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    Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline

    August 5, 2011, 7:36 pm
    In this installment of Video Adrenaline for Premiere Pro, Richard Harrington focuses on changes in Adobe CS55 and how it integrates with Audition. It's easy to move back and forth from a PP sequence to edit in Adobe Audition.

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      Joe Walker on Cutting Widows

      December 20, 2018, 5:39 am
      “A stroke, and then a slap,” says editor Joe Walker. That’s how director Steve McQueen described the tone he wanted in the opening scenes of Widows. The movie opens with a remarkable sequence, intercutting glimpses of the main characters’ family lives with images from a horrifically bloody heist gone wrong — showing, in effect, how four of the women at the heart of the film become widows. So, for example, we see Viola Davis’s Veronica Rawlings passionately kissing her husband Harry (Liam Neeson) and then suddenly we’re in the back of Harry’s van as police fire on it.

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      Black Panther and The Editing Oscar Race

      December 20, 2018, 5:39 am
      “I always felt the weight of the film,” reveals “Black Panther” editor Debbie Berman. “I knew how important it would be to people, but I never in a million years saw it blowing up the way it did.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Berman and co-editor Michael P. Shawver above.

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      Marker Keywords in DaVinci Resolve 15

      December 20, 2018, 5:39 am
      Recently I posted an article called DaVinci Resolve is a few steps away from Range-based Keywording. It was an exploration of how a combination of small featured in Resolve 15 can come together to sort of emulate Final Cut Pro X’s Range-based keywording.

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      Behind The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Rich Sound

      December 19, 2018, 10:18 am
      The sound for the Coen brothers’ quirky Western, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (currently available on Netflix) features rich Foley details, rhythmic sound elements, and sound effects-driven sequences that really shine in the mix.

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      Battling Weather with VFX in Mary Poppins 2

      December 19, 2018, 10:18 am
      English weather wreaked havoc on best-laid plans when it came to staging outdoor sequences for Mary Poppins Returns. Director Rob Marshall expected London’s usual overcast skies to accompany Mary Poppins’ descent from the heavens early in the movie. Instead, Mother Nature delivered a perfect sunny day. The UK-based visual effects supervisor Matt Johnson recalls, “It’s supposed to be all wind and clouds but suddenly London had a massive heat wave and we got a clear blue sky.” The solution? Digital artists digitally replaced the colors. We had to grade out all these harsh shadows caused by the sun switched everything around to make this glorious kind of L.A. sky all dark and gray. And the irony is the at the end of the movie, we needed an incredibly bright day and that week it was raining, so we had to do the exact opposite and make all the dull skies look blue.”

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      Simple Steps To Improve Your Home Studio Listening

      December 19, 2018, 10:18 am
      Probably the single most important area that gets overlooked in most home studios is the listening environment. While it’s possible that you can get lucky with a balanced, even sound by just setting up a couple of nearfield monitors in your room without thinking much about it, usually that’s not the case.

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      Pete Gates Releases 64 Bit Version Of The Free PT

      December 19, 2018, 6:17 am
      Pete Gates Releases 64 Bit Version Of PT Prefs App For Mac Users With Apple dropping support for 32-bit applications in the macOS that will follow Mojave, Pete Gates, the creator of the excellent free application PT Prefs, has been hard at work building a new 64-bit version ready for the next release of the macOS.

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      VCA Tracks In Pro Tools - Not Just For Mixing

      December 19, 2018, 6:17 am
      I’m a longstanding advocate of VCA tracks in Pro Tools. No longer a feature restricted to HD/Ultimate users, this track type can be unfamiliar to some users, particularly those who have come to audio from traditional analogue workflows. These tracks are best described as master faders for Mix Groups and as such they offer some overlap with traditional subgroups with can be achieved using Auxiliary tracks.

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      Black Panther Editor hints at how the 90's influen

      December 19, 2018, 6:17 am
      t should come as no surprise that Captain Marvel, set in 1995, will portray ‘90s culture in spectacular fashion (the trailer even features Carol Danvers crashing through a Blockbuster video store), but just how big that influence will be is still unknown.

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      Practical Effects Have a Chance at the Oscars This

      December 19, 2018, 6:17 am
      The visual effects category at the Academy Awards has historically been more genre-friendly than the others. From 1976 to 1993, every winner of that award (including Star Wars, Aliens, ET the Extra-Terrestrial, and Logan’s Run) had some genre-tilt that required special effects to bring its elements to life. But what made their achievements differ from modern Best Visual Effects winners is that before 1994 the nominees primarily featured practical effects.

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