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Apple Going Semi-Pro?

It’s been a tough couple of weeks for die-hard Final Cut users. They feel betrayed and abandoned. And rightfully so. FCP was a tool they’d spent hundreds, if not thousands, of hours working with and now Apple effectively shut them out of moving forward without any warning. I won’t go through the gory details as […]

Adobe Premiere Pro Blue Render Bug

After pulling my hair out for the better part of a month, I think I’ve finally identified the steps to trigger a bug affecting After Effects, Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder and, steps to work around it. The Problem: When exporting videos from Adobe Premiere Pro that contain a rendered clip (like a title […]

Friday Round-up 2-4-11: ASMP SB3, Squeeze 7, Mobile Video

I’m still on a high from ASMP’s Strictly Business conference two-weeks ago in Los Angeles. If you are a professional photographer, or want to be one, you owe it to yourself to attend SB3. You only have two more chances, Philadelphia Feb 25-27 and Chicago April 1-3. I hope to see you there! While we’re […]

30 Days of CS5: 64-bit processing in After Effects and PP: Mercury Playback Engine

Like Photoshop, Premiere Pro and After Effects CS5 are rewritten as native 64-bit applications. This allows you to use as much RAM as you have installed in your machine. 64-bit compatibility, combined with the new Mercury Playback Engine, allows Premiere Pro to render video files exceptionally fast. This allows you to work more responsively with […]

30 Days of CS5: Native support for Hybrid dSLR formats

In my opinion, the best new feature in Premiere Pro CS5 is native support for file formats from hybrid SLRs. This means you can pull images off your memory card, drop them in a timeline and begin playback immediately. For photographers and videojournalists, this is a major time-saver because it eliminates a time-consuming portion of […]

Multimedia: Rich Media Narratives

Combining elements of documentary filmmaking like voice over narration, graphics and video footage with still photos, rich media narratives provide a multi-dimensional approach to storytelling. By layering sound, graphics and still photos you engage the viewer’s senses and are able to tell complex stories in a short timeframe. To date, most rich media narratives have […]