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Color Correction: 'The King's Speech'
March 11, 2011 –  LONDON - Molinare DI colorist Gareth Spensley uses Baselight to help Tom Hooper perfect the details of a modern classic.
Storage: LTO-5 options
March 8, 2011 –  High definition 3D footage, intense graphics and eye-catching VFX make for fantastic commercials, television programs and feature films. They also leave many post production professionals searching ...
Editing HDSLR footage natively
March 4, 2011 –  With the wild success of HDSLR cameras from both Canon and Nikon, there is a renewed interest in editing H.264 media natively, using the video files that are transferred directly from the camera into ...
WWII Nat Geo special created in post
February 23, 2011 –  Earlier this month, National Geographic Channel premiered The Wereth 11, a feature about a group of African American soldiers caught behind enemy lines in Belgium during World War II. The rest of ...
Tone Visuals takes color grading into the field
February 9, 2011 –  AUSTIN, TX — Tone Visuals’ (www.tonevisuals.com) Brian Buongiorno is a veteran colorist who’s worked on everything from feature films to television commercials. Parlaying a highly-successful career as ...
Editor Michael Kahn reflects on his work with Spielberg
February 1, 2011 –  “Steven was looking for an editor after Jaws,” recalls film editor Michael Kahn, as to how his creative partnership started 34 years ago with moviemaker Steven Spielberg. “[Irvin] Kershner and Owen ...
How content supply chain management will shape post
February 1, 2011 –  It’s all about content. That may be an oft-used cliché, but there’s no denying content’s critical role in these transformative times. In the coming years, media companies will be more challenged than ...
Using Boxx's RenderPro on 'Water Soul'
February 1, 2011 –  Water Soul is a gloomy fairy tale, a mystery-adventure in stereoscopic 3D, produced with the support of the Berlin Media Boards and Hessian Film Fund. Because Water Soul unfolds in a richly detailed ...
Shooting 3D on a 2D budget
January 28, 2011 –  TORONTO — Wildlife filmmaker Adam Ravetch has spent two decades documenting the details of animals’ lives in the far corners of the earth. He is one of just a handful of filmmakers who have shot ...
Editing HDSLR files natively may not be a smart idea
January 28, 2011 –  With the wild success of HDSLR cameras from both Canon and Nikon, there is a renewed interest in editing H.264 media natively, using the video files that are transferred directly from the camera into ...
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