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March 16, 2011, 9:16 am
A new animal to the editing world was born––or at least, utilized to its fullest to date––during the shooting in New York City last spring of George Nolfi’s film The Adjustment Bureau, which opens March 4 through Universal Pictures. It doesn’t quite have a name yet—call it on-set editor or reference editor—but it’s a potential boon to continuity and might start appearing regularly in a credit scroll near you.
September 26, 2017, 4:50 am
This is Allan McKay. Welcome to Episode 98! I’m speaking with Nicolas Prothais an Animator from Disney. This is a fun Episode. Nicolas was at the IAMAG Master Classes. He is an awesome and talented artist. He’s worked anywhere from Disney to Double Negative; and huge projects like John Carter and Iron Man 2. He’s definitely well versed and well traveled.
September 25, 2017, 4:35 am
Developed in cooperation with AJA, the Avid Artist DNxIV is a smaller and more portable version of the Avid Artist DNxIQ rack unit announced earlier this year. It features a number of inputs and outputs for both video and audio, such as 12G SDI, HDMI, analogue audio input, and audio output for 5.1 or 7.1 surround monitoring.
September 25, 2017, 4:35 am
How do you tell a story? If you're a filmmaker you know that you have so much more than the written word at your disposal. You have dialogue, camera movement, framing, costuming, set design, and editing all there waiting to inform and entertain your audience. But there is one very powerful narrative element that should never go unnoticed on any film production: color.
September 24, 2017, 5:53 pm
If you've spent any time in Adobe After Effects, chances are you've played around with the Echo effect, which basically just stacks frames from different times in the layer to create "streaking" or "ghosting." This produces some pretty cool looking images, but if you want it to affect something specific, you'll need to know how to isolate and apply it to a single part of your frame or a specific object.
September 23, 2017, 8:36 am
This is Art of the Cut’s second interview with Eddie Hamilton, ACE. The first one was about Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. Hamilton’s other previous work includes co-editing Kick-Ass with Oscar-winner, Pietro Scalia, ACE, and editing X-Men: First Class among many others.
September 22, 2017, 5:16 am
Houdini 16’s new terrain tools are built on heightfields. Heightfields in Houdini are groups of 2D volumes displayed in the viewport and at render time, as a distorted grid. In this masterclass, we delve into what these are, and how you can use them beyond terrains.
Lisa and Gordon discuss her career and approach to editing. ACE will have Lisa as part of their panels at the upcoming Edit ...
Sebastián Sepúlveda joins Gordon to discuss the editing of the film Jackie. They explore how structuring a real ...
Stuart joins Gordon to discuss A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix and what the difference is between working for Broa ...
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