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  • Digital Anarchy Samurai Sharpen

    Digital Anarchy Samurai Sharpen

    February 16, 2017, 6:15 pm
    Editors often face the dilemma of dealing with less-than-perfect footage. Focus is the bane of this challenge, where you have the ideal shot, but the operator missed the optimal focus, leaving a useable, albeit soft, image. Editing and compositing apps offer a number of built-in and third-party sharpen and unsharp mask filters that can be […]

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    • CrumplePop and FxFactory
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      CrumplePop and FxFactory

      April 20, 2017, 10:34 am
      If you edit with Final Cut Pro – either the classic and/or new version – then you are familiar with two of its long-running plug-in developers. Namely, FxFactory (Noise Industries) and CrumplePop. Last year the two companies joined forced to bring the first audio plug-ins to the FxFactory plug-in platform. CrumplePop has since expanded its […]

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    • Faster, Together at NAB
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      Faster, Together at NAB

      April 16, 2017, 6:16 am
      With the NAB trade show just around the corner, it’s time to shore up your last minute plans for things to do and see. In addition to the tons of exhibits in the Las Vegas Convention Center halls, there are numerous outside meetings, conferences, training sessions, and places for production and post professionals to meet […]

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    • Five Came Back
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      Five Came Back

      April 8, 2017, 7:25 am
      We know them today as the iconic Hollywood directors who brought us such classic films as Mr. Smith Goes To Washington, It’s a Wonderful Life, The African Queen, and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance – just to name a few. John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, Frank Capra and George Stevens also served their […]

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    • Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite 13
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      Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite 13

      April 2, 2017, 1:45 pm
      The hallmark of Red Giant’s Magic Bullet software products are that they are designed to enhance or stylize images. As their banner states, they focus on “color correction, finishing and film looks for filmmakers.” You can purchase individual software products or a comprehensive suite of tools. I reviewed Magic Bullet Suite 12 a couple a […]

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    • The Art of Motion Graphics Design
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      The Art of Motion Graphics Design

      March 25, 2017, 11:55 am
      While many of us may be good directors, photographers, or editors, it’s not a given that we are also good graphic designers. Most editors certainly understand the mechanics and techniques of developing designs and visual effects composites, but that doesn’t by default include a tasteful sense of design. Combining just the right typeface with the […]

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    • A quarter-century for Premiere Pro
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      A quarter-century for Premiere Pro

      March 14, 2017, 9:27 am
      I don’t normally plug a manufacturer’s promotional marketing events, but this one seems especially noteworthy. At the end of last year, Adobe Premiere Pro hit its 25th anniversary. It launched in November 1991 as simply Premiere and has gone through numerous iterations – from Premiere to Premiere Pro, CS and now CC. Premiere Pro in […]

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    • Voyage of Time
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      Voyage of Time

      February 11, 2017, 5:25 pm
      Fans of director Terrence Malick adore his unique approach to filmmaking, which is often defined by timeless and painterly cinematic compositions. The good news for moviegoers is that Malick has been in the most prolific period of his directing career. What could be the penultimate in cinema as poetry is Malick’s recent documentary, Voyage of […]

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    • Sonicfire Pro 6
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      Sonicfire Pro 6

      February 2, 2017, 7:29 am
      Most editors have a pretty innate sense of rhythm, yet often finding and tailoring the right music to your video poses a challenge for even the most talented cutter. SmartSound has provided an solution to this dilemma for many years. Last year they updated their custom Sonicfire Pro audio mixing software to version 6. This […]

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    • Final Cut Pro X – Reflecting on Six Years
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      Final Cut Pro X – Reflecting on Six Years

      January 26, 2017, 6:13 pm
      Some personal musings… Apple’s Final Cut Pro X has passed its five-year mark – and by now nearly most of its sixth. Although it’s getting increasing respect from many corners of the professional editing community, there are still many that dismiss it, due to its deviation from standard editing software conventions. Like so many other things that […]

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    • Nocturnal Animals
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      Nocturnal Animals

      January 21, 2017, 10:40 am
      Some feature films are entertaining popcorn flicks, while others challenge the audience to go deeper. Writer/director Tom Ford’s (A Single Man) second film, Nocturnal Animals definitely fits into the latter group. Right from the start, the audience is confronted with a startling and memorable main title sequence, which we soon learn is actually part of […]

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