What mouse hah I haven’t used a mouse in years… Wacom tablet all the way for my mac.
I was going to ask the exact same thing.
Lets say, I have a video clip and i want to add alpha channel on it, so it would be saved as *.mov (png squence) with alpha channel. Size of that file would be rather huge and one could have more than one in zip archive, and that would probably exceed upload size limit. So instead, video files could be saved as *.mov (photo jpg) sequence plus another file which would be used for “lumma matte” to artificially created alpha channel on our *mov (photo jpg) sequence. I hope this make any sense? Question is, do we add both files to total number of video clips, or just one? This question might be irrelevant, but when customer ask “why did you say 2 clips and there’s just one inside” or vice versa its wont be funny anymore. Pics as example
Personally I was in a bicycle accident with a car back at the end of June and my right arm had been in a cast and unable to use a computer at all. So my reason is a little different why I’ve been absent.
I am almost 100% sure that the only way to have a video with the apple prores codec is to create it on a mac.
QuickTime Pro is fantastic… Adobe media encoder is also very good.
Way to simple. Something like this could be made in a fairly short amount of time.
+100 I have to answer this at least once a month when dealing with motion graphic videos that have an alpha channel
during the beginning of the year the staff mentioned they were going to be doing price tests for specific items on specific market places. So hopefully they will/have tested motion graphics and stock footage prices and we see a price increase as well.