Post & VFX

A detailed look at the Color Finale FCPX color grading plug-in, which supports the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Video chart for a more consistent grade.
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Grading specialist Filmlight’s latest Baselight 5.0 release takes a radical new approach to one of the long-established grading fundamentals.
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Two new technologies for delivering realistic and real-time facial capture, retargeting and rendering are at once game-changing and a little frightening.
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In a recently released VFX breakdown, we see what's behind the digital rebirth of young Arnold Schwarzenegger as the T-800 Terminator.
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22 Mar 2016

Pixar readies RenderMan 21

by Published in Post & VFX
Pixar’s RenderMan team continues to build on the foundations of its revitalised industry standard renderer, with version 21 now in beta.
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The new JMR “Lightning” LTNG-XQ Tower series is the ideal choice for Apple Mac Pro users having only Thunderbolt expansion available, but who want to connect to PCIe peripherals widely used in the digital video, digital cinema, corporate video and production/post production industries.
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Replay: Phil Rhodes provides everything you always wanted to know about LUTs...
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Pond5, an up-and-coming media asset community and marketplace, employs proprietary algorithms to analyze images and footage for better tagging and search results.
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Software for generating realtime content looks set to be a bit of a theme this year, and The Foundry’s MODO 10 Series plans to deliver new featuresets in a series of three instalments for a single price. RedShark's Steve Stoltz reports.
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Pioneering bullet time company Timeslice introduces ‘4D’ 360 degree video scanning, with a little help from 53 GoPro cameras.
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So the 88th Academy Awards Ceremony has come and gone with a few surprises and non-surprises, but the kudos heaped upon Mad Max: Fury Road for its in-camera vfx is reminiscent of that bestowed on the winner of the first ever Best Picture, 1927's WWI drama Wings. By Joe Foster.
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