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Wedding - Same Day Edits

 
ahceedehruh
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Dec 20, 2010 20:21 |  #1

I was just wondering, for those who do same day edits for weddings, do you guys play the video off Final Cut? If so, how do you play it off Final Cut and does it lag when you play it? Or do you normally have time to export the video? Any input is much appreciated. Thanks!!




  
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Ren ­ Tachino
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Dec 21, 2010 00:46 |  #2

I've only done a few SDEs, but each time we left time to export. Especially because it usually isn't our computer that they play it off of. Usually the DJs.




  
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Dec 23, 2010 10:23 |  #3

Export it. And if you can, burn a DVD of it in case the DJ doesn't have any hookups for your laptop (or doesn't have a laptop with video out).

I learned that the hard way. Had my first SDE done by 10pm ready to show, and had to burn a DVD cause the DJ didn't have anything with both video+audio combined except for a DVD player.



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Dec 23, 2010 21:13 |  #4

We play out of Final Cut if we don't have enough time to export. It does not stutter. Go View>External Video>All Frames. We haven't run into any issues doing so.

Never rely on the DJ to play your video. We supply our own projector and of course have the proper connection to the laptop. As far as audio goes, there are 2 options. 1 is house sound, and 2 is going through the DJ. Make sure to figure it out BEFORE the wedding. We tell our clients that they must supply the audio, and we will give them an RCA cord. We also have 1/4" to 1/8", and just in case we pack a 50' XLR to 1/4" for when we aren't near the DJ or the DJ doesn't have the cables.


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