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September 11, 2012, 3:53 pm
Amazon recently introduced an online data backup and archiving service called Amazon Glacier. For just 0.01 per GB / month, you can upload and securely store as much data as you want, with 99.999999999 percent durability.
August 6, 2012, 8:34 pm
What do they say about letting sleeping dogs lie? Last week I wrote a post about my back-up and archiving system, and within days I had a major crash that caused me to loose an entire day of work.
July 28, 2012, 8:13 am
Since my recent switch from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro, I have had to make slight adjustments to my backup and archiving workflow. The main reason for this is Premiere Pro's ability to work with native formats.
July 15, 2012, 9:51 am
Here is a great post on everything you need to know to get started in color correction and DaVinci Resolve 9. Want more on color correction? You're in luck, because it's color correction month at SpliceVine. Patrick Inhofer of the Tao of Color.com, explains color correction fundamentals from theory to application.
July 9, 2012, 9:27 pm
Over the past few years, I have noticed an increase in the amount of sizzle reels I find myself working on. Sizzle reels, for the purposes of this article, are 2-5 minute videos that utilize a variety of assets (video and audio clips, newspaper/online articles, and corporate messaging) to create a high-energy overview of marketing campaigns, product launches, services, or key messages intended for a specific target audience.
July 6, 2012, 8:44 am
Rich has recently written a series of glowing posts on his experience switching from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro, and Marc took a look at the economics of subscribing to Creative Cloud. Not surprisingly, he found that it's a great deal for anyone who uses more than a couple Adobe tools in their workflow.
June 27, 2012, 9:46 am
In last week's post I mentioned I would share a tutorial on how to transcode to Prores 422 with Adobe Media Encoder. Unlike Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro CS6 doesn't have a Log and Transfer tool that can easily transcode native footage to ProRes - and since one of Premiere Pro's main selling points is it's ability to edit with native formats, why should it?
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