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May 27th, 2016
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SmallHD Premieres New Studio Production Monitors at Cinegear
Hot on the heels of SmallHD’s daylight-viewable HDR production monitor announcement at NAB comes “Studio” editions of both the 17-inch and 24-inch sizes. Designed to provide the same level of durability, high-end software capability, resolution and color accuracy as their HDR counterparts, these new 1080p production monitors are designed for controlled lighting environments.
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Bluefish444 Brings 4K HDR to Broadcast Asia 2016 with Ideal Systems
Bluefish444 and Ideal Systems showcase industry leading 4K UHD and High Dynamic Range SDI video at Broadcast Asia 2016
Bluefish444, manufacturer of the industry's highest-quality uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD SDI video cards, will join Ideal Systems booth 5D4-02 at Broadcast Asia 2016 to showcase 4K SDI/HDMI post production workflows. A High Dynamic Range (HDR) 4K demonstration will show how Bluefish444 video cards and Adobe video tools bring pictures to life with super realistic colours and highlights.
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Atlanta Production Boom Builds File Transfer Demand for Crawford Media
Signiant Media Shuttle replaced FTP with greater speed, flexibility, and ease of use for both Crawford and their clients
A Georgia state tax credit is at the center of a growing surge in episodic television production in the Atlanta area. The Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act provides a 20 percent tax credit for companies spending $500,000 or more on production and post-production in the state (on a single or multiple projects). An additional 10 percent credit is available if the finished product includes a promotional logo from the state.
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Rascali Releases VR Episodic Trailers Co-Produced with Youku Tudou
Trailers for Sci-Fi Series “Raven” and Immersive Fairytales “Storybox,” Debut Today on YouTube, Facebook/Oculus Video, Jaunt, Littlstar, Vrideo and Samsung MilkVR Platforms
VR content developer Rascali debuted trailers today for its first episodic VR projects, "Raven" and "Storybox," on YouTube, Facebook/Oculus Video, Jaunt, Littlstar, Vrideo and Samsung MilkVR.
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Steven Spielberg to Present John Williams with AFI Life Achievement Award
TNT to Premiere AFI LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: A TRIBUTE TO JOHN WILLIAMS on June 15th at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT
Steven Spielberg will present John Williams with the American Film Institute's (AFI) 44th Life Achievement Award. This marks the first time in AFI history that America's highest honor for a career in film will be bestowed upon a composer. Williams' career will be celebrated at the private Gala Tribute on June 9, 2016, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA. The televised special, AFI LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: A TRIBUTE TO JOHN WILLIAMS, will air on TNT on June 15 at 10:00 p.m. (ET/ PT), followed by an encore presentation on sister network Turner Classic Movies (TCM) on September 12 during a night of programming dedicated to John Williams. This marks the fourth year the Emmy®-winning AFI special has aired on Turner networks.
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Post-Production Toolsets From Adobe, Facilis & Boris FX/Imagineer At May Editors' Lounge
The Editors’ Lounge returns Friday, May 20th with presentations on all the latest post-production toolsets from Adobe, Facilis Technology and Imagineer Systems, mocha Pro. The event is hosted by AlphaDogs Post Production located at 1612 W Olive Ave., Suite 200, Burbank, CA 91506 beginning at 6:30 pm and is free to attend. Attendees are asked to bring their favorite beverage with complimentary food provided by the Editors’ Lounge.
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AFI Announces Full Slate of AFI DOCS 2016 Films
94 Films from 30 Countries Include Three World Premieres Screening June 22–26 in Washington, DC, and Silver Spring, MD
Today, the American Film Institute (AFI) announced the slate of films for AFI DOCS 2016, running June 22–26 in Washington, DC, and Silver Spring, MD. The 14th edition showcases 94 films representing 30 countries, including three world premieres, seven North American premieres, three U.S. premieres, 12 East Coast premieres and one international premiere. AFI DOCS 2016 screenings will take place in Washington, DC, at the Newseum and the Landmark E Street Cinema, and in Silver Spring, MD, at the AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center.
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Acclaimed Director Keif Davidson signs with Park Pictures
Bicoastal production company Park Pictures has signed Oscar-nominated documentary and commercial director Kief Davidson for exclusive International representation. Nominated for an Oscar for his documentary Open Heart, Davidson has earned acclaim for striking work for global brands such as GE, Toyota, Absolut and Facebook. In collaboration with the Lego Company, Davidson directed the tremendously popular Radius/Weinstein Company feature doc A Lego Brickumentary in 2015.
