Craig Harris

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  1. Well, Fusion crashed which isn't surprising but now I can't reopen my project. The project opens on the Fusion page and I get the spinning wheel of death... forever. Does anyone have any insight or suggestions as to how I can get around that? Craig
  2. Hey, Abby. Could you explain how you do this?
  3. Great tutorial and looking forward to the remaining. I'm curious if you'll be covering the use of multiple shapes with tracking/perspective tracking? Many thanks.
  4. Getting an accurate calibration on an HP Dreamcolor is pretty much impossible. I've never seen two Dreamcolors next to each other that match. Better off getting an Eizo or FSI.
  5. Craig Harris

    THE HOBBIT

    Trish, your work is amazing. Thanks for sharing.
  6. Quick update: I was able to get a good track by expanding the tracking boxes like you suggested in the second video.
  7. Thanks, for this tutorial! Very helpful. I'm having a hard time getting a track and am wondering if it's a software issue or if I'm doing something wrong. I've attached a screen grab. I can get a solid result with only one tracker, but not more than one.
  8. Is it possible to monitor the output from Fusion via SDI?
  9. One of the old greats and it's still looking awesome. I wish they still made them.
  10. Early days in my new room but loving it. Running an FSI for my monitor and rocking a Panasonic Pro Plasma for clients.
  11. I've used this workflow for most of my projects. You take an EDL or XML into RedCineX, set your export to R3D Trim, set your handle lengths, and the export. It creates trimmed R3D files that you can easily manage and import into your grading app of choice.
  12. The DaVinci menu simply shows you what hotkeys control the various printer light steps. With Stream Deck, you can configure that any way you like with deep menus. Hope that helps.