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Established in 1919, Moviola created the very first film editing machine. Changing with the times, we now offer a full service non-linear editing rental division with 24/7 workflow design and technical support, camera rentals, tape and solid state media sales. Our established training division offers leading edge onsite and online training for filmmakers, with weekly live webinars and a vast library of professional on demand training.

Term of the week: Anaglyph

Term of the week: Anaglyph

Even though we’ve moved on to VR headsets, anaglyphs still have great value in the world of 3D. Find out more in this week’s visual glossary term from…

Term of the week: Chiaroscuro

Term of the week: Chiaroscuro

Not a mythical Mexican Big Foot, nor a fancy Italian coffee drink. Find out the meaning in this week’s free visual glossary term from moviola.com. [magento-connection sku…

Term of the week: Fast Glass

Term of the week: Fast Glass

Fast glass is a term that might throw you if you’re new to cameras. Find out what it means in this week’s free visual glossary term from moviola…

Term of the Week: MOS

Term of the Week: MOS

You see it on just about every clapboard ever made. But what does it stand for? Find out in this week’s free visual glossary term from moviola.com. [magento…

Free moviola.com course for August: Camera Support

Free moviola.com course for August: Camera Support

Camera Support is possibly more important these days than the camera you’re shooting with. Anyone with a little room left on their credit card these days can pick…

Term of the week: Chroma key

Term of the week: Chroma key

It might surprise you to know that greenscreen keying is not chroma keying. Find out what chroma keying refers to in this week’s term. Click here to watch this…

Term of the week: Golden triangles method

Term of the week: Golden triangles method

The rule of thirds isn’t the only kid on the block. Discover how to compose using triangles. Click here to watch this week’s visual glossary term from moviola…

Term of the week: Moire pattern

Term of the week: Moire pattern

Watch this important definition before dressing your talent for the shoot. Click here to watch this week’s visual glossary term from moviola.com. [magento-connection sku=”52229&#8243…

Term of the week: Squib

Term of the week: Squib

Not a squid nor a Houdini Squab, the squib is essential for dying well on film. Click here to watch this week’s visual glossary term from moviola.com. [magento…

Free moviola.com course for July: Writing dialogue

Free moviola.com course for July: Writing dialogue

Movie and TV characters don’t talk like us; they’re much more interesting. Our conversations are filled with gems like, “Did you see that thing last…