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June 6, 2014, 3:49 am
When ARRI released information about their ENG-style, “documentary” camera, AMIRA, there were several reasons for filmmakers to get excited, like its lower price point and the promise of ALEXA-level image quality. Another great feature is the ability to import custom 3D LUTs, and now, ARRI has sweetened that deal by offering a free grading program called the AMIRA Color Tool, which lets users “create, extract, and organize” AMIRA Look files, and then export them for in-camera use.
June 6, 2014, 3:49 am
If you missed a recent podcast then you may have missed one of the rants. There’s never been more choice, more compressors, more reverbs, more nostalgia, more gates, more synths, more pitch trickster, denoisers, apps, snaps, renoisers, blippers, tweakers, twonkers… you get the idea, I think the only person yet to release another DAW is my Mum.
June 6, 2014, 3:46 am
The Quebec government announced this week that it would cut subsidies across the board by 20%. This includes film and games subsidies...
June 4, 2014, 2:15 pm
This Sunday marks the 30th anniversary of the classic supernatural action-comedy "Ghostbusters," which hit theaters on Friday June 8th, 1984. One of the most beloved films of its generation, the Ivan Reitman-directed movie is remembered for its sharp, funny, tight script (co-written by the late Harold Ramis)...
June 4, 2014, 12:11 am
This new Panasonic GH4 may very well become my favorite compact camera for video. When considering the GH4 vs Canon 5d mark III debate, even though the GH4 only sports a Micro Four Thirds sensor, the quality is still first class.
June 3, 2014, 4:56 am
Whenever an older, revered icon of the film industry dies, there are plenty of testimonials and remembrances written about that person. But it’s sad that we only take the time to fully appreciate these people’s brilliance after their passing. Hence, The Greats, a biweekly column that celebrates cinema’s living legends.
June 1, 2014, 7:07 am
In part 1 I introduced the essential features of a network protocol suitable for the distribution of Pro Audio. In part 2 I will offer a very brief overview of the competing systems currently available offering a little detail...
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