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Tutorial: Exporting for Digital Cinema with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder CC 2014

A key concern for any producer is to ensure that the work you produce will play back on as many platforms (online, mobile, broadcast) as possible. Until recently, delivering content in digital cinema environments was the exclusive province of high-end facilities with specialized equipment. But with the release of Adobe Media Encoder CC 2014 and its Wraptor DCP plug-in, DCP has become just another export option, putting digital cinema delivery well within the reach of any Adobe CC user. Here's how you can add it to your offerings when your clients or projects demand it.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2014

Tutorial: Live-Switched Production with the Roland VR-50HD Multi-Format AV Mixer

Shawn Lam guides readers/viewers through a simple, powerful, and versatile live-switched production and streaming workflow with Roland's VR-50HD all-in-one multi-format AV mixer.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2014

Commentary: Adobe Unveils 'Big Splash' Creative Cloud Release Including New iPad Apps and Major Photoshop and After Effects Updates

New After Effects features include additional keying effects, Kuler integration, and the ability to create live text templates and to share masks with Premiere Pro; Photoshop gets more powerful Smart Objects, Improved Layer Comps and Content-Aware technology, Blur Gallery motion effects, and a Focus Mask
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2014

How to Develop a Viable 4K Production Workflow

4K content is here today and here to stay. Content acquisition is much easier than the rest of the workflow, led by consumer devices such as the millions of 4K cell phones, 4K POV cameras, and soon 4K Interchangeable Lens cameras that will lead the way for wider professional 4K adoption. 4K screen adoption is increasing rapidly too, and this just leaves some workflow issues for editing and distribution to be solved and adopted before 4K will be viable across a wide range of video production markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jun 2014

Review: Epiphan DVI2USB 3.0 Frame Grabber

The Epiphan DVI2USB 3.0 provides a boon to conference videographers via a simple, small-footprint, low-cost solution for capturing a live PowerPoint or Keynote presentation to a PC or Mac as a full-frame rate, native-resolution video file. Here's a walkthrough of a functional conference presentation capture workflow using the DVI2USB 3.0.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jun 2014

Apple Rolls Out OS X Yosemite

With Yosemite, OS X has been redesigned and refined with a fresh modern look where controls are clearer, smarter and easier to understand, and streamlined toolbars put the focus on your content without compromising functionality
Featured News, Posted 03 Jun 2014

Grass Valley Unveils EDIUS 7.3

This new version boasts a host of new features to amplify productivity throughout the entire post production workflow, including I/O support for the Matrox MXO2 LE, MXO2 Rack, Mojito MAX and MXO2 Mini editing devices
Featured News, Posted 03 Jun 2014

Reality Check: What Does a 4K Production Workflow Require?

The time for idle speculation about 4K production has passed. 4K is here, and it's arrived in mainstream cameras at various price points with some surprisingly modest data rates. Do you need all-new, cutting-edge hardware to handle it? Probably not. Delve deeper into the specifics of your production chain, and do a little math to find out what your needs really are, and what you find might surprise you.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jun 2014

Ozer Releases Online Training: Mastering the Adobe Media Encoder

New online training workshop helps Adobe Creative Cloud producers efficiently encode top-quality video for streaming, mobile and optical media
Featured News, Posted 28 May 2014

BorisFX Rolls Out RED 5.5 for Avid

Featured News, Posted 21 May 2014

FirmTek Rolls Out ThunderTek/PX2+2 Thunderbolt Storage Solution

The ThunderTek/PX2+2 accommodates two high-speed 2.5" SSD, HDD, or SSHDs internally and provides two external eSATA ports for connecting external direct-connect and port-multiplier eSATA enclosures
Featured News, Posted 21 May 2014

Tutorial: Color Correction with Avid Media Composer

This tutorial demonstrates how to leverage Avid's powerful and efficient color correction by working in Color Correction mode, which allows you quick access to its color grading features but keeps them out of the way while you're editing.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 20 May 2014

Sonnet Unveils Fusion QR 4-Drive RAID 5

The Fusion QR integrates a high-performance RAID 5 controller for maximum versatility, critical data protection, and added value, and offers a flexible quad interface that includes eSATA, dual FireWire 800, and USB 3.0
Featured News, Posted 14 May 2014

Tutorial: Using Text to Mask Video in Adobe After Effects CC

This tutorial demonstrates how to use an After Effects alpha matte to make your video "shine through" your text.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 May 2014

Almost Live with Streaming Media: The Blackmagic Studio Camera HD and 4K

Streaming Media Producer contributing editor Shawn Lam and Blackmagic Design Senior Regional Manager Bob Caniglia discuss Blackmagic's new HD and 4K Studio Cameras, introduced at NAB 2014, and touted as "the world's smallest studio camera with the world's largest viewfinder."
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2014

ACME Portable Unveils "World's First" Portable Workstation with 4K Display

The MegaPAC L2 features two 24" vertical monitors with one display at Full HD 1080p and the other at ULTRA HD 4K resolution
Featured News, Posted 23 Apr 2014

How Much Video Processing Performance Boost Do the Latest PC Processors Deliver?

Now that Intel has launched Ivy Bridge-based CPUs that triple the core count of early Nehalem-based workstations from four to 12, can video editors expect significant performance gains? In this article we'll assess the performance gain from the 12-core HP Z800 to the 24-core HP Z820 with respect to both editing and streaming encoding.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Apr 2014

Grass Valley Announces EDIUS 7 Streaming Through the Cloud

Microsoft Azure Media Services is licensing support for Grass Valley's HQ Codec/HQX Codec, opening new doors for EDIUS users by giving them the improved functionality and flexibility to upload and stream content to a wider variety of environments through the cloud
Featured News, Posted 15 Apr 2014

FXHOME Announces After Effects, Vegas Pro, Premiere Pro, and Motion Support for HitFilm 2 Ultimate

With something for every project, users only need to buy the plugins once and they get two licences to install them in all their post-production software, including After Effects, Vegas Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro and Motion
Featured News, Posted 15 Apr 2014

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