RedShark Replay: With interest in all things editing at a high on the RedShark site as we enter into the summer months, here's another chance to read Peter Hass' excellent article on the art of editing. 

May you live in interesting times

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It doesn't matter which direction you look - Technology is changing the way we have to think about our work. Oliver Peters explains

As promised by Editshare, Lightworks for Linux is now available for download as a public Beta test

Lightworks 12 for Mac, Linux and Windows is released

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 Today, Lightworks is released for Mac users. Yes, the same application that already runs on Windows and Linux is now a fully-fledged Mac program that can be - and is - used to edit feature films.

How to Edit - Part 2: Ingest & Assemble

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RedShark Replay: Part two of our comprehensive guide to editing looks at bringing your material into the NLE (first published November 2014).

 It's a big day for the Lightworks team today because they're releasing a big new upgrade. Even though it's a "point" release, there's a lot of important stuff in there, so let's dive straight in

Lightworks for OS X to be revealed at NAB

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Editshare has come right out and said it: they're going to be showing Lightworks for OS X at NAB in April. As excitement builds around the imminent public Beta release of the Linux version, a public showing of Lightworks for the Mac platform will be a major event in the timeline of NLE history, because it will be the first time that a significant NLE has been shown to work on the three major platforms in use today

Asus prepares to bundle Leap Motion controller in a sensational boost for motion control user interfaces. This really could be the future of video editing

New video showing important new functionality in Lightworks for Windows 11.1

A short history of editing

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Editing has been around in one form or another for over 100 years now, and non-linear editing for over 20 years, but where do we stand at the moment and where are we going?

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