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April 22, 2012, 2:11 pm
While Adobe CS6 is coming down the pike, maybe you're like me and are still getting to know CS 5.5, or maybe you've been using CS 5.5 for awhile and want to brush up on your editing workflow. In either case, you should check out this Premiere Pro CS 5.5 tutorial by Jarle Leirpoll. He goes over all sorts of useful primary and secondary color correction techniques, including methods for fixing moire, blown-out highlights, iris adjustments, and more.
July 24, 2014, 12:26 pm
Today we are releasing an update to Premiere Pro CC 2014. This version (Premiere Pro CC 2014.0.1) provides important fixes and enhancements to the editing experience, and is recommended for all users.
July 24, 2014, 9:42 am
This in-depth tutorial will show you how I color correct (or color grade, as some people say) ProRes footage and Raw .DNG's from the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema...
July 24, 2014, 9:38 am
This class is offered as a $995 weekend course (material is compressed into two-days with less lab time) or a $1,295 three-day course that introduces the concepts of nonlinear editing and includes all basic features of the Avid Media Composer system for Macintosh. This course is the first step in achieving confidence, creativity, and efficiency with Avid Media Composer 7, the non-linear film/video editing application used in most movie and television productions. Along with its counterpart, (MC 110) MEDIA COMPOSER 7: PART 2–EFFECTS ESSENTIALS, this course provides the foundation for Media Composer User Certification.
July 24, 2014, 4:44 am
Last week, I did a small survey to see what sounds you just couldn’t find in the SFX libraries that are currently out there. And now, the results are in (+ a few of my own) – hope this proves inspiring to all the indie SFX creators out there. And if you’ve got further ideas to add, leave a comment and I’ll update the list.
July 24, 2014, 4:44 am
Los Angeles, CA – When Sound Mixer Richard Lightstone was looking to upgrade his audio cart with a Dante™-compatible digital recorder for Disney XD’s semi-animated children’s program Kirby Buckets, he turned to Sound Devices’ new 970. The Sound Devices 970, the company’s first-ever audio-only rack-mounted solution, boasts an impressive 64 channels of Dante and MADI.
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