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  • PluralEyes 3

    PluralEyes 3

    February 15, 2013, 7:56 am
    The concept of synchronizing clips by sound seems so obvious in retrospect, but when Bruce Sharpe showed his first version of PluralEyes at a small NAB booth, it struck many as nothing short of magic. The first version was designed to sync multiple consumer and prosumer video cameras by aligning their sound tracks in the [...]

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    • A quarter-century for Premiere Pro
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      A quarter-century for Premiere Pro

      March 14, 2017, 9:27 am
      I don’t normally plug a manufacturer’s promotional marketing events, but this one seems especially noteworthy. At the end of last year, Adobe Premiere Pro hit its 25th anniversary. It launched in November 1991 as simply Premiere and has gone through numerous iterations – from Premiere to Premiere Pro, CS and now CC. Premiere Pro in […]

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    • Digital Anarchy Samurai Sharpen
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      Digital Anarchy Samurai Sharpen

      February 16, 2017, 6:15 pm
      Editors often face the dilemma of dealing with less-than-perfect footage. Focus is the bane of this challenge, where you have the ideal shot, but the operator missed the optimal focus, leaving a useable, albeit soft, image. Editing and compositing apps offer a number of built-in and third-party sharpen and unsharp mask filters that can be […]

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    • Voyage of Time
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      Voyage of Time

      February 11, 2017, 5:25 pm
      Fans of director Terrence Malick adore his unique approach to filmmaking, which is often defined by timeless and painterly cinematic compositions. The good news for moviegoers is that Malick has been in the most prolific period of his directing career. What could be the penultimate in cinema as poetry is Malick’s recent documentary, Voyage of […]

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    • Sonicfire Pro 6
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      Sonicfire Pro 6

      February 2, 2017, 7:29 am
      Most editors have a pretty innate sense of rhythm, yet often finding and tailoring the right music to your video poses a challenge for even the most talented cutter. SmartSound has provided an solution to this dilemma for many years. Last year they updated their custom Sonicfire Pro audio mixing software to version 6. This […]

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    • Final Cut Pro X – Reflecting on Six Years
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      Final Cut Pro X – Reflecting on Six Years

      January 26, 2017, 6:13 pm
      Some personal musings… Apple’s Final Cut Pro X has passed its five-year mark – and by now nearly most of its sixth. Although it’s getting increasing respect from many corners of the professional editing community, there are still many that dismiss it, due to its deviation from standard editing software conventions. Like so many other things that […]

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    • Nocturnal Animals
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      Nocturnal Animals

      January 21, 2017, 10:40 am
      Some feature films are entertaining popcorn flicks, while others challenge the audience to go deeper. Writer/director Tom Ford’s (A Single Man) second film, Nocturnal Animals definitely fits into the latter group. Right from the start, the audience is confronted with a startling and memorable main title sequence, which we soon learn is actually part of […]

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    • Nocturnal Animals
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      Nocturnal Animals

      January 20, 2017, 4:06 am
      Some feature films are entertaining popcorn flicks, while others challenge the audience to go deeper. Writer/director Tom Ford’s (A Single Man) second film, Nocturnal Animals definitely fits into the latter group. Right from the start, the audience is confronted with a startling and memorable main title sequence, which we soon learn is actually part of […]

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    • AJA T-Tap
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      AJA T-Tap

      January 14, 2017, 5:58 pm
        The Thunderbolt protocol has ushered in a new era for easy connectivity of hardware peripherals. It allows users to deploy a single connection type to tie in networking, external storage, monitoring and broadcast audio and video input and output. Along with easy connections, it has also enabled peripheral devices to becomes smaller, lighter and […]

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    • La La Land
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      La La Land

      January 9, 2017, 6:43 am
      La La Land is a common euphemism for Los Angeles and Hollywood, but it’s also writer/director Damien Chazelle’s newest film. Chazelle originally shopped La La Land around without much success and so moved on to another film project, Whiplash. Five Oscar nominations with three wins went a long way to break the ice and secure […]

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    • 2017 Technology Predictions
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      2017 Technology Predictions

      December 31, 2016, 7:29 am
      The next year will certainly be an interesting one. Not only because of the forces of innovation, but also those of politics. With the new President vowing to use the bully pulpit to entice, encourage or cajole US corporations to bring their offshore manufacturing back to the states, it seems pretty clear that companies in […]

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