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March 26, 2014, 3:12 pm
With the snow and ice finally melting – or, in some places, hopefully soon to the on the brink of melting – marketing campaigns are heating up for some of the biggest films of the year. This spring offers sequels of both the highly anticipated and highly questionable varieties, as well as some promising re-imaginings of beloved characters. Which will measure up? Which will get us to plunk down our hard-earned cash for a ten dollar ticket and a six dollar bucket of popcorn? And which companies are handling all those visual effects and animation anyway? Read on for the full rundown of contenders coming our way in the next three months.
March 25, 2014, 1:26 pm
Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 10 played an important role in the Hollywood film “Need for Speed,” as freelance colorist Mark Todd Osborne used the system for advanced color. Osborne worked at LA-based production and post company Bandito Brothers’ state-of-the-art facility on the 2K DI color for various screenings and previews.
March 24, 2014, 9:27 pm
This is the umpty-umpth The Art of … coffee-table art book about the making of a modern animated cinematic feature masterpiece. How many have there been? In 2013 alone, I’ve reviewed five; in 2012, at least a half-dozen. And this doesn’t count all of the wonderful animated theatrical features for which there have not been art books, like Despicable Me 2 and Free Birds in 2013.
March 24, 2014, 9:27 pm
I have a powerpoint that's a .pptx PowerPoint file. That means it was created in PowerPoint 2007 or later. Now, .ppt is for earlier versions than I think 2007. A client sent me a link to a PowerPoint that was to be used in an edit and for some reason QuickView nor Keynote could open it. Keynote threw out an "Import Error".
March 24, 2014, 12:44 pm
NEW YORK — Post Magazine, the monthly publication that's been covering the post production industry for more than 28 years, is excited to announce the addition of Linda Romanello to its core staff. She joins Post as Managing Editor and will report directly to William R. Rittwage, President and CEO of Glendale, CA's COP Communications, Post’s parent company.
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AND DON'T SAY 4K! :)
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