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Behind the Workflow and Post-Production Process of Gone Girl

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | October, 15, 2014

David Fincher’s latest feature film, Gone Girl, was shot in 6K and reviewed in a full 4K pipeline. It’s the first feature film to be cut on Adobe Premiere and needed to employ

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PVC at AES 2014 - The Amazing Nucleus Board from Solid State Logic

By Woody Woodhall | October, 15, 2014

In a world filled with computers replacing the desk and shelf space of mixing consoles and recorders, there have been a number of solutions over the years to address the tactile connection to

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Biscardi Creative Media combines experience, storytelling, and heart

By Meagan Keane | October, 15, 2014

Walter Biscardi Jr. has worked with nearly every NLE during his long and successful career. He started editing in 1990 at CNN and was one of the network’s first Avid editors. In 1995, he

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Ask an Expert: How to Market Yourself, Applying a LUT and Using the Angle Editor in FCPX

By The ProVideo Coalition | October, 14, 2014

In our October 2014 Mailbag, readers asked questions about editing clips from different angles, the best approach to LUTs,

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Blackmagic Studio Camera Review

By Brian Hallett | October, 14, 2014

The Blackmagic Studio camera is a niche camera with a dominating monitor and its Super 16mm sized sensor.  This camera is definitely meant for the world of multicam operations or live

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First Look: Hands-on with the GoPro HERO4 Black

By Jeff Foster | October, 14, 2014

Since the announcement of the flagship camera in GoPro's new HERO4 lineup, I get to give the HERO4 Black a test with several devices and gimbals to see how it compares to the HERO3+ and share my

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Interactive Title Design in Final Cut Pro X

By Mark Spencer | October, 14, 2014

Did you know you can do interactive, realtime title design directly inside Final Cut Pro X?

This is the subject we tackle in this week's edition of MacBreak Studio. While

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I Need You but Can’t Pay You: 4 Things to Remember When Asking for Free Work

By Bobby Marko | October, 14, 2014

We've all been there! The all too familiar passion projects - ie: short films, documentaries, even feature films. When we create these projects we know in order to pull them off, we have to

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PVC at AES 2014 - Exciting New Products from Lectrosonics

By Woody Woodhall | October, 13, 2014

The Audio Engineering Society (AES) had their 137th International Convention this past week in Los Angeles and I had the opportunity to speak

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Why We Need Color Correction

By Terence Curren | October, 13, 2014

The tools of our trade have been commoditized. Everyone can perform the job of seasoned video and film professionals, right? If you answered no, do you think the average consumer can

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