These are merely pre-made quicktimes and wav files. FCPX will sync the audio and video -- it just forces everything into a 23.98 clip instead of leaving it all at their native 25fps. This introduces a judder to the video due to the conversion.
Only does this when using "Custom" for the resolution.
I sync'd everything swimingly into 25fps clips with the 1920x1080 material.
I'm currently getting this same issue, except with a different frame rate.
Source ProRes QT files are 25p at 1080x1920. When I try to sync clips, FCPX forces me to choose 23.98.
Same thing happens when trying to do a multicam clip. I was able to get a compound clip to stay 25fps, but only after making a 25fps project at that size and making the compound clip from the project, as opposed to from the browser.
None of this behavior happened with the clips that were 1920x1080 at 25fps.
I am still on 10.4. Does anyone know if this is resolved in later updates?
Very cool! Thanks for sharing.
Unless you've changed your library settings to be in "Wide Gamut HDR", it will be in "Standard" which is Rec 709.
Easy way to see what's up is to click on the project you're working on and look at the Inspector. It'll tell you what color space you're working in.
Secondly, if you go to export your project, click on Settings. You can see the space it will export to from there.
Ah... Apologies for missing that.
CMD A to highlight everything.
Go to Edit menu and select "Remove Attributes"
Select what you want gone.
I'm in need of an app for OSX that will record my screen with audio. QuickTime doesn't seem to be able to do that, unless I'm missing something.
There's a ton of apps in the app store, but I was wondering what some of the other FCPX users here were using.
You're gonna want some loudness metering for your mixes in the future if you're doing a lot of broadcast.
This one does a lot too: