With the publishing of Jack Nicas and Andy Pasztor's speculative and interpretive article in the Wall Street Journal in the fall of 2014, it seems every news agency, media outlet and publication has totally lost their minds in a fit of hysteria liken to Chicken Little proportions; sparking "end of days" tweets and forum discussions throughout the social mediasphere that has brought on an industry-wide panic akin to Orson Wells' War of the Worlds live broadcast radio play. Let's just stop right there and breathe for a moment - turn off the TV, put down that paper and let's look at some facts... (UPDATED 9/22/2015 with FAA News at bottom of article)
Welcome to Free Function Friday, a new series that dives further into the Adobe After Effects scripting language, ExtendScript. Each Friday morning, I will be releasing a new video tutorial explaining a different custom function that I've built and used in my own...
A Closer Look at the Lumetri Color PanelThis past spring we brought powerful new color workflows
We are pleased to announce the key features in the next release of Adobe’s pro video & audio tools.
Examining technology's impact on content management in media and entertainmentTelevision and internet production, from Shutterstock
If you’re a M&E professional, you don’t want to miss the upcoming one-day event in Hollywood
Publishing a shape from Motion to Final Cut Pro XThis week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can once again use Motion to improve on the motion graphics...
This week on MacBreak Studio
Lightworks 12.5 offers multiple 4K optionsSince the release of version 12.0.0 on Windows, Mac and Linux, the team behind the professional NLE Lightworks have been busy equipping the program with powerful new features to meet future needs. Some are only available on the Pro edition, so if...
With the Beta campaign ended, the version 12.5 of Lightworks is available for download, for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, offering multiple 4K export options.
Radio Film School uncovers origin stories and exposes filmmakers’ vulnerabilitiesOn episode #2 of Radio Film School, host Ron Dawson explores why personal stories and vulnerability are such key aspects of filmmaking by getting into what those things have meant to and for his own work. It’s a continuation of the journey he began in
Digging into some of the themes and topics of Radio Film School episode #2 with host Ron Dawson