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  • An A to Z of Building Projections - Part 2

    An A to Z of Building Projections - Part 2

    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.

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    • The Terence and Philip Show: Episode 65: Look back
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      The Terence and Philip Show: Episode 65: Look back

      March 4, 2015, 10:23 am
      To listen to the Terence and Philip Show episode #65 where Terence Curren and Philip Hodges discuss what resonated with them in 2014 and how many of those developments are impacting them in 2015, click the player below. A transcript of the episode itself is below the player.

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    • Final Cut Pro X Workflow: The Book ... Read about
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      Final Cut Pro X Workflow: The Book ... Read about

      March 4, 2015, 5:31 am
      It was late February 2015 when some might say Final Cut Pro X had its big confirmation, a coming out party if you will when Apple published its biggest In Action article for FCPX as of yet:editorial of the new Will Smith movie Focus. It’s a good read about how FCPX cut its first major Hollywood feature. A more in-depth read on the process is a new book by Focus assistant editor Michael Matzdorff: Final Cut Pro X: Pro Workflow.

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    • A Wireless Microphone for Nikon DSLRs
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      A Wireless Microphone for Nikon DSLRs

      March 3, 2015, 1:46 pm
      The new D7200 DSLR from Nikon, a DX-format camera, offers FullHD video, time-lapse advanced functions and a wireless microphone as some of the features videographers will appreciate. But there is more...

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    • Exploring Workflow, Storage & Archive in M&E - Val
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      Exploring Workflow, Storage & Archive in M&E - Val

      March 3, 2015, 10:29 am
      As we continue to explore what workflow, storage & archive mean for professionals in media and entertainment, it helps to gain some perspective around how individuals and companies of all sizes handle these issues. So we talked with Ian Hamilton, CTO of Signiant, who has been an...

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    • Shockwaves in After Effects
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      Shockwaves in After Effects

      March 1, 2015, 1:03 pm
      Andrew Kramer has been the most enthusiastic provider of footage and tutorials on creating shockwave effects in After Effects, and recently Daniel Brodesky created something similar, using Trapcode Particular instead of Fractal Noise for the base of the effect. There are a few other resources too, but much of what's been published is outdated or no longer available.

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    • Day 29 #28daysofquicktips - A Batch of Media Compo
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      Day 29 #28daysofquicktips - A Batch of Media Compo

      March 1, 2015, 8:05 am
      It’s day 29 of the #28daysofquicktips and that’s one day over. This big list of tips came from Editor, Trainer & Workflow Consultant Jesús Pérez-Miranda and it’s too good of a list not to publish. While Jesús seems to be very pro FCPX these days he’s an editor of many NLEs so he has provided tips for Avid Media Composer as well as FCPX. It’s a great way to round out the #28daysofquicktips on a Sunday. A few of his tweets are embedded as well. Coming all the way from Madrid, Spai...

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    • My Top 11 Favorite New Features of Resolve 11
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      My Top 11 Favorite New Features of Resolve 11

      March 1, 2015, 8:05 am
      There are only so many pieces of software a person can master or even try to become relatively proficient in, so you need to decide which ones are worth your time. Whether you’re just starting out or are an experienced media professional, the arguments for putting Resolve in the...

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    • Pro XAVC Long GOP compatibility bulletin 2015.1
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      Pro XAVC Long GOP compatibility bulletin 2015.1

      February 28, 2015, 3:44 pm
      I recently published an article about the breakthrough pro XAVC Long GOP códec/format from Sony, which is the third group of XAVC born in 2012. In the first article, I covered the status of third party software that support professional XAVC Long GOP. Since then, more compatibility reports are coming out of the woodwork. Ahead is a compatibility update, and even a video from a Canadian reader.

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    • Day 28 #28daysofquicktips - A few Avid Media Compo
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      Day 28 #28daysofquicktips - A few Avid Media Compo

      February 28, 2015, 7:24 am
      How about a quick batch of Avid Media Composer Quicktips instead of one big one to round out our #28daysofquicktips? Here’s a few all the way from Poland sent to us by Marcin Zwolski. There are four little keyboard shortcuts that you might find useful. Thanks Marcin.

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    • Media Composer 101 - Advanced - Creating Animated
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      Media Composer 101 - Advanced - Creating Animated

      February 28, 2015, 7:24 am
      In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe shows you how easy it is to create a background bed for your text, right in your Media Composer timeline.  Using Timewarp, BCC Colorize (which comes with your MC subscription plan), the built in MC Blur effect, and a simple title, you can add some style, and save yourself all the time it takes to export your footage to a program like After Effects.

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