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  • ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “Westworld”

    ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “Westworld”

    February 14, 2017, 8:24 pm
    Today’s Art of the Cut is with the editing team behind the critically acclaimed HBO series Westworld. Discussing their work on the series are editors Andrew Seklir, Tanya Swerling, Mark Yoshikawa and post production producer (and Westworld pilot editor), Stephen Semel. You can watch some free episodes here. HULLFISH: Why don’t you each tell me
    The post ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “Westworld” appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “The Marvelou
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      ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “The Marvelou

      May 23, 2019, 8:20 am
      The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is on Amazon Prime Video and is in its second season. Last season, editor Kate Sanford, ACE, won the ACE Eddie for Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Episode: “Simone.” Sanford has won previous ACE Eddies for Treme and The Wire. Tim Streeto, ACE is... The post ART OF THE CUT with the editors of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • The Isle of the Dead: a mysterious painting comes
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      The Isle of the Dead: a mysterious painting comes

      May 22, 2019, 4:55 am
      Winner of a VR Award at the Venice International Film Festival in 2018, and soon available on Steam, The Isle of the Dead, from French author Benjamin Nuel, is another step in the right direction for VR. Written by Benjamin Nuel and Clémence Madeleine-Perdrillat, produced by Oriane Hurard, a coproduction of the French cinematography company... The post The Isle of the Dead: a mysterious painting comes alive in Virtual Reality appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Adobe Premiere Rush is finally available for Andro
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      Adobe Premiere Rush is finally available for Andro

      May 21, 2019, 10:30 am
      The interesting, cross-platform app called Premiere Rush (which I have covered extensively in prior articles and an interview with Cielo de la Paz of The Storyographist), is finally available for Android too. Up until now, it has been available for macOS, iOS and Windows. At a private online briefing last week for journalists, Adobe responded... The post Adobe Premiere Rush is finally available for Android too appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Advanced keying with After Effects: Part 3
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      Advanced keying with After Effects: Part 3

      May 21, 2019, 6:08 am
      Keylight is, in general, the best chromakey plugin that comes with After Effects. Although there are other 3rdparty plugins available for sale, Keylight can produce exceptional results and has won various technical awards.  Unless you’ve invested in a 3rdparty keyer, if  you’re working with bluescreen or greenscreen footage in After Effects, Keylight should always be your... The post Advanced keying with After Effects: Part 3 appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Digitize your entire set…free, using Meshroom
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      Digitize your entire set…free, using Meshroom

      May 21, 2019, 6:06 am
      3D camera tracking has become an essential tool for most filmmakers—even if just for matchmoving titles to scene geography. But until fairly recently, the ability to recreate your scene inside a computer’s 3D space required expensive on-set Lidar survey, the result of which never seemed to quite line up with the 3D camera track. There... The post Digitize your entire set…free, using Meshroom appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Adobe Creative Cloud discontinued apps: Adobe clar
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      Adobe Creative Cloud discontinued apps: Adobe clar

      May 20, 2019, 2:08 pm
      When Adobe published, recently, a list of software that could not be used any longer, it mixed CC apps with CS apps as Premiere Pro 6. I finally got a reply from Adobe about what is “legal” to use, now. The letter sent recently by Adobe to some of its clients has not been very... The post Adobe Creative Cloud discontinued apps: Adobe clarifies its letter and list appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Classic Course: Smart Blur
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      Classic Course: Smart Blur

      May 20, 2019, 2:07 pm
      Smart Blur – along with Bilateral Blur, which we discussed back in January – was originally created to help blur out flaws in an image (such as dust, grain, skin flaws, etc.) while maintaining detail in transitions such as the outline of the image or features in it. It’s a powerful tool that includes the ability... The post Classic Course: Smart Blur appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Our Choice To Turn To Adobe Premiere Rush For NAB
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      Our Choice To Turn To Adobe Premiere Rush For NAB

      May 20, 2019, 2:06 pm
      We stopped by the booths. We saw the gear. We talked to as many industry manufacturers as we could. Then, after the exhibit floor closed, we dived into long edit sessions. Our game plan was simple: Cover NAB as much as possible, and edit throughout the day and into the evenings. We turned to Adobe... The post Our Choice To Turn To Adobe Premiere Rush For NAB 2019 Videos appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Polygon Disintegration
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      Polygon Disintegration

      May 20, 2019, 2:06 pm
      Polygon Disintegration Breaking apart polygons with X-Particles. Polygon Disintegration With the popularity of the Avengers Thanos ash effect, I decided to create a variant with X-Particles. It’s very similiar in movement, but focuses primarility on ripping the polygons of a mesh object apart which gives it a nice mix of blockiness, and fluid flow. Since... The post Polygon Disintegration appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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    • Drive-in Movies
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      Drive-in Movies

      May 20, 2019, 6:18 am
      When was the last time you went to a drive in movie? Admittedly, the pickings are pretty scarce these days. At last count there were only 559 drive-in screens at 317 locations remaining in the United States and even less in Canada and Australia. While many states have multiple outdoor venues to watch film, many... The post Drive-in Movies appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

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