Pro Video Coalition

A Better, Smarter Way to Approach Your Workflow and Archive

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | February, 27, 2015

A key element around our continued exploration of what asset management means for companies of all sizes is the way in which assets are created, organized and stored. A single image can be reused

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Day 27 #28daysofquicktips - Use Un-sync Locked Tracks for Easier Music Revisions

By Scott Simmons | February, 27, 2015

This reader Quicktip is a very nice Avid Media Composer tip from editor Austin Flack that will come in handy if you have to edit a lot of music beds and

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Studio Binder - Call Sheets Simplified

By Dan Carr | February, 26, 2015


Studio Binder is a new cloud-based production tool that's looking to simplify the call time process for cast and crew.  The service lets you store projects and cast/crew

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The Evolution of Film Editing

By Meagan Keane | February, 26, 2015

Originally posted to the Adobe Conversations Blog by Bill Roberts, Senior Director of Product

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Blackmagic URSA PL Review

By Brian Hallett | February, 25, 2015

When one first sees this camera they see nothing but that big screen. I get it.  It's really hard to miss it. The funny thing... that big obvious screen that many joked about when they

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Blackmagic URSA Used On Television Mini Series “Gallipoli”

By Brian Hallett | February, 25, 2015

"Gallipoli" is one of Australia's most anticipated television series inspired by the book "Gallipoli" by Les Carlyon.  The series follows the lives of World War I solders from the

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How to Navigate the Film Festival Marketplace

By Jeremy Osbern | February, 25, 2015

This year I was fortunate enough to have a film I shot and co-directed premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival as part of the Digital Bolex Fearless Filmmaking Showcase. Last year, I

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From Kubrick to Anderson: One-Point Perspective

By Jose Antunes | February, 25, 2015

The recent film "The Great Budapest Hotel" is an example of symmetry in the work of Wes Anderson, a signature similar to the one in Stanley Kubrick's films.


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David Levy explores new worlds with “PLUG”

By Meagan Keane | February, 25, 2015

David Levy is an acclaimed art director and concept artist to the videogame and film industry. His credits include Avatar 2, Tron: Legacy, Ender’s Game, Prometheus, and Tomorrowland. He has

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Understanding & using the breakthrough XAVC Long GOP códec/file format

By Allan Tépper | February, 25, 2015

Back in 2012, Sony deployed the first version of XAVC, one that can offer color depths of 8-bit, 10-bit, and 12-bit and chroma subsampling of 4:2:0, 4:2:2, or 4:4:4. That first version is

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