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  • Learn Premiere Elements 10 as an entry into video editing

    Learn Premiere Elements 10 as an entry into video editing

    Tweet I have been asked by several non pros about Elements 10. When Lynda.com asked me to do a course it was a perfect opportunity to shed some light on Adobe’s entry level editor. While I say “entry level” there are many great features and workflows that really can get you editing fast even if you have never edited before. Adobe really made a fun and efficient program for those wanting to get editing fast. If you have always wanted […]

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  • Premiere Pro CS5 is Ultra amazing for keying!

    Premiere Pro CS5 is Ultra amazing for keying!

    Tweet One of the amazing features in Premiere Pro CS 5 is the Ultra Keyer video effect. Have a hard to key greenscreen shot? Not a problem. I put together this tutorial to show you how! Enjoy!

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  • PluralEyes makes multicam editing as easy as 1, 2, 3!

    PluralEyes makes multicam editing as easy as 1, 2, 3!

    Tweet The process of post-production can be hard and time consuming, especially when you have multiple cameras from the same shoot. In order to edited between the different angles you must sync their audio files together and set them up into a multi-cam editing sequence. Many people don’t even attempt to use the feature, and they end up using an even more complicated process to get the job done. Even if you know how to use the multi-cam Final Cut […]

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  • Davinci for under $1k! WOW!

    Tweet I have been in the film business for years and always when it came time to do color correction we wanted to afford doing it on the Davinci. Not only was it ultra expensive to hire an artist who was capable of using one, but the device itself was extremely expensive. When Blackmagic Design bought the company last year I knew CEO Grant Petty had something up his sleeve. Never in my wildest dreams did I think it would […]

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  • VIMEO LAUNCHES ADVANCED STATISTICS FOR PLUS MEMBERS

    VIMEO LAUNCHES ADVANCED STATISTICS FOR PLUS MEMBERS

    Tweet Site Provides In-Depth Analysis of Users’ Videos Including Embed Data, Daily Volume & Geography NEW YORK, March 2, 2010 – Vimeo®, an operating business of IAC [NASDAQ: IACI], launched its new Advanced Statistics feature today, which provides Vimeo Plus members with detailed information on the playback of their videos. Plus members can now see video analytics broken down by date range, geography, and embed location.

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  • Review and collaborate on your own time with Fuze Movie

    Review and collaborate on your own time with Fuze Movie

    Tweet As we keep moving forward technologies come and go but one thing is certain: filmmakers need to collaborate. This is especially true in the post production process. I know this firsthand. On my last film I would send MOV file to my executive producer and call him up to go over the cut. It was painstaking about this was we had to basically say go at the same time and try and be synced as we watched the cut […]

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  • Fuze Box Delivers Real Time Collaborative Review and Approval Solution to Content Creation, Post Production Markets with the Launch of Fuze Movie

    Fuze Box Delivers Real Time Collaborative Review and Approval Solution to Content Creation, Post Production Markets with the Launch of Fuze Movie

    Tweet Fuze Movie Solves Challenges of Remote, Distributed Review and Approval Workflow with Collaborative, Synchronized Shared Media Experience SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 19, 2010) – Fuze Box (www.fuzebox.com) today announced it is entering the content creation and post production marketplace with the launch of Fuze Movie.  Fuze Movie is a real-time collaborative media review and approval solution created specifically for editors, VFX artists and digital media designers faced with the challenges of collaborating with numerous remote, and often widely distributed […]

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  • Sony Vegas 9 Video Tutorials

    Sony Vegas 9 Video Tutorials

    Tweet I have to say, I have neglected my first non linear editing program ,Sony Vegas, lately. I remember cutting my first video content on it. It was a music video I did for a very indie rock band! The program was extremely easy to learn and they have made alot of improvement and added tons of new features since then. I decided to poke around the web for some great video tutorials to get you up to speed! Video […]

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  • The Foundry Does It Again! (Part Two)

    The Foundry Does It Again! (Part Two)

    Tweet If you do not have the time to read this entire review, then here are the vital statistics: Product Name: FurnaceCore Product Manufacturer: The Foundry Product Type: motion-picture repair, improvement, and time-adjustment plug-in for Final Cut Pro Price: 500 United States Of America Dollars Is It Worth The Price? Definitely. It would still be worth the price if it cost 7,000 USD (which would be 1,000 USD per function). Available From: www.thefoundry.co.uk Rating: 5 Stars!

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