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  • SuerMeet part II

    SuerMeet part II

    October 27, 2011, 10:16 pm
    Jem ends with on November 3rd the story changes.. Dan gets up and says we are going to see some amazing things from Canon then. Marc-Andre Ferguson talking about Smoke on the road... You can edit with Smoke on a MacBook; as long as you have Thunderbolt and an external disk array.

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      The Future of Picture Editing

      August 18, 2010, 5:27 pm
      Film editing has undergone a few major paradigm shifts since it’s inception with glue and splicers (and in-camera editing before that), but the greatest of them came in the late 80s with the mainstream acceptance of non-linear editing. This transition provided editors with a plethora of new tools that made their work more efficient and their means of accomplishing it more capable. But the most revolutionary thing...

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    • Eat Pray Love, cut on FCP
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      Eat Pray Love, cut on FCP

      August 18, 2010, 12:01 pm
      Eat Pray Love, a new Columbia Pictures feature film based on the Elizabeth Gilbert novel of the same title and starring Julia Roberts, was edited entirely in Final Cut Pro. Apple has posted a page detailing the editing team's immense task of turning 70 hours of footage shot in four different countries into a two hour film--all on a tight time-frame.

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      Editors Discuss Their Craft at EditFest LA

      August 18, 2010, 9:57 am
      The American Cinema Editors’ (ACE) third annual EditFest LA took place the first weekend of August at Universal Studios. It was a veritable feast of editing talk. The five panel discussions covered a lot of ground––from breaking into the business and making the transition from assistant to editor, to analyzing scenes and talking shop. The opening panel, Welcome to EditFest, moderated by the organization’s president, Randy Roberts, A.C.E., highlighted just how much the field of editing has...

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      EDITING

      The Comedy of Cancer

      August 18, 2010, 9:56 am
      "It’s a comedy about cancer, so there will of course be dramatic undertones to a lot of the material," says David Dworetzky one of three editors on The Big C, which premiered on Showtime on August 16. "But we have to keep in mind that we’re a comedy. It’s easier to forget than one would think." The Big C is a comedy about a woman (Laura Linney) with cancer who resolves to live life to the fullest. However, she doesn’t tell anyone she’s sick, so her family and friends are confused by...

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    • Looking for Mr. Goodeditor
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      Looking for Mr. Goodeditor

      August 18, 2010, 9:55 am
      Note that the award is called "Best Film Editing" not "Best Film Editor." That’s a crucial difference for me. Editing is truly collaborative, so it’s not really possible to say who made the editorial decisions that result in the film that we see. The editor/s accept this award as representatives for the film’s editing, but there is...

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      When Avid Met FilmLight

      August 18, 2010, 9:52 am
      Nonlinear editing manufacturer Avid and color scanner/grader manufacturer FilmLight jointly unveiled a new collaborative workflow recently that enables editors and colorists to work in an iterative, nonlinear fashion. At venues in Burbank and Santa Monica, hundreds of post-production professionals attended the demonstrations, which featured FilmLight’s Baselight color grading system and Avid’s newly-introduced Media Composer 5.0 editing system, as well as its DS compositing and finishing...

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    • Another useful Boris tool: Continuum 3-Way Color
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      Another useful Boris tool: Continuum 3-Way Color

      August 18, 2010, 9:51 am
      I was surprised to see an email comes across the tubes today with a press release announcing a new $99 3-Way color grading plug-in from Boris FX. The Boris Continuum 3-Way Color Grade Unit is now available for editors as another option for color correction within a number of host applications including Apple Final Cut Pro, Apple Final Cut Express, Apple Motion, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro.

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      New Avid Pro Tools HD Series Interfaces

      August 17, 2010, 1:06 pm
      Avidtoday introduced a series of newly-designed hardware and software solutions designed to enhance the quality and performance of Pro Tools|HD, the industry’s leading digital audio workstation. The new HD Series interfaces—HD I/O, HD OMNI and HD MADI—offer customers flexible configurations to support a variety of analog and open digital formats for audio recording, mixing and playback. Additionally, new HEAT (Harmonically Enhanced Algorithm Technology) software allows customers to add the...

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      Editing Eat, Pray, Love

      August 17, 2010, 11:58 am
      The movie, like the book, follows Gilbert from New York to Italy, where she indulges her senses; to India, where she explores her spirituality; and to Bali, where she finds love and the balance she has been seeking. But punching that ticket cinematically was a daunting challenge for director Ryan Murphy and producer Dede Gardner. And logistics were easily their biggest challenge. To faithfully translate Gilbert’s journey from page to screen, the filmmakers lobbied to shoot the movie entirely...

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      MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 2

      August 17, 2010, 11:58 am
      In the first half of this month's article, I looked at the usability and performance of five MPEG-2 encoding tools: Apple Compressor, Cinema Craft Encoder MP, Innobits BitVice, Sorenson Media Squeeze, and Telestream Episode Encoder. In this issue I'll discuss comparative quality and detail what happened when I tried to import the files into DVD Studio Pro.

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