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Masters of Visual Effects - Online

By Chris and Trish Meyer | January, 20, 2010

Matt Silverman, Creative Director of Bonfire Labs, is a certifiable After Effects old-timer (although he also has experience

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Low-Budget PSA’s, Shot on RED, Prove that Budget is Not a Barrier to Excellence

By Art Adams | January, 20, 2010

"Dad has a barn and mom can sew--let's put on a show!" Production budgets aren't what they used to be, but that doesn't excuse sloppiness. There's almost always a way to do good work as long as your

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FreshDV Reviews the Cinevate Durus Follow Focus

By Matthew Jeppsen | January, 19, 2010

In the fall of 2007, FreshDV released an extensive review

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RED Day

By Adam Wilt | January, 18, 2010

RED Leader Jim Jannard at Ren-Mar RED Studios on Saturday.

On Saturday 16 January, RED hosted three open-house sessions in Hollywood, for CML (cinematography mailing list) members, ASC (American

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Review: FCP Versioner

By Scott Simmons | January, 16, 2010

The guys over at Digital Rebellion have recently had a steady stream of good utilities that support Final Cut Pro and the entire Final Cut Studio. One that first comes to mind is a utility

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A Tale of Forbidden Love, Shot on RED

By Art Adams | January, 15, 2010

A short schedule, minimal crew, no budget, a RED with an untried software build, and a trained dog in nearly every shot. What could go wrong?

AUTHOR'S NOTE: I've gotten some complaints from

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Videoguys Top 10 Products of 2009

By videoguys.com | January, 14, 2010

It's hard to believe another year has gone by. I think 2009 was one of the most challenging years for our industry. The troubled US economy created budget problems for videographers, video editors

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Tim Burton at MOMA; on Charlie Rose

By Chris and Trish Meyer | January, 11, 2010

Love him or scurry away from him, Tim Burton is certainly one of the most original, out-of-the-box filmmakers we have right now. MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art) in New York

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Is TAMPER the editing system of the future?

By Scott Simmons | January, 09, 2010

I found this video via a Twitter message from Tyler Ginter the other day (and that

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Using Dropbox for quick and easy client screeners

By Scott Simmons | January, 08, 2010

Dropbox is an unbelievably handy online file syncing, file sharing and backup service that performs a lot of amazing tasks at a free or affordable price. I have been a .Mac/Mobile Me user for

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