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  • iZotope RX8 Audio Editor

    iZotope RX8 Audio Editor

    October 16, 2020, 12:50 pm
    Most digital audio and video editing applications come with a robust set of audio plug-ins, but many editors and mixers prefer to augment those with third-party effects. iZotope is the go-to brand for many who need best-in-class audio effects tools. The company offers a number of comprehensive audio products and software suites, but most video […]

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    • Accusonus ERA5
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      Accusonus ERA5

      October 23, 2020, 12:42 pm
      The trend in audio plug-ins is simple-to-use effects with a minimal number of controls. Waves started this with their One Knob series – a set of equalization, reverb, and compression filters to make audio “brighter,” “phatter,” or “wetter.” In recent years, Accusonus was among the first to expand this concept to audio repair effects in […]

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    • Color Finale Connect – Remote Grading for FCPX
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      Color Finale Connect – Remote Grading for FCPX

      October 10, 2020, 2:11 pm
      Remote workflows didn’t start with COVID, but that certainly drove the need home for many. While editing collaboration at a distance can be a challenge, it’s a far simpler prospect than remote color grading. That’s often a very interactive process that happens on premises between a colorist and a client, director, or cinematographer. Established high-end […]

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    • Working with ACES in DaVinci Resolve
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      Working with ACES in DaVinci Resolve

      October 3, 2020, 12:54 pm
      In the film days, a cinematographer had a good handle on what the final printed image would look like. The film stocks, development methods, and printing processes were regimented with specific guidelines and limited variations. In color television production, up through the early adoption of HD, video cameras likewise adhered to the standards of Rec. […]

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    • Larry Jordan’s Techniques of Visual Persuasion
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      Larry Jordan’s Techniques of Visual Persuasion

      September 25, 2020, 1:33 pm
      You may know him as a speaker, trainer, or web presenter. Or from the long-running Digital Production Buzz podcast series. Or his 2 Reel Guys series with the late Norman Hollyn. Regardless of how, Larry Jordan is well-known by most working and aspiring video professionals. But Jordan is also an accomplished author, with several books […]

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    • Improving your mix with iZotope
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      Improving your mix with iZotope

      September 18, 2020, 1:15 pm
      In classic analog mixing consoles like Neve or SSL, each fader includes a channel strip. This is a series of in-line processors that can be applied to each individual input and usually consists of some combination of an EQ, gate, and compressor. If a studio mixing engineer doesn’t use the built-in effects, then they may […]

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    • Soundtheory Gullfoss Intelligent EQ
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      Soundtheory Gullfoss Intelligent EQ

      September 12, 2020, 2:00 pm
      There are zillions of audio plug-ins on the market to enhance your DAW or NLE. In most cases, the operation and user interface design is based on familiar physical processing hardware. Often the user interface design is intentionally skeuomorphic as either a direct analog to the physical version or as a prompt to give you […]

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    • Does Apple’s mid-2020 iMac deliver?
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      Does Apple’s mid-2020 iMac deliver?

      September 4, 2020, 12:46 pm
      Apple told us at WWDC that more Intel Macs were on the way. The latest iMac refresh is the first fulfillment of that promise. In the Mac desktop line-up, iMac covers a span from two to ten CPU cores and up to 128GB of RAM. iMac Pro covers 10 to 18 cores and up to […]

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    • Boris FX Optics
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      Boris FX Optics

      August 7, 2020, 1:10 pm
      Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom are ubiquitous digital photography processing tools that hold a place in nearly every pro and semi-pro photographer’s toolkit. From straight-up image correction and enhancement to wildly creative looks, it’s hard to beat what these tools offer. However, when you get into the stylistic filter options, Photoshop looks a bit stale. You […]

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    • Building that Zoom Look
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      Building that Zoom Look

      August 1, 2020, 2:38 pm
      COVID-19 has altered our lives in many ways, but it has also changed our visual language. Video conference calls didn’t start with this pandemic, but by now Skype, Zoom, WebEx, Blue Jeans, and other services have become part of our daily lives – both as participants and as viewers. We use these for communicating with […]

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    • Dialogue Mixing Tips
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      Dialogue Mixing Tips

      July 27, 2020, 1:08 pm
        Video is a visual medium, but the audio side of a project is as important – often more important – than the picture side. When story context is based on dialogue, then the story will make no sense if you can’t hear or understand that spoken information. In theatrical mixes, it’s common for a […]

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