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January 12, 2011, 10:51 am
I am not an After Effects whiz, more like an AE hack, but I dream of being one someday, so I excitedly look at all the cool After Effects goodies that come along. Twitter went wild today talking about a new version of BG Renderer. It’s a script that seems to do just what the name implies, render in the background. I quote: "BG Renderer is a script that allows you to render your Render Queue items in the background while you can continue working in After Effects...
March 30, 2009, 12:42 pm
In today's show Oscar-winning screenwriter, big-time Hollywood actor, and critically-acclaimed director Ben Affleck. Ben called into our studio recently to talk about his new documentary, 'Gimmie Shelter'. A film that focuses on the humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. You'll also meet Ben Affleck the DIY technologist as he tells us about how a broke actor can configured his own non-linear editor.
March 28, 2009, 12:39 pm
The Manhattan Edit Workshop has done a major update on their website. It now has less flash allowing us to link directly to their audio and video content. We will be doing this as things progress.
March 28, 2009, 12:38 pm
The inspiration for the creation of this group is the international publication of "Cutting Rhythms: Shaping the Film Edit" by Dr Karen Pearlman, Head of Screen Studies at the Australian Film Television and Radio School and Co-Artistic Director of The Physical TV Company in Sydney, Australia. The book is being published by Focal Press, America’s leading publisher of books on film and media.
March 25, 2009, 12:36 pm
It was just over a year ago when I posted a post that began the "Twitter about editing" experiment. I had signed up for Twitter around a year before that but really never used the service since I didn’t have a good group to follow nor did I really know what to talk about. That gave me the idea for the "Twitter about editing" experiment.
March 25, 2009, 12:35 pm
The RED ONE camera is innovative technology that will only improve. Someday, perhaps the good people at RED will anticipate the workflows most often used to work with their footage and offer specifications that help ensure their users’ success; for now, however, the following incontrovertale facts about RED often guarantee the need to make decisions more or less on your...
March 23, 2009, 12:34 pm
In late February, an overflow crowd made up largely of picture editors and assistant editors attended a presentation at the Editors Guild’s West Coast headquarters by London-based FilmLight Ltd., makers of the Baselight real-time color grading system. The purpose of the evening, which was presented by FilmLight’s US product manager Peter Postma, was to provide an overview of the Digital Intermediate (DI) and color science processes, the active role that editors can play in that process...
March 23, 2009, 12:33 pm
The popular mp3 format was co-developed by Thomson and the Fraunhofer Institute IIS. The new mp3HD format includes additional side information, which, together with the mp3 portion of the file, can be decoded by an mp3HD-capable decoder. Standard mp3 players can simply play the mp3 portion of the file.
Gordon sits down with Wyatt Smith to discuss the editing of Mary Poppins Returns and the challenges the film presented him in ...
Gordon sits down with Chayse Irvin to discuss his approach to shooting BlacKkKlansman and his theories about cinematography.
Bill Curso is a makeup artist with thirty plus years under his belt, he’s got three Oscar nominations with one win, fiv ...
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