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Apple Final Cut Pro: Browser Control (Scaled to Hub)

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Clip and Media Management

Use the find command to change clip information globally in the browser.

http://iknowhow2.com/referencepages/browsercontrol.html

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Building a Better Presentation, Step 9: Where do we go from here?

Chapter: Business

Topic: Business Presentations

In the ninth of a ten-part series of articles, presentation expert Claudyne Wilder offers helpful hints for building a better presentation. In this latest installment, Claudyne notes that after your presentation, you need to answer the question, “Where do we go from here?”

http://www.dmnforums.com/cgi-bin/viewarticle.cgi?id=14783

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Eyeon Digital Fusion: Using a Reference Frame for Color Matching in Digital Fusion

Chapter: Color Correction

Topic: Techniques

How often has a clip of footage come to you where the camera operator has not matched his white balance? It happens often enough for most of us. Using the color corrector tool, this can be quickly resolved if provided a match clip.

http://oceania.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=15338

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The Ultimate Video Deposition Skinny, Part One

Chapter: Business

Topic: Success in Market Segments

About Equipment and techniques

http://www.dvinfo.net/articles/business/tauger2.php

TAGS: witness, jury, judge, legal

Apple Final Cut Pro: X Marks the Spot (Scaled to Hub)

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Tips or Shortcuts

Did you know you might be losing frames at your cut points? Learn how The “x” key will save you both time and frames when setting in and out points in the timeline.

http://iknowhow2.com/referencepages/xmarks.html

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Apple Final Cut Pro: Widescreen RT (Scaled to Hub)

Chapter: Video and Computer Technology

Topic: Widescreen 16:9

Create a letterboxed look that previews in real time while decreasing render time by fifty percent.

http://iknowhow2.com/referencepages/widescreenrt.html

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Apple Final Cut Pro: Trim Window Amusement (Scaled to Hub)

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Trimming

Does size really matter? This tutorial will help answer that question once and for all.

http://iknowhow2.com/referencepages/trimwindow.html

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Apple Final Cut Pro: Subclip Sanity (Scaled to Hub)

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Clip and Media Management

Locate your master clips quickly and easily without destroying your subclips or your sanity.

http://iknowhow2.com/referencepages/subclipsanity.html

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Simulating a 35 mm Motion Picture Clarity Signature

Chapter: 24P Film or Video

Topic: Progressive Acquisition

Hello, and welcome to my “CineAlta” tutorial. I call it that because while most would consider this a film-look tutorial, I am actually going for the HD 24p look. To be truthful, I am one of the new technology buffs. While I will admit film does have wonderful color and a great dynamic range; it is also plagued by film grain, color smearing, and dust and scratches.

http://www.dvinfo.net/articles/filmlook/broadway1.php

TAGS: Film lighting, fill, kick, film-like,Film Look, film motion, 24P, 60i

Adobe After Effects: Creating Sunshine and Light Without Using Plug-ins

Chapter: Compositing Tools and Techniques

Topic: Lighting

In this tutorial, Ayman Abdel-Basset demonstrates how to create the effect of rays without 3rd party plug-ins by using the keying operator and dolly blur operator — creating the illusion of light using simply basic blurs in Combustion. Note: this technique can also be done in After Effects using the blur tools found there.

http://www.creativecow.net/articles/abdel-basset_ayman/rays/index.html

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