bmcilvaine at henninger.com
Wed Feb 8 11:38:41 PST 2006
If you want to have a simple QT playback utility, get an old OS9
system (Mac) and use ProTools free and a midi device between the
rigs... Load the QT Video into ProTools free, lock to the incoming
MTC, Spot the video on the timeline you want the first frame to start
(may require some goofing to get correct, but once it's there, it's
there) and then let it rip.... I'm sure there are other methods as
well using other software... the Xjadeo thing looks a lot easier,
And the idea of a destructive editor integrated in a similar fashion
to Bias' Peak and Deck sounds interesting, where exporting a selected
segment of a mono or stereo (or heck, why not 5.1 or 7.1 or 10.2?)
track opens a destuctive editor is interesting, though I would prefer
the process stay non-destructive the whole way through. Having an
advanced editing winow feels redundant to me. Why not just aim to do
this type of editing on the Ardour track? Opening an editor to work
with an editor seems a little clunky.
BTW, and in this area of thought, I've opened and run .99-1 and 2.0
and they are beautiful! I love the contextual menus... very nuendo-
esque if I dare say. In my very limited interaction with the app,
however, I haven't found a way to "scrub" audio to determine edit
points, and I've not found reference in the manual. Am I missing
something, or is this not yet implemented?
Thanks for bearing the question of a newbie!
On Feb 8, 2006, at 2:22 PM, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
>> the menus are defined in text files now. any user can define their
>> menus as they wish. neat, eh?
> Yet another move in the right direction, from there it would be
> to write a script to install plugin type jack applications in Ardour's
> Menu. This could be a double edged sword, but I would suppose the
> responsibility needs to rest on the end user.
> Out of curiosity, any chance of an ability to launch external apps
> that with options that could be defined in the menu system? For
> for me I use Rezound for my destructive single file editing, and
> love it
> completly. I owuld love to be able to launch it on demand from within
> ardour to edit chunks of audio in ardour, and update it
> automatically in
> ardour. Obviously at the moment I Dont tihnk it is possible, but
> as an
> Sheesh and the above paragraph came from someone just advocating
> the use
> of a single program as much as possible;) At least I know I am not
> in my ways.
>>> By the way, it would be great if a second system dedicated to video
>>>> playback could be synced to Ardour. This is what I have seen
>>>> done with
>>>> Protools and Virtual VTR on a mix stage for a feature film.
>> you use MTC+SMPTE for this. you do need a converter for now,
>> because we
>> still don't have SMPTE converters inside JACK or Ardour.
> Paul is dead on on this one. I have actually looked at stuff like
> virtualVTR for applications like this and the possiblity of using it
> with ardour. I am just not that serious, or that rich rather, to be
> able to afford this yet;)
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