Design an Animated ID
Understand the client's language (and I mean their language of design) As stations and networks expand their offerings, designers are faced with bringing more complicated concepts to bear on a single
E-on Vue 5 xStream
E-on software is releasing Vue 5 xStream (formerly known as xFusion), a suite of plug-ins that lets users integrate Vue environments into Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya projects. With Vue 5 xStream, Vue 5 Infinite
CES Bellwethers: 1080p Display and High-Def DVD
When January arrives each year, gadget fans feel a familiar twinge that can be only one thing-it's time for another Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. But the show is also an early indicator of
Other Ways to Go: Reality Bites
What's the best way to manage the massive amounts of footage that come hand-in-hand with reality-TV production?
HD Dreams – HDV Often Looks Great, But Not Always
I'm in a dealer's showroom, stuffed with equipment used by Hollywood DPs-ARRI cameras, DigiPrime lenses, etc. The owner shows me a prototype HD camera so new it's still in an unopened box.
Adobe Production Bundle
After delaying the scheduled release of upgrades to its most popular pro software by an additional five months, Adobe has just released a powerful new Production Bundle that includes new versions of Premiere
Studios To Go
When you have to take the show on the road, a portable production system can pack a lot more value than mere flexibility
Dell Precision 380 Workstation
What's the ideal workstation? If you run heavy duty, video editing programs (especially if you edit HD video or use processor-intensive plug-ins) or if you render complex 3D animations, you'll need all the
Sound Editing Goes Online
There's nothing unusual about the audio workflow between sound guys Eric Lalicata and Ken Skoglund-except that they're working on two different continents.
Reconstructing Orson Welles
How do you release a DVD director's cut if you don't know how the director himself would have finished the film?