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Apple Final Cut Pro 5 is an essential pro editing upgrade for all serious users. For starters, there are performance enhancements in almost all areas of the program, as well as many vital new features
SoundToys Inc. (formerly Wave Mechanics) is shipping SoundToys TDM Effects for Mac OS X. The newly released SoundToys TDM Effects bundle replaces the UltraTools and UltraFX bundles, bringing all nine SoundToys
Our company AlphaDogs, a post-production studio in Burbank, CA, had been looking for a shared-storage solution for more than three years. What we needed was hard to come by economically-a cross-platform system. Then we discovered Terrablock.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the expansion of the Adobe OpenHD alliance-originally started with Dell, HP, Intel, and Microsoft-to include 10 additional partners delivering the industry's best capture cards, graphics and video accelerators, audio tools, and data storage products.
The geeks are hard at work in the lab at the University of Rochester. A pair of new technologies may soon enable power-hungry imaging chips to use just a fraction of the energy needed today and capture better images as well-all while someday enabling cameras to shrink to the size of a shirt button and run for years on a single battery.
The cost of multi-format high-definition acquisition equipment, now in the $25,000 range (without lens), continues to surprise many who remember the days when a single camera cost more than a nice car.
It's actually unfair to compare the look of Fateless to the extraordinary photography of Roman Vishniac, a Russian photographer who documented the now-vanished world of Eastern European Jews as Hitler rose to power. Unfair only because Fateless, which is adapted from a semi-autobiographical novel by Nobel Prize-winner Imre Kertesz, has its own stellar pedigree: it's directed by Oscar-nominated cinematographer Lajos Koltai (his feature directorial debut) and shot by Gyula Pados, H.S.E. who just finished Basic Instinct 2, after the critically acclaimed Kontroll.