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  • Quicktips 2011 Day 03: Scrub the FCP thumbnail

    Quicktips 2011 Day 03: Scrub the FCP thumbnail

    February 3, 2011, 1:41 pm
    There’s a thumbnail column with the Final Cut Pro browser. Call that column up and you can then scrub the thumbnail right in the Browser column. First you have to be sure you are displaying the Thumbnail column in a FCP browser bin. Right + click on a column heading and choose the Show Thumbnail option:

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      December 3, 2017, 8:39 am
      Is your video lacking something? You don't always need to make big, dramatic changes to your edit. Sometimes, all it takes is a little adjustment.

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      ‘Every Frame a Painting’ Is ‘Officially Dead

      December 3, 2017, 8:39 am
      “Every Frame a Painting,” a YouTube channel which attracted many cinephiles by focusing on the artistry of cinema, has ended. Creator and narrator Tony Zhou, alongside his fellow “Frame” writer and editor Taylor Ramos, published a “Postmortem” for the show on Dec. 2, alongside a script for a never-completed final video which was a thoughtful peek behind the curtain of the artists’ workflow.

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      Easy Cinematic Color Grading with LUTS

      December 2, 2017, 3:29 pm
      Lately, LUTs have become very popular with many people talking about them, why is that? It’s essentially a color preset that you can use in any of your work that easily changes the overall look. You can create your own LUTs or find one of the several premade ones to download from several sources online. If you are looking for a fast and easy way to get a more cinematic color grading in your next video project but not sure how to apply LUTs in your work stay tuned.

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    • New HDMI 2.1 supports video up to 10K
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      New HDMI 2.1 supports video up to 10K

      December 2, 2017, 10:01 am
      The new version of HDMI, 2.1, represents a huge leap forward as it supports resolutions up to 10K and Dynamic HDR and introduces a new Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable.

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    • Lisa Bromwell, ACE on "House of Cards"
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      Lisa Bromwell, ACE on "House of Cards"

      December 2, 2017, 10:00 am
      Lisa Bromwell, ACE has been working in feature film and TV editorial for more than 30 years. She moved into the editors chair in 1992 and has edited more than a dozen feature films and numerous TV series, like The Practice, Weeds, Better Off Ted, Cold Case, Gravity, and Criminal Minds. Art of the Cut talked to Bromwell about her work on the Netflix series, House of Cards. (There are specific examples of editing scenes that you can watch if you have Netflix or even a trial subscription to Netflix.)

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    • Shape of Water Editor Sidney Wolinsky Interview
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      Shape of Water Editor Sidney Wolinsky Interview

      December 1, 2017, 1:31 pm
      With director Guillermo del Toro’s fairy tale The Shape of Water opening in select theaters this weekend, I recently sat down with editor Sidney Wolinsky for an exclusive video interview. He talked about how he first met del Toro, the way they collaborated in the editing room, how the first cut compares to the finished film, the toughest sequence to edit, deleted scenes, what people would be surprised to learn about working with del Toro, and so much more.

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      Study More Than Film

      December 1, 2017, 5:37 am
      Study More Than Film

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      ‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’ VFX Superviso

      November 29, 2017, 6:27 pm
      From his earliest beginnings at ILM to his current role as Senior Visual Effects Supervisor at Peter Jackson’s pioneering Weta Digital, four-time Oscar winner Joe Letteri has had the most accomplished of careers, witnessing the stunning evolution of visual effects over the course of three decades.

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      The Fate of The Furious VFX Breakdown

      November 29, 2017, 5:20 am
      Rodeo FX – We are proud to present our VFX work made for this new Fast & Furious movie.

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      Animating Paint Strokes in Cinema 4D

      November 29, 2017, 5:20 am
      How would you like to create your own animated paint strokes, ready for use in anything from object/text reveals to websites, videos, UI or video-game projects?

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