Post & VFX

Adobe has announced a significant update to the Creative Cloud suite. And rather than announcing updates which would then deliver later in the spring following NAB, these product updates are available immediately.
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You just shot your latest project in 4K. Now you need to edit it. That is, of course, where the fun really begins. But there is a solution to all the problems that may crop up. First of all though, let’s break down some of the requirements for your project: - You have some stock HD footage you want to…
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FilmLight is looking to grow its user base with a new free edition which is at turns more curated and more involved than its rivals. By Matt Gregory
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RedShark Review: Noise is a problem, especially with small-sensor cameras. VideoDenoise is a new $49 noise reduction plug-in for Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro from CrumplePop that claims to beat noise efficiently, using a simple interface. Erik Vlietinck tested it out alongside Red Giant’s Denoiser III and the older Photon Pro plug-in.
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One of the interesting stories we uncovered while wandering around CABSAT with a video camera was that the Dubai Tourist Board had just signed a deal to buy a fairly major Editshare system via local reseller UBMS.
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Phil Rhodes explains how to create smoke and other mist effects using real world devices in part three of his series on physical effects.
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RedShark Review: Brett Danton tried out the new Blackmagic Davinci Resolve grading panels and, within five minutes, was wondering how he had ever lived without them. This does for Resolve what the Wacom tablet did for Photoshop.
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Two years after its initial release, v2.0 of the cloud-based video sharing and collaboration platform Frame.io adds over 100 new features and improvements to the mix.
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Enter now and you could win $5,000 worth of filmmaking goodies!
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Lightworks v 14.0 boasts a new UI, integrated premium audio and video content, and also looks to be aggressively pursuing the new breed of online content creators.
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Everything about 8K is big: screens, file sizes, data rates. All of these are typically four times bigger than 4K and sixteen times bigger than HD. This does almost literally mean that working with 8K can be sixteen times harder than working with HD. At the very least, you’re going to need a very powerful workstation with a very serious…
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