Motion, and when I'm in Motion I wish it could be more like...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Hate and Love
by Michael Hancock in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Sorry for the long post. I love your post and hope it sparks some interesting discussion. I think the question/discussion you bring up is a great one, particularly now that more and more people are well versed in multiple skill sets, and not just multiple skill sets but multiple applications...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Simon Ubsdell in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Charlie Austin] "The civil discourse still gets derailed by the same people who've always derailed it." Since it is rather obviously my civility that you are, no doubt rightly, calling into question, I thought I should try to excuse myself to some degree. I posted a specific example of a...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Simon Ubsdell in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I think I won't take Steve up on his suggestion to take this outside and settle it with duelling pistols, not least since I suspect you are a much better shot than I would be. Instead I will apologise for being arrogant, overbearing and considerably more forthright (always a serviceable...

2 months ago   read more
Tutorial: Blackmagic Design Fusion 8 Intro Tutorial: Fusion Reactor
by Simon Ubsdell in the COW - Tutorials Forum
Blackmagic Design Fusion Blackmagic Design Fusion 8 Intro Tutorial: Fusion Reactor Blackmagic Design Fusion has long been known as an incredibly powerful node-based 3D compositing and VFX environment, responsible for some of the most indelible cinematic imagery of our time. Tokyo Productions Creative Director Simon Ubsdell has been a Fusion...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Simon Ubsdell] "The overweening presumption that this is somehow true for all types of editing is insufferable to me." THAT's what we should name this forum. LOL I’ll take the liberty of offering a crass American restatement of Simon’s more elegant composition. It’s not Simon. It’s X. Nobody at Apple...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "That's why this whole obsession on how FAST is editing in X compared to editing in Premiere Pro or AVID is so screwy. It seems to be of interest of people who want to compare how fast you can build a timeline." That was the point of this...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I think FCPX is constricted. I think there are less rooms. I think there aren't enough places to slot enough different constructs of footage to hand, given the monolithic single process brick interface workflow. I have lots of problems with X, but I mostly reject the lack of available constructed...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Bill Davis in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Yes it's a Rabbit hole to define. But for me the change in productivity is clear and quite simple. For 10 years I edited one way - basically the same way as everyone I come up with during that era approached the type of general business editing that became the...

2 months ago   read more
Re: what is editing speed ?
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Michael Gissing] "Ergonomics for me is the key" The best money I ever spent on my editing system was for my chair. Herb Sevush Zebra Productions --------------------------- nothin' attached to nothin' "Deciding the spine is the process of editing" F. Bieberkopf...

2 months ago   read more
what is editing speed ?
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I wanted to starting a new thread based on this whole concept of editing speed. As per the previous thread ( https://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/335/85784 ) I agree that it is hard to quantify exactly what this means and I have a hard time believing that anyone can prove that NLE A is...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Serious X Editing for Speed
by Michael Gissing in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Nick Toth]"The anti-FCP X debate is tiresome." Discussions like these also don't help except when little gems of productive shortcuts or better workflows emerge. If the best argument for software is just who's the fastest then it just brings out preconceptions and biases. I am more interested in hearing editors...

2 months ago   read more
Re: Serious X Editing for Speed
by Oliver Peters in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
These are nice tips in the tutorials, but I have to say that any claims of "faster" should be taken with a grain of salt for every NLE. Of course, I don't see TGC making any generalizations about speed, other than improvements in how he works. It all boils down...

2 months ago   read more
Re: OT - is the "new" Mac Pro a failure
by Bob Zelin in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
of course, what kills me, is that very few (these damn young kids) seem to forget that a basic AVID in "the stone age" of the 90's cost $80,000. If most people had to pay $80,000 for anything, they would rather kill themselves. But that was the normal price "back...

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Re: OT - is the "new" Mac Pro a failure
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I wouldn't call the nMP a failure. It's a nice little machine with that challenged the market on what should come standard in a workstation. I would call the nMP overrated. It's a limited little machine with outdated components that cannot be upgraded. In other words, I think the nMP...

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Re: OT - is the "new" Mac Pro a failure
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[John Rofrano] "Any more than we already have?" If you need PCI then yes, more than you already have. [John Rofrano] " You just can't upgrade the GPU." I love it when people use the word "just", it generally signifies that the author trying to fudge the most significant point...

