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14 Free FCP Tools and 14 Paid Ones

May 18, 2010, 04:35 PM


The DV Show dropped a great post over the weekend that answered a question from one of their readers: "I’m looking for some plugins or tools to enhance my productions. I mainly use Final Cut Pro and was wondering if there are any free or low cost alternatives to make my videos look better."

Use a Droplet to Prep Audio for FCP

May 17, 2010, 04:34 PM


So I’ve had a chance to work for a while on FCP, and I have a few things in mind to post on it. First, though, a very simple trick to help with importing properly configured audio into FCP.

Stuart Ashton, Blackmagic Design Pt 1&2

May 17, 2010, 04:33 PM


An in-depth discussion about DaVinci Resolve on the Mac: what this means for the world of color correction, different options offered in the DaVinci range, key features which DaVinci offers and the Blackmagic strategy for making high-end tools affordable and within reach of everyone.

So, About that DaVinci Thing

May 17, 2010, 04:33 PM


Due to my work schedule, I did not attend the NAB convention in Las Vegas this year. Which, as it turns out, is a pity, because it was probably one of the most interesting gatherings in quite some time. Lots of interesting announcements on various fronts, involving some of the more significant players in our business, including Arri (with the Alexa camera line),

I'm Back!

May 17, 2010, 04:32 PM


I’ve been a bit busy lately, both personally and professionally, which has resulted in a bit of time between posts. Personally, I moved (from Woodland Hills, in the San Fernando Valley, to Playa Vista, near Marina Del Rey) about 3 weeks ago. This represents a kind of homecoming for me, only a year after coming home from a few years in Florida, as I lived in the Marina on and off for almost 10 years.

Contender - Editor Andrew Weisblum, The Wrestler

May 16, 2010, 04:31 PM


Andrew Weisblum was the perfect choice when director Darren Aronofsky needed a "hungry editor" for his reality-based film The Wrestler. After 13 years of assisting, primarily in New York, Weisblum had only edited a handful of features (including The Darjeeling Unlimited and Broken English). The pair had met when Weisblum was visual effects editor on Aronofsky’s last film, The Fountain.


May 16, 2010, 04:30 PM


Going through a slight remodel for the next few days. All posts and links should be fine. Just ignore the interface construction, please.

Aronofsky Wrestles with Andrew Weisblum

May 16, 2010, 04:29 PM


Thanks to his role in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler, Mickey Rourke’s trophy room will soon need a renovation. The awards that he’s been nominated for, or already won, are piling up, but the man who deserves maybe the most thanks is a name very few are familiar with: Andrew Weisblum.

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