Final Cut Pro & Fabric Panels

By John Lux

[fusion_dropcap class="fusion-content-tb-dropcap"]S[/fusion_dropcap]ince the move, our Final Cut Pro system has been, we’ll call it temperamental. Dennis has been working almost daily for the last 2 weeks figuring out what the problems was. First was determining whether it was the Mac or whether it was Final Cut. Considering Final Cut wouldn’t even load for a bit Dennis started with the computer. After finding a couple things out of whack the computer overall seemed to be working right so it was on to dealing with Final Cut. After seeing issues with the software we went back & fourth whether the problem was the computer or the software. It appears, and I emphasize appears until we see it for sure, that the problem may be the mother board. A new one will be in Thursday and we’ll see what happens.

Duncan, bless his heart, put up 6 gray fabric panels in the edit suites yesterday. The acoustics in the new edit suites are surprisingly good already so the panels should only improve it more. And with the precision needed to do the job, Duncan was pretty much the only person for it. The first one is always the hardest but once it got up the rest went up much quicker and in the end, only a little touch up paint is necessary.

June 16, 2009|Archive|

About the Author: John Lux

As COO of IDEAS, John manages the day-to-day operations of the company. He is a category expert in studio production and is responsible for bringing advanced digital media technology to IDEAS.

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