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July 24, 2014, 19:13 PM
If you own a Canon or a Nikon DSLR, and are having problems with the focus being soft, this little $14.95 $7.99 Android DSLR monitor app may come to your rescue. This app will allow you to transform your Android phone or tablet into a video monitor large enough to achieve critical focus on whatever subject you are shooting.#software#hardware#filmmaking#android#tablet#tech#cinematography#canon 5d mark iii#smartphones
November 5, 2012, 08:58 AM
The Adobe Media Encoder included with Adobe Premiere CS6 allows you to target multiple platforms. For example, the video you create, you might want to render the final video for Youtube, Facebook, iPhone, Windows Phone, Android, and Blu-Ray.#media#adobe#cs6#premiere pro#premiere#iphone#ipad#ipod#tablet#encoder#surface
October 30, 2012, 14:48 PM
We missed last week's post and were going to combine them with this week's, however Apple released FCPX 10.0.6 which introduced new bugs that we wanted people to be aware of.PremiereIssues moving clips with a pen / tablet (via Strypes)Dynamic link failure caused by RelevantKnowledge malware (Windows)Changing the scale causes playback corruptionWrong interface fontsAudio offline after sending to PreludeFCPXFCPX 10.0.6...#fcpx#fcp7#final cut pro#apple#bugs#tablet#dynamic link#relevant#knowledge
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