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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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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014: What Just Happened?
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014: What Just Happened?

      February 26, 2014, 6:05 pm
      The annual HPA Tech Retreat is over; here’s my quick summary of trends that stood out, as well as a few interesting images. Chasing viewer engagement / sampling / metrics: Real-time social-media monitoring. Set-top boxes delivering customized ads. Live user-engagement feedback into production practices. There has always been a desire for detailed audience measurement; now Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 5
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 5

      February 22, 2014, 6:56 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. It’s the sort of conference where the chap next to you is cutting shows on his MacBook Air; today he was alternating between Avid and FCP. On this last day, HDR and color Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 4
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 4

      February 21, 2014, 11:09 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. I’m taking notes during the sessions and posting them; it’s a very limited transcription of what’s going on, but it should at least give you the flavor of the discussions. This fourth day Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 3
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 3

      February 20, 2014, 5:43 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. It’s the sort of conference where the chap next to you spends his time editing a six-camera show in FCP 7 on his MacBook Air. I’m taking notes during the sessions and posting Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 2 – HPA Supersessi
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 2 – HPA Supersessi

      February 19, 2014, 10:36 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. The first full day is a “supersession”; this year the topic is: THE NEW NORMAL IS ANYTHING BUT – HOW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FROM CREATION TO CONSUMPTION IMPACTS EVERYTHING HPA’s Jerry Pierce: the supersession Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 2 – HPA Supersessi
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 2 – HPA Supersessi

      February 19, 2014, 5:43 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. The first full day is a “supersession”; this year the topic is: THE NEW NORMAL IS ANYTHING BUT – HOW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY FROM CREATION TO CONSUMPTION IMPACTS EVERYTHING HPA’s Jerry Pierce: the supersession Read More

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    • HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 1 – Poynton & Watk
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      HPA Tech Retreat 2014 – Day 1 – Poynton & Watk

      February 18, 2014, 5:38 am
      The HPA Tech Retreat is an annual gathering in the desert east of Los Angeles (in a posh resort, mind you; it’s not like we’re out sitting in the hot sun among the Joshua trees) where film and TV industry folks discuss all manner of technical and business issues. There are two parallel Monday sessions, Read More

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    • RODE Announces New InvisiLav
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      RODE Announces New InvisiLav

      February 3, 2014, 5:52 am
      Never have a mic in the shot again! Monday February 3rd 2014, Sydney Australia – Australian pro-audio manufacturer RØDE Microphones has announced the invisiLav mount, designed to aid in the discreet concealment of lavalier microphones under clothing. The invisiLav’s soft silicone construction absorbs noise and vibration, while a wide, flat profile provides coverage from the Read More

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    • Is P3 the New 4K?
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      Is P3 the New 4K?

      January 18, 2014, 8:41 am
      New OLED monitors are able to display most of the DCI P3 color space, something that was previously impossible to do without a digital projector and a very dark room. Some are saying that on-set monitoring in P3 is a natural next step given that most cameras out there can capture wide gamut color. Is Read More

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    • Resolve 10 Waveform Values for the Unsure
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      Resolve 10 Waveform Values for the Unsure

      January 17, 2014, 4:33 pm
      Every time I download a new version of Resolve I have to fill out the little questionnaire that asks me what features I’d like to see added quickly. I always write, “Add a waveform scale that reads in percentages!” And Blackmagic Design never does. I’ve asked several people at Blackmagic why they don’t add this Read More

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