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Art Directors Guild & American Cinematheque Present THE BELOVED ROGUE Screening/Panel Spotlights
First Academy Award®-Winning Production Designer William Cameron Menzies: Silent Movie with Live Piano Accompaniment Presented By The Art Directors Guild Film Society and American Cinematheque Sunday, May 22 at 5:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre
The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque will present a special screening of THE BELOVED ROGUE (1927), the little seen silent epic starring John Barrymore and designed by Academy Award®-winning Production Designer William Cameron Menzies, the artist for whom the credit Production Designer was invented, on Sunday, May 22, at 5:30 PM at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood). The program, which also includes selections from Menzies’ celebrated films, will be moderated by ADG Film Society co-chair Production Designer John Muto (Home Alone) with a live piano accompaniment performed by Cliff Retallick. This will be the second program of the 2016 ADG Film Series entitled “PRODUCTION DESIGN: LOOKING AT NOTHING, SEEING EVERYTHING,” sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter.
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Washington Square Films Signs Acclaimed Director Alison Klayman
New York-based Washington Square Films has signed New York Times Director to Watch Alison Klayman for her first commercial representation. Named on a NYT list of rising international filmmaking talents under 40, Klayman’s debut feature documentary, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, was shortlisted for an Academy Award, nominated for two Emmys, won a Sundance Special Jury Prize and earned a Director's Guild of America nomination. In commercials, Alison has directed noteworthy branded work for lululemon and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, among others.
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RSSTUTORIALS:
Adobe Premiere Pro
PluralEyes: Fast & Easy Connections for Video & Audio Clips
PluralEyes: Fast & Easy Connections for Video & Audio ClipsWith the popularity of HD-DSLRs, many shooters are recording sound separately because of the camera’s limitations with audio -- but putting audio and video together in post can be a chore. Longtime spots ace Bill O'Neil has been dealing with this over the past several years , and has found PluralEyes from Red Giant to be fast, easy, and effective. Take a look to see if PluralEyes will help you, too.
Review, Editorial, Feature by Bill O'Neil on 05/20/2015
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Adobe Premiere Pro CC's Lumetri Color Tool: Gamechanger
Adobe Premiere Pro CC's Lumetri Color Tool: GamechangerLongtime Creative COW Leader and passionate color grader Walter Biscardi notes that the word "gamechanger" gets thrown around too easily, but for color grading inside an NLE, Adobe Premiere Pro CC's new Lumetri Color Tool, "gamechanger" is the only word that will do.
Feature by Walter Biscardi on 04/09/2015
Adobe Premiere Pro
Misery Loves Comedy: Comedian Kevin Pollak Cuts His Docu
Misery Loves Comedy: Comedian Kevin Pollak Cuts His DocuComedian and actor Kevin Pollak talks about directing and editing his documentary "Misery Loves Comedy", a film that explores the darker side of comedians. After three software lessons from editor (and renowned VFX supervisor) Rob Legato and ten months at the console, Pollak has some new insight about the cross-over between stand-up comedy and editing.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Kylee Peña on 01/23/2015
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Purrrfect Videos with Adobe Premiere Clip for Cat Day
Purrrfect Videos with Adobe Premiere Clip for Cat DayThe Premiere Clip app is a great way to get started in shooting, editing and sharing your own videos, and today Adobe is encouraging everyone to sink their claws into a cat video of their own for National Cat Day.
Editorial, Feature by Kylee Peña on 10/29/2014
Adobe Premiere Pro
Gone Girl: Editing a Hollywood Feature with Adobe Premiere
Gone Girl: Editing a Hollywood Feature with Adobe PremiereDavid Fincher's "Gone Girl" is the latest in a series of critically acclaimed films from the director, but it's the first studio feature edited with Adobe Premiere Pro, with a complex post production workflow that includes 6K acquisition and over 200 visual effects completed in house with the help of Dynamic Link and After Effects.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Kylee Peña on 10/18/2014
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Cooking With Premiere Pro CC on PBS's America's Test Kitchen
Cooking With Premiere Pro CC on PBS's America's Test KitchenAs America's Test Kitchen enters its 15th season on PBS, they've made the switch to Premiere Pro Creative Cloud. Post-production Supervisor and director Herb Sevush has been with the show from the beginning, and confessed some trepidation moving away from FCP 7, but has found it to be a great fit for their data-intensive, increasingly 4K multicam production, and his work with remote editors. Here, Herb offers some insights into both the why and the how of their switch, with special attention to Premiere Pro CC's approach to multicam.
Editorial, Feature by Herb Sevush on 07/21/2014
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Seasoned Film Editor Takes Adobe Premiere Pro CC For a Spin
Seasoned Film Editor Takes Adobe Premiere Pro CC For a SpinCustomizable interface, visual effects integration, and fast rendering time impressed long-time Avid editor and second generation filmmaker, Nicolas de Toth. Nicolas recently enjoyed the opportunity to edit a commercial for MagnaFlow and chose to work with Adobe Premiere Pro for the first time in his career.
