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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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    • How Pixar Dominated The Summer
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      How Pixar Dominated The Summer

      August 25, 2016, 9:17 am
      isney began this summer dominating the 2016 family film market in the US. Three of their releases — the animated feature Zootopia, the live-action kids’ movie The Jungle Book, and the slightly older-skewing superhero sequel Captain America: Civil War, which got the season started — joined the darker comic book flicks Deadpool and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the ranks of the five highest-grossing pictures of the year (excluding Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which is also Disney and opened in 2015 but was still in theaters through May). Those five are still among the year’s champs, but they’ve been joined by two more animated family films, Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory and Universal/Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets.

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    • TAG Vault: Wonder Woman Talk with David and Meredi
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      TAG Vault: Wonder Woman Talk with David and Meredi

      August 25, 2016, 9:17 am
      Art is definitely up for individual interpretation, but there can be no doubt that comic artwork looks cool. There are hundreds of artists who are contributing to the comic landscape, helping build the storylines and character images that shape some of our media today. David Finch is no stranger to the field. With over 20+ years of experience doing projects like The New Avengers, Batman, and X-Men, he tackles the artwork for Wonder Woman with writer, and wife, Meredith Finch for DC’s The New 52 and Reborn series comics.

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    • SUICIDE SQUAD: Mark Breakspear - VFX Supervisor
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      SUICIDE SQUAD: Mark Breakspear - VFX Supervisor

      August 25, 2016, 9:16 am
      After explaining to us about the work of Method Studios on THE GIVER in 2014, Mark Breakspear joined Sony Pictures Imageworks. He handled the visual effects of AMERICAN SNIPER and then SUICIDE SQUAD.

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    • 10 top Houdini tutorials
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      10 top Houdini tutorials

      August 25, 2016, 9:16 am
      Houdini is a powerful beast, with tools for building VFX used in many Hollywood movies. But the initial learning curve is steep, so we've compiled this list of tutorials to get you started with some of the most fun and useful tools and workflows on offer, from liquid effects to destruction.

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      Seeing more

      August 25, 2016, 4:27 am
      It isn’t that long ago that the visual effects and animation industries were concentrated mostly in Los Angeles. For lots of reasons (ask me again sometime) the work is now spread throughout the globe.

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      Review - 2i2, 6i6 & 18i20 Scarlett Audio Interface

      August 25, 2016, 4:27 am
      In this video review Dan Cooper & James Ivey from Pro Tools Expert take a look at three of the second generation USB Scarlett audio Interfaces by Focusrite.

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      Are these the faces of the future of film scoring?

      August 24, 2016, 4:14 pm
      Earlier this month, 12 young composers each got the chance to stand on the 20th Century Fox scoring stage, conducting a 65-piece orchestra playing their own music. It was the culmination of their participation in the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop, a four-week immersion into the high-pressure, high-profile world of movie music.

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      animago AWARD Announces 2016 Nominees

      August 24, 2016, 4:14 pm
      MUNICH -- Last week, an independent jury of experts drawn from 14 different fields chose the final nominees for this year’s animago AWARD. After days of deliberation, they nominated the three best works in each of the 13 animago categories. This year, a total of 1,076 projects were submitted for consideration from 58 nations.

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      Quick Rigging and Skinning a character

      August 24, 2016, 12:15 pm
      This movie shows you how to create a basic character rig for a game or background character in just a few clicks.

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    • Blade Runner 2 Composer Set with Sicario's Compose
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      Blade Runner 2 Composer Set with Sicario's Compose

      August 24, 2016, 12:15 pm
      When Blade Runner 2 rolls around, it’ll certainly be a high profile sequel, but director Denis Villeneuve is keeping it “all in the family” when it comes to the behind-the-scenes team. When Villeneuve first signed on we learned he was bringing his Prisoners and Sicario cinematographer Roger Deakins into the fold, marking an unbelievably exciting prospect for one of the best directors of photography working today. And now we’ve learned that Villeneuve is adding another Sicario veteran to his team: composer Jóhann Jóhannsson.

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