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  1. Hi all!New to this forum, excited to chat and learn from the experts!My question involves syncing two channel/track audio to video in FCPX.I'm capturing dialogue/sound (it's a cooking show) using two Sennheiser wireless lav mics connected to a Zoom H4N recorder. Each subject/host has her own transmitter and receiver.I'm looking for the cleanest/most efficient way to sync this sound to the video while being able to work on each individual mic and mix the two as needed.Here's what I've discovered so far:1) If I set the Zoom record mode to stereo I get one file and left/right channels. If I sync
  2. Hi all!New to this forum, excited to chat and learn from the experts!My question involves syncing two channel/track audio to video in FCPX.I'm capturing dialogue/sound (it's a cooking show) using two Sennheiser wireless lav mics connected to a Zoom H4N recorder. Each subject/host has her own transmitter and receiver.I'm looking for the cleanest/most efficient way to sync this sound to the video while being able to work on each individual mic and mix the two as needed.Here's what I've discovered so far:1) If I set the Zoom record mode to stereo I get one file and left/right channels. If I sync
  3. Camcorder: PXW-X70 Computer: Macbook Pro OS X Lion (2011) (includes firewire & usb outputs & SD slot) Editing software: FCPX External hard drive: ??? I want to get the highest possible picture & sound quality from my PXW-X70, to do this I need to shoot using the following formats: Video: XAVC Long GOP 422 10-bit 50Mbps (1920x1080) at 60p Audio: XAVC QFHD : Linear PCM 2ch, 24bit, 48kHz I know nothing about external hard drives. How do I avoid loss in sound & picture quality? Because I don't know much about this, I don't know whether a) the hard drive itself is wh
  4. https://vimeo.com/71812380 We are very thankfull for John Brawley’s first ProRes Files of the Black Magic Pocket Camera. We have decided to use Final Cut X for grading because we want to know how to get some useful pictures in a short time without using a color grading software like DaVinci. Our goal was to make a quick and uncomplicated color grading video without an additional grading software. Therefore we used Final Cut X and we were pleasantly surprised about the results. Lenses used: SLR Magic 35mm F1,4 Olympus 14-35mm F2,0 Olympus 7-14mm
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