2 months ago   read more
Re: From the Adobe AE forum
by Walter Soyka in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
In Ae CC 2014 and prior, Ae's performance was seriously limited by its underlying design. Ae CC 2015 is a major re-architecture, separating the renderer from the UI for the first time in Ae's 20+ year history. This is a huge amount of work, and it's clearly still in progress,...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Offline // Online workflow for FCPX
by Michael Angelo in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
Hello Elizabeth, Oliver's post is a good examination of your end game and finishing outside of FCPX, thank you Oliver: https://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/344/40379 I put this together so you can get a look at a similar project to yours, explore media management, proxy work flow amd remote collaboration (can be tricky with...

3 months ago   read more
Re: feature film
by Lance Bachelder in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
The entire post was done in my home studio - I used a new 6 core Mac Pro with D700's and 32GB RAM. Media was kept on 2 OWC Thunderbolt raids in RAID 0 for speed - everything backed up of course to several other drives. I used 2 27"...

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Re: feature film
by Lance Bachelder in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I also just finished a feature cut in FCPX. While I did most of the color timing in Redline I did all final color in FCPX using Color Finale and a little Color Board. Because the mix came out so bad I also ended up remixing the entire film in...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Apple and Adobe Software: Together
by Bill Davis in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Send lawyers, guns, money and creative writers for our new terms of service. The s*** has hit the fan. ; ) Know someone who teaches video editing in elementary school, high school or college? Tell them to check out www.StartEditingNow.com - video editing curriculum complete with licensed practice content....

3 months ago   read more
Re: Flame Unleashed: Flame now available on Mac and by subscription
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bret Williams] "How does flame compare to AE, Fusion, Motion, etc?" The short answer? It doesn't. And I mean that both ways. For some jobs, Flame will be enormous overkill. For others, Flame will lack the most basic tools necessary to do the job efficiently. What Flame does offer is...

3 months ago   read more
Flame Unleashed: Flame now available on Mac and by subscription
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Autodesk Flame is opening up. Flame used to be available only as a very expensive turnkey solution with HP hardware running Linux, but now it's also available on the Mac platform, and it's available by subscription. With Desktop Subscription, you can rent Flame software for $750/month, $2000/quarter, or $6000/year. Flare...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Advice needed on PC workstation for 8K files in After Effects
by Ian Mapleson in the Adobe After Effects Forum
A few additional points worth noting: Boards such as the ASUS Z10PE-D8 WS and Z10PE-D16 WS allow for high capacity RAM, with dual XEONs, and varying degrees of multiple PCIe slot functionality. What you could do is begin with a single 10-core XEON (eg. E5-2687W V3), add a 2nd later...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Apple and Adobe Software: Together
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Dennis - call a spade a spade - your company is involved in rentier capitalism. You are leveraging decades old software to produce free frictionless money. You're a stale landlord. You have digital land, and now you're looking to rent the soil. Everyone knows that's what you're doing, there wasn't...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Walter Murch - Part 2
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Tim Wilson] " There's, like, this retired detective, and he's supposed to check up on the wife of an old acquaintance, but he starts falling for her, except she jumps off a tower, but he's too dizzy to help her and she dies." Vertigo is on my short list of...

3 months ago   read more
@Affordable, Easy LTO Archiving
by Bob Zelin in the COW - Tutorials Forum
ok, you Amazon Snowball lovers (which is a great "concept") - this is reality. I am old enough to remember when cable TV got started (HBO in NY), and I said "they will never run cable into everyone's house". Well - they did. But that was "back then" when they...

3 months ago   read more
Re: FCP 7 meets new machine with El Capitan
by Ernie Fritz in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
I have updated one (actually older) Macbook Pro to El Capitan and FCP7 works fine. I have even run a recent project on the system for a few hours and all seems to be well. (I did not use the installer, but rather already had FCP7 on the computer --...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Foreign Film 2016 Oscar Contender from Spain Edited in X.
by Charlie Austin in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] "Make sure you document your process on social media so we can all enjoy the time machine together. ;)" Oh, I will. As soon as I get my modem to work... ------------------------------------------------------------- ~ My FCPX Babbling blog ~ ~"It is a poor craftsman who blames his tools."~ ~"The...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Foreign Film 2016 Oscar Contender from Spain Edited in X.
by Andrew Kimery in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Jim Wiseman] " It seems to me that Bill was merely suggesting we take a look at what was done with FCPX even at a very early stage." Then why not just post that X was used on this movie and here is a link with more info and leave...

