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TribecaFilm.com | Future of Film | Who Are Today’s Curators? And Where The Hell Are The Rest Of Them?!!

TribecaFilm.com | Future of Film | Who Are Today’s Curators? And Where The Hell Are The Rest Of Them?!! | Film Production | Scoop.it
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The rise of digital in motion pictures – Beyond the tipping point for film (part 1 of 2)

The rise of digital in motion pictures – Beyond the tipping point for film (part 1 of 2) | Film Production | Scoop.it

"James Cameron’s 3D blockbuster demonstrated that what was once a novelty viewing experience could create a viable case for upgrading theatre projection technology to capitalise on audiences’ new found appetite for 3D productions. Jean-Pierre Beauviala, founder of French based motion picture equipment manufacturer, Aaton claims that stereoscopic 3D has “accelerated the demise of film.”

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The Guardian Minority Writers' Workshop | Minority Film Workshop | The Guardian

Are you a writer with a minority background? Guardian News & Media is always looking for new voices as part of our commitment to the diversity of our editorial content and the writers that we use.

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Apple updates Final Cut Pro to 10.0.7 Motion to 5.0.6 and Compressor to 4.0.6

Apple updates Final Cut Pro to 10.0.7  Motion to 5.0.6 and Compressor to 4.0.6 | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Peter Wiggins on December 7, 2012

 

"A slightly unexpected but welcome early Christmas present, Apple have updated FCPX, Motion and Compressor. No new features though, mainly just bug fixes.


All those people who like to analyse the dates of the FCPX updates will have been caught completely off guard by this release! Coming soon after the major 10.0.6 update, this version fixes quite a few things that it broke.


Our eye caught the editing support for ingesting MXF files which will please editors who have to work close to a deadline.


Final Cut Pro X version 10.0.7

This update improves overall stability, performance, and compatibility. Updates include:"

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New Article about FilmConvert, by Oliver Peters

New Article about FilmConvert, by Oliver Peters | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Oliver Peters on December 15, 2012 • 

 

"With the proliferation of digital video cameras, everyone has been trying to make them look more like film. Assuming that your camera shoots at the right frame rate and offers film-like motion blur and highlight handling, the rest gets down to grain and colorimetry. That’s where various software tools and filters come in. A new film stock emulation application is FilmConvert, from New Zealand-based developer, Rubber Monkey Software. They are best known as one of the early developers of processing and rendering software for the RED One camera, but have now expanded that expertise into tools designed for a wider appeal.

 

FilmConvert is available as a standalone application and as plug-ins for Adobe After Effects/Premiere Pro (Windows or Mac), Photoshop and Apple Final Cut Pro X/Final Cut Pro 7/Motion. The standalone FilmConvert Pro goes beyond just film emulation to include a powerful three-way color corrector and render management. The software works with QuickTime files and native RED .r3d files from a RED One or EPIC. It also supports roundtrips between FilmConvert and your NLE using XML and EDL files."

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Read also Vincent Laforet and Joe Marine articles


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Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters

Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Oliver Peters on January 5, 2013 • 

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"Undoubtedly this year will continue the trend of fractured market share for edit systems. If you tally up every system in general use, your professional choices include NLE systems from Adobe, Apple, Avid, Autodesk, Boris/Media 100, Dayang,Editshare/Lightworks, Grass Valley, SGO, Sony and Quantel. In most US markets, the split in market dominance boils down to an Adobe/Apple/Avid split. In many cases, the leader is still the now-defunct Final Cut Pro 7. Even Apple is stuck competing with itself.

 

By mid-2013, Final Cut Pro X will have hit its two-year anniversary. The screams of “iMovie Pro” have generally died down. Even the most diehard critics grudgingly admit that it offers many professional features. Although I don’t see it taking off yet in great numbers within the pro editor community, I do believe that there’s a “silent minority” of users who are testing it for their own use or as an island within a larger facility. I say “silent”, because many of these folks simply are not the sort that post to forums – or haven’t yet, for fear of getting sucked into the typical pro-con arguments that invariably ensue."

