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  • NAB 2012 – Nvidia and Premiere Pro CS6 a match made in heaven.

    NAB 2012 – Nvidia and Premiere Pro CS6 a match made in heaven.

    Tweet I visited the Nvidia booth at the show and was show how using the GPU acceleration really takes Premiere Pro CS6 to another level of editing workflow speed. I am lucky enough to have a 4600 card in my macpro and can attest to all that we discuss in the video. Thanks Nvidia. No make them ever faster!

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  • NAB Show 2011 – With MAXON

    NAB Show 2011 – With MAXON

    Tweet We had a great time with our friend Paul Babb from MAXON. A lot of great things are in the pipeline for Cinema 4D.

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  • Ten Reasons to Attend NAB 2011

    Ten Reasons to Attend NAB 2011

    Tweet As a filmmaker you may be wondering why should I go to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in 2011; where is the art in that? Ponder for a minute that Vincent Van Gogh starved and cut off his ear while Picasso did not. Both were great artists, but Vincent shuttered himself away from the establishment. NAB has a lot to offer filmmakers and here are ten reasons you need to be at the NAB Show in 2011.

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  • Imagineer Systems introduces Mocha 2 @NAB

    Tweet Ross Shane of Imagineer Systems joined us on Post TV to discuss Mocha 2!

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  • The Death of DOF Adapters

    The Death of DOF Adapters

    Tweet Image by mickiky via Flickr Shallow Depth of Field For the filmmaker, HD camcorders gave us the freedom to shoot without the expense of film and development cost.   The drawback was the inability to achieve shallow depth of field.  With a fixed lens HD camcorder,  everything is in focus down to the smallest detail.  In the late 90s, filmmakers using HD video, were forced to use tricks such as lighting in layers with the subject lit the brightest.  Without […]

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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 CasparCG is cutting edge!

    Tweet I love Twitter! While at NAB I was tweeted about contacting Olle Soprani of CasparCG about a new technology for flash video and graphics. I then tweeted him. We met and recorded the following interview. Enjoy! [phpzon]Adobe Flash, NumListings, Books[/phpzon]

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  • NAB 09 Redrock Micro’s DSLR Rig is HOT!

    Tweet There is a lot on interest in shooting with DLSR’s these days. Canon’s 5D Mark II leading the pack. Our friends at Redrock Micro heard the calling and came up with yet another killer rig to shoot with. Redrock’s Brian Valente took a few minutes to walk us through the setup. This is a must have for the DSLR shooters toolbox. Enjoy. US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Hong Kong Auctions […]

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  • NAB 09 Need multiclip help in FCP? PluralEyes is there!

    Tweet One of the joys of my NAB trips is to seek out new products that have just hit the market or are in late beta. At the Plugin Pavillion this year I stopped by the Singular Software booth. I hadnt heard of them but I saw the words “multiclip” and I knew something was up. The CEO Bruce Sharpe introduced me to a great plug in called PluralEyes. Lets see what it does in this video. [phpzon]Final Cut Pro, […]

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