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How to Avoid Eyestrain when working at a Computer or Smartphone

As we spend more and more time at our desks working on computer screens, it’s important to remember a few practices to avoid the strain that comes from bad ergonomics.. The Vision Council has published a helpful 16-page guide to avoiding digital eye strain. The first step is to identify symptoms of digital eye strain: Read MoreRead More

Build a Mountain Lion Hackintosh w/ Thunderbolt That’s Faster Than a Mac Pro — for Half the Price

Want to take that Build it Yourself mentality of PCs to the world of Apple? Ryan Koo of No Film School shows you how to build your own Hackintosh for a fraction of the cost of a Mac pro. Apple OS X Mountain Lion came out this summer and it supports the latest Intel Ivy Bridge processors Read MoreRead More

15 Tutorials on Color Correction/Grading

Color correction and grading are essential elements to give your film that extra polish. We’ve gathered 15 tutorials covering the subject – many of these contain similar information but take a different approach to the color subject. View the Playlist on YouTubeRead More

Take a Tour of Robert Rodriguez’s Editing Studio (in his Garage)

Go into the garage of director Robert Rodriguez who basically made ‘Once Upon a Time in Mexico’ all by himself. He directed, produced, wrote, shot, chopped, and scored (as he puts it) the movie and he did a lot of the post-production in the garage. (shot in 2004) http://youtu.be/xxOWNuC7IugRead More

New Plural Eyes 3 Auto Syncs Video and Audio

Are you shooting dual system and capturing audio off camera? – Plural Eyes 3, now part of the Red Giant Software company, has added some significant improvements to help you automatically sync video and audio tracks. The long and short of it is this: For videographers and filmmakers with audio and multi-camera recordings, PluralEyes revolutionizes Read MoreRead More

David Fincher: A Film Title Retrospective

Art of the Title interviews David Fincher about his iconic title sequences. Your films are known to feature interesting title sequences — would you say that you’re a fan of titles in general? Absolutely! Obviously, all the Saul Bass stuff is really inspiring to me. I wasn’t so much aware of the people that worked on North by Read MoreRead More

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