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August 30th, 2014
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RSSNEWS:
New Video Denoiser for windows. Standalone, with outputs to Prores and HEVC H265
Cinemartin, the Spanish company, producer of the acclaimed Cinemartin Cinec Prores video converter software, the first H265 & prores video converter for windows software (http://www.cinemartin.com/cinec/), developers of the Adobe Premiere Plugin to export to Apple ProRes (http://www.cinemartin.com/cinec/plin), now announces the release of Cinemartin Denoiser, a professional video denoiser for windows, that works as standalone software, and outputs to Prores.
published 12 hours ago   read more
ATG Danmon Completes File-Based Production Support System For Intervideo
ATG Danmon announces the completion of a file transcoding and standards conversion system for Intervideo, London's longest established independent broadcast post-production house.
published 14 hours ago   read more
Canadian Corey Large Executive Producer on "The November Man" in Theaters Now and "Revenge of The Green Dragons" Premiering at Tiff
Corey Acts and Produces in BC film "Poker Night" Premiering December 5, 2014
The year 2014 is proving to be busier than ever for Canadian actor/writer/producer Corey Large. As an executive producer, the B.C. native has a handful of blockbusters screening at prestigious film festivals and in theaters worldwide. Earlier this year “It Follows” premiered at Cannes and more recently, “Revenge of the Green Dragons” was accepted into the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. “The November Man” opens this August and, later this year, “Poker Night” debuts in theatres across North America.
published 14 hours ago   read more
Eyeheight named as DPP-accredited software supplier
Eyeheight has received full accreditation from the Digital Production Partnership as a supplier of software for broadcast industry file compliance. This encompasses the full range of Eyeheight plug-ins including BroadcastSafeMC (for Avid Media Composer), BroadcastSafePP (for Adobe Premiere Pro) and BroadcastSafeFCPX (for Apple Final Cut Pro X).
published 2 days ago   read more
Video Devices Product Line Steps Into the Spotlight at IBC for the First Time
New Brand Identity from Sound Devices Reinforces Video Product Line
Video Devices, mission-critical video products by Sound Devices, will make its IBC debut at this year’s exhibition (Hall 8, Stand B59). Since Sound Devices introduced its first video products, the camera-mounted PIX 240i and PIX 220i, the company has expanded on its success with a range of rack-mounted, network-connected video recorders. These product additions, including the new PIX 270i and PIX 250i, have opened new markets and product categories for the company.
published 4 days ago   read more
SMPTE® Announces 2014 Honorees and Award Winners
Annual SMPTE Honors & Awards Ceremony Highlights Vision, Ingenuity, Perseverance, and Dedication to Motion Picture and Television Industries
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), the worldwide leader in motion-imaging standards and education for the communications, media, entertainment, and technology industries, today revealed the outstanding industry members who will be recognized Thursday, Oct. 23, at the SMPTE 2014 Honors & Awards Ceremony.
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Big Block Live Clicks With Greenpeace
Josh + Vince Direct Comic Genius Reggie Watts in "#ClickClean" Videos
Big Block Live and its directorial team Josh + Vince brought the good energy, their close ties to the artistic community and their signature brand of humor to the new Greenpeace campaign "#Click Clean" by The VIA Agency.
published 5 days ago   read more
Accusys ExaSAN Introduces PCIe3.0 Storage Solutions at IBC 2014
Accusys is introducing the latest PCIe3.0 storage solutions for post-production workgroups at IBC 2014. The applications include double DAS, Thunderbolt connection to the new Mac Pro, and ExaSAN Level 2 SAN infrastructure and will be shown at Accusys ExaSAN’s booth.
published 1 week ago   read more
Blackmagic Cinema Camera and DaVinci Resolve 11 Used on Owl City “Wolf Bite” Music Video
Blackmagic Design today announced that the music visualizer for Owl City’s newest track, “Wolf Bite,” was shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera (EF) and color graded on DaVinci Resolve 11. The video is one of the first projects in the world to be finished on the newest version of DaVinci Resolve.
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ZOO Digital To Present Revolutionary Cloud-Based Subtitling And Captioning Service, ZOOsubs, at IBC 2014.
ZOOsubs is the new generation software-enabled subtitling and captioning service transforming the industry. Using the latest cloud technologies, it provides an innovative new approach in an industry that has seen little change in 50 years. ZOOsubs gives global clients a smarter, simpler and more cost-effective solution.
published 2 weeks ago   read more


