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Devin Super Tramp achieves extreme YouTube success

Devin Super Tramp achieves extreme YouTube success

Brilliant emerging filmmaker uses Adobe Creative Cloud to edit weekly videos for popular online channel

By Meagan Keane | March 25, 2014

Extreme sports videos are a hit on YouTube, but few think about the behind the scenes work that it takes to capture these daring events on film and share them with the world. Devin Graham, aka Devin Super Tramp on YouTube, knows firsthand. To stay one step ahead of extreme sports enthusiasts,... Read More

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Getting Started with Motion

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | March 25, 2014

Is it time to learn Motion?

Motion is one of the companion applications to Final Cut Pro X (the other is Compressor). You use it to create motion graphics and visual effects, like animated title sequences, green screen composites, tracking shots, particle effects, and much... Read More

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Do I Have to Open the Library?

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | March 19, 2014

Archiving your completed Final Cut Pro X project and the associated media has become much easier in version 10.1. If you are working with managed media - meaning all your media is contained within the library - you can simply drag the library in the Finder to your archive volume. If... Read More

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ScreenLight Review and Approval For Video Pros Comes to PVC

ScreenLight Review and Approval For Video Pros Comes to PVC

By Chris Potter | March 18, 2014

Think back to the last project where you shared media for a production with your team, clients, or other stakeholders. If you are like most people, it was probably a pretty fragmented process.

Project media tends to get distributed among a wide variety of different tools. Scripts,... Read More

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Why Use Camera Archives in Final Cut Pro X?

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | March 11, 2014

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Why would you want to use a Camera Archive to import your video clips?

This week on MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer talks with Steve Martin from Ripple Training about Camera Archives. When transferring footage from a camera's card, you can of course simply drag the... Read More

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G-Tech White Paper: Lucas Gilman: How a Pro Manages Storage Workflow

By videoguys.com | March 10, 2014

There’s only one thing Lucas Gilman dreamed of becoming more than a world-renowned extreme sports photographer and filmmaker: He wanted to be a father. In recent years, he’s become both, but balancing the two remains his biggest challenge yet. Gilman logs more than 200 days each... Read More

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Filmmaker follows up Sundance debut with showing at SXSW 2014

Filmmaker follows up Sundance debut with showing at SXSW 2014

Adobe After Effects and Photoshop help filmmaker represent analog content in digital format

By Michelle Gallina | March 08, 2014

Jeffrey Radice came into filmmaking in a non-traditional way. He was working in I.T. and making a decent income when friends asked him to fund their moviemaking efforts. After producing two consecutive short films at the Sundance Film Festival, he decided to jump in and try his hand at... Read More

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Film and music converge on and off screen at SXSW 2014

Film and music converge on and off screen at SXSW 2014

Documentary on Stones Throw Records showing in Austin ahead of theatrical release

By Meagan Keane | March 07, 2014

Since 2009, Rob Bralver and Jeff Broadway of Gatling Pictures have worked together on documentary films that tell stories of social importance. Their latest project, OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON (THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS), explores the history of Stones Throw Records, a record label committed to... Read More

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Second film by Joel Potrykus premieres at SXSW 2014

Second film by Joel Potrykus premieres at SXSW 2014

Feature film "Buzzard" edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

By Meagan Keane | March 06, 2014

Premiering at SXSW 2014, Joel Potrykus’ film Buzzard purposely doesn’t fit a particular genre. A follow on to his first film, Ape, the movie tracks a deadbeat check scammer through Detroit and is chock full of 1980s references—chugging Mountain Dew, Nintendo jokes, and heavy... Read More

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PVC meet EditStock, EditStock meet PVC

PVC meet EditStock, EditStock meet PVC

By Misha Tenenbaum | March 05, 2014

Hello ProVideo Coalition! I’m looking forward to regularly contributing to this community. My name is Misha, I’m an assistant editor, and editor, who lives in LA.  I’ve worked 4,700 hours of Editor’s Guild work over the last three years on films and television shows... Read More

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Documentary on dam removal enjoys SXSW 2014 premiere

