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Since 1984, the DaVinci has been the premier color corrector for major motion pictures. While it was awesome, the $500,000+ price tag made it impossible for the small shop. The good news is that Blackmagic Design purchased the company, and … Continue reading
We are lucky to be living in such a wonderful age. Using visual effects, we can create just about anything using nothing but computers, and our imagination. This process can be fun and easy, or difficult, depending upon the tools … Continue reading
Per Holmes, the creator of HCW and I have had long discussions over the need for most aspiring filmmakers to attend a film school. A degree in film, for the most part, doesn’t really mean much to most production company … Continue reading
In addition to testing and reviewing products, I still direct and edit TV shows, music videos and other projects, so I have to keep my editing workspace functional. The problem was that my 2×4 foot desk area was getting too … Continue reading
Since TV broadcast is in the process of being replaced by the web, I find myself encoding in H.264 a lot more frequently. The downside is that Apple Compressor is just too slow. The good news is that Matrox has … Continue reading
If you are doing any kind of heavy duty editing, you will probably have a RAID array connected to your computer. My review system has two, eight Bay towers made by CI Design, which contain 16 Seagate 15,000 RPM SAS … Continue reading
Logickeyboard’s custom keyboard for Apple Final Cut Pro is based on the original Ultra Thin Apple Pro keyboard. It offers plug-and-play setup with any USB-equipped Mac computer. It has a good feel, and the stylish, modern appearance of the “New … Continue reading