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501 - The Final Cut

501 - The Final Cut | Film Production | Scoop.it
Available to buy now: http://smarturl.it/nsd2itunes Like 501: https://www.facebook.com/501dubz Follow 501: http://bit.ly/MlW1EW 501 - The Final Cut is forthc...
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Final Cut Pro: 5 YouTube Channels Full of Tips - Mashable

Final Cut Pro: 5 YouTube Channels Full of Tips
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Apple released Final Cut Pro X, the newest version of the Final Cut video editing software, back in 2011.
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KIN international women's film festival 2011 opening ceremony

KIN international women's film festival 2011 opening ceremony | Film Production | Scoop.it
The 8-th International Film Festival «KIN» (kin means "a woman" in Armenian), will be held in Yerevan on 1-5 December 2011.
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How To Get Your Music Into TV and Film | RapRehab

How To Get Your Music Into TV and Film | RapRehab | Film Production | Scoop.it
Do your research! Find out which supervisors are working on what projects and then approach them and ask what they specifically need.
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Bane's voice before and after - The Dark Knight Rises HD

Bane's voice before and after - The Dark Knight Rises HD | Film Production | Scoop.it
Bane's voice before and after - The Dark Knight Rises. Imax Prologue vs Final Cut.
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Want Film-Like GH2 Footage? FilmConvert Now Supports GH2, More Canon Profiles, and Final Cut Pro 7. By Joe Marine (2 videos)

Want Film-Like GH2 Footage? FilmConvert Now Supports GH2, More Canon Profiles, and Final Cut Pro 7. By Joe Marine (2 videos) | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on December 6, 2012

 

"Not too long ago we told you about a color corrector plugin/standalone software solution from Rubber Monkey that not only tries to mimic the looks of many film stocks, but does it in a way that is particular to the exact camera you’re using. Until now the only cameras that were guaranteed to work properly with FilmConvert to achieve the specific look were Canon DSLRs and RED cameras, but now they are adding support for the Panasonic GH2, as well as support for more Canon picture profiles, and a brand new plugin for Final Cut Pro 7."

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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Merged Clips within Final Cut Pro XML. By Angelo Lorenzo

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Merged Clips within Final Cut Pro XML. By Angelo Lorenzo | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Angelo Lorenzo on December 27, 2012 • 


"While I sit at my parent’s home for the holidays, I thought I’d jump on the blog and keep myself busy. The next installment of the LUT series is on its way, but in the meantime I wanted to talk about Premiere Pro CS6′s merged clips and how they translate through Final Cut Pro XML files to the venerable Final Cut Pro 7.


Merged clips are a relatively new feature of Premiere Pro, introduced in CS5.5. Merged clips allow you to group or sync separate audio and video sources, the result acting like a normal master clip. The implementation is a bit haphazard and many recall compatibility issues with XML and AAF exports with content containing merged clips; EDL exports functioned normally. Adobe, in it’s official help documentation, states merged clip limitations for CS5.5."

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Katie Jane's curator insight, August 13, 2013 11:25 AM

I think that the idea of recording the audio sepretly is the better option, because if you need to edit or detatch the audio you can and it wont effect the video itself.

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Sony F5/F55: How to Import Footage in FCP, Avid and Premiere. By Andy Shipsides

Sony F5/F55: How to Import Footage in FCP, Avid and Premiere. By Andy Shipsides | Film Production | Scoop.it

Posted by Andy Shipsides on April 5, 2013 • 

 

"With every new camera, come many new questions about workflow. The term “workflow” can be fairly broad, but today I am looking at importing Sony F5/F55 footage into various non-linear editing systems (NLEs). Both the F5 & F55 can record in MPEG2 (XDCAM), XAVC and HDCAM SR formats internally. With the addition of the AXS-R5 recorder, they can also record in Sony Raw. This article is focused on MPEG2 and XAVC, but be sure to keep an eye out for future blogs on working with Sony Raw and HDCAM SR. The F5 & F55 workflows are similar to that of the F3 and XDCAM EX cameras, but with some significant changes. Below, I outline how to ingest footage onto a hard drive and how to import into Avid Media Composer 6.5, Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7 and Premiere CS6. Keep reading for a brief how-to on each process."

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4K video to FCP 7-Edit Blackmagic 4K videos in FCP with 4K Video Converter

4K video to FCP 7-Edit Blackmagic 4K videos in FCP with 4K Video Converter | Film Production | Scoop.it

 

This article will show you how to import Blackmagic 4K videos to Final Cut Pro 7 fior editing with the help of the professional 4K Video Converter.

 


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