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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.
August 29, 2015, 4:25 am
While direct manipulation of UI elements may not favored by NLE power users, sometimes it is faster. One example is is moving a short clip or still using the =/- keys to zoom the timeline during the move.
August 27, 2015, 4:05 pm
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe concludes his in-depth look at Transcoding in Avid Media Composer, by looking at transcoding larger than HD media, in larger than HD projects. Once you've finished this lesson, you will be able to tackle any type of Linked to media that comes your way.
August 27, 2015, 6:36 am
The interface is beautiful and minimizes visual clutter. Stuff slides onto screen when you need it and slides off the screen when you don’t. This keeps your eyes on the prize while you’re working and minimizes distractions. More interfaces should be designed like this. Very elegant and easy to maneuver.
August 24, 2015, 12:22 pm
The Stroke effect in After Effects is a workhorse, but it has one major limitation: It’s width is constant over the entire length of the stroke. You can edit and even animate its Brush Size parameter, but this changes the entire stroke. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could make a stroke become thicker or thinner at select points along its shape? You can: It’s called the Write-on effect.
August 18, 2015, 2:25 pm
August 17, 2015, 4:14 pm
The Logitech K400 is a combo wireless keyboard/trackpad with excellent build quality. The K400 competes well with Apple’s wireless keyboard, and does even more, at a fraction of the price. It’s well suited for editors, writers, and TriCaster operators. Compatibility of the K400 includes Boxee Box, ChromeOS, HTPC (Home Theater PC), Mac, Windows, and even NewTek TriCaster models. Ahead you’ll learn why I like the K400 more than the equivalent Apple pair of products, and why I had to go t...
The day footage hits your desk, so do stacks of production documents—scripts, storyboards, transcripts, shot logs, audio...
This discussion thread is for the The Cutting Room episode where Gordon interviews Wyatt Smith, editor of Nine, Ricki and ...
join us and Tim Hanson to discuss the VFX and post process of The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Ask him about his process, tech...
Gordon sits down with Wyatt Smith, editor of Nine, Ricki and the Flash, Into the Woods, Thor II, and more! They discuss how h ...
In June 2015, Gordon hosted a panel for Manhattan Edit Workshop's "Sight, Sound and Story" event. The panel wa ...
In this episode, Gordon interviews Dan Lebental about his process for editing the latest Marvel extravaganza, Ant-Man. We now ...
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