|Surfing Film Catches Big Break At AlphaDogs|
The origins of surfing date as far back as the 18th Century where wooden surfboards that sometimes weighed as much as 150 pounds were used for big wave surfing. While methods of surfing have changed substantially since the early days, what hasn’t changed is the lure of finding that perfect wave, and there is no place quite like Mexico for a surfing adventure! In the new film from filmmaker Mark Kronemeyer titled Gone, audiences are taken on a journey from Baja to Oaxaca, to bone-dry deserts and tropical jungles on the search for the soul of surfing in Mexico. “I got the idea for the film traveling around Mexico and documenting our journey up and down the Pacific coast,” said Kronemeyer. “I hope audiences will want to travel and discover more of the real Mexico after watching Gone. http://www.gonefilm.tv/
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|iZotope Trash 2 Distortion Engine Now Available For Lowest Price Ever|
Permanent price drop and free expansion packs make distortion plug-in an even greater value
iZotope, Inc., a leading audio technology company, announced a permanent price reduction on their Trash 2 distortion engine. The plug-in is now available for the lowest price ever of $99, and also includes two free Expansion Packs (Classic Textures and Edge) full of patches and impulses for additional creative experimentation.
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|SMPTE IBC2015 Product Preview|
IBC2015 Preview Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® Partnership Village, Stand 8.F51f
(July 23, 2015) SMPTE at IBC2015
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Final Cut Pro: Tracking Vignettes
In this Apple Color tutorial, Richard Harrington along with color expert Robbie Carman teaches how to use tracking to have vignettes follow a person around the screen to simulate a spotlight effect.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Richard Harrington on 02/23/2009
Final Cut Pro: Saturation Curves in Color
In this Apple Color tutorial, Richard Harrington along with color expert Robbie Carman create the Pleasantville effect in Apple Color. Using the secondary curves, specifically the saturation curve, to isolate just the yellow in a taxi cab everything else in the video clip can then be desaturated to create this popular effect.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Richard Harrington on 02/16/2009
Custom Shapes in Color - Final Cut Help
In this Apple Color tutorial Richard Harrington and guest Robbie Carman will use user defined shapes to form vinettes to perform a secondary color correction. Learn about where primary and secondary color correction really occurs in Apple Color and other tips and tricks.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Richard Harrington on 01/19/2009
One Team. Three Network Shows. Every Week.
Creative Cow Contributing Editor Zed Saeed has helped create pioneering Final Cut Pro workflows for major feature films and episodic TV production. This year, he and the team at DigitalFilm Tree faced their biggest challenge yet: posting 3 major shows, for 3 different networks, every week -- with the same small team that used to do just one. How do they do it? World-class workflow management.
Feature by Zed Saeed on 12/23/2008
Apple Color: Building Vignettes in the ColorFX Room
Apple Color offers a variety of tools for custom effects, each with different features. Answering a commonly asked question, broadcast editor and Creative Cow leader Walter Biscardi shows you how to take advantage Colors node-based compositing to create a vignette in the ColorFX room.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Walter Biscardi on 09/24/2007
Should you use Final Cut Pro or Color?
Should you use Final Cut Pro or Color? In this short video tutorial, Walter Biscardi demonstrates some of the differences and why you might use one program over the other. This is a basic level tutorial.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Walter Biscardi on 06/25/2007
Apple Color: First Time You Launch
In this Apple Color video tutorial, Walter Biscardi demonstrates everything you need to know the first time you launch Apple Color. This is a basic level tutorial.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Walter Biscardi on 06/19/2007
|Re: MacPro reboots after switching to GTX 980|
by Greg White in the DaVinci Resolve Forum
i was just informed that a new driver was released today 346.02.02f02 this might fix the issue, and yes ATI and Nvidia dont play nice together. http://www.macvidcards.com/which-driver-should-i-install-for-my-new-gpu.html 2012 MacPro 3.46 12 core | 32 GB RAM | GT 680 | Titan Black | Resolve 11.3.1 www.videocolorcorrection.com...
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|Re: Resolve12 and Windows 8.1 or 10?|
by Bill Ravens in the DaVinci Resolve Forum
Seems to run just fine on my win7 64. I sure hope this isn't true as I have no intention to ever update my Win OS above Win 7-64, barring some significant performance improvements in a new Win OS. I have 3 PC's running Win 7-64. Updating each one to...
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