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Allan Lissner

Allan Lissner

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Profession: Multimedia Producer
Location: Big Trout Lake , Canada
Home base: Toronto, Canada
URL: http://allan.lissner.net
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: English
Organization: Independent
Journal: http://allan.lissner.net
Last login: 4 months ago
Member since: 25 Mar 2007 18:03


Allan Lissner is an award-winning photographer, videographer, editor, multimedia producer and graphic designer based in Toronto, Canada.

Born in Denmark to a Danish father and a Philippine-Canadian mother, Allan was raised in Ethiopia, Liberia, USA, Nepal, Lithuania, Denmark, Jordan, Bangladesh, and Canada.

Allan has completed degrees in Visual Studies, Philosophy, and Sociology from the University of Toronto, and in Drawing and Painting from the Ontario College of Art and Design.

Some of the organizations Allan has done work with include Amnesty International, GlobalAware Independent Media, the Indigenous Environmental Network, Make Poverty History, Oxfam, the Norwegian Church Aid Tanzania, the Sierra Club, the United Nations Development Program, and the United Nations Women’s Association in Bangladesh.



Recent Post

HDSLR + Final Cut + Compressor Question

I started playing around with DSLR video a few months ago when I had access to the full FCP Studio.

Using the NikonD300s to shoot, I would then take the .AVI video files and put them through Compressor to convert them into Apple ProRes422 files.

Then I could easily edit the ProRes422 files on FCP with no need to render the clips.

Now I no longer have access to the the full FCP Studio (just final cut express) so i miss Compressor. I’m wondering if there is another way to convert those .AVI files out of the camera into something else that is easy to work with in FCP. is it worth paying $1000 just for Compressor?

Still new to video editing, so I hope this question makes some sense.

15 Nov 2010 04:11 | 7 replies

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