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  • FCPX... So Long and Thanks for the Fish...

    FCPX... So Long and Thanks for the Fish...

    June 25, 2011, 12:43 pm
    I didn't always use Final Cut Pro, and I didn't start using it from version 1. I was a late convert. I started out using Avid Media Composer. But I did start using it after version 3 came out.

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      Mick Audsley Part 1, Imaginarium

      December 17, 2009, 5:39 am
      From his long history with Stephen Frears to his work with directors like Mike Newell, Neil Jordan and John Madden, Mick Audsley has, over 30 years, proven himself to be one of the finest editors in Britain. The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, due for release December 25, is his second collaboration with director Terry Gilliam.

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      Mick Audsley on Cutting 12 Monkeys

      December 17, 2009, 5:39 am
      Mick Audsley has worked extensively with Stephen Frears (including MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE, PRICK UP YOUR EARS, SAMMY AND ROSIE GET LAID and THE GRIFTERS), and also edited Neil Jordan's INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE. His earlier projects include working on sound for Peter Greenaway's gargantuan mock-documentary THE FALLS. Audsley's friend, editor Lesley Walker (who worked on FISHER KING), suggested him to Gilliam for TWELVE MONKEYS when she was unavailable — coincidentally, cutting a Stephen...

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      Editing The Lovely Bones

      December 16, 2009, 5:38 am
      With shooting underway more than two years ago, the creative story behind The Lovely Bones has been a long time in the making. Faced with a complex story line, remote editing locations and an extended post period, editor Jabez Olssen (The Lord of the Rings, King Kong) describes his work on The Lovely Bones as unique on many levels.

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    • Edit Suite Etiquette
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      Edit Suite Etiquette

      December 16, 2009, 5:37 am
      If you’re a working editor out in the world, chances are you freelance or you are on staff at a post-production facility. No matter which of those two categories you might fall into you probably don’t work in a vacuum; that vacuum being one single edit suite that you and you yourself occupy without any interaction with others.

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      EDITING

      FCP 7 Questions at Supermeet!

      December 16, 2009, 5:36 am
      SuperMeet producers Dan Berube and Michael Horton decided to do something different for the IBC SuperMeet in September 2009. Hot off the announcement of Final Cut Studio 2 the floor was opened to questions from the audience. The result is a wide array of interesting questions which generated equally interesting answers. If ever an event shows the cohesion of the world video community, this is it. Featuring experts from the USA, UK, France and an audience from many different countries.

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    • Frame Dup Detection + 5D/7D Footage
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      Frame Dup Detection + 5D/7D Footage

      December 16, 2009, 5:36 am
      I recently wrote a piece over at the Editblog on PVC about using the show duplicate frames function in Final Cut Pro...

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    • Cutting Room Eps. 022 - Mark Livolsi Pt. 3
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      Cutting Room Eps. 022 - Mark Livolsi Pt. 3

      December 15, 2009, 12:46 pm
      Here's the final part of my three part interview with Mark Livolsi. Mark talks about editing The Wedding Crashers, cutting music for Cameron Crowe and working on the Devil Wears Prada.

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      Schoonmaker Talks about Cutting Cape Fear

      December 15, 2009, 5:35 am
      This conversation is comprised of two interviews, the first in January 1991, in the editing suite set up in a Fort Lauderdale office building during filming of CAPE FEAR. With the innocuous image of a teddy bear frozen on her flatbed editing table, Schoonmaker spoke of the working relationship Scorsese has had with her and what exactly she feels she contributes to his films. "I'm so lucky. I keep wondering when someone is going to murder me so they can get my job!" Laughing, she then turns...

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    • Skinny on FCP 7 Speed Ramp
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      Skinny on FCP 7 Speed Ramp

      December 15, 2009, 5:34 am
      Ripple Training’s Steve Martin has written an AWESOME tutorial that thoroughly delves into Final Cut Pro’s new slow motion and speed ramping toolset.

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    • Fun Films for Editors
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      Fun Films for Editors

      December 14, 2009, 5:33 am
      Movies by the fireside blog has posted this list: With Oscar time approaching and movie-going, as well as, movie-giving a holiday tradition for many families, I decided to post a list of some films that are fun for editors to watch. These aren’t all Oscar-contenders, although there’s plenty of bling in this list. They are presented in no particular order, so I hope you enjoy.

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