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Daily Archives: May 11, 2011

Newton: a 2D physics engine for After Effects

Newton: a 2D physics engine for After Effects

Motion Boutique has announced the upcoming release of Newton, the first physics engine for After Effects: Newton interprets each 2D layer as a rigid object in a real environment. Once…

Leveraging Intangible Assets Using Semantic Technologies

Exposing $4.7 Trillion Annually in Undervalued Information     Something strange began to happen with company valuations beginning twenty to thirty years ago. Book values increasingly began to diverge…

NAB 2011: Marshall Electronics Debuts HDMI Loop Through Monitors

Bernie Keach gave us the low down on Marshall’s new monitor lineup with some pretty exciting features. Their new line includes a 5.6, 7 and 9 inch…

NVIDIA’s Quadro 4000 for Mac, more affordable speed for the right application

NVIDIA’s Quadro 4000 for Mac, more affordable speed for the right application

It’s been several months since NVIDIA released their newest graphics card for the Macintosh. The Quadro 4000 for Mac uses their newest GPU architecture called Fermi. This card…

After Effects Apprentice Free Video: Track Matte Render Order Tips

After Effects Apprentice Free Video: Track Matte Render Order Tips

As we mentioned earlier, we're creating a video training series based on our popular beginner's book After Effects Apprentice, which progresses from “I haven&#39…

Moving After Effects plug-ins to CS5.5

Todd Kopriva explains why You do not need new versions of plug-ins for After Effects CS5.5, with background and instructions for avoiding use of installers for both Mac…

Use gels on your flash for special effects.

Use gels on your flash for special effects.

I like to follow this principle. “The more skills you have, the better your chances for success.” I used to use this principle as a climbing instructor when…

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