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Does that Preferred Video Editing Software survey really mean anything?

By Scott Simmons | November, 05, 2014

I let myself get sucked into a click-bait blog article the other day and it got me thinking about what I had done. It was click bait for a number of reasons but the actual content of the

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How the “Gone Girl” post-production team helped us deliver better features in Premiere Pro CC

By Al Mooney | November, 05, 2014

I’ve been the product manager for Adobe Premiere Pro for four years and have never been more excited to work with our product teams and customers as I am now. Most of you know by now that Premiere

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Video Bookmarks Give Creators a New Way to Highlight Relevant Info for Their Audiences

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | November, 05, 2014

While saying that television shows and football games are just what you see between commercials might be oversimplifying how the broadcast model works, it doesn’t change the fact

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ProDAD Respeedr

By Bruce A Johnson | November, 04, 2014

ProDAD is a company that really, really aims to please.  Over the last few years they have come out with software that addressed the realms of transitions (Vitascene), video

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Mastering the Keyboard in Final Cut Pro X

By Mark Spencer | November, 04, 2014

Can you edit without a mouse or trackpad?

That's the challenge our guest Sam Mestman tackles this week with 0 Comments | Read More

SMPTE Time Code - Virtually Unchanged After Almost 50 Years

By Richard Wirth | November, 03, 2014

The more things change, the more they stay the same.  So goes the old proverb.

SMPTE Time Code is like that.  While the entire production and post world around it has changed

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Automating Your Creative Business

By Dan Carr | October, 31, 2014

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PVC at AES 2014 - Details About the New Upgrades to Ozone from iZotope

By Woody Woodhall | October, 31, 2014

iZotope was previewing their updated version of Ozone at AES 2014 in Los Angeles and I had a chance to

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Wringing the Life Out of an Old Mac Pro Tower

By Scott Simmons | October, 30, 2014

There’s a whole lot of us who still have a big, old aluminum Mac Pro tower sitting around doing a lot of work. We haven’t moved to 5K iMacs, Macbook Pros (or PCs) just yet. We also

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First look: Sony PXW-X70 10-bit/4:2:2 handheld camcorder

By Allan Tépper | October, 30, 2014

I am quite intrigued with Sony’s new under US$2600 PXW-X70 camcorder. It has been a while since I used that term, but there is a good reason, since the “—corder” part

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