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  • Twenty Premiere Pro CS6 Power Tips for FCP Editors

    Twenty Premiere Pro CS6 Power Tips for FCP Editors

    August 30, 2012, 1:42 pm
    These power tips are geared toward the FCP editor and will you get up tospeed quickly with the nuances and new features in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6! Maybe you've come to Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium from Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer. If so, you'll want to take advantage of the new features found in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. I myself am a switcher and a former Final Cut editor.

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      Art of the Guillotine’s ‘THE ASSEMBLY’

      April 9, 2014, 8:22 pm
      Gordon Burkell demonstrates aotg.com’s new iPad magazine ‘The Assembly’ at NAB 2014.  The magazine focuses on post production and connects to an extensive collection of related content from the web.  Learn more at aotg.com.

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    • DIT STATION demos their Rogue Pro for Onsite Post
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      DIT STATION demos their Rogue Pro for Onsite Post

      April 9, 2014, 8:19 pm
      DIT STATION demos thoir Rogue Pro DIT Solution in the FCP Works suite at NAB 2014. http://ditstation.com/

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    • Lumberjack System for FCP X at NAB 2014
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      Lumberjack System for FCP X at NAB 2014

      April 9, 2014, 8:19 pm
                    Philip Hodgetts talks about Lumberjack System, his on-location, real-time logging  and pre-editing solution for FCP X editors.     From Location to Editor: No mistakes. Capture at the source with push button ease: consistent keyword logging, field updatable, back-timeable Gets the logging process started on-location as it happens Read More

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    • NAB2014: New Features in Premiere Pro, After Effec
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      NAB2014: New Features in Premiere Pro, After Effec

      April 7, 2014, 8:25 pm
      Adobe has announced a major update to Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC and Media Encoder CC. As expected, there are many improvements that affect Mercury Engine and now Mercury Transmit, but the incredible thing about this upgrade is that Premiere Pro CC seems to be turning into the app we all wished had been released as Final Cut Read More

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    • NAB 2014: Camera News from the Panasonic Press Con
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      NAB 2014: Camera News from the Panasonic Press Con

      April 7, 2014, 8:25 pm
      Rather than bloviate, I’ll just fling the pertinent slides at you: Interestingly, the GH4 wasn’t discussed. It appeared unheralded on a single slide, but wasn’t a topic of discussion, though it’s on the booth. Disclosure: There is no material relation between me and Panasonic, and I received no special considerations or compensation from them for Read More

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    • NAB 2014: Sony, Sunday Night
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      NAB 2014: Sony, Sunday Night

      April 7, 2014, 8:22 pm
      Every Sunday before the show opens, Sony has a booth tour for VIPs. The Sony folks kindly allow me to tag along, as long as I don’t publish before 9am Monday morning. Herewith, some (only some) of the cool stuff you’ll be hearing more about as the show opens and people get their eyeballs ’round Read More

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    • NAB Saturday Setup
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      NAB Saturday Setup

      April 6, 2014, 10:34 am
      Tonight we’re gonna party like it’s… 1987? These iconic letters, seen on the journey to the show, are also the initials of the The Silver Valley High School in Yermo, CA, about 130 miles southwest of Las Vegas. (Apologies to the artist formerly known as Prince, and the tape format creator formerly known as JVC.) Read More

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    • Darim and Silicon Imaging Launch Revolutionary 3D
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      Darim and Silicon Imaging Launch Revolutionary 3D

      April 3, 2014, 7:47 am
      (NAB 2014, SL6310) — Darim Vision, an innovator in MPEG encoding and visualization technologies and Silicon Imaging, an award winning manufacturer of 2K and 360 camera and recording systems, have joined forces to deliver an innovative family of trackless Virtual Studio products for Live Broadcast, Presentation and Flipped Classroom Lecture Capture. Until now, virtual studio Read More

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    • Live View? Not So Fast…
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      Live View? Not So Fast…

      March 31, 2014, 7:51 am
      Bob Shaw’s 1966 short story “Light of Other Days” and 1972 novel “Other Days, Other Eyes” are built around the idea of “slow glass”, a substance through which light travels very slowly. The material was developed as a strong, lightweight safety glass for automotive and aerospace applications, but drivers of cars with the new glass Read More

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    • To Monitor or Not to Monitor: That is the Question
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      To Monitor or Not to Monitor: That is the Question

      March 29, 2014, 12:36 pm
      Monitors can be contentious things on set. Here’s how I make them work for me, rather than the other way around. Toward the end of my career as an assistant, I worked on a TV series with Brianne Murphy, ASC. She made her career solely by being fast and dependable. She always delivered, on time Read More

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