RSSTUTORIALS:
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 25 VFX - The Michael Bay Look
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 25 VFX - The Michael Bay LookIn this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe makes sure that all the Motion 4 & 5 users aren't left out when taking a look at mimicking the Michael Bay Film Look! Using only the tools inside of Motion 4 & 5, Kevin shows how combining your footage with some solids and transfer modes, will create a stylized and memorable effect that can be used over and over again!
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 09/09/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 24 Preferences Part TWO
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 24 Preferences Part TWOIn part two of his look at Preferences, Kevin P McAuliffe breaks down some of the most important preferences like Autosave Vaults and even sub-frame keyframing to make sure that you have a good foundation to work at your most optimal pace.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 09/07/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 23 Keyboard Shortcuts
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 23 Keyboard ShortcutsIn this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about your Keyboard Settings and takes a first part look at Preferences. It's important to understand both, and why it might not always be a good idea to go in and make extensive changes to either, especially if you're a freelancer.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 09/07/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 22 Image Masking Part 2
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 22 Image Masking Part 2In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe builds on what was covered in the previous lesson by talking about not only adding effects to your matte keys, but also how to think outside the box and "attach" footage to your mattes, and manipulate them, however your client needs you to.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 08/19/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 21 Image Masking Part 1
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 21 Image Masking Part 1In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe discusses the basics of Image Masking inside of Motion 5. Image Masking is how you will utilize Matte Keys inside of Motion 5, and this lesson will not only show you how to quickly and easily matte key video footage, but will also show you how to start building complex composites lightning quick!
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 08/19/2013
Apple Motion
Motion INs and OUTs - Advanced Keyframing Techniques
Motion INs and OUTs - Advanced Keyframing TechniquesIn this tutorial, Andy shows some clever ways to duplicate and adjust the timing of keyframed animations as well as highlight common pitfalls. He also show a number of techniques to make keyframing in Motion a little easier. A sample project is provided for download to follow along with the tutorial.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andy Neil on 08/08/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 20 Motion Loves FCPX: Titles
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 20 Motion Loves FCPX: TitlesIn this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how easy it is to start integrating Motion 5 with FCPX, and he starts by showing you how to create a simple lower third. The lower third is simple to create, but the technique behind the editing of the text, and color changing of the lower third, shows you the true power of Motion 5, and why, if you're an FCPX editor, you NEED Motion 5 as your graphics application of choice.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 07/30/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 19: Text Part 6
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 19: Text Part 6In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe wraps up his look at text by talking about the text type-on feature inside of Motion 5. What might seem like a simple concept can have a few simple effects added to it, to make it a very stylized end product.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 07/30/2013
Apple Motion
Motion INs and OUTs - Looping Graphics
Motion INs and OUTs - Looping GraphicsIn this tutorial, Andy shows how to create a seamless looping background for your editing needs and how to publish it to FCP X for ease of use.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andy Neil on 07/16/2013
Apple Motion
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 18: Text Part 5: Path Text
Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 18: Text Part 5: Path TextIn this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about a topic he is asked about all the time, and that is how to animate text along a path. Not only does he show you the different path types you can use, he also shows you a quick way to use Path Text in an animated show bumper.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Kevin P McAuliffe on 07/13/2013




THREADS:
Re: What happens when deleting old rendered fies?
by Mark Suszko in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Don't forget to actually empty the trash when you do this, or you won't see much change....
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Diagonal Split In FCP 7
by Mark Suszko in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Or make each clip its own layer, over a black first layer, and use the mask tool, your black line comes from the offset of each clip relative to the next....
7 hours ago   read more
Re: Please? - FCP 7 General Error after Export
by Rob Gutermuth in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Sorry, I meant "repairing permissions on the boot drive" New info: just created a new seq, copy and pasted the first 10 mins with 5 or so markers, and no error - I have to check to see if that glitch is gone though.... grrrr Still wouldn't mind some insight...
11 hours ago   read more
Re: auto select clip that you "click-on" in viewer
by Nick Meyers in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
yeah, i missed the FCP X bit....
11 hours ago   read more
Re: FCP7 - Editing Film in True 24 vs 23.98
by Nick Meyers in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
yes: converting will give you picture artefacts, comforting wont! for me, conforming is the way to go, but you need to adjust your sync on the audio. a simple approach to this is if the sound you shoot with the video is not more than 2 tracks. then you can...
11 hours ago   read more
Please? - FCP 7 General Error after Export
by Rob Gutermuth in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Hi All, Snow Leopard is the OS... FCP7 - When I export the timeline, it goes all the way to the end, and then gives me a "general error" and I do not get the chapter markers in the qt file like I usually do. I choose DVD SP Markers...
11 hours ago   read more


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