Post & VFX

An announcement that SGO has integrated AJA KONA cards into its highest of high end systems gives a brief glimpse into the sort of hardware needed to work in 8K in realtime.
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Development of HitFilm Pro has been continuing apace, and the latest update could signal a transformation into a much more major NLE player.
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RedShark Replay: With interest in all things editing at a high on the RedShark site, here's another chance to read Peter Hass' excellent article on the art of editing. 
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If Blender's quirky and standards-resistant user interface has been putting you off from working with it, it's time to take another look.
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10 Feb 2019

Five top tips for colorists

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RedShark Replay: Grading is one of those skills that is incredibly difficult to master. So this seemed an opportune time to repeat the piece where Warren Eagles shares five top tips shedding light on the dark art of color grading and the life of a colorist. 
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FXhome's intuitive non-destructive image editor and compositor has just received a big update, and could be a great alternative to traditional software.
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Red Giant's versatile effects package just received a big update.
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Have we finally reached a point where the cliched reputation of CGI overuse can be put to bed?
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The Linny LUT by TheBrim is certainly the priciest LUT we've seen. But what's the science behind it, and can a LUT really emulate the way a photochemical process works?
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Two of the leading lights in the Californian post production community, Atlas Digital and Runway, have formed an alliance to produce a new super-facility. Is this the sort of move needed to compete nowadays?
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16 Dec 2018

The art of Colour Rendering

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RedShark Replay: Human beings come in a variety of exciting colours. Rendering those colours in a pleasing way has been a goal of photography since before photography actually had colours, but it's always going to be an incredibly subjective issue
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