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Boris Continuum Complete gives you four filters- BCC Deinterlace, BCC Match Grain, BCC Film Process, and BCC Film Damage-that can create the illusion that your clips originated on film as opposed to tape. The BCC Deinterlace filter can simulate telecine and reverse telecine, which is where video clips at their native rate are slowed down