Daily Archives: February 18, 2016

All audio production & distribution should go 48 kHz. Learn why.

All audio production & distribution should go 48 kHz. Learn why.

Hello to our friends at the software development teams at ACX, Apple (GarageBand team), Audible, Bossjock, Spreaker and Wooji Juice. I am about to suggest something quite simple —that you…

The Secret Art of White Balancing

The Secret Art of White Balancing

In days of old, white balancing was easy. Now, like everything else, it’s gotten a lot more complex. Here’s why, with instructions to make it simple…

Canon EOS 80D: a video-centric DSLR

Canon EOS 80D: a video-centric DSLR

The new Canon EOS 80D DSLR from Canon continues to use Dual Pixel AF, now faster and more reliable than the one present on the EOS 70D. But to look…

Easy Split-Screens in Final Cut Pro X

Easy Split-Screens in Final Cut Pro X

This week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training some options for reframing video clips in Final Cut Pro X. While you can reframe native resolution clips…

New My Cloud EX2 Ultra offers up to 12TB

New My Cloud EX2 Ultra offers up to 12TB

Available in various options, from unpopulated to 12 TB capacities, the new My Cloud EX2 Ultra has been upgraded with a powerful 1.3 GHz dual-core processor enabling users…

Full Frame Pentax with Full HD video

Full Frame Pentax with Full HD video

The Pentax K-1 offers a lot of new things, some very particular to the Pentax – and Ricoh now – philosophy, and is a welcome addition to the full frame…

Review: Red Giant PluralEyes 4

Review: Red Giant PluralEyes 4

Those of us who have been around the film and video post-production biz for awhile will remember a day before all of the major NLEs had waveform audio syncing…