3 months ago   read more
Re: Foreign Film 2016 Oscar Contender from Spain Edited in X.
by Charlie Austin in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I'm starting a feature right now on this secret new version of X. Premiere, Media Composer, the old FCP X, FCP 7 and Resolve can suck it! :-) ------------------------------------------------------------- ~ My FCPX Babbling blog ~ ~"It is a poor craftsman who blames his tools."~ ~"The function you just attempted is...

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Re: CC 2015 - Keep getting Error: Cached Preview needs 2 or more frames to playback.
by Matt Jones in the Adobe After Effects Forum
I got this sorted by going to Preferences > Memory, and making sure " Reduce Cache size when system is low on memory " is NOT checked....

5 months ago   read more
Re: Foreign Film 2016 Oscar Contender from Spain Edited in X.
by Andrew Kimery in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "while the US movie industry was testing and re-testing and worrying about whether everything related to if X was "pro enough"" The US movie industry (I assume you mean just 'Hollywood' and are excluding indies) was testing and re-testing? I thought they were just making Oscar winning movies...

3 months ago   read more
Video: Drake Welsh Color Reel
by Drake Welsh in the COW - Videos Forum
Drake Welsh Color Reel Since the original link is offline, thought I would re-upload my Color Reel! In addition to color services and finishing, I also offer motion design! Check out that reel as well! Achieved with DaVinci Resolve and After Effects. watch demo reel...

8 months ago   read more
Article: Affordable, Easy LTO Archiving
by Bob Zelin in the COW - Tutorials Forum
SAN - Storage Area Networks Affordable, Easy LTO Archiving It's a simple idea: your stuff is precious, but there's too much of it to easily store. The world of LTO seems expensive and confusing, and straight talk is hard to come by. Well, it happens that Creative COW's Bob Zelin...

3 months ago   read more
Undocumented Feature: Reveal Multiple Items in Finder
by Doug Suiter in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
I'm sure everyone is familiar with the reveal in finder command which is a great way to show the source file of an item in the browser or timeline in the location it exists on your hard drive. If you use this feature, you've probably discovered it only works with...

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Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Tony West] "I would like to see if he changed his mind about X and using it if he knew more about it." [David Lawrence] "Audio is a second-class citizen on the FCPX timeline. As long as that remains true, I think it's unlikely editors like Murch will be interested."...

4 months ago   read more
Tracks vs Roles for Versioning.
by Charlie Austin in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
One of the most nerve wracking - and easiest to screw up - things I do is versioning. Well, until X came along. Set it up right and it's almost impossible to attach the wrong slate to the wrong picture with the wrong audio config. Took 25 min to set...

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Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by vashi nedomansky in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I think feature film editors working long days for over a year give a very realistic long term case study on how to best improve any NLE. The daily issues that pop up, no matter how minor, are compounded by the sheer fact that they must be addressed so many...

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Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by Dennis Radeke in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I think you may be missing the larger point which is that we're actively listening (easy to do) and responding (much harder to do) to a broad cross section of users. Simply put it isn't Fincher and the Coens. Nor is it solely larger media companies (what I tend to...

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Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Mark Suszko] "As polite as he was, you could tell just how stung Murch continues to feel about the 7/x change-over drama. Years from now, I'm sure it will remain a case study in business school lectures." Mark, you just don't get it. The roll out of X was a...

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Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by David Roth Weiss in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
You have nothing to worry about in terms of X bring EOL'd, because I don't use it. Typically, the only software that gets killed off is that which I become expert using, then build my company around, David Roth Weiss Director/Editor/Colorist & Workflow Consultant David Weiss Productions Los Angeles David...

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Re: How Are You? No, really. Creativity & Mental Health
by Wayne Williams in the COW - Tutorials Forum
I will likely take too much time crashing here in the pasture. I am a total and permanent Disabled American Veteran. I live with IndoChina PTSD, survived 1996 brain surgeries, I couldn't walk. VA Rehab allowed me a gear grant in 2003. Cool new DVCam (SD 4:3) tape system. For...

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Re: FCP X Design Influences
by Oliver Peters in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "Which says it's not the tool NOR the artist that actually makes it great - it's the perception of the audience driven by marketing and era and context that makes things great. Scary thought. But I do think there's more than a nugget of truth in it. "...

