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  1. Thanks for the reply Vozzz, it's the time factor that's got me. What should my shopping list look like if I were to do it through newegg?
  2. I'm broke and I need some get a PC that I'll be able to edit HD on asap. Would it be stupid to get one of these for that purpose? http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/system/Mega_Special_II/ I usually do a bit a research and assemble my own machine when it's time to upgrade. But I'm seriously short on cash and I need to start a HD project asap. (I know I'm in the dark ages :/ ) So should I?
  3. Hi all I'm pretty sure a lot of us here, whether freelance or not, work from home. Sometimes on weekends till the wee hrs of night. Anyone knock back a beer or two or six while making some mograph masterpieces? Personally I'd work on some fun stuff after coming home from a few beers but I wouldn't want to touch client work. You?
  4. I found this web resource that offers information on TV production. The site looks like it was designed in the 90's but the information seems up to date. Seems pretty good so far. http://www.cybercollege.com/
  5. Hi, I've and using Premeire a lot more than I used to and I've been having some problems with aspect ratios while working with Premiere and After Effects (CS3). When I export video from Premiere into AE with the following settings. Editing Mode: DV NTSC Frame size: 720 x 480 Pixel aspect ratio: D1/DV NTSC Widescreen 16:9 (1.2) (this is footage captured from a Sony HDR cam shot at 1080i and then iLink down converted SD) If I create a comp in AE with the NTSC DVWidescreen preset, the video from Premiere's dimensions look distorted. What am I doing wrong? Also in regards the youtube. What setting should you use to ensure you fill the entire frame? I export videos with the above settings (but with square pixels 1.0, and also encoded in QT) , however the videos do not fill the entire frame. Thanks in advance for the help.
  6. Hi all, I know this post may not be suited for this forum, but I've been lurking Mograph for a while I've come to trust the advice given here. I'm working on creating a web-based video program which content involves news, interviews and coverage of events. I have no experience in the planning and production of a project like this. Does anyone know of any books or resources that can help prepare me for organizing the work needed to be done? Anyone help would be appreciated. Thanks
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