From the Field to Final Cut

From the Field to Final Cut 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEk0Rd3Dtrk&feature=push-u-sub&attr_tag=Cy98r_xTbMP695tH-6 This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training explains how he uses his iPad Pro to start editing in the field, then back in the edit suite easily moves his project to Final Cut Pro X in order to continue working. New in version 10.4 of Final Cut Pro is the ability […]

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Canon: six new REALiS LCOS projectors

Canon: six new REALiS LCOS projectors and lenses

Designed to cover everything from small conference rooms to large lecture halls, the six new REALiS LCOS projectors arrive with six interchangeable Genuine Canon lenses designed to minimize brightness loss. Canon continues to expand its line of projectors with the six new models now announced, which join the REALiS LCOS projector lineup. The REALiS WUX5800Z, […]

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Filmmaker Friday Featuring Filmmaker Brian Aichlmayr 

Filmmaker Friday Featuring Filmmaker Brian Aichlmayr  2

With hundreds of careers and opportunities, the filmmaking industry can be a unique experience for a filmmaker. Filmtools decided to take a deeper look into the world of a filmmaker. This week, we had the opportunity to speak to filmmaker Brian Aichlmayr about his work. This is what he said: What is your name and where are […]

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Day 2 #28daysofquicktips 2018 – Mark IN for Match Frame in Premiere

Adobe Premiere Pro match frame

For a few of our tips this month we’re going to look at some newly added features in recent NLE updates that provide some new functionality. We’ll start with Adobe Premiere Pro. I welcome non-linear editing applications adding features they steal borrow from their competitors. A recent addition to Adobe Premiere Pro is simple but nice if […]

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