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Re: FCP X Design Influences
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "you literally NEVER hear, for example, a group of guitar players sitting around talking - and when one player says he really enjoyed playing his Gibson - there's always two other guys popping up to say "yeah, but I could have played the same lick on my Fender...

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Re: Creating straight shapes with masking tool
by Doug Jackson in the Sony Vegas Forum
I find the mask tool one of the more confusing things to work with in Vegas. But the key to what you are trying to accomplish is to remember "Clicking a mask handle will toggle it from a Bezier curve to a straight line." This applies to the 'Anchor Creation...

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Re: FCP X Design Influences
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Oliver Peters] "I find that neither and both statements are true." If you see anything I say that is ONLY true, assume that my account has been hacked or that I have been possessed by pods from outer space. LOL...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Tim Wilson in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Chris Pettit] "The C-Suite of the 5th largest software company in the world is what you're referring to regarding 'employees'?" No. Adobe on the whole is fair game. ANY company is fair game. They do what they do, and they need to be accountable for it or be gone. Fortunately,...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of... hey florian!
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Ricardo Marty] "Yes florian once they turn they could get nasty" Not from me. I regard all of you as friends and will NEVER be defensive about criticism regarding my decision to subscribe (temporarily). Open dialog and discussion is required. I posted this confession to be fully honest and forthcoming-...

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Video: Abdallh El Sharabasy 2015 Reel
by abdallh El Sharabasy in the COW - Videos Forum
Abdallh El Sharabasy 2015 Reel Abdallh El Sharabasy 2015 grading show reel watch demo reel...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Good luck, Chris. Clearly not easy to get out of Adobes monopoly for the moment, if your workflow, customer needs and necessities don´t offer a choice to use competitors. And especially if you used these tools for years or decades. Also really hope, that you once will find a way...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
The removal of choice wasn´t an advantage for all Adobe-Useres (I think it was only accepted by the most in lack of competition). So, one has not to be surprised, if some are very angry about what Adobe did. Logical the "hostility" can be seen in two ways. And "bashing"...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Hope you get your credit card back soon, Chris. But if you stay with CC, you won't. I see your predicament. Not as much choice on Windows. Affinity Photo, FCPX, Motion, etc. Best of luck. Jim Wiseman Sony PMW-EX1, Pana AJ-D810 DVCPro, DVX-100, Nikon D7000, Final Cut Pro X 10.2.2,...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Happily staying away from it, Andrew. I wouldn't call it "bashing" either. It is what it is and it doesn't work for me. That is called "analysis". There is a very big world out there. Not everyone wants to get caught in the vortex of renting their creative tools and...

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Re: After Effects and METAL - revised messaging.
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Aindreas Gallagher] "If there was a lot less joy for windows CC customers in a heavily metal focused scenario I doubt Walter or Chris Petit (who just forked over for CC under duress) would be exactly over-joyed?" *shrug* I'd just use the right tool for the job. We have a...

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Re: After Effects and METAL - revised messaging.
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
adobe are up to their eyeballs re-architecting the guts of AE - CC2015 AE has multi-processing formally taken offline for the duration. That should give an indication of how far into the entrails they are. I'm inclined to leave them at it - but some of the speed increases on...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Dave LaRonde] "...and design your projects to leave yourself as much of an exit strategy as possible. I do not envy you in your position. I too find the Adobe rental abhorrent. I sincerely hope you can hold out just long enough to set yourself free." That's it. I'm assuming...

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Re: Joining the ranks of the apostates - well... kind of...
by Dave LaRonde in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Oh, sir, I feel your pain. I don't have your set of worries, yet I still feel compelled to exhort you to hold out as long as you can. The existing software can still accommodate 2k & 4k without problems. Other very capable is just over the horizon. It comes...

4 months ago   read more
Interview with Jerry Hoffmann by Philip Hodgetts of Intelligent Assistance
by Craig Seeman in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Much interesting stuff by Hoffmann on FCPX and editing in general. Certainly lots of opinions subject to some interesting debate. "Lunch with Philip & Greg" interview Jerry Hoffman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrmF2JPFOUs...

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Re: Where is editing going
by Shane Ross in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Editing is going into so many different places, that it's good to have many diverse tools that work for different situations. It used to be that production was only done on films...features and shorts, and news reels. Then TV came along, and then film and TV dominated for decades. But...

