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  10 October 2004
working effectivly between final cut and combustion

What would be the easiest way to work from final cut to combustion? I made my video editor in final cut combustion and it seems to be ok, although it doesnt support my blackmagic 8-bit timelines. Changing this to uncompressed 8-bit fixes this problem easily enough though.

Basically I have a whole lot of keying to do on clips which need special masks for the hair etc.

Cheerio
Ry
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  10 October 2004
Originally Posted by RelaxoRy: What would be the easiest way to work from final cut to combustion? I made my video editor in final cut combustion and it seems to be ok, although it doesnt support my blackmagic 8-bit timelines. Changing this to uncompressed 8-bit fixes this problem easily enough though.

Basically I have a whole lot of keying to do on clips which need special masks for the hair etc.

Cheerio
Ry


I render out and import the new clips in FC.. Surely there's an easier way? Importing and exporting is..... so last season!
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  11 November 2004
going from FCP to Combustion - the easy way . . .

Hi....

Why don't you try out " Pro Import FCP " from Automatic Duck ???

http://www.automaticduck.com/produc...t_fcp/index.php

regards,

jack
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