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    Five Ways I Think FCP-X is Changing Editing

    February 21, 2012, 4:39 pm
    In the past half-year, I've used FCP-X nearly exclusively for my corporate video editing. In that time, I've had to to deliver a wide range of work for a very diverse group of recognizable national clients – often under very tight deadlines. I doubt I could have hit these deadlines while delivering the same quality without FCP-X. That's based on looking back at what I've done, the deadlines, the programs and client requirements and how FCP-X often helped me work faster and more efficiently...

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      Going Dark: The Final Days of Film Projection

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      RECIPIENT OF A NATAS HEARTLAND EMMY AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FORMAT PROGRAM (JULY 2014) Hollywood is forcing theaters to go digital or go dark. Studios have decided…

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    • 'The Zero Theorem': Inside the Post Process
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      'The Zero Theorem': Inside the Post Process

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      Few filmmakers are as gifted as Terry Gilliam when it comes to setting a story inside a dystopian world. The Monty Python alum who brought us Brazil and 12 Monkeys is back this month with The Zero Theorem. It’s the story of Qohen Leth, played by Christoph Waltz, an eccentric computer programmer who has been tasked by his corporate employer to solve the Zero Theorem. This is a calculation that, if solved, might prove that the meaning of life is nothingness.

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    • 6 tips for understanding colour theory
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      6 tips for understanding colour theory

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      Colour, more than any other element of a designer's work, has the greatest influence on how viewers feel. Understanding colour, its cultural symbolism and the relationship between colours is necessary to becoming a better artist and designer. It's always better to learn the basics before striking out to develop your own colour language. We are surrounded by colour every moment of our lives and certain things become ingrained on our consciousness, so we immediately understand what the colour is supposed to make us think or feel.

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      An IBC Innovation Award one year later

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      A year ago, RTÉ won an IBC Innovation Award for its FAST project: file acquisition and server technology. FAST is powered by our Mediaflex product, and integrates the whole of the content management process. In our conversation on stage, Myles and I will be looking at how the system has bedded down, now they have a full year’s experience.

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      Nutmeg Post Adds Sound Designer/Engineer Brian Bea

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      Now occupying one of the suites at the midtown NYC facility is Emmy Award-winning Sound Designer and Engineer Brian Beatrice. A highly prolific mixer, Beatrice’s portfolio includes short-form work for Nickelodeon, Food Network, USA Network, Syfy Channel and truTV. His commercial reel includes spots for agencies Baron and Baron, Publicis, Anomaly and Consulate. - See more at: http://www.sonicscoop.com/2014/08/22/audio-post-moves-nutmeg-post-adds-sound-designerengineer-brian-beatrice/#sthash.rge4MObA.dpuf

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    • Setting Up a Recording Booth
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      Setting Up a Recording Booth

      August 22, 2014, 9:37 am
      Have you ever shut yourself in an unventilated closet for hours at a time during the hottest, most humid months of the year?

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      The Creative Editing Course We've All Been Waiting

      August 22, 2014, 9:36 am
      A few months ago, we shared an excellent short animation that detailed the ins and outs of what exactly an experienced editor does. Although we only briefly mentioned it at the time, that video was an advertisement for Inside the Edit, a soon-to-be-released online creative editing course.

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      Netflix Hacks Up 3D Virtual-Reality Demo Using Ocu

      August 22, 2014, 4:52 am
      Someday, you might be able to sit down to watch Netflix’s “House of Cards” with a virtual-reality helmet strapped to your head, to see around corners and experience the political machinations in a 3D environment.

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    • SoundCloud introduces ads as a way to pay artists
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      SoundCloud introduces ads as a way to pay artists

      August 22, 2014, 4:50 am
      Berlin-based audio sharing platform SoundCloud has launched a new creator partner program called On SoundCloud. This program lays the foundation for content creators to make money from their work.

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    • Build Your Own $30 Wooden Diffusion Panels
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      Build Your Own $30 Wooden Diffusion Panels

      August 22, 2014, 4:49 am
      As no-budget filmmakers, chances are we’re spending a lot of time trying to navigate the placement of powerfully bright lights as we shoot scenes in cramped areas, and having a way to diffuse light is imperative in order to avoid blowing out your shot. There are so many solutions to this issue, like using bounce cards, reflectors, umbrellas, softboxes, ect., but, like most things, these pieces of gear can be a little (or insanely) expensive.

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