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April 12, 2012, 3:51 pm
This two-part video presentation looks behind the scenes at two different building projection projects – a small scale production for New Year's Eve in Melbourne, Australia, and a large scale event for the Alfa Bank in Russia – the largest building projection ever staged to date. In part 2 we take a detailed look at the After Effects workflow used to create the animations for the Melbourne projections, and how the ZBorn Toy and Freeform plugins were used.
April 30, 2016, 3:06 pm
Editor Mark Livolsi, ACE, started out as an apprentice editor on “Wall Street” (1987), moving up through the ranks for more than a decade, getting his first job as editor on 2001’s “Vanilla Sky” directed by Cameron Crowe, then cutting a series of well known comedies, like “Wedding Crashers,” and movies like “The Devil Wears The post ART OF THE CUT with the editor of “The Jungle Book,” Mark Livolsi, ACE appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 28, 2016, 4:23 pm
FXHOME released its free all-in-one video editing and visual effects software HitFilm 4 Express, a product based on Hitfilm Pro 4. Aimed mainly at YouTube creators, this free software seems capable and feature rich. Hitfilm advocates include YouTube superstars and indie filmmaking experts like Freddie Wong, Film Riot, and Corridor Digital. There are several tutorial projects built right The post HitFilm 4 Express: a free editing and 3D compositing app appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 27, 2016, 2:38 pm
While wandering around some of the smaller booths in the back of the lower south hall a stock music site called ScoreKeepers Music caught my eye when I saw “virtual music supervisor” flash by on their sizzle reel playing in their booth. All editors who have searched endlessly for hours on end trying to find The post NAB 2016 – ScoreKeepers Music and their Virtual Music Supervisor appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 26, 2016, 1:43 pm
Cloud editing had been a buzzword for a few years at NAB and this year was no exception. While there’s often the mention of cloud editing in a big keynote like that from Avid there are other small booths around the NAB show floor that specialize in cloud editing. As a single freelance editor I The post NAB 2016 – Forscene and their Cloud-based Video Production Platform appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 25, 2016, 4:28 am
Let’s establish one thing right from the start: there were way more than 16 things of note that happened at NAB this year, just like there are every year. To quickly illustrate that point, Blackmagic alone had 14 press releases ready for attendees of their press conference, and that was down from what they rolled The post The Top 16 Updates and Announcements from NAB 2016 appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 24, 2016, 8:11 am
As the NAB Show opened and most attendees scrambled to get up to speed on the future of IP, 4K and HDR video from companies showing their latest and greatest, I made a trip back in time by looking for equipment from the RCA Broadcast Division and Ampex Corporation – broadcast gear from the 50’s, The post Going Back in Time at the NAB Show appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 23, 2016, 5:38 am
Tim Sarnoff is in charge of Technicolor’s Post-Production, Visual Effects, Animation and Games worldwide. Technicolor has production facilities located in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Paris, London, Beijing, Shanghai and Bangalore. Technicolor provides a wide range of production and post-production services to the M&E industry, but in this interview I focused more on The post 360º Video Report #5 – Tim Sarnoff, President Production Services...
April 22, 2016, 5:04 pm
Blackmagic’s announcement at NAB of integration between Resolve and Fusion may have gone unnoticed by many, but it actually signals a significant shift in the way effects work will be done going forward. It wasn’t long ago that to buy a single online effects system like Autodesk’s Flame or Inferno would set you back half The post Why the Resolve & Fusion integration is a pretty big deal appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 22, 2016, 1:42 pm
Ep. 30 removeUnusedEffects Free Function Friday Free Function Friday removeUnusedEffects Welcome to episode 30 of the Free Function Friday series. This function is large enough that it warrants two nested functions to streamline the process. The combination of these two function will return index data for the comp, layer, and effect to be removed. This The post Free Function Friday removeUnusedEffects appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
April 22, 2016, 4:58 am
With the growing popularity of the Adobe Premiere Pro CC panel I wanted to check out the Editing Essentials bundle from mamoworld. This includes BeatEdit (to detect beats in music files), QuickImporter (for a better way to import files) and Still Exporter (to export stills from a timeline). The creator of these tools (Mr. Mamoworld?) The post NAB 2016 – Editing Essentials for Premiere Pro from mamoworld appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.
Gordon sits down with Bryce Button to discuss the U-Tap, Kona IP, and the new Helo!
Gordon Sits down with Blackmagic Design to discuss their announcements.
Gordon sits down to talk with Al Mooney about all the major updates to Adobe Premiere Pro at this years Nabshow.
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