December 10, 2012, 3:19 pm
Apple iMacs As I noted in my previous blog, the iMacs are fast becoming my machine of choice and the newest models are even more impressive than the two we have running. At this time, barring any major announcement from Apple that changes my mind, my plan is to replace the remaining 3 Mac [...]
June 25, 2017, 7:53 am
A friend pointed me to Trint transcription services. They claim to have redefined transcriptions by creating a superior software algorithm to quickly and pretty accurately turn around transcriptions from audio and video files. I was very skeptical having tried software like this in the past. Well, after trying them out, I am quite […] The post Trint: Transcriptions Redefined appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
December 16, 2016, 9:32 am
This morning I’m going through my old, OLD emails to finally clean up a lot of the clutter that has remained over the years and I found a great trip down memory lane. The original email inquiry as to whether I could create the animations or if I could refer them to someone else. See […] The post The Start of “Good Eats” Animations appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
December 15, 2016, 5:59 am
The older we get, the more the Holidays seem to get stressful. Doesn’t matter which Holiday you celebrate this time of year, there’s so much pressure to have the “perfect party,” get the “perfect gift(s),” “get everything done” and of course get stuck in traffic, especially on weekends near a shopping center. The Holidays […] The post Take Time for Fun over the Holidays! appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
December 12, 2016, 5:49 pm
I’ve been working on a new e-Learning proposal for the past few weeks. Didn’t know I could do that? Well, I can and can’t. See it’s a video centric learning program but just showing videos and scenarios isn’t enough. We really need to test the employees at each step along the way to ensure they’re […] The post I Can Do That! (How am I going to do that?) appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
December 11, 2016, 9:40 am
Thanks to a heads up from Jason Diamond, I saw that 12 TB hard drives are on the horizon. Helium filled. Wonder if we’ll be able to crack the seal and make the squeaky voice? Read about them here The post 12TB Hard Drives on the Horizon appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
November 22, 2016, 1:22 pm
My good friends at Rampant Design Tools are having an AWESOME Black Friday Sale that runs through the end of November. There are 60% to 80% savings throughout the Rampant Design Store. I use their tools literally every single day at my office. Most of these filters, overlays and elements are created optically in 4k […] The post Rampant Design Tools Black Friday Sale 2016 appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
November 3, 2016, 6:21 am
In the same week of October, Microsoft and Apple both debuted new products. In past years, creatives, especially Professional Creatives, would drool over the latest slick and cool Apple products. But here in 2016, the bulk of the reactions I found online and through direct communications were all about Microsoft. It seems that Microsoft has decided […] The post Could 2016 Be The Year Everything Changed? appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
June 1, 2016, 4:54 am
Be aware of an email phishing scam involving a fake WeTransfer notification that someone has sent you files to download. First off, the person sending you the files is probably your own email address. Secondly, the return address is fake, as you can clearly see below. Check carefully to see if the file transfer is […] The post WeTransfer Email Phishing Scam appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
May 26, 2016, 5:57 am
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May 25, 2016, 5:13 pm
Recently security reports came out noting that Quicktime Player on Windows machine is a major security issue. This creates a quandry for those editing professional video using the Apple ProRes codec since installing Quicktime is required to use this codec. Apparently Adobe is now working to natively support ProRes in the application without the need […] The post Adobe moves to support ProRes natively on Windows appeared first on WalterBiscardi.com.
Gordon Burkell interviews Paul Machliss about timing and editing Baby Driver.
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