Monthly Archives: August 2012

On the move

I’m going to be slowly moving to my sister site – http://www.creativeimpatience.com Blog posts are available here:¬†www.creativeimpatience.com/category/blog/ I already migrated more meaningful posts and pertaining comments there, and will be linking to those in the future. If you want to … Continue reading

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Adobe conforming tool – my vision solidifies

I have been pondering over my recent discussion with David McGavran, the Engineering Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro about the limitations of Premiere’s own XML format when it comes to interchange. I am grateful for this exchange. I realized that … Continue reading

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Exporting FCP XML from Premiere is a dead end

To give credit where one is due, the creators of Final Cut Pro did create one of the more popular standards of exchanging the project information, alongside the old EDL, and Avid’s AAF and OMF. Exporting XML from FCP was … Continue reading

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