Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.1 overnight. I’ve had the privilege of working with this version for a while now, and here’s what I’ve found about the new features.
The final post in my series rising out of a recent Digital Production BuZZ segment with Larry Jordan and Michael Horton.
Inside Insight: Anchorman: How To Survive Longer In The Entertainment Industry By Making Good Choices by Jessica Sitomer
One of the things I want you to get focused on in 2014 is how easy it is to build relationships that turn into JOBS by using social media.
Acclaimed Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron has tackled a lot of different projects.
As you probably know, I’m a regular contributor to Larry Jordan’s Digital Production BuZZ talking about a variety of topics from technical to esoteric.
Based in Calcutta, India, filmmaker Riingo has made 11 feature films, all shot on Panasonic cameras.
Clint Eastwood, as Walt Kowalski is a grumpy Korean war veteran, filled with prejudice. He can’t get along with his kids, and he certainly doesn’t get along with his Hmong neighbors.
Inside Insight: In Depth: Keying: Introduction & Frequently Asked Questions About Shooting Greenscreen by Michele Yamazaki
Keying is part technical skill, part patience, and part sorcery. This series will take you through different areas of keying, not so much to teach you step by step, but to talk about some of the problems you’ll run into and how to fix them.
This article is for motion graphics, vfx, and 3D artists and also video editors. We’re keeping track of issues you might have with your software and with information on how to fix problems.
Posting episodic television is a complex process. From on-set color and data management to the creative cut and final color correction, workflows must run smoothly and seamlessly. Editors, colorists and DPs share with Post their unique perspectives on how TV series get from the camera to the viewing platform of choice for today’s audiences.