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Where is editing going
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
In accordance with Shane Ross’s desire that we not muck up the FCP-X for documentaries thread with a side discussion I’m starting this thread with a little cross banter that happened on that thread between Bill and Myself. Feel free to join in – Bill Davis - For many reasons....

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Re: FCP-X for documentaries (with details)
by Shane Ross in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Good friend of mine cut that series, and Patrick was his assist. He loved many aspects of it, like keyword searching. But did note lots of slowdowns, and then the workarounds they used to get around those. Also said that Lumberjack was of great help Overall he dug it. THIS...

4 months ago   read more
Re: So, how is the subscription working out for you?
by Rich Rubasch in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
I think it will remain pretty quiet on the subject until Adobe doubles the price after we are all locked in with projects all piled up. Then we'll hear some chatter. Rich Rich Rubasch Tilt Media Inc. Video Production, Post, Studio Sound Stage Founder/President/Editor/Designer/Animator http://www.tiltmedia.com...

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Re: An observation
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Joseph W. Bourke] "trackless editing is the theramin." OMG, this forum has officially justified its entire existence. Not that theremin operators can't be totally badass. If you ask me politely I MIGHT tell you why I have a folder of pictures of Jimmy Page playing the theremin...but I do in...

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Re: An observation
by Joseph W. Bourke in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
From what I've read here over time, it seems to me as if track-based editing is the grand piano, and trackless editing is the theramin. Just another lousy metaphor to consider... Joe Bourke Owner/Creative Director Bourke Media www.bourkemedia.com...

4 months ago   read more
Re: Premiere Won't Bring in Audio Along with Video Clips?
by Brent Taylor in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
So Adobe's support actually helped me solve this. I didn't expect them to be helpful. I guess you have to have the "A1" all the way on the left highlighted for this to work. It will still import the first one into the sequence without that, but that's it. Weird...

1 year ago   read more
Re: "Why I like Premiere Pro" - looking for serious discussion
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Christian Schumacher] " the only thing they did was to give X a ten year life plan." ...of which we've just entered Year 5. It's worth noting that, midway through FCP's 12-year life, all of its major features were more or less in place. Multicam was the last big one,...

5 months ago   read more
Video: Color Grading Reel - Benoit Cote - 2014
by Benoit Cote in the COW - Videos Forum
Color Grading Reel - Benoit Cote - 2014 2014 color grading reel. Edit by Emeline Declerck Music by Jack White - High Ball Stepper cote-b.com watch demo reel...

2 years ago   read more
Re: iOS 9 San Francisco font. Cannot unsee Comic Sans.
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Yo APPL, Comic Sans is a MICROSOFT font....

5 months ago   read more
the other shoe drops - Adobe Anywhere goes software only
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
totally missed that - http://www.postmagazine.com/Press-Center/Daily-News/2015/Adobe-s-TV-and-video-advancements-at-IBC.aspx Adobe Anywhere, a workflow platform for enterprise teams to collaborate, adds the ability to be deployed as either a multi-location streaming solution or a single-location collaboration-only version. that's adobe sort of slipping the knife between avid's ribs there. Avid's native project collaboration and bin sharing...

5 months ago   read more
Re: FCP X - food for thought
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Oliver Peters] "What if Randy left because there was no more for him to do?" I think as far as Randy was concerned, that was EXACTLY the case. Not because of anything about X, but because of Randy. There's always been a cycle for his primary engagement, and it looks...

5 months ago   read more
Re: FCP X - food for thought
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "I suppose the recent Creative Summit sojourn to Apple where a hundred of us met with many of the product managers and the ProApps development team could have been an elaborate hoax designed to continue the facade that the software is an on-going commercial product with enough value...

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Re: FCP X - food for thought
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] " I suppose the recent Creative Summit sojourn to Apple where a hundred of us met with many of the product managers and the ProApps development team could have been an elaborate hoax designed to continue the facade that the software is an on-going commercial product with enough...

5 months ago   read more
Re: AVID? Why Not?
by Steve Connor in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Rich Rubasch] "Are we settling for a less than the best tool. If so why? " The "best" tool is the one that works for you, it depends on your workflow. Avid, PPro CC and FCPX will all get the job done and will do it very well, they all...