Editorial, Feature, People / Interview by Adobe on 11/15/2013
Adobe Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by Audio
Premiere Pro CC: 108 Multi-Cam Synched by AudioIn this tutorial, Andrew Devis looks at the next version of Premiere Pro and shows how it can now automatically synchronise footage in a bin by various options including timecode and AUDIO! Andrew uses multiple clips and allows Premiere Pro to synchronise these clips using audio and shows us in real time how long this process takes based on a 48 min talk and 11 clips! Andrew also goes on to show some of the changes that have taken place in the headers for video and audio tracks as well as a change in how to make multi-cam edits in the up-coming next version of Premiere Pro - valuable information for anyone working with multiple cameras.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 04/13/2013
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RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere Pro
RE:Match Non-matching Cameras in Premiere ProIn this tutorial Andrew Devis demonstrates a relatively new plug-in by RE:Vision Effects called RE:Match and how it can very quickly and accurately deal with the very common problem of non-matching cameras in Premiere Pro. A typical approach to dealing with say a white balance issue would be to apply the fast color corrector and use the white balance picker, but this can be very hit and miss, while RE:Match deals with the whole image using another image or clip as the reference to match too. This very powerful effect can save a great deal of time for an everyday problem and so earn its cost back very quickly as well as giving excellent and fast results. There is another tutorial showing how this effect works in After Effects as there is a slightly different way the two applications deal with reference images.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 04/13/2013
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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter Repair
Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 107 Rolling Shutter RepairIn this final tutorial in this Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above) series, Andrew Devis shows how to use the Rolling Shutter Repair effects which deals with the problem of footage from a camera phone or a DSLR (CMOS sensors) which look wobbly or jelly-like when panned quickly. The obvious solution is to avoid fast pans with this type of camera, if possible. However, sometimes you have no choice and then need to clean up the end result to stop your audience from feeling sea-sick! The Rolling Shutter Repair is a very powerful tool to deal with this issue and make sure your footage looks more like you originally intended it to look.
Tutorial, Video Tutorial by Andrew Devis on 12/20/2012




RSSTHREADS:
Force relink Premiere?
by Thomas Morter-Laing in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hiya, So Im trying to offline a bunch of MXFs so I can relink to the movs I converted through media encoder. I dont have time to reconvert them. When I try and relink some of the clips it gives me the 'The selected file cannot be linked because it...
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Re: Pixelated footage after rendering sequence in Premiere Pro CC 2015
by Lee Baltus in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
The framerate of my AE export (logo animation) is 25fps and so is my Premiere Pro Sequence. The weird thing is that when I import the AE export in PP and I put it in the sequence.. unrendered (yellow/red) it is sharp and crisp, also full screen.. but when I...
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Re: Pixelated footage after rendering sequence in Premiere Pro CC 2015
by Dave LaRonde in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
What's the frame rate of footage from AE? Isthere any interlacing anywhere in the project? Dave LaRonde Promotion Producer KGAN (CBS) & KFXA (Fox) Cedar Rapids, IA...
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Re: Lumetri filters not included in exported file
by Chris Wright in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
de-select it....
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Re: Is it possible to preview video on an external player?
by Dave LaRonde in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
No. Dave LaRonde Promotion Producer KGAN (CBS) & KFXA (Fox) Cedar Rapids, IA...
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Re: Poor playback with mix of rendered and unrendered clips
by Alex Udell in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
hmmm... [Oliver Peters] "Could be a RAM leak within the app." that sounds logical... like to know what you find there... thanks! Alex Udell Editing, Motion Graphics, and Visual FX Let's Connect on Linkedin Examples: Retail Automotive Motion Graphics Spots Example: Customer Facing Explainer Video Example: Infotainment & Package editorial...
2 hours ago   read more
Re: Subtitle Dailies by Timecode
by Bouke Vahl in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi Russel, Have a look at Subbits (free demo on my site). It can create subtitles from text files in a lot of ways. For Premiere, you can use CC, PNG's with an EDL to link them to, or a QT with alpha (and tc) to overlay. Burning in is...
2 hours ago   read more
SOLUTION: Raid drive won't work in link media browser
by Glenn Hughes in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I found a simple solution that works for me. If, like me, the OWC Raid shows up in the finder, and you are able to import files into PP from the drive, but linking files doesn't work, here's what worked for me to relink the missing files: 1. On the...