Documentary on dam removal enjoys SXSW 2014 premiere

Adobe Premiere Pro workflow enables filmmakers to edit 90 minute film in REDCODE raw

By Meagan Keane | March 05, 2014

Directors Travis Rummel and Ben Knight have been making films together for 10 years. After starting out as still photographers with no real working knowledge of how to make films, they were inspired to try theirs hands at filmmaking by the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival. Their first short film... Read More

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“The Immortalists” selected for Documentary Feature Competition at SXSW 2014

“The Immortalists” selected for Documentary Feature Competition at SXSW 2014

Independent filmmakers create character-driven documentary about the pursuit of eternal youth

By Meagan Keane | March 04, 2014

Co-directors Jason Sussberg and David Alvarado met in Stanford University’s Documentary Film and Video program. They worked on a few projects together and soon realized that they shared an interest in science and technology. After graduating with MFA degrees, they came together to make... Read More

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Videoguys’ 2014 Updated Guide on Thunderbolt & Thunderbolt version 2

By videoguys.com | March 04, 2014

Videoguys.com just posted an update with all the latest Thunderbolt news, products and developments. This guide also includes The Videoguys' recommended configurations for a new a new iMac, Mac Pro or HP zWorkstation now with Thunderbolt.

Thunderbolt was the new, high-speed,... Read More

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Bring on the Backups in Final Cut Pro X

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | March 04, 2014

How does Final Cut Pro X back up your work?

On this week's episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training takes us through the what, why, when, where, and how of backups in Final Cut Pro X.

Final Cut backups are enabled by default and they back up... Read More

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SXSW 2014 marks North American premiere of “Evaporating Borders”

SXSW 2014 marks North American premiere of “Evaporating Borders”

Documentary edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC presents visual essay on immigration and identity

By Meagan Keane | March 03, 2014

Named one of 25 New Faces of Independent Film of 2013 by Filmmaker Magazine, Iva Radivojevic is set to premiere her first documentary feature at SXSW 2014. Radivojevic was born in Yugoslavia and moved to Cyprus with her family to escape the war. When she was 18, she came to the United States... Read More

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Audition Tips in Final Cut Pro X

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | February 25, 2014

How do you use Auditions in Final Cut Pro X?

This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows us some novel and practical ways to use auditions that you may not have considered.

Auditions are kind of like single "multiclips" that obviate the need... Read More

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Videoguys’ Recommends that Now is the time for Final Cut Editors to Get Started with Avid Media Comp

By videoguys.com | February 25, 2014

Are you still editing on FCP7? Are you still wasting hours upon hours logging & transferring or MPEG Stream clipping your file based HD footage into HD before you can even start editing? Still making due with clunky work-arounds that allow you to struggle through your projects, without any... Read More

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Don’t fast forward

Television commercial editor delivers stunning spots using Adobe Creative Cloud workflow

By Meagan Keane | February 21, 2014

Our friend Adam Pertofsky at Rock Paper Scissors has been busy these last few months. Since we last talked with him, he’s completed the third part of the Captain Morgan series of commercials and cut three additional spots, one of which aired during the Super Bowl. We took a few minutes to... Read More

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Hearst Television covers the Winter Games

Hearst Television covers the Winter Games

Remote team uses laptops equipped with Adobe Premiere Pro to edit and package athlete stories

By Meagan Keane | February 20, 2014

Since the beginning of the Winter Games, Hearst Television has been on site in Sochi delivering general coverage, as well as profiles of individual Team USA athletes. Hearst relies on a tapeless workflow and reporters in the newsroom and out in the field use Adobe Premiere Pro CC, part of Adobe... Read More

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Graham Elliott puts creativity in motion

Graham Elliott puts creativity in motion

Fearless filmmaker and innovator explores the world of creativity with help from Adobe Creative Cloud

By Meagan Keane | February 19, 2014

Growing up, Graham Elliott desperately wanted to become a pilot and devoted himself to learning about flight. At 17 he received a scholarship to the RAF in London and within a week he was flying solo. Although Elliott ultimately decided he didn’t want to be in the Air Force, he took away... Read More

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