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November 11, 2008, 07:08 PM
Avid Technology, a maker of professional audio and video editing software, is laying off 410 full-time employees — 15 percent of its entire workforce — and dismissing another 90 contract workers. The major restructuring of Avid’s business also includes sales of Avid’s Pinnacle PCTV product line to Hauppauge Digital for an undisclosed amount, and Softimage 3-D game animation software business to Autodesk for $35 million. Among Avid’s remaining brand names are Avid video editing, Digides...
November 10, 2008, 07:00 PM
Location, location, location...Choosing the right location for your editing suite is arguably the single most important decision you will make and making the right decision could save you a ton of money and time. If possible, do not place your editing suite next to the mechanical room or an elevator shaft and avoid exterior walls and windows next to train tracks, busy streets or airports. A room that’s shielded from adjacent rooms by a hallway or closet is ideal. Take advantage of the floor...
November 10, 2008, 06:59 PM
Max Payne is the latest example of Hollywood’s yen for adapting the video game for the silver screen. With Mark Wahlberg in the title role and directed by John Moore, this thriller—which also stars Mila Kunis, Beau Bridges, Ludacris and Nelly Furtado—was shot in 35mm 3-perf in Toronto.
November 6, 2008, 06:52 PM
Although primarily a documentary editor Lindi Harrison has worked across some very challenging projects, including large website developments, Museum exhibitions and even the hugely ambitious 12 screen Sydney Olympic Games Presentation. Lindi's recent work included editing Tim Slade's highly acclaimed 4, where she weaved the magical work of four outstanding violinists to Vivaldi's The Four Seasons.
November 4, 2008, 06:49 PM
The widget will keep track of industry news including software update information, film editing magazine updates as well as artoftheGuillotine.com news. *NOTE* Unfortunately we don't have this widget for PC's as of yet. But keep your eyes out for it.
November 3, 2008, 06:42 PM
Now that the dust has cleared and we will be seeing lots of popular movie titles on Blu-ray discs for our home entertainment, there are lots of directors and DPs stopping in at film restoration shops to see how their work looks all cleaned up, in 1080p HD and with their deleted scenes reinstated. Older films, like The Godfather, are undergoing intricate rehabilitation. And there are those that are older still: think Peter Sellers as Dr. Strangelove. Or the Three Stooges. Post recently talked...
Gordon sits down with Matt Villa to discuss the editing of Peter Rabbit 2 - The Runaway.
Gordon Sits down with Nick Carew to discuss The Girlfriend Experience Season 03.
Editor Sam Rice Edwards joins us from the UK to discuss his work on the Youtube documentary Life In ...
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