5 months ago   read more
Re: Ppro announces new updates - oh dear, they're moving so fast ...
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I have to say - the touch based FCPX kind of blew me away - all the people on here who realised apple were going to implement a massive advance in X dedicated to touch interface scenarios were proved so on the money. I mean you can actually rotate the...

5 months ago   read more
Re: HDR and HEVC H265
by Todd Kopriva in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Thanks for the kind words, Chris. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Todd Kopriva, Adobe Systems Incorporated After Effects product manager and curmudgeon After Effects team blog ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

5 months ago   read more
Re: Warp Stabilizer won't analyze footage
by tad newberry in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
yep, i was having the same problem with a single clip. figured it was corrupted or something. i had already tried everything mentioned in this thread. another thread mentioned making sure there were no clips above the one i was trying to process. there were! i moved them off the...

9 months ago   read more
Re: Bezier Handles in graph editor
by Touko Maksimainen in the Adobe After Effects basics Forum
Well, I've run into this often, and it took me a long time to figure out. AE doesn't allow bezier handles for linked multi-spatial properties (Anchor Point, Position, Orientation, Scale). Your options are to either try to make do with the speed graph or separate the property dimensions. Right click...

6 years ago   read more
Re: XDCAM Software problem with Yosemite
by Robert Mankowski in the Sony XDCAM - EX & Related Forum
Run XDCAM_Transfer_2_13_0.dmg XDCAM Transfer 2.13.mpkg -show package contents open contents packages install XDCAM Transfer...

11 months ago   read more
I wish FCPX adopted these Premiere Pro features
by Oliver Peters in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I know there are plenty of things in FCPX that would be nice to have in Premiere Pro. However, after editing some extended project in Premiere Pro, I'd love to see these things added to FCPX to enhance it. 1. Better UI responsiveness 2. More built-in color correction tools 3....

5 months ago   read more
Re: Adobe vs. Blackmagic
by Oliver Peters in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
My initial thoughts on Resolve 12. http://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/post/could-be-your-next-nle/611177 - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com...

5 months ago   read more
Re: please explain the new business model to me
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Michael Aranyshev] "[Bob Zelin] "With the exception of hi end shows and features, how does the majority of the people on these forums continue to earn a living ? " I think this is maaaybe a little overcooked as a point? camera and software tool availability seems to have set...

5 months ago   read more
Adobe vs. Blackmagic
by Morten Ranmar in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
As a Mac user I have high regards for Adobe's efforts with its video applications - but as many others I do not like the business model that is forced upon us. I have recently begun to test Blackmagic's offerings for NLE, grading and VFX, with the newly released Betas...

5 months ago   read more
Re: please explain the new business model to me
by Joseph W. Bourke in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I have three words to say to you Bob: "Talent Not Included". Although the ground may be shifting under us all in terms of the way the market is working, it will still be a case of talent winning out. There's always a perceived threat when technology gets democratized, but...

5 months ago   read more
Re: He's back...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
But Joseph, I don't owe my livelihood or have my life's work tied to Oil of Olay, Skechers, or Rice Krispies. At NAB 2013 they flat out lied about perpetual licensing. There is a big difference between them and the other providers of editing tools. When you quit paying, they...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back...
by Oliver Peters in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
I don't know. Maybe it's just me, but I don't have a single problem with anything he said nor how he said it. You all want transparency in a company, but then you don't like the answers. I'm not fond of subscription either and certainly have my own ideas about...

6 months ago   read more
Totally OT: The essence of this forum ...
by Herb Sevush in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQFKtI6gn9Y&list=RDkQFKtI6gn9Y#t=13 Herb Sevush Zebra Productions --------------------------- nothin' attached to nothin' "Deciding the spine is the process of editing" F. Bieberkopf...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back... the rich eat chicken wings.
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Aindreas Gallagher] "Premiere Pro CC is the best and most important piece of kit I've ever been given, in twenty years working at this stuff. It just is. And it arrived at a super speed sprint. That thing is God's own time lapse experiment." I keep forgetting to make an...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back... the rich eat chicken wings.
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Chris Pettit] "because customers would have bought what they were comfortable with" Makes me speachless & calls every advertisement that this "cloud" was made for customers a … (not allowed to use this word here...) Makes me mad....

