Steve Cohen, A.C.E, one of the Hollywood pioneers in ushering in the digital age, talks to Hollywood Reinvented about the evolution of non-linear editing.
Normally if you think Martini, and work in Film or TV, in the words of 007 you'll want it shaken and not stirred. Well this cool app helps you shake the gap between what has and hasn't been shot and stirs up your FCP timeline.
Canon Japan are celebrating the Canon Expo 2010 at Shinagawa by displaying the entire Canon family of products, especially their cameras. Thanks to our friends at Akihabara News for discovering the first design concepts and body for the first Canon 7D.
Recently Apple's CEO Steve Jobs detailed some new attributes coming with OS X Lion. What Jobs didn't reveal was "scrollable menus and toolbars" which Patently Apple discovered, came to light in a new European patent filing.
Update: ''1-6_Right-Project'' - the project name was from the FCP6 demo material we're informed by reliable source.
We won't ruin the fun, but shouldn't all tutorials be as dangerous?
All we can say is "Ouch"
A tutorial from Final Cut King showing one method of getting that face blur used by reality shows and news broadcasts.
3D is the big growth area in the post-production world, and Senior Applications Editor at Key Code Media, Michael Kammes has done an excellent job of giving us the pros and cons of the top two editing platforms in the pro market.
After comparing and contrasting across six different criteria: cost, quality, workflow, speed, flexibility and location it seems that Final Cut Pro is tipping the scales as weapon of choice for the 3D world.
Discussing the points in Michael's article: Presenting 3D in Avid & FCP Workflows at the Createasphere 3D Workshop: Burbank, Ca. November 2010
The internet glowed red hot on tuesday when Sony announced their new camera to rival the Panasonic, RED and the good old 5D. Much more info after the break including links to official web chats & bloggers comments.
This video, from San Francisco based Soviet Montage, highlights several clips made using their new High Dynamic Range (HDR) process.