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jason_21218
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Posted - 02/04/2003 :  14:59:56  Show Profile
What is the 'DV' mean?

roger
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Posted - 02/04/2003 :  16:29:09  Show Profile  Visit roger's Homepage
DV is a digital, non-linear video editing program, like Premiere or Final Cut Pro.

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jason_21218
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Posted - 02/05/2003 :  07:47:49  Show Profile
so........once I get good at making and rendering objects....DV is where i can 'rotate' and animate and all that?
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jason_21218
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Posted - 02/05/2003 :  07:57:44  Show Profile
also.....once I make something in strata......can I put it into Final Cut?
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roger
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Posted - 02/05/2003 :  08:56:51  Show Profile  Visit roger's Homepage
well, you can do all the rotating and animating in Strata, and then if you want to add film effects or compositing, you can do that in DV.
I don't know what kind of formats that FCP imports, but yes, I imagine there are several ways you could put your Strata animations into FCP. QT, DV stream, etc...
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mpatton
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Posted - 02/05/2003 :  09:15:12  Show Profile  Visit mpatton's Homepage  Send mpatton an AOL message  Send mpatton an ICQ Message
The nice thing about using Strata and Final Cut Pro together is the ability to render the alpha channel on your animations. You import into Strata, and you have a nice clean mask of the model all done for you (minus shadows, though).

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