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April 14, 2011, 11:32 am
Philip Hodgetts is known as a writer, presenter and software developer, speaking and writing on topics from creativity to the future of QuickTime and Final Cut Pro. Now on his blog he shared his thoughts on Final Cut Pro X. He feels that on the presentation we got a very brief overview of some key features – the headline stuff – but no real depth as we didn’t even see a single menu being pulled down. However for him, Final Cut Pro X was everything he hoped for and even more:
June 24, 2019, 5:55 am
If you want to make it as a creative in the audio and visual mediums, you're going to want to learn how to perfect a sound mix. Luckily, The Ultimate Logic Pro X Music Production Bundle contains everything you need to know about the basics of audio engineering you podcasts, YouTube videos, and more.
June 21, 2019, 5:25 am
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that Dody Dorn has won the runoff election for the open Film Editors Branch seat on the 2019–20 Board of Governors. Dorn joins incumbents Carol Littleton and Michael Tronick in representing the branch and will assume her post as of July 1.
June 20, 2019, 1:41 pm
One of three editors on Sam Esmail’s Homecoming, Rosanne Tan was asked to tap into the visual and sonic style of “paranoid thriller movies [from] the past,” working within a broad conceptual framework set by Esmail, while trying to surprise him with the choices she made.
June 20, 2019, 5:53 am
I was recently interviewing the team from Milk VFX about their work on Good Omens when they mentioned a tool called Nexture from French-based Cronobo VFX. It was being used to help the team achieve detailed texture maps for a couple of their CG characters. Curious, I asked Cronobo for more information about what Nexture was and what it can do.
June 19, 2019, 12:28 pm
If you’re looking to use an Adobe suite to edit your films, then you’ve probably taken a look at Premiere Pro and After Effects and wondered which you should use. The answer is probably ‘both’, but in this article we’ll take a look at their best uses and where they work well together.
Gordon sits down with Michelle Miller to discuss the makeup of PEN15
Gordon sits down with Tony Kearns to discuss editing Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
Jim Flynn and Gordon sit down to discuss the editing of The Haunting of Hill House.
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