“Game-changing” might be a dramatic term, but that’s what comes to mind when describing the new HP Z38c Curved display. You see, every so often, a new product comes along which makes us rethink the way we work and HP’s stunning new Z38c display happens to be one of them. I’ve had the opportunity to […]
Adobe unveiled a tasty bundle of updates to its Creative Cloud video applications at IBC 2017. The Amsterdam-based show doesn’t garner the same slew of new product intros that NAB does. But many companies big and small save their latest-and-greatest announcements for this Fall show for that very reason of a lowered PR frenzy. Adobe […]
DaVinci Resolve is, of course, one of the world’s preeminent color grading environments which also includes professional editing, audio mixing and media management. It is used on all sorts of projects such as commercials, music videos, television shows and blockbuster feature films. While DaVinci Resolve (free) and DaVinci Resolve Studio (whose price has recently been […]
If you haven’t heard of them, AICE – that’s the Association of Independent Creative Editors – ranks as one of our industry’s most important trade groups; its members are said to edit, colorize and finish more than 85% of all network television commercials. AICE plans for a new executive director comes at a crucial time as it faces increased budget pressure from advertisers and ad agencies…
Autodesk’s powerful integrated editing, effects and finishing suite has arrived.
Avid has just released Avid DS 11, the latest version of the company’s do-it-all finishing app. But as many of you may know, Autodesk is taking direct aim at DS with a redesigned Smoke some 18 months in the making.
You don’t have to be a pro editor or even a novice to attend. If you like storytelling with images, there’s really no question but that you will enjoy EditFest New York.
If you’ve gotten involved in motion picture or television editing during the last fifteen years or so, there’s a good chance that your world has been entirely digital from the get-go. If you’re a bit older, you can recall the days before electronic tools came onto the scene, and might even feel younger editors are […]
At NAB 2012, Adobe launched a highly anticipated version of the Creative Suite. The new CS6 includes a make or break rebuild of Premiere Pro, its potent NLE that seeks to expand upon its base and capture those disappointed, professional Final Cut users feeling bereft upon the Version X upgrade. The release of CS6 is […]