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  • PluralEyes for Premiere Pro CS5 (Mac) reviewed

    PluralEyes for Premiere Pro CS5 (Mac) reviewed

    March 14, 2011, 5:20 pm
    If you ever record dual-system audio or multiple camera angles without synchronized timecode, you’ll wonder how you ever survived without PluralEyes added to your editing software. Users of Premiere Pro CS5 for Mac who are aware of PluralEyes for other editing programs will be happy to know that a version of PluralEyes is now available for their preferred app too. This article will go over PluralEyes'

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      24 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for AE

      July 1, 2019, 9:03 am
      The more time that you spend in an app, the more beneficial it is to learn a few keyboard shortcuts. They're extremely useful to automate those repetitive tasks.

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      24 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts for Premiere

      July 1, 2019, 9:03 am
      When you're editing a video, it helps to hit a flow state where the edit is moving along smoothly. You're jumping from scene-to-scene, chaining everything together perfectly to create a powerful narrative.

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      DisplayPort 2 updates spec for 8K and beyond

      July 1, 2019, 6:31 am
      VESA took the covers off DisplayPort 2 last week, suggesting as it did that the first products to support the new audio/video standard would ship at the back end of 2020 and open the door for beyond-8K resolutions. Certainly the massive jump in bandwidth compared to the 1.4a iteration released in March 2016 is going to accommodate a lot of data, a 3x increase allowing for a max payload bandwidth of 77.4Gbps. And given support for higher refresh rates and HDR support at higher resolutions also included in DP 2.0, there’s a chance the technology might move out of its high-end geek niche.

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      Which Apple Mac Should You Choose As A Pro Tools C

      July 1, 2019, 6:31 am
      Following the recent announcement of the 2019 Mac Pro, and the comments that some people think that the Mac Pro 7,1 is too expensive for a lot of Pro Tools users and our look at the possible costs of a Mac Pro 7,1 based Pro Tools computer, in this article we are going to look at the different options for each Apple Mac computer model and explore which could be the most suitable as a Pro Tools computer.

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      Pro Tools - Unlinked Edit And Timeline Selections

      June 29, 2019, 8:18 am
      In this premium video tutorial, Pro Tools Expert team member Julian Rodgers uses creating a drum loop as an example to examine Dynamic Transport and looks at some to the ways in which having to work with edit and timeline selections unlinked can be addressed so you can get your selections behaving in the way you want them to.

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      Od Studios sets up in Vancouver

      June 28, 2019, 12:59 pm
      Od Studios, a startup vfx/animation studio founded by industry veterans Marc Horsfield and Jason Brewer, has carved out a space in Vancouver, BC to create groundbreaking visuals for movies and television. The founders view this fresh start as a unique opportunity to combine technical excellence, ground breaking storytelling and unforgettable artistry from around the globe.

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    • VR set scouting, 'throne lava' and Drogon's touchi
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      VR set scouting, 'throne lava' and Drogon's touchi

      June 28, 2019, 12:59 pm
      Having fully established itself as a game-changer in the world of visual effects for television, HBO’s Game of Thrones saved some of its most ambitious, yet still subtle, effects for the final episode of season 8. Here, Jon Snow confronts Daenerys in the Iron Throne room, and kills her. Drogon melts the throne and then carries Daenerys’ body delicately away.

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    • MPEG to honor Martin Cohen
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      MPEG to honor Martin Cohen

      June 28, 2019, 5:54 am
      The Motion Picture Editors Guild (MPEG) will honor veteran post-production executive and producer Martin Cohen. Cohen’s work includes The Princess Academy, The Woman’s Club, Empire of the Sun and The Goonies. He will receive the award at a gala on October 5 in Los Angeles.

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      Sound behind the GoT Finale

      June 28, 2019, 5:54 am
      The multi award-winning sound of Game of Thrones has always been a key element in the series, and in this huge interview with supervising sound editor Tim Kimmel, re-recording mixer Onnalee Blank, re-recording mixer Mathew Waters, and sound designer Paula Fairfield, the team discusses the sounds of clamorous waves of wights, ice and snow, vocalizations, fire and much more. They also talk about the battles, the dragons, and what this series meant for them personally.

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      15 Free Camera Shake Presets for AE and Premiere

      June 28, 2019, 5:53 am
      Do you have footage shot on a tripod that you want to look handheld? You can easily add camera shake to your video with these free presets designed for After Effects. You can also apply the free camera shake presets and bring the footage into a Premiere Pro project.

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