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  • Roundtrip from FCPX to Resolve to FCPX

    Roundtrip from FCPX to Resolve to FCPX

    October 17, 2011, 10:35 am
    Friday saw the release of Resolve 8.1, an update to the color grading tool that now allows the import and export of FCPX projects. What followed however was a weekend of discovery when editors realised they could use this to swap projects between FCPX and FCP7.

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      VFX Supervisor Hubert Maston Joins Framestore Mont

      July 18, 2018, 12:02 pm
      Framestore is excited to welcome Hubert Maston to the team as VFX supervisor, working on the studio’s upcoming feature films. With over 15 years of production experience, both as VFX supervisor and head of CG, Hubert has successfully led work on multiple award-winning projects. A natural leader, he brings a strong eye for detail to his work, relishing both technological and artistic challenges.

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      Editing & Post for Documentaries - Continuum + Avi

      July 18, 2018, 12:02 pm
      On Friday, July 20, 2018, learn how Continuum’s toolset inside an Avid workflow helps documentary editors and post professionals fix imperfect footage fast with special guest presenter, Seth Buncher, veteran documentary editor and colorist.

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      Foundry Releases Nuke 11.2

      July 18, 2018, 12:02 pm
      LONDON -- Software developer, Foundry, has launched Nuke 11.2, bringing a range of exciting new features and updates to the industry-leading compositing toolkit. The latest installment of this cutting-edge series will let artists work quicker than ever before through upgraded UI features and performance capabilities, alongside a new API for deep compositing that can increase the speed of script processing.

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    • MCU Countdown #19: Avengers: Infinity War
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      MCU Countdown #19: Avengers: Infinity War

      July 18, 2018, 12:01 pm
      This week we review the record-breaking Avengers: Infinity War, which unites the MCU's Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy for the first time to stop Thanos from obtaining all the Infinity Stones.

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      News: Avid Wins 2018 Microsoft US Partner Award fo

      July 18, 2018, 9:15 am
      (Burlington, MA--July 18, 2018) Avid® (Nasdaq:AVID), the leading technology provider of software tools and platforms that power the media and entertainment industry, today announced it has won the 2018 Microsoft US Partner Award for the communications and media industry. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.

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    • LIFE: VFX Breakdown by DNEG
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      LIFE: VFX Breakdown by DNEG

      July 18, 2018, 6:59 am
      Quick jump back to 2017 with this VFX Breakdown by DNEG about their work on LIFE...

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    • More Control over hair Simulations at Disney Resea
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      More Control over hair Simulations at Disney Resea

      July 18, 2018, 6:59 am
      Antoine Milliez, Bob Sumner, Markus Gross and Bernhard Thomaszewski of Disney Research will present their HairControl publication in August at SIGGRAPH : A Tracking Solution for Direct Hair Simulation.

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    • How Martin Scorsese Perfected the Movie Soundtrack
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      How Martin Scorsese Perfected the Movie Soundtrack

      July 18, 2018, 6:59 am
      While visuals remain the most dominant component of a movie, the best films deeply integrate aural techniques — dialogue, sound effects, scores, popular songs — to enrich a viewing experience. As a meticulously curated pool of well-known or obscure cuts, a film’s soundtrack can especially exert a potent effect on audiences: they can enhance a narrative, deepen our identification with characters, and plunge us further into an onscreen world. Our very own Christopher Campbell observes, “Great soundtracks can be an extension of, sometimes even an adaptation of, their respective movies. Listen to them after seeing a movie, and scenes are recalled through the songs they feature.” Indeed, music often dictates the emotions of the viewer, and an exemplary usage of music will prompt an abiding association between a song and its presence in the movie.

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      Why 8K won’t repeat the same mistakes as 4K

      July 18, 2018, 6:59 am
      One of the things that the consumer electronics industry is historically very bad at is introducing new standards to the public. At one point, HD had well over 30 different flavours in use worldwide and plenty of TV sets sold as HD Ready (if you can remember that far back) turned out to be no such thing. And, to be honest, the introduction of 4K has hardly been much better, while even HDR is not the cut and dried, ‘this TV does HDR, this TV doesn’t’ case it should be either.

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    • Weta and Creating Thanos
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      Weta and Creating Thanos

      July 18, 2018, 6:59 am
      At the center of one of the biggest films in history, Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War, stands Thanos, a CG character whose emotional range became a major contribution to the film's success. Creative COW Contributing Editor Hillary Lewis spoke with Weta Digital VFX Supervisor Matt Aitken about the challenges of their work on this remarkably compelling character and his world.

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