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    Boris FX Releases Boris AAF Transfer Version 2

    February 1, 2011, 1:17 pm
    Boris FX, the leading developer of integrated effects technology for video and film, today announced the availability of Boris AAF Transfer Version 2, a set of two Apple Final Cut Pro plug-ins for transferring sequences between Final Cut Pro and Avid editing and finishing systems. One of the plug-ins exports Avid-compatible AAF format files from Final Cut Pro to Avid editing and finishing systems. The other plug-in imports AAF format files from Avid editing and finishing systems to Final Cut Pro

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    • Edit Mentor
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      Edit Mentor

      September 8, 2009, 7:05 pm
      The world has changed to the point where virtually anyone who really wants to can grab a camera and some editing software and create their own film and tv content. As a filmmaker, videographer, or film/tv editor you probably know how to push the buttons on your editing system of choice. Let’s face it, any trained monkey can push buttons. In the middle all the button-pushing, it might not always be clear when to push the buttons... and more importantly why.

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    • Avid Workflow Expertise - an all round experience
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      Avid Workflow Expertise - an all round experience

      September 8, 2009, 6:29 pm
      Through my several years working at Avid as a workflow consultant, I have shared experiences with a huge variety of Avid users, from diverse backgrounds, with different goals and ambitions and with varying levels of Avid product knowledge.

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      Guillotine at TIFF

      September 8, 2009, 6:27 pm
      Art of the Guillotine and Tej's Tech Blog will be having a small pub night at TIFF for all editors who are at The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). If your in the area (Toronto) make sure to stop and have a pint. Where: Fox and Fiddle @ 280 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ont. M5S 3B9 (Between Spadina and St. George) When: Friday September 18th, 2009 Time: 7PM We're going to have a few raffle prizes that we can bring together for the people who come.

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    • From fxguide – BlackMagic buys da Vinci
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      From fxguide – BlackMagic buys da Vinci

      September 8, 2009, 6:26 pm
      Word on a big sale in the post-production industry seems to have broken Labor Day evening that Blackmagic Design is buying da Vinci. Most everyone in post has heard of Blackmagic Design (their convertors and capture cards like the DeckLink and Intensity or the new UltraScope) but I’m often surprised how many are not familiar with da Vinci. da Vinci makes high end color grading and film restoration systems.

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    • Cutting Room Eps. 016 - Tom Haneke Pt. 2
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      Cutting Room Eps. 016 - Tom Haneke Pt. 2

      September 8, 2009, 12:39 pm
      This week Gordon continues his interview with Tom Haneke editor of such films as From Mao to Mozart, American Dream and American Teen. The focus of this weeks discussion is his work on the film American Teen.

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    • Evan's Brain Dump
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      Evan's Brain Dump

      September 7, 2009, 6:58 pm
      Evan’s Brain Dump is a film editing site almost as much for my benefit as for anyone else’s. During the course of a film, I invariably try new workflows, come up with solutions or workarounds to technical problems, or learn a nifty trick that warrants a bit of publicity.

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    • Why might large post houses be heading for...
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      Why might large post houses be heading for...

      September 6, 2009, 6:25 pm
      My friend James Gardiner wrote an interesting post "Are large Post Houses a sunset industry?" and it set me thinking. Now James is writing from an Australian perspective and "large post house" and "boutique" post house have quite different expectations of size than the Australian context. (For example, Alpha Dogs in Burbank bill themselves as a "boutique" post house but in Sydney or Melbourne they’d be one of the larger post houses.)

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      Talkin' Codecs - The Ken Stone Sessions (part 3)

      September 6, 2009, 6:24 pm
      Four giants of the digital video scene: Ken Stone, Michael Horton, Philip Hodgetts, Andrew Balis, get together and talk about what really counts when it comes to acquisition. What you need to know about and how to deal with issues such as frame size, codec choice, and what to look for when working through the myriad of acquisition and post-production codecs available to the modern filmmaker.

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      IBC SuperMeet Preview

      September 6, 2009, 6:23 pm
      SuperMeets are gatherings of Final Cut Pro editors, gurus and Mac-based digital filmmakers from throughout the world who use or want to learn to use Apple's Final Cut Studio suite of applications, most importantly Final Cut Pro. SuperMeets are held annually in four metropolitan cities: in San Francisco, Las Vegas, London and in Amsterdam. Watch more movies about what the SuperMeet is about: the Force behind the Supermeet and Making the SuperMeet...

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    • Assistant Editors and AMA
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      Assistant Editors and AMA

      September 5, 2009, 6:22 pm
      The more we move away from tape as a way to get in and out of an Avid — and the more we move to HD — the more people start to wonder what the assistant’s role is. Assistants used to have primary responsibility for input and output. Of course, that’s just one part of the job, but it’s a key part.

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