Ripple Training is known mostly for its excellent Final Cut Studio / Final Cut Pro X training (though DaVinci Resolve tutorials were recently added to the mix). Ripple's newest product isn't training-related but rather a plug-in for ...
As Hollywood's major movie studios try to trim costs every way they can — including layoffs, mergers and slashed expense accounts and producer deals — there's one budget item that heads ever upward: the movies themselves....
As a long-time Final Cut Pro user, David Lawrence has been looking for a new NLE, since FCPX isn't an option for his editing style and needs. When word leaked out of a CS6 trial release, David took Premiere Pro 6 for a spin.
"Well, I knew that putting my money in Digital Bolex Kickstater’s project just few days before NAB is risky. But then I saw prices of Canon’s C500 and 1D Cinema, and I thought that there couldn’t be two miracles in one time. And I can always sell Digital Bolex and buy that 5D Mark III. Seems like there is a place for two miracles.
I made this table according to specs from internet, mostly by copy-paste. Specs of Digital Bolex are subject to change (and to improve), camera is still in developing stage.
update: I found this two huge discussions about this cameras, mostly about BlackMagic: on EOSHD and on dvxuser.
update2: Here is the reply from Joe Rubinstein, one of the creators of Digital Bolex."
Here’s how it works: export your FCPX project as .fcpxml, drag it onto the app, and select the clip you want to send. Then click “Send To” to setup a composition preset with in/out, duration, frame rate and resolution in Motion or After Effects. It’s a great way to save time setting up compositions, and get right to work on grading, effects, etc...
Nikon says it's working on a "permanent solution" for a problem where its professional D4 and D800 digital SLRs may lock up or "freeze" during usage, causing the camera to become unresponsive... read more
I didn’t believe my buddy when he told me that his brand new Nikon D800 viewfinder was always out of focus. I assumed that he had the diopter out of whack. It wasn’t until I used the camera myself that I realized there was a serious problem. The camera was sent back to Nikon for repair and he received the camera back last week with the same issue. After sending it back a second time, Nikon has admitted that “a run” of D800s have an issue with viewfinder alignment...
Core77.com (blog)Ikea cardboard digital camera: when Instagram isn't authentic enough (video)EngadgetIt's expected to land in Ikea stores at some point but exact pricing and availability are still a mystery.
From the article intro: "Over the past couple of years, I’ve been trying to collect every good piece of writing and advice about verifying social media content and other types of information that flow across networks.
This form of verification involves some new tools and techniques, and requires a basic understanding of the way networks operate and how people use them.
It also requires many of the so-called old school values and techniques that have been around for a while: being skeptical, asking questions, tracking down high quality sources, exercising restraint, collaborating and communicating with team members.
For example, lots of people talk about how Andy Carvin does crowdsourced verification and turns his Twitter feed into a real time newswire."
Mindy McAdams writes: "Verifying social media content “involves some new tools and techniques, and requires a basic understanding of the way networks operate and how people use them. It also requires many of the so-called old school values and techniques that have been around for a while: being skeptical, asking questions, tracking down high quality sources, exercising restraint, collaborating and communicating with team members.”
"Craig Silverman provides an introduction to the topic and then an annoatated list of eight articles/blog posts that add clarity and examples."
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