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August 1, 2014, 3:00 pm
AMD W8100 Pro Graphics Card: 4K-Ready Anyone who has purchased the new MacPro cylinder should be familiar with AMD, as this little beast sports two AMD FirePro workstation class GPUs with 2GB, 3GB, or 6GB of dedicated VRAM and up to 2048 stream processors. It seems as though the success of the new Mac Pro machine built added confidence into AMD, just enough for them to decide to produce the AMD W8100. Most gamers know of AMD after their purchase […] The post AMD W8100 Pro Graphics Card: 4...
August 1, 2014, 8:23 am
What? Did you think I was going to say Pixel Polly? Pixel Polly kicks ass when you need it but nothing has changed motion graphics more than Cineware. Cineware is a bridge between Adobe After Effects and Maxon Cinema 4D. Basically, you get native support of .c4d files and Cinema 4D's render engine right in After Effects allowing you to skip rendering in Cinema 4D and go straight to compositing in After Effects CC. Cineware is free. No need to purchase another third party plugin.
July 30, 2014, 12:31 pm
In late 2000, the producers and crew for action flick Rush Hour 2 gathered at the now-defunct Desert Inn in Las Vegas and prepared to blow up a casino. The scene, which pitted policemen and Secret Service agents against a counterfeiter attempting to launder $100 million in superdollars, was to culminate with hundreds of thousands of fake bills floating through the air.
July 30, 2014, 12:31 pm
Test footage for a Deadpool film starring Ryan Reynolds has leaked online, giving fans a look at an authentic interpretation of the character.
July 30, 2014, 9:57 am
Cubase is able to help you achieve the best in every stage of the music production process, and that includes mastering. Whether you are doing a quick master for testing purposes or painstakingly fine-tuning the final version of your finished tracks before they are sent out into the world, we will show you some great tips for getting the most out of your software.
July 30, 2014, 4:46 am
If you’ve been a professional creative for more than a year, chances are at some point you’ve had a client not entirely happy with the final product. That’s bound to happen in your career, regardless of what amount of prep you do ahead of time. But it’s unfortunate and unnecessary if it happens due to a breakdown in communication or unmet expectations. It’s for that reason that years ago I started using a video brief (also known as a creative brief).
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