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MacRumors: ProCutX App to Streamline Final Cut Pro X Editing From Your iPad

MacRumors: ProCutX App to Streamline Final Cut Pro X Editing From Your iPad | Video | Scoop.it

Posted by Husain Sumra on February 5, 2013 • 

 

"Production company and Final Cut Pro X plug-in creator Pixel Film Studios has released a new app today that allows you to control Final Cut Pro X with your iPad. 

The app is a virtual representation of high-end film editing consoles that some professional editors use for big budget Hollywood movies, which allow them to quickly and easily edit lots of footage without working with a mouse and keyboard, but is streamlined and optimized for both Final Cut Pro X and iPad."

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• Update: Read also Dave Kendricken's article at NoFilmSchool.com


• Update: Read Scott Simmons' article at ProVideoCoalition.com: Hands on with the PROCUTX app for Final Cut Pro X


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Nelson Mandela Dies, Greed Lives On [Video]

Nelson Mandela Dies, Greed Lives On [Video] | Video | Scoop.it
As Nelson Mandela dies in a Pretoria hospital, greed lives on and the jackals gather to feast off the spoils of a celebrated life. Speculation about his health continues. Although already declared ...
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WHAAAAT??? Hacker Barnaby Jack Dies Days Before Revealing His Pacemaker Exploit: One Last Interview

WHAAAAT??? Hacker Barnaby Jack Dies Days Before Revealing His Pacemaker Exploit: One Last Interview | Video | Scoop.it

Barnaby Jack, who famously hacked ATMs and claimed to be able to hack pacemakers in order to kill patients remotely, was confirmed dead on Friday

 by the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office. He was 36. As of now, no cause of death has been reported. He was scheduled to speak next week at a Las Vegas hacker conference, where he intended to describe his approach for hacking implantable medical devices in humans.One month ago, on June 25, Vice spoke to Barnaby by phone.


Having your heart wirelessly hacked and set to explode at 830 volts could be viewed as a bit of a setback if you're considering getting a pacemaker fitted. It could also be viewed as the kind of thing that would only happen in a Jason Statham movie about a serial killer with an irrational hatred of severe arrhythmia sufferers. But it's not.

 

Earlier this month, the FDA sent a report to medical tech manufacturers warning against backdoors in their devices' computer systems. They were told that these flaws in security could allow hackers to access life-saving heart and kidney equipment, tamper with it and potentially kill the patient. Which I'd imagine is the last thing you'd want on your mind when your heart and kidneys are already so bad that you need specialist technology to keep them going....'     



Read more: http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/one-last-interview-with-barnaby-jack#ixzz2aiYvWLOW ;
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Imagination picks H.265 (HEVC) for Ultra HD TV coder

Imagination picks H.265 (HEVC) for Ultra HD TV coder | Video | Scoop.it

 

Betting that Ultra HD television has a future, Imagination Technologies  has committed its technology resources - and its PowerVR Series5 HEVC-enabled encoder and decoder families - to driving the just approved HEVC/H.265 (High Efficiency Video Coding) standard into the mainstream of the consumer video market.

 


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Fly Or Die: Instagram Video | TechCrunch

Fly Or Die: Instagram Video | TechCrunch | Video | Scoop.it
Now that the dust has settled around the Instagram Video launch, we thought it was high time to take a good look at the photo-sharing phenom's new video..
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Video: Taking art to new heights - Art - Yorkshire Post

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Many painters are influenced by the landscape. Only a few feel the need to scale thousands of feet in the name of art. Sarah Freeman meets John Colton.
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Digital Video Viewing Up, Traditional Trickles Down, Says Nielsen - VideoInk

Digital Video Viewing Up, Traditional Trickles Down, Says Nielsen - VideoInk | Video | Scoop.it
New data from Nielsen demonstrates that digital video viewing continues to trend upwards, as traditional TV viewing trickles down.

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Are you watching?? Youtube Channel Goes On A Rogue Countdown, Theories Fly. What the Frak?

Are you watching?? Youtube Channel Goes On A Rogue Countdown, Theories Fly. What the Frak? | Video | Scoop.it
Time for your daily dose of conspiracy theory weirdness: on July 9, the innocuous Youtube channel Pronunciation Book (which features videos about how to pronounce English words like jojoba and Herobrine, presumably for the edification of people who...

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Video Recording: New Lightning-Fast SDHC Memory Cards Recording at 240MB/s Coming This Fall

Video Recording: New Lightning-Fast SDHC Memory Cards Recording at 240MB/s Coming This Fall | Video | Scoop.it

 

 


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Thanks to PlanetMitch I have just found out that Toshiba will be shipping in the fall of this year (2013) new SDHC memory cards capable of writing speeds of up to 240 MB/s, and reading ones up to 260 MB/s.


The new series of SDHC cards is called Exceria Pro series is UHS-II compliant and will be initially available in 16 and 32 GB sizes. Toshiba claims these new cards to be the world's fastest-writing SDHC memory cards available.



Original source: http://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/07/17/toshiba-announces-worlds-fastest-writing-sdhc-memory-cards/


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More goodies for shopping list bigger capacity memory cards..

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The Murder of Pamela Vitale- The Forensic Debate 1/11/13 Episode ...

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Scott Edgar Dyleski was convicted of murdering his neighbor, Pamela Vitale, the wife of prominent attorney, Daniel Horowitz. The murder was committed on October 15, 2005. The murder was alleged to have occurred during ...
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Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters

Editing in 2013. By Oliver Peters | Video | 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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