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More Than Just Software: SaaS is a Relationship

More Than Just Software: SaaS is a Relationship

As cloud technology becomes mainstream in media, the highly customized applications deployed by early adopters are increasingly being retired in favor of off-the-shelf, multi-tenant SaaS (Software as…

ART OF THE CUT – Walter Murch, ACE with clarifications on his books

ART OF THE CUT – Walter Murch, ACE with clarifications on his books

Walter Murch, ACE, has edited for more than six decades on more than 60 films and more Oscars, Emmys, Eddies and BAFTA awards than I can mention. Just go to…

Learn Scratch – Part 3 Outputting Continued and Color Managed Workflows

Learn Scratch – Part 3 Outputting Continued and Color Managed Workflows

I always find that rendering/exporting/outputting out of any application to be very hit and miss.  Obviously, the less options there are, the easier it is, however, in the…

Voices From Sundance: “Dinner in America” Editor Adam Carter Rehmeier

Voices From Sundance: “Dinner in America” Editor Adam Carter Rehmeier

Welcome to a special podcast series from Steve Hullfish and ProVideo Coalition! For the next few weeks, in addition to the regular Tuesday episodes of the Art of the Cut…

Building a photo and video editing DREAM MACHINE for 2020

Building a photo and video editing DREAM MACHINE for 2020

The 2019 DREAM MACHINE built around a mainstream Intel i9 9700K gives place, this year, to a solution from AMD, the Ryzen 9 3900X, which is not only impressive on…

After Effects & Performance. Part 8: Multiprocessing (kinda sorta)

After Effects & Performance. Part 8: Multiprocessing (kinda sorta)

When is multiprocessing not multiprocessing?  When it’s rendering multiple frames simultaneously. In part 8 we’re going to have a quick look at this feature, which was first introduced…

After Effects Classic Course: Work Faster, Not Harder

After Effects Classic Course: Work Faster, Not Harder

One of the things we loved about After Effects is that the team was constantly searching for ways to make it users more efficient. They would make studio visits and…

Loupedeck CT Review Part 2: Using the CT with Adobe Premiere Pro

Loupedeck CT Review Part 2: Using the CT with Adobe Premiere Pro

This article is part two of my Loupedeck CT review, and the focus here is on using the Loupedeck CT with Adobe Premiere Pro. If you haven’t read…

ART OF THE CUT with Joan Sobel, ACE, on editing “The Rhythm Section”

ART OF THE CUT with Joan Sobel, ACE, on editing “The Rhythm Section”

Joan Sobel, ACE worked as first assistant editor to editing legend Sally Menke on several films, including both Kill Bill films. She edited 2002’s Oscar-winning short The Accountant…

16″ Macbook Pro Video Export Performance Tests

16″ Macbook Pro Video Export Performance Tests

I recently updated a 2017 Apple MacBook Pro to the larger 2019 model. Here are my 16″ Macbook Pro video export performance tests in Premiere Pro and FCPx. While…

Voices From Sundance: “Spree” Editor Benjamin Moses Smith

Voices From Sundance: “Spree” Editor Benjamin Moses Smith

                Welcome to a special podcast series from Steve Hullfish and ProVideo Coalition! For the next few weeks, in addition to the regular…

Audio Design Desk: real-time audio to video sound editing using AI

Audio Design Desk: real-time audio to video sound editing using AI

OK, we’re all a bit tired of this AI story. But believe me, there are good things in AI, and the most recent example comes from Audio Design Desk…

Let’s Edit with Media Composer – Creating Dailies Part 3 – Adobe Media Encoder

Let’s Edit with Media Composer – Creating Dailies Part 3 – Adobe Media Encoder

Well, we’re going to round out our look at creating dailies, or as you might also call them, low res/offline files, by looking at how to create…

Pan & Scan Photos in Motion

Pan & Scan Photos in Motion

This week on MacBreak Studio, I show you how you can animate a camera to dolly and pan over a photograph. While you can accomplish the same result in Final…

The 2020 essential guide to stop using subscription software

The 2020 essential guide to stop using subscription software

What if in 2020 you decide to start using only software that you’ve either paid for or is free? Can it be done if you’re a working professional…

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