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The Editing of Invader

January 10, 2013, 09:52 PM


(In Spanish) The editing of Invader (directed by Daniel Calparsoro) was made by David Pinillos and Antonio Frutos

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Noise Industries Photo Montage FCPX

November 28, 2012, 08:00 PM


Create stunning photo animations in seconds with Noise Industries' Photo Montage and all on Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro.

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Installation forum on Thursday, 11/29/12, 17:00

November 26, 2012, 03:12 PM


(In German) Already in the 1920s, filmmakers began thus, foreign films to re-edit, a technique that is a collage film, archival film, compilation film and in the arts known as the found-footage film. With the advent of analog and digital (re) production techniques has the artistic approach to foreign material, but also significantly expanded its use. To filmmakers comes to the difficult question of when, how and under what conditions it extracts from foreign works - can use in his own work...

Photo Montage Slideshows for FCPX

November 19, 2012, 07:56 PM


Create stunning animated Slideshows with Photo Montage. The latest version now supports Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro alongside Final Cut Pro 7, Motion and After Effects.

#adobe#cs6#ae#premiere pro#final cut pro#motion#apple#montage#press release
Montage forum Wednesday, 11/14/12

November 12, 2012, 09:44 AM


(In German) The film tells Sieveking from the care of his mother suffering from Alzheimer's Gretel. The change and the progression of the disease pose enormous challenges for the family and as well as simmering conflicts come to the surface. Just under the strain but they are together again. David Sieveking comes closer to his parents, and experience from the past, while his mother loses her memory.


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