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    DFT FLEXXITY Includes Native Support for ProRes

    December 12, 2011, 2:55 pm
    DFT Digital Film Technology recently added native support of ProRes files on the Linux OS to version 1.2 of its FLEXXITY suite of software applications, which includes Dailies, Playout and Archive -- which speaks especially to ARRI Alexa output.

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      Cutting Room Eps. 003 - Alan Heim

      October 16, 2008, 12:23 pm
      Alan Heim has become a force in the film editing world with work on such films as: All That Jazz, Network, American History X, and The Notebook. He is also the producer of The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing. Check out his IMDB listing for more information

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      The Cutting Crew

      October 15, 2008, 6:13 pm
      Nothing speaks like experience, so DV recently caught up with six working editors. Each took time out of their busy schedules to talk about the past, present and future of their favorite non-linear editing tools.

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    • What is the Greatest Edited Film
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      What is the Greatest Edited Film

      October 14, 2008, 6:10 pm
      We are creating a list for the greatest film ever edited. Submit your suggestion in our poll section. After being up mere hours we've already got a few suggestions. Make sure your voice is heard!

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      Bill Nichols | Documentary Reenactments

      October 12, 2008, 6:08 pm
      Ryerson University has posted a video of Bill Nichols lecture on reenactments. A great insight into film documentary reenactments and useful for editing. When you go to the video it streams via Windows Media 9 and some people have had trouble. If thats the case enter this web address into your media player to check it out. mms://www.windowsmedia.ryerson.ca/dmpstreams/2009Kodak/nichols/stream1.asx

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      Editor Richard Harris' X Factor

      October 11, 2008, 6:07 pm
      Editing is an integral part of creating suspense in a film—anyone who has seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) can attest to that. For a film like The X-Files: I Want to Believe (whose creators were so intent on producing a suspenseful aura for its audience that only a very elite group of those involved were given full scripts), having a skilled editor was crucial to its success. It made perfect sense when the moviemakers behind the film called in Richard A. Harris, an editor with plenty...

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      Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 Review

      October 11, 2008, 6:05 pm
      Just when we thought Premiere Pro for Mac or Windows was about as packed with features as it could get, Adobe has put even more actually useful niceties into the CS4 version of the venerable editing application. Building on its strengths of smooth interaction with other members of the Adobe club of apps, Premiere Pro included functionality and feature sets that were sorely needed in previous versions. There are also some unexpected surprises within the mix.

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      Murch BAFTA Lecture Part 2

      October 10, 2008, 6:03 pm
      Walter Murch is the most highly-awarded film editor working today, with 3 BAFTA Awards and 3 Oscars for picture editing and sound mixing. Walter Murch's credits include Apocalypse Now, Godfather II and III, American Grafitti and THX-1138, through to The English Patient and Cold Mountain. In this Lecture, Murch notes that film editing is now 100 years old, and recounts achievements from the history of the craft and discusses his own body of work.

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      Murch BAFTA Lecture Part 1

      October 9, 2008, 6:00 pm
      Walter Murch is the most highly-awarded film editor working today, with 3 BAFTA Awards and 3 Oscars for picture editing and sound mixing. Walter Murch's credits include Apocalypse Now, Godfather II and III, American Grafitti and THX-1138, through to The English Patient and Cold Mountain. In this Lecture, Murch notes that film editing is now 100 years old, and recounts achievements from the history of the craft and discusses his own body of work.

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      Restoring the Touch Of Genius to a Classic

      October 9, 2008, 5:57 pm
      FORTY years ago, in the spring of 1958, Orson Welles's "Touch of Evil" was released by Universal as a B picture, the second half of a double bill. (The A picture was "Female Animal," a now-forgotten vehicle for Hedy Lamarr.) Neither picture attracted much attention, although some reviewers were intrigued by Welles's first studio work in 10 years. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a commercial and critical disappointment, and Welles -- only 43 at the time -- returned to Europe and never made...

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      Walter Murch: Cutting from the Heart

      October 9, 2008, 5:56 pm
      One part painter, two parts prestidigitator, Walter Murch is, quite simply, one of our greatest living motion picture editors. He has a long and storied career as both a picture and sound editor, and has authored one of the most insightful little volumes on film editing ever published. "Blink of an Eye" should be required reading for every film student.

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