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Learn How You Can Improve the Efficiency of Your Workflow

If you are considering or have already switched to Adobe Premiere Pro for your video editing, then you may want to take advantage of new hardware technologies to improve the efficiency of your workflow. Whether you are a wedding /corporate videographer or indie film maker the demands for delivering great quality, more creative projects with Read MoreRead More

Perfect by Proxy: A Brief Look Into What ‘Offline/Online’ Means

As productions are moving into larger and larger files, it may be preferential to go back to the old “offline editing” model. Dave Kendricken explains what that means and how you can implement it in your workflow. The core concept of offline editing has existed in filmmaking forever — the process simply wasn’t referred to as such Read MoreRead More

The Blackmagic Cinema Camera in a News Environment

Brian Hallett talks about how he uses the Blackmagic Cinema Camera in a tight-deadline news environment. I am the Creative Services Sr. Writer/Producer for the NBC affiliate in Nashville, Tennessee.  Every spot we produced for over a year was shot on my personal Canon 60D.  Now, the poor camera looks like it’s been to combat Read MoreRead More

5 Ways the Camera Department Can Help Avoid “Fix It In Post” Headaches

Evan Luzi covers 5 ways that the camera assistant can make the editorial process as simple as possible. Have you looked around on a film set lately? You might notice that production and post-production are beginning to merge. Walter Murch, the “Yoda of editing,” often talks about how he doesn’t think editors belong on set. He thinks Read MoreRead More

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