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Augusto Castillo & Pablo Porta: Capsule 1988

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    Augusto Castillo & Pablo Porta: Capsule 1988

    https://vimeo.com/m/95248591

    Working on Final Cut Pro editorial skills. Check out the bladin. I do know some of the clips are dark. Don't have the best camera, but did the best with what I have. Aside from that, leave any helpful feedback on pros and cons. - Pablo

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    1)Figure out a workaround for that vignetting and distortion issue... everything looks squashed like your recording/importing settings don't match up.

    2)Is there a way to turn off steady shot or image stabilizer on your camera? A lot of times I forget with my little HD cam.

    3)Is there a removable hood or whatever on your lens? If you take it off it might get rid of the angled thing you can see on either side of the screen. I was zooming my footage for a while to get rid of that can't believe it took me so long to try seeing what footage looked like without the hood.

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      #3
      I haven't been able to figure out why it's squashed when I import it. I've tried messing with the settings multiple times. And if I turn off the image stabilizer it becomes weirdly shaky. I'll try zooming in next time. Thanks for the tips. I'll start doing some more research on my camera and it's functionality.

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        #4
        There's gotta be a way to stretch that footage within an editing program. Also I'd recommend cropping/zooming within the editing program rather than zooming with the camera (not sure which you meant but just sayin)

        Or just skip the fuss and get a VX :mrgreen: xoxo

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          #5
          Originally posted by ivalosf View Post
          I haven't been able to figure out why it's squashed when I import it. I've tried messing with the settings multiple times.
          What camera are you using?

          Importing the files at the right settings/aspect ratio and creating a timeline with the same settings/aspect ratio is critical for making sure that footage isn't screwed up.

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            #6
            Originally posted by `\.oOOo./` View Post
            Importing the files at the right settings/aspect ratio and creating a timeline with the same settings/aspect ratio is critical
            I feel like this has to be the issue. The camera probably has a way to film in 16:9 or widescreen or whatever else too I'd think.

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