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January 14, 2013, 14:58 PM
In this episode of The Rough Cut, we visit the creative team behind J.J. Abrams's production company, Bad Robot. Taking a much needed break from creating the next installment in the revamped Star Trek franchise (Star Trek Into Darkness), they walk us through their unique collaborative workflows between Media Composer and Pro Tools, and discuss how ISIS brings it all together...#avid#audio#mc6#nle#media composer 6#the rough cut
November 23, 2012, 05:59 AM
In this latest Nov 2012 issue Post Magazine did a review of WooWave Sync Pro, the only recorder-agnostic synchronisation engine that sync multicam/field audio effortlessly#audio#plural eyes#multicam#review#woowave#alternative#synchronisation
November 20, 2012, 15:32 PM
Following up on last week's discussion of audio component editing, today I talk with Steve Martin from Ripple Training about the impact of audio component-level editing to the multicam workflow in Final Cut Pro X. You can now easily mix and match any mic source from any camera to any shot in a multicam edit. Check it out.#editing#fcpx#audio#final cut pro x#apple#multiple
November 17, 2012, 11:37 AM
Ok, so last week's episode pushed to the beginning of this week, and now here we are with this week’s episode just making it by end of the week. Today, Steve Martin from Ripple Training tells me all about the new component-level audio editing feature in the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.6 update. Some good tips in this one, check it out.#fcpx#audio#final cut pro x#apple
November 14, 2012, 21:20 PM
Ken Burns' name is eternally tied to the American historical documentary. Ask anyone what they think of when you mention his name, and they'll refer to the Ken Burns Effect, that technique he employs in all his films whereby the camera pans sideways over a photo and then zooms in. Accompanied by a charming musical score and folksy narration, the photo unarguably comes to life.#editing#audio#film editing#effect#ken burns
November 14, 2012, 20:50 PM
Final Cut Pro X is a powerful video editing tool used by video makers both amateur and professional alike. We've used Final Cut Pro X (FCP X for short) extensively to edit the daily vlogs and have found it to be a fairly intuitive and feature-rich editing platform.#fcpx#audio#final cut pro#apple
November 11, 2012, 08:03 AM
(Hollywood, California--November 11, 2012) MTI Film announces the release of its groundbreaking Cortex line of software-based dailies solutions. Developed from the ground up to support today's file-based production workflows, Cortex provides an all-in-one solution for digital media management with simple but powerful tools for playback, color, audio synchronization, metadata management and transcoding.#workflow#transcoding#audio#color#colour#metadata#mtim cortex
November 1, 2012, 15:27 PM
It's far from the flashiest task, but placing cuts and transitions in interview footage can be crucial to telling a story. Adobe's Wil Li and collaborators have unveiled "a one-click method for seamlessly removing 'ums' and repeated words, as well as inserting natural-looking pauses to emphasize semantic content."#audio#adobe#cs6#premiere pro#wil li
November 1, 2012, 15:27 PM
Blue Microphones recently started shipping the Mikey Digital, an add-on stereo mike for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, and iPod touch 4G (iOS 6 only), and Blue offered to lend me one for review. I’d been intrigued by earlier, analog Blue Mikeys at trade shows, so I jumped at the chance to look at—and listen to—this digital descendant.#audio#blue#microphone#mic#mikey digital#stereo#iphone#ipad
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