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back...
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
A Nightmare. It was my fear from the beginning, that - if Adobe gets away successful with that "Cloud" named solution - others will follow. Adobe & MS = One Level. Try to sell their matured solutions with a new - forcing continuous payment - business model. Instead of creating...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back...
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
It gets worse from here ladies and gentlemen. This is just the beginning, as has been predicted many times. If you think Adobe subscriptions make you giddy, wait till you need to pull out your credit card to start your computer: "Yes, Windows 10 will be the last numbered version...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back...
by David Mathis in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Suddenly, the theme form "Jaws" is stuck in my head....

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back... the rich eat chicken wings.
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
More select words from the fearless leader: “The key was not just transforming the price and how people paid us,” Garrett says. “The analogy I use is that we didn’t want to have an offering where they could decide whether to buy the car or lease it. That’s just math...."...

6 months ago   read more
Re: He's back... the rich eat chicken wings.
by Aindreas Gallagher in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Adobe expects to end 2015 with $3 billion in annual recurring revenue. “Think of it as a waterfall,” Garrett says. “We have more and more people paying us every month, as opposed to the old model where they paid at random times and we recognized all the revenue up front.”...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Aindreas Gallagher] " it's just that lots of people disregard it as poorly designed software - and those people are just as smart as you! simples!" You know, I think it may be simpler than that. They just don't LIKE it. I think there's room for that. Spoiler alert: a...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Tim Wilson in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Chris Pettit] "Tim, if I may add, more amazing coolness from Jim's career:" Whoaaaa. Thanks, Chris. I will definitely be following up on both of these, Jim. In this context, I should bring up a favorite recent story we ran here in the COW, by Frank Beacham, who set up...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Tim Wilson in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Jim Wiseman] "If you want to see the instruments I have worked with go to Jim Wiseman on Facebook and check the profile picture in the corner. A Hollywood production in 1978 where you can see what the analog synthesizers I built and worked with looked like," Now THAT is...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Andrew Kimery in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Thanks for the clarification, Jim....

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Andrew, I think I clearly stated my situation was unique and that for many rental is acceptable if they can walk away from a project when it is done. That just isn't the way I and many others work. Some for commercial reasons like Rainer who is updating set pieces...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by Oliver Peters in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I decided to run a similar test on my laptop, but with a slightly different sequence set-up. My machine was bought early this year, so it's essentially the new hardware, except with the Nvidia card. 15" Retina MBP 16GB RAM 1TB SSD (MBP 11,3) Iris + GT750M GPU 2.8 GHz...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
I do have the luxury of working from a home studio and most of my work is art or documentary projects of my own choosing. I have a BFA and MFA in video art and video systems design (CalArts and Art Institute of Chicago) and it is my habit to...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
I find the definition of Cloud to be irrelevant. For Adobe, it is 90% a marketing term. Although I'm glad you clarified that and what they charge for it Andrew, it still doesn't alter the real problem. That Adobe only allows one way to get to their software, which is...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by Walter Soyka in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "A LOT of the new speed is clearly due to X being optimized for the new R9 GPU in the new Retina MacBook Pro, but I honestly didn't expect THIS much of a boost. It bodes well for what all computer manufacturers can accomplish when they truly optimize...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by Bret Williams in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Ditto. If you have a large library (job) with lots of projects (sequences) and versions and each has compounds, titles, color correction, effects, templates, and all the other stuff that encompasses a usual edit, then the app really is a dog. Lag, beach balls, you name it. I tend to...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Tx Chris ; ) "Can´t or won´t understand" Mads: I think I understand. And it´s more that I sometimes can´t (and maybe will ; ) understand the Pro-CC arguments. Maybe, that your sight on CC is based on your kind of work and necessities. And maybe it fits perfectly to...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Mads Nybo Jørgensen] "Hey Rainer, I've got nothing further to add - you've decided that the cloud is enemy number one, and that Adobe has joined an evil cult trying to sell you something that you either can't, or won't understand." This community can either engage in a civil and...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Mads Nybo Jørgensen in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Hey Rainer, I've got nothing further to add - you've decided that the cloud is enemy number one, and that Adobe has joined an evil cult trying to sell you something that you either can't, or won't understand. Your last statement contains a number of contradictions on its own: [Rainer...

6 months ago   read more
Re: OT: Are We Finally Seeing the End of Avid?
by Shane Ross in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I work in the exact arena that Mark does...most of the time. Currently cutting a reality show with nine editors, two assistants, 5 story producers...all on an ISIS. Even when I do docs for this company, there will be that many editors on a doc series, and we access all...

