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February 22, 2012, 12:20 pm
Lens flares are the new lens flares. Lens flares have made a comeback of late, largely due to recent developments in software that allows lens flares to behave in a more realistic manner with border adjustments and occlusions.
January 11, 2017, 11:09 am
The January meeting at the LAPPG is a unique opportunity to learn about sound from two of the most respected names in the industry of make believe. The meeting takes place at Crossroads School for Arts & Sciences, 1714, 21st Street, in Santa Monica, with doors opening at 7pm. How to get the most bang The post The invisible art of sound at LAPPG appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 10, 2017, 5:30 pm
2500 megabytes per second drives. Dual 4K displays. External PCIe system expansion. Thunderbolt is no longer just a faster kind of Firewire. It’s a complete desktop ecosystem. In the world of computing there have traditionally been three main gateways for data going into and out of a PC: a network connection, a storage connection, and The post Thunderbolt 3: Now the revolution begins appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 10, 2017, 11:15 am
As ProVideo Coalition starts a new year we would like to unveil a free after-Christmas present for all of our readers: the ProVideo Coalition PVC News iPhone app. The PVC News app is an easy and fast way to keep up with all of the latest articles, news and webinars without opening your web browser. It’s fast and The post Introducing the ProVideo Coalition PVC News iOS app appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 9, 2017, 7:03 pm
When editing sound and building layers for blending, sometimes there is a feeling that each moment, each action must be filled with sound. However, the push and pull of storytelling in film requires an ebb and flow to the sound design and the mixing. As discussed regarding room tone, “silence” in filmmaking does not mean The post Silence in Sound-28 Weeks of Post Audio-Week 9 appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 9, 2017, 6:42 am
We all know that sitting all day has become a major health risk that has been pushed to the forefront of our consciousness. If you’re involved in the film and video post-production industry then you might be one of those guilty of sitting all day. Zack Arnold created Fitness In Post a number of years The post Join the Fitness In Post – Optimize Yourself 5x Challenge for a better you in 2017 appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 8, 2017, 6:44 am
An in-depth virtual production switcher made super easy makes broadcasting live to the web with Telestream’s Wirecast 7 a breeze! As an online trainer, I’m always looking for ways that I can branch out my training, and make it not only more accessible, but to be able to engage the audience more directly. As we’ve The post Review – Wirecast Pro 7 from Telestream appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 7, 2017, 1:52 pm
Multiple new products, a version of the Phantom 4 that is a collector’s edition and the rumor that DJI bought Hasselblad make the presence of the company at CES 2017 even more interesting, for those involved with aerial photography and videography. In Las Vegas, DJI showed its latest aerial platforms including the Phantom 4 Pro, The post DJI acquires – more of – Hasselblad appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 5, 2017, 4:23 pm
Very few editors cross back and forth between animation and live action. They are – at the same time – radically different processes, that also share many common ties and skillsets. One of the few who regularly works both sides of the live-action street is Greg Perler. Perler’s filmography includes both Despicable Me movies, Hop, The post ART OF THE CUT on cutting animation with Greg Perler appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 5, 2017, 4:22 pm
This week on MacBreak Studio, I show Ripple Training’s Steve Martin some tips for making audio editing in Final Cut Pro 10.3 faster and easier. There are several new audio commands in version 10.3 that are very useful, but they don’t have keyboard shortcuts by default. Luckily it’s very easy to add your own, which The post Audio Editing Shortcuts in Final Cut Pro 10.3 appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
January 5, 2017, 10:00 am
Photographers, videographers and musicians will appreciate the next generation of storage solutions from LaCie, with more speed, higher capacity and better compatibility—and best-in-class reliability. Professionals who need to capture, edit and deliver their creative work require more efficient ways to manage the exponential increases in data, and LaCie went to Las Vegas to show what The post LaCie updates Rugged and d2 solutions appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
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