This is the ultimate primer for Final Cut Pro editors working in High Definition! Host Noah Kadner takes a field trip to Abel Cine Tech in Hollywood to test-drive a wide cross-section of HD cameras including models from Sony, Panasonic, JVC and Canon. He then returns to the edit suite to work with the HD footage from each camera in post-production.
Cameras explored in this veritable HD buffet include: Panasonic HPX-500 and 2000, Sony PDW-F350 and HVR-V1U, JVC HD-250U, Canon XL-H1 and more.
Noah has answered thousands of FCP-related questions during his years spent as a forum leader in message boards like 2-pop.com, CreativeCOW, and DVXuser.com. He’s also spent years as an Apple Certified Pro instructor in Final Cut Studio and as a systems integrator and private consultant for 24p HD production and editing in Hollywood. Now he brings you all of that knowledge and experience in this course.
Armed with this training video, Final Cut Pro 7 editors will be able to collaborate with producers and cinematographers working in many different high definition formats. Learn the right settings for the cameras and FCP and complete all of your HD projects quickly and painlessly!
Here are just few things that are covered in High Definition Survival Guide
Sony XDCAM HD
HDV in 1080i and 720p
JVC ProHD 24p
HD to SD course Down-conversion
Export to Apple Color
Export for Web
Export for Film
and much more