Final Cut Pro on Mac OS to 10.5 (Leopard) upgradeof rob - 25 oct 2007 13:01:00 Here are a couple tips for all those Final Cut Pro users, who are superior, as soon as possible on the next Mac OS 10.5 system upgrade. One of the best tips schlausten here is: Wait until other of their experiences ... and ... if the system is produced: finger away from the upgrade - it is called here first: never change a running system until Leopard established and secure, production-critical systems should be upgraded - or simply read Slashcam - there should be synonymous in a review Leopard & consorts give ...
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Antwort von DWUA.:
Is not a bad tip s.sich, because the principle
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yes is synonymous for (an) other (s) current (s), explosive (s), thread (s) here.
Antwort von 7894:
I've done it! and it runs everything perfectly! final cut and synonymous everything else is running without problems.
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Antwort von TarantinoQ82:
synonymous with me :-)
Antwort von wildfirewoman:
apropos UPGRADE ...
than with the software Untertitlerin Belle Nuit Subtitler for me was the software Final Cut Pro is the perfect program to set the title of the film to pack. The procedure is as follows: The program creates a edl-file (with a number list for the TIFF and infos to the intimate and outtime - eg 002 0002 VC 00:01:09:18 00:01:14:03 00:01:09:18 00:01:14:03 * FROM CLIP NAME: 0002.tif * FROM CLIP IS STILL A This I could with the corresponding numbered and subtitled (tiff with the numbering from 0001 to 9999) in Final Cut import. Nowadays, ie "Leopard" computers stores in my program subtitle subtitles are still numbered, as TIFFs, but when importing into Final Cut Pro appear TIFFs without numbers. This is the EDL file with their info worthless and the subtitles can not be imported. Did you make a statement? And there is a solution? I am grateful for every tip and any info! Best Regards, B. Wildfeuer