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Jan
15
comment How to defeat the display info overlay on the HDMI output of the Canon XA25 including the status indicator?
Bad news, my colleague's Canon XA25 was stolen from a locked closet early this week. I will have to suspend this question until he replaces the camera. My apologies.
Jan
13
comment How to defeat the display info overlay on the HDMI output of the Canon XA25 including the status indicator?
many thanks for responding. I am giving you a point for trying while waiting for my colleague to verify.
Jan
10
comment Where does Camtasia store files locally?
Also, letting us know what platform and OS may be of use. If this is Windows for instance, look in the "documents and settings" (Win7) or "Users" (Win8) for the login that was implementing Comtasia at the time.
Jan
10
revised How to defeat the display info overlay on the HDMI output of the Canon XA25 including the status indicator?
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Jan
10
comment Does anybody have suggestion to recreate this light trail effect?
I think you covered it well, and AFAIK there is no way to accomplish what Ed's device can do because it can have way more reiterations then any NLE on any platform can handle to date.
Jan
10
asked How to defeat the display info overlay on the HDMI output of the Canon XA25 including the status indicator?
Jan
9
comment Does anybody have suggestion to recreate this light trail effect?
Oh, by no means did I mean to discredit your answer, I was merely trying to enhance it from a historical perspective. It won't be long before many NLE will offer this effect if I am reading the demand correctly.
Jan
9
comment Does anybody have suggestion to recreate this light trail effect?
AJ, here is another one for your repertoire: There are specialized frame buffers configured to reiterate images as illustrated in the example. I credit Ed Tannenbaum for developing this device as far back as 1980 when it debuted at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. For more information Google with key words "Ed Tannenbaum Exploratorium". Ed is a colleague of mine and he told me that his inspiration for this device was from watching Norman McLaren's 1968 film "Pas de Deux".
Dec
17
revised Create quickly alternating clips in Premiere Pro
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Dec
17
answered Create quickly alternating clips in Premiere Pro
Nov
19
comment Why do some camcorders record in 1080i?
Don't forget that many broadcast stations (air waves vs. cable or satellite) broadcast in 1080i.
Nov
5
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Oct
30
comment What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?
Horatio, another example would be the pulse rate of a fluorescent light which also uses a phosphor coating. If the phosphor persistence is significantly less than the energizing pulse you would see flicker, or if you took a high speed motion image capture of the average fluorescent light, and then slowed it down you could see the Delta brightness aka flicker.
Oct
30
comment What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?
Good find ! however refresh rate will affect how much flicker one perceives so refresh rate and flicker are related so more science to boot. Thank you.
Oct
30
comment What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?
This behavior could be described using a function of time, such as Flicker Rate = Frame Rate / Persistence of Phosphor. So not art, maybe jargon, but certainly physical fact aka science.
Oct
29
revised What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?
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Oct
29
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Oct
29
comment What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?
Guessing? I take it you both never had the pleasure of quality control testing for medical film recorders.
Oct
29
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Oct
29
answered What is the difference between Refresh Rate and Flicker Rate?