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  • Enter or Return?

    Enter or Return?

    October 23, 2011, 9:48 am
    I've discovered that for locking in the contents of a field, using the Enter key works more reliably, as the two keys are not always programmed the same. The good news is that both laptops and standard keyboards contain an Enter key. I recommend using it.

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      Software Encoding and Emerging Codecs

      April 17, 2018, 9:19 am
      At NAB, Jan Ozer met with about a dozen companies with stakes in HEVC and/or AV1. This is another in a series of video interviews he conducted with them.

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      8K. It's better, and it will catch on as quickly a

      April 17, 2018, 5:11 am
      If there is one thing RedShark Editor in Chief David Shapton took away from NAB 2018, it is a reinforcement that 8K really does have true benefits to our viewing experience, and it will become normal far faster than any of you think.

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      Lost in Space VFX Breakdown

      April 17, 2018, 5:06 am
      Image Engine presents Lost in Space Breakdown Reel.

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      The Walking Dead - Ep 810 VFX Breakdown

      April 17, 2018, 5:06 am
      Goodbye Kansas Studios – The Walking Dead has firmly established itself as one of the most successful and popular TV series in the world. We have been doing VFX for this undead hit show since season 6, resulting in an Emmy nomination for our VFX Supervisor Staffan Linder and his team in 2016 (for their work on ep 609).

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    • Scanline FX Interview Sup Ivo Klaus
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      Scanline FX Interview Sup Ivo Klaus

      April 17, 2018, 5:05 am
      This is Allan McKay. Welcome to Episode 136! I’m speaking with Ivo Klaus, one of the FX Supervisors at Scanline VFX. Ivo has been at Scanline for over 13 years. Scanline has worked on anything from Black Panther, Tomb Raider, Justice League, Avengers, Suicide Squad, Transformers, Game of Thrones. I could go on and on. Most of the biggest films — Scanline has worked on!

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    • Cutting RAMPAGE
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      Cutting RAMPAGE

      April 14, 2018, 4:27 pm
      Editors Jim May, ACE and Bob Ducsay have worked together numerous times, including Deep Rising, The Mummy, and Van Helsing.

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    • READY PLAYER ONE: Roger Guyett (Overall VFX Superv
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      READY PLAYER ONE: Roger Guyett (Overall VFX Superv

      April 13, 2018, 8:59 am
      Roger Guyett explained the ILM‘s work on STAR WARS – THE FORCE AWAKENS in 2016. READY PLAYER ONE marks his new collaboration with director Steven Spielberg.

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    • How They Made ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’
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      How They Made ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

      April 13, 2018, 8:59 am
      Michael Benson subtitles his behind-the-scenes account of 2001: “Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, and the Making of a Masterpiece.” Anniversaries have become moments for sanctioned reflection, and this moment, in particular, has given many a reason to make pilgrimage again to the church of Kubrick and all his symmetrical lines. Benson, who used to make documentaries about struggling Eastern European artists but has spent much of the past few decades evangelizing space exploration, turns to the extended production schedule of Kubrick’s biggest movie to find meaning—and there’s a lot of ground to cover. Kubrick originally pitched the film to MGM to be completed and ready for release by the holiday season of 1966. Production would eventually stretch to four years, and Benson finds figments of genius throughout. But the strangest thing about 2001 was that it happened at all: Kubrick’s decision to turn to science fiction was canny—a raging fad in the lead up to the Moon landings, 2001’s extended production schedule also coincided with the first episode of Star Trek— but also enigmatic. The movie’s tone of intense, awe-driven sincerity appears nowhere else in any of his completed movies that followed and would be found, instead, in the even more profitable spectacles of his followers: Spielberg, Lucas, etc.

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      Best Film Scores of the 21st Century

      April 13, 2018, 5:03 am
      Many components are used to determine the quality of a film; the screenplay tells the story, the cinematography paints the picture and the editing ties everything together. However, what elevates the film is the musical score. The musical score provides film with an essence, allowing the movie to tell its story in its own unique way.

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    • 6 Tense, Quiet Moments in Film
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      6 Tense, Quiet Moments in Film

      April 13, 2018, 5:03 am
      Silence is unnerving, unnatural, and uncomfortable, which means that it’s the perfect tool for a filmmaker to build atmosphere. Whenever a film becomes suspiciously quiet, the viewer immediately knows that something frightening is about to happen. What will it be–a ghost, a loud noise, or even… nothing? This is especially useful for the horror film–the jump scare soon became the trademark of the genre.

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