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January 21, 2013, 9:40 am
We've seen several updates last year making DaVinci Resolve lite (free) ever more user friendly and more accessible to users using semi professional hardware like Apple laptop computers and Blackmagic's low priced Cinema Camera.
January 21, 2013, 9:39 am
The increasing sophistication of the iPhone’s back camera has turned the smartphone into a movie-making device, with a number of accessories available to help make your amateur video look as professional as possible. This is true on the software side as well, with a growing proliferation of apps designed to make it easy—even effortless—to edit and share your favorite moments with friends and family.
January 21, 2013, 9:37 am
If we can predict just one thing for Apple in 2013, it's this: The company will continue to release products. But we're going to predict more than one thing (because we're crazy like that): Apple won't close down the business and give its money back to its shareholders, and it won't stop developing its major product lines. Here's how we think that development could go this year.
January 20, 2013, 11:25 am
You can dabble with Final Cut Pro X - or you can take this comprehensive course and learn to edit video like a true professional! Apple's non-linear video editing software is both powerful and affordable.
January 20, 2013, 11:23 am
You can use Apple's Windows ProRes codec to edit on Windows with Apple ProRes. You cannot export your Files to ProRes Windows. You can only read (edit) Prores on Windows. To get ProRes Codecs on Mac OS, for read (editing) and export of files, buy Motion from the Apple App Store. Avid's DNxHD codec is free for Windows and Mac OS and can read and write files on both.
January 16, 2013, 6:28 am
More than anything, users appreciate the undeniable consistency (and therefore, customer confidence) that comes with any Apple machine or app. This applies to both consumers and professionals, though some of the latter may hesitate in days to come. Of course, achieving this consistency can be a double-edged sword — the very measures that guarantee the quality you’ve come to know and respect of Apple computing are the same tendencies that see them labeled as “notoriously controlling.”
January 14, 2013, 8:48 pm
This walk through takes you behind the curtain to see some of the editing tips and tricks we use to make promos. There are other people who will teach you how to edit better than we can in FCPX, but we try to give you a big picture look.
January 14, 2013, 8:42 pm
One other thing. I wrote this review because a lot of reviews I’ve read were either passionate filmmakers pissed off (therefore biased against writing an objective review), veteran editors who have a financial incentive for you to get FCPX...
The filmmakeru.com team explores the history of color in film in our series Birth of an Art. From coloring in single frames ...
Gordon sits down with Ivan Victor to discuss his work editing 68 Whiskey.
Gordon sits down to discuss the VFX of The Lion King with VFX supervisor Rob Legato
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