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January 2, 2013, 1:14 pm
When editing in Premiere Pro or other NLE, markers are a big part of working smarter and not harder. Markers are a great tool for making notes, marking sync points, and creating chapter markers for Adobe Encore. In Premiere Pro there are three type of markers (Comment, Chapter and Web Link), and we will look at the first 2 types here. So let’s jump in and see how markers work and the improvements to markers in CS6 from CS 5.5.
December 12, 2018, 1:11 pm
When news first appeared, in a knowledgebase article, that MacOS was going to be dropping some support for DNxHR, it sent ripples through certain sections of the film industry. DNx is a popular intermediate and finishing codec that, while created by Avid for Media Composer, is used in Premiere and Resolve and other applications on a daily basis by many filmmakers. However, it's not supported by the newer AVFoundry video framework Apple released with 10.6, only with the older Quicktime framework (confusingly, the Application "Quicktime X" doesn't use the Quicktime Framework, it uses AVFoundry), and after Mojave Apple is ending support for the original quicktime framework.
December 12, 2018, 10:13 am
I’m speaking with Eran Dinur, a VFX Supervisor for Brainstorm Digital in New York City. I’m really excited to do this interview. On top of being a VFX Sup, Eran has written and published The Filmmaker’s Guide to Visual Effects. I thought it would be great to share Eran’s story on how he ended up in visual effects from a completely different industry. I leave this as a surprise!
December 12, 2018, 5:51 am
Autodesk has published the feature list for 3ds Max 2019.3, the latest version of its 3D animation software, including interactive rendering in the ActiveShade viewport, and extended OSL and Alembic support.
December 11, 2018, 10:25 am
There are a lot of great resources to be found on the internet. Wikipedia, for one, is wonderful for certain high-level information, but when it comes to filmmaking, it doesn't often dig down deep into the weeds of workflow. We like to believe that there is a lot of great information on No Film School, but of course, we cover a wide range of subjects and news that are mixed in with workflow and interviews.
December 11, 2018, 10:25 am
Every now and then there’s a great online resource that doesn’t come from the experts here on ProVideo Coalition that is worth mentioning and today is such a day! Or friends at Frame.io have released their mammoth Frame.io: The Ultimate Workflow Guide. It’s a huge resource with sections that cover Capture, Prep, Edit, Conform, VFX, Color, Sound, Delivery and Case Studies.
Gordon Sits down with Christopher Tellefsen to discuss A Quiet Place.
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Gordon sits down with Joe Walker to discuss Steve McQueen's new film Widows.
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