Instuctional Drumming; 1 of 6 shuffles, audio Mixbus, video Final Cut


This is an early production test but it’s cool enough to demonstrate Mixbus(unmastered) with video. If there are issues streaming this off my server, I’ll move it to youtube.

Mac OSX Sea Lizzard
Mixbus 1.1
Final Cut Pro 7.0
Canon Vixia HF200; 1920x1080 24p
Name: YouTube Widescreen02
Description: Upload settiings for 16:9 material
File Extension: mov
Estimated size: unknown
Audio Encoder
AAC, Stereo (L R), 44.100 kHz
Video Encoder
Format: QT
Width: 640
Height: 360
Pixel aspect ratio: Square
Crop: None
Padding: None
Frame rate: 30
Frame Controls On:
Retiming: (Fast) Nearest Frame
Resize Filter: Linear Filter
Deinterlace Filter: Better (Motion Adaptive)
Adaptive Details: Off
Antialias: 0
Detail Level: 0
Field Output: Progressive
Codec Type: Photo - JPEG
Multi-pass: Off, frame reorder: Off
Pixel depth: 24
Spatial quality: 50
Min. Spatial quality: 50
Key frame interval: 15
Temporal quality: 50
Min. temporal quality: 50
Type: Scale
Position: Center
Output: 16x9 1.78:1
Manual: 100.000
Background: r:0.0000, g:0.0000, b:0.0000
Sharpen Edge
Amount: 10.000

I’m producing a series of instructional drumming videos. This is a segment of my friend Curly Martin teaching one of six blues shuffles. The DVD will include in depth studies of rudiments played with four way independence on the drum kit–mmmm, better than sex.

I’m excited about the quality of these cheap HF200 cameras. The uncompressed HD Quicktime files look nice. I’m not referencing the video on a CRT yet so I can’t see color problems but suspect there’s some red issues.