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Re: What is rendering? Is it necessary to render the work area?
by Matteo Badin in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Thank you!...
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Re: Three hours to encode this 5 minute video. Is that to be expected?
by Steve Brame in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I generally use the YouTube presets. Never had any problems. I'll bet it will shorten your encode times considerably. Asus P6X58D Premium * Core i7 950 * 24GB RAM * nVidia GeForce GTX 770 * Windows 7 Premium 64bit * System Drive - WD Caviar Black 500GB * 2nd Drive(Pagefile,...
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Re: What is rendering? Is it necessary to render the work area?
by Matteo Badin in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Thank you so much! Read this and finally understood!...
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Re: merge clip will not allow adaptive audio
by Robin Erard in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Same problem, did you find a solution ? réalisateur, scénariste, monteur, étalonneur www.robinerard.ch...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Three hours to encode this 5 minute video. Is that to be expected?
by Duke Sweden in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Because that's what I've always read you should do. High bit rate. They only go to youtube. What bit rate do you suggest?...
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Re: Finding a file in Premiere Pro
by Jon Doughtie in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hmmm - how many years ago? With that number in mind, do you have spots on file from that year, Or has material "of a certain age" been purged? System: Dell Precision T7600 (x2) Win 7 64-bit 32GB RAM Adobe CC 2014 (as of 7/2015) 256GB SSD system drive 4...
3 hours ago   read more
Merge Audio 6 Mono-> 5.1
by Robin Erard in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hello, I'm preparing to edit a feature with premiere. The sound recordist recorded in 5.1. So I have 6 mono tracks. I would like to merge this 6 audio track (6 wav files) into one 5.1 track (to simplify the editing). How can I do that ? Until now I...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Poor playback with mix of rendered and unrendered clips
by Oliver Peters in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
PS: Playback is worse at the end of the day and better first thing in the morning. So I suppose next time I should try a shut down and restart to see if that makes a difference. Could be a RAM leak within the app. - Oliver Oliver Peters Post...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Moving Media Breaks Adobe Premiere Pro Project
by Jon Doughtie in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Tell us more about your system. Version of Adobe software, Mac or PC, etc. Also, what storage did you move files "from" and "to"? Is moving the files after edit part of your normal workflow? Done this before without issues? What type of media? Shot on SD cards or P2...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Poor playback with mix of rendered and unrendered clips
by Oliver Peters in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
[Alex Udell] "Are you storing renders on the same drive as the project or "Same as Project?"" Yes. All render files are stored on the same drive. [Alex Udell] "How much RAM do you have?" 32 GB with 26 assigned to Adobe apps in the Adobe preferences. Render files are...
3 hours ago   read more
Pixelated footage after rendering sequence in Premiere Pro CC 2015
by Lee Baltus in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
I have a render problem within Premiere Pro CC 2015. I have shot a project on my canon 7D (1080/25fps) and GoPro Hero 4 silver (1080/50fps). Now in my premiere sequence (1080/25 fps/DSLR) the underendered footage (red or yellow) are looking sharp and fine. But then when I render out...
3 hours ago   read more
Re: Lumetri filters not included in exported file
by Oliver Peters in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
[Chris Wright] "in AME preferences, is "Import sequences natively" selected?" Yes. - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com...
3 hours ago   read more
Is it possible to preview video on an external player?
by Ivan Gao in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
For example, if I import several videos and make some edit works to them. Can I make the edited video displayed directly on a external video player like Windows Media Player, rather than the Premiere Preview window?...
4 hours ago   read more
Re: Three hours to encode this 5 minute video. Is that to be expected?
by Steve Brame in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
My first question would be - why the incredibly high data rate? Where is your finished video going to play? Asus P6X58D Premium * Core i7 950 * 24GB RAM * nVidia GeForce GTX 770 * Windows 7 Premium 64bit * System Drive - WD Caviar Black 500GB * 2nd...
5 hours ago   read more
Re: Poor playback with mix of rendered and unrendered clips
by Alex Udell in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi Oliver... Are you storing renders on the same drive as the project or "Same as Project?" How much RAM do you have? Alex Udell Editing, Motion Graphics, and Visual FX Let's Connect on Linkedin Examples: Retail Automotive Motion Graphics Spots Example: Customer Facing Explainer Video Example: Infotainment & Package...
5 hours ago   read more
Re: Need advice with broadcast specs for exporting a animated series. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
by Chris Rozario in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hello Mr Shane, Unfortunately we are facing a time and budget constraint so I am unable to get any more resources. I would really appreciate if someone can give me some suggestions as to how I can conform to the specs in the sheet. I apologize but I am unfortunately...
8 hours ago   read more


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