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  • How to Edit Red Footage with Adobe Premiere Pro

    How to Edit Red Footage with Adobe Premiere Pro

    March 24, 2012, 9:25 am
    RED Digital Cinema and Adobe teamed up recently to do a live online seminar and tutorial on the RED R3D workflow with Adobe Premiere Pro. The recording of that event is available free at the link below. This hour-long tutorial covers the following...

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      Remember your Ps and Qs: Performance and Quality T

      October 22, 2014, 12:41 pm
      With BBC iPlayer announcing that viewers will be able to watch their favourite shows on-demand for 30 days, rather than the previous maximum of seven, the question on everyone’s mind is what’s next for VOD? Despite being in the relatively early stages of...

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    • Introducing NUKE 9: The biggest evolution in NUKE
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      Introducing NUKE 9: The biggest evolution in NUKE

      October 21, 2014, 7:08 pm
      Leading creative software developer, The Foundry, today unveiled NUKE 9, the biggest ever shake up of its NUKE technology, including the brand new addition of NUKE STUDIO. The offering brings powerful node-based VFX, Editorial and Finishing into a new single studio application, as well as...

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    • LOG and RAW workflows and the Adobe video tools
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      LOG and RAW workflows and the Adobe video tools

      October 21, 2014, 1:12 pm
      On October 16, colorist Robbie Carman presented LOG and RAW workflows on the Ask a Video Pro Adobe webinar series. The session was excellent and the participants had lots of great comments and questions. So many questions, in fact, that I asked Robbie if he would be willing to write answers to...

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    • Visual Effects Workflow with Final Cut Pro X
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      Visual Effects Workflow with Final Cut Pro X

      October 21, 2014, 9:36 am
      How does Final Cut Pro X fit into the visual effects workflow of a feature film? Quite comfortably, as we discover on this week's episode of MacBreak Studio, where I get the opportunity to speak with Mike Matzdorff who recently helped edit a big-budget studio feature film...

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    • Adobe ‘Gone Girl’ panel: Premiere & After Effe
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      Adobe ‘Gone Girl’ panel: Premiere & After Effe

      October 21, 2014, 4:46 am
      You can join Adobe for a panel discussion with the editorial and post-production team behind the movie Gone Girl from director David Fincher. As you may have heard, the Fincher team leveraged Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects in a workflow based on RED Dragon 6K raw footage files framed in 5K.

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    • Kicking the Tires on the Adobe Premiere Pro CC 8.1
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      Kicking the Tires on the Adobe Premiere Pro CC 8.1

      October 21, 2014, 4:46 am
      It was announced at IBC and shipped at Adobe MAX (I wonder if this will become the norm?) and it’s another big update to Adobe Premiere Pro. We dissected the features when this update was announced but now that we’ve had the chance to work with it we can dig in a bit deeper. I’d have posted this sooner but I’ve been editing!Kicking 

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    • Media Composer 101 - Lesson 2 - What’s New in Ve
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      Media Composer 101 - Lesson 2 - What’s New in Ve

      October 20, 2014, 4:49 pm
      Much like with most applications, you wait for the major updates (version 4, 5, etc) for new features to add to your editing toolkit.  Well, with the new Subscription Model of Media Composer, the world best editing application now gets new features every few months.  Here's what's new in version 8.2.

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    • Review: ThunderBay IV 4-bay 12TB Thunderbolt syste
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      Review: ThunderBay IV 4-bay 12TB Thunderbolt syste

      October 19, 2014, 12:44 pm
      Back in June, I published my first look article on the ThunderBay IV 4-bay 12TB Thunderbolt system with the palindromic price —in this configuration— of US$979, which has since been lowered to US$959. OWC offers other configurations too, with smaller or larger capacity, and now even some with Thunderbolt 2. Ahead I review the various available configuration options (JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1+0, RAID 4, RAID 5) and compare their performance versus redundancy, logistical benefits of each one, a...

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    • PVC at AES 2014 - Exclusive Info About the DR-60D
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      PVC at AES 2014 - Exclusive Info About the DR-60D

      October 18, 2014, 3:09 pm
      Improving location audio is one of the simplest ways to greatly enhance the overall quality of your productions. Exceptional digital audio recorders have dropped drastically in price in recent years, offering vastly improved field sound recordings. Tascam has been in the audio recording...

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    • 4K is Obsolete. 5K is Here, 8K Comes Tomorrow
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      4K is Obsolete. 5K is Here, 8K Comes Tomorrow

      October 17, 2014, 9:38 am
      A selection of 4K Monitors at low prices was recently published here at PVC - 4K Monitors Under $850 - , but that seems to be old news now. Apple has just presented their new 5K monitor, and they’re not alone. Dell also has a new 5K monitor to show. These are some expensive gifts for the coming Christmas. But a new 8K DisplayPort standard was announced last September, making 8K monitors a viable option in a near future.

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