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  • NEW NVIDIA GPU-ACCELERATED PLUG-INS DRAMATICALLY BOOST PERFORMANCE FOR ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE 4 USERS

    Tweet Professional videographers face continuous pressure to deliver high quality work under tight deadlines. To ease that burden and enable greater levels of creativity, NVIDIA today announced the availability of GPU-accelerated plug-in solutions for Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) users, optimized to run on a wide range of NVIDIA®® Quadro®® graphics solutions. NVIDIA is offering exclusive discounts of up to 50 percent on plug-ins from Elemental Technologies, Boris FX, Red Giant Software and proDAD when purchased at NVIDIA.com. Among the […]

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  • On target with THE BULLET

    On target with THE BULLET

    Tweet   The Bullet Training from Andrew Kramer Many After Effects users may be more familiar with the title “videocopilot” than his real name, Andrew Kramer. However, Andrew has been creating tutorials  and has been featured on several sites, including his own — videocopilot.net. In addition to many of the tutorials that you can find online, Andrew also has premium tutorials that you can purchase directly from his site. These tutorials are an examination of a specific task, effect, or […]

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  • FMC Tutorial – Premiere Pro CS4 – Reconnecting Footage

    Tweet Have you ever sat down and launched Premiere Pro thinking you were ready to start your day of editing that feature film when BOOM! the red “media offline” placeholder stares at you? Where did the footage go? Did you rename it or move it? Did someone? Today we go over a simple technique for relinking your assets. Enjoy! US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Hong Kong Auctions Indian Auctions Irish Auctions […]

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  • NAB 09: particleIllusion coming to After Effects

    NAB 09: particleIllusion coming to After Effects

    Tweet Alan has been working on this port from particleIllusion to After Effects plugin for a long time. It’s taken some time for Adobe to come up with API to keep up with all of the animatable parameters that particle Illusion has already. For rants, ramblings and general announcements – check out a chaotic blog in the BlogZone: http://www.ninjacrayon.com/ or via the NINJACRAYON Twitter Posts. To find out more about the plugin, keep checking back to the wondertouch website. Also, […]

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  • NAB 09 News from Adobe

    Tweet As NAB kicks off there is some great news from Adobe for filmmakers. Adobe announced today a new product called Adobe Story. Adobe Story is an offline and online software app for collaborative scriptwriting. Imagine the the ability of using this to import your Final Draft script into the Adobe Creative Suite and being able to use its powerful metadata system. Needless to say this would speed up editing workflows tremendously. Adobe also announce a free update for Premiere […]

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  • Filmmaking Central Episode 23 2008 Adobe CS 4 Discussion

    Tweet Greetings! Today I have co host Ko Maruyama on the show. We discuss the XSI aquisition, Adobe’s new CS4 collection, and FMC Live. Our first live show went off extremely well! We will be doing them weekly on Wednesday at 11am PST. [podcast]http://www.filmmakingcentral.com/FMC_Podcast_23_2008.mp3[/podcast] Download

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  • Want to know about Adobe CS4? Come to this weeks DMALA meetup!

    Tweet Join DMA\LA this TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21 us when MICHAEL COLEMAN and GILES BAKER* will be showcasing some of the great features in Production Premium CS4. If you’re a veteran user, you know Michael and Giles. If you’re an intermediate user, now is the time to come meet the team responsible for the motion graphics tools you rely on. If you’re a first time user, be sure to register for a membership. Meet other pros, grab some tapas snacks, see […]

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