6 months ago   read more
Re: OT: Are We Finally Seeing the End of Avid?
by Mark Raudonis in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Here in Los Angeles, in addition to the previously mentioned Film and TV show market, there is one other bright spot for AVID: the REALITY TV market. The post process for just about all reality shows is a HUGE group effort. A typical reality show will have anywhere from 20...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Interesting study and article from PageFair and Adobe on the impact of adblock software
by Tim Wilson in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bernard Newnham] "Of course it blocks everything, including ads on this site, which I didn't mind at all and which were at times useful intros to equipment I didn't know about, and which I know pay for the site. " I use AdBlock Plus too, which is why I happen...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Some numbers...
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
Frankly, the graph of their stock price looks like a classic "Bubble" to me. Where are the profits to justify the stock climb? Isn't that what businesses exist for? Their profit picture is hardly pretty as is their P/E. Some of the stockholders may notice soon. CC got traction on...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Bill Davis in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Chris Pettit] "My faith in Aodbe has been seriously damaged. That's not my doing. It's theirs." I'd go even farther. I'm pretty convinced that their headlong dive into the "subscription only" model is a symptom of a much larger societal problem that goes WAY beyond Adobe. Once you allow any...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Walter Soyka] "since you're using three-year-old Adobe releases with limited first-hand knowledge of the current releases, what is the basis for your reasoning above?" Perfectly reasonable observation Walter. I'm marginally limited by the fact that I don't have my hands on the actual software, and wont, because of frequently stated...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Oliver Peters] "People had that with CS6. Would you rather have each new version of CC be available as a standalone, but then cost you a full $2k (or whatever) to buy it all over again each time there's a feature-laden upgrade? That would be the equivalent." What am I...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Morten Ranmar in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
I still keep an old MacPro as it is, with FCP7, DVDSP and the like installed, so I can go back and service an old project, when it seldom happens. If that software had been rental only, I would not have been able to do this, and could not give...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Strategies to get off the Cloud
by Rainer Schubert in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
"a temporary inability to open" In case, you are not able to renew your subscription (lack of money f example | working in a place where CC isn´t available) it´s much more than a "temporary inability". And also the fact that you have to pay again for the access to your...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] "The 'traditional' business model (and product cycle) just doesn't seem as adequate/effective as it used to be." There's nothing wrong with the original business model. Whats changed is that certain core software (and the companies that sell that software) have reached a level of maturity, and have chosen...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Strategies to get off the Cloud
by David Lawrence in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Oliver Peters] "I realize it might seem like semantics, but there is a big difference between truly losing access and merely have a temporary inability to open them." Afraid we'll have to agree to disagree on this one. ;) For me, this goes beyond "a temporary inability to open" a...

6 months ago   read more
Re: 2 days
by Chris Pettit in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Oliver Peters] " Software is now a utility." Why? Because Adobe says so? Sorry, but I don't accept that as the only new reality, and neither do a great many other people. Look at the marketing language for Affinity, where they specifically address "no subscriptions". If everyone was simply accepting...

6 months ago   read more
Re: How long would it take you to cut a six-part documentary series?
by Shane Ross in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I cut long form docs for a living, and mine, while "hour long," are actually about 44-45 min. The majority of the ones I cut have producers who write scripts based on interviews and including narration. Even the reality shows I cut have story producers who write rough narration, and...

6 months ago   read more
Re: More Resolve
by Michael Gissing in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Blackmagic have called their underbaked NLE beta and that bu fixes and improvements have happened within a week. Apple would have copped far less flack if they had also been that honest and responsive. What will matter is how long it will take Blackmagic to develop the NLE side. From...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Strategies to get off the Cloud
by David Lawrence in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
[Jim Wiseman] "What Rainer was really saying is that you lose Project access. And a lot of work and time if you need to modify a project, which for many with repeat clients, is often." This. ^ The argument has never been about media assets or rendered output. The project...

6 months ago   read more
Re: Strategies to get off the Cloud
by Jim Wiseman in the Adobe Creative Cloud: The Debate Forum
What Rainer was really saying is that you lose Project access. And a lot of work and time if you need to modify a project, which for many with repeat clients, is often. Jim Wiseman Sony PMW-EX1, Pana AJ-D810 DVCPro, DVX-100, Nikon D7000, Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1, Final Cut...

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