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  • My Final Cut Pro X review now online

    My Final Cut Pro X review now online

    July 7, 2011, 9:01 am
    The Editblog has been relatively quiet on the subject of Final Cut Pro X (with the exception of the burning questions and omf export) since its release just a few weeks ago. That's mainly because I had been busying really kicking the tire on the application (in addition to regular editing work) trying to dig in for the FCPX Hand On Tour webinar and a full review for Studio Daily. That review has just come online so I wanted to point to it here.

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      AE Project Diary: 6) Xian part 2. Color Grading

      June 9, 2018, 9:12 am
      This is part 2 of my After Effects diary on the Xian project, and in it I’ll be looking at colour grading. If you missed part 1, I mentioned that the Xian project marked several milestones for me, and that I had been trying to cram so many different subjects together that it had taken me two years and four attempts just get to part 1 out. The mistake I had been making was to confuse two distinct topics – compositing and colour grading – which is interesting in hindsight, as the theme of this article is the importance of keeping them separate.

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      ANIMATION

      Editorial Shop Uppercut Partners with Bicoastal VF

      June 7, 2018, 2:09 pm
      Creative editorial shop Uppercut has partnered with bicoastal visual effects studio ZERO, allowing the companies to offer comprehensive post-production services across editorial, animation, CG, VFX and finishing. Encompassing three markets — including offices in New York City, Los Angeles and Boston — the alliance places the joint studios in a position to continually evolve with the changing needs of clients. The studios will be led by Uppercut Owner/Editor Micah Scarpelli and Executive Producer Kathrin Lausch and ZERO Founder Brian Drewes and Senior Producer Meg Bailey.

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      EDITING

      Is the freelance economy really shrinking?

      June 7, 2018, 2:09 pm
      There are fewer temporary workers today than there were in 2005, according to a much anticipated report on contingent workers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released this morning. The new data offers some insight into the number of people who rely on temporary work for income, but experts say it may not paint a full picture of the changing nature of work.

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      THOR - RAGNAROK: VFX Breakdown

      June 7, 2018, 9:36 am
      Digital Domain have released the VFX Breakdown of their work on the ships chase sequence for THOR – RAGNAROK...

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      VFX

      How they Built Wakanda

      June 7, 2018, 9:36 am
      It turns out that Wakanda is real. The nation’s most stunning vistas weren’t taken from another country, or the product of various other environments blended together. Wakanda is real—in a sense—in that it was created almost entirely by the visual effects wizards who brought Ryan Coogler’s vision of the fictional African nation into reality. The most astonishing location in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was nearly entirely created by digital effects. A new VFX reel shows just how these environments were created.

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      Win tickets to SIGGRAPH 2018

      June 7, 2018, 9:36 am
      This Summer, CG enthusiasts from all over the globe will gather in Vancouver for the annual SIGGRAPH (Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques) conference. And you could be there too!

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    • Skwigly Animation Podcast #81 – Snowden Fine Ani
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      Skwigly Animation Podcast #81 – Snowden Fine Ani

      June 7, 2018, 4:38 am
      In this episode we’re thrilled to welcome animation power couple Alison Snowden and David Fine, whose short filmography includes the Oscar-nominated Second Class Mail and the Oscar-winning Bob’s Birthday that inspired the hit TV series Bob and Margaret.

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      EDITING

      VHS Camcorder: Making your video look worse is the

      June 7, 2018, 4:38 am
      We've been talking a lot about emotional response recently on RedShark with reference to pristine imagery. But it seems that sometimes the worse the footage looks, the better the audience response. And now you can try it for yourself with Rarevisions' VHS Camcorder app!

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    • The Solo Speeder Scene
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      The Solo Speeder Scene

      June 6, 2018, 3:44 am
      You know you’re in a Star Wars film when one of the first big action set-pieces is a thrilling chase scene. Such is the beginning of Solo, where Han (Alden Ehrenreich) and his girlfriend Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) make a getaway aboard a stolen speeder amid the industrial streets of Corellia.

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    • Solo's Practical and CGI Character's
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      Solo's Practical and CGI Character's

      June 6, 2018, 3:44 am
      In this age of superhero and space-adventure blockbusters, you might think that most of the aliens and robots appearing in Ron Howard’s Solo were computer-generated. And for good reason; CG characters can be made to do anything, and can accommodate last-minute design changes. But savvy audiences have in recent times lamented the unfettered rise of CG, and yearned for the "old-school" days of practical effects.

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