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Nearly a year after it announced that it had bought the eyeon Fusion compositing system at IBC2014, Blackmagic has released the first public beta of the latest version, Fusion 8.
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A just-announced video stabilisation plug-in might be just what you need to steady shaky GoPro footage. And you can try it for free.
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Daniel G. Roberts talks to VFX artist and indie film director David Guivant, a man whose stunning low budget works have propelled him from his native New Caledonia to the verge of some seriously big things.
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Jonny Elwyn urges editors to stop fixating on plug-ins and use more of that time and energy on building better stories.
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Phil Rhodes explores the appetite for retro by profiling some common film and video damage from the 'bad old days' that modern editors frequently use as a deliberate effect.
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With some interesting recent developments in the way images are post produced, the Fraunhofer Institute's work on lightfield arrays is almost ready to leave the drawing board.
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Eric Escobar breaks down how you can turn a first generation Mac Pro and a collection of parts into a fully-fledged grading and finishing workstation for a mere $500.
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Free iconic colour looks and tutorials are available from SmallHD.
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Here's a movie teaser trailer that does exactly what it's supposed to do: makes you want to see the film.
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Four years after Apple pulled the plug, Final Cut Pro 7 still plays an important role in the industry. But, with rumours that it will not run on the forthcoming El Capitan OS growing, how long can editors keep relying on it? By Andrew Johnstone.
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Eric Escobar looks at some of the new automatic colour grading tools in Resolve 12 that promise to usher in a whole new world of ‘editor-friendly’ grading...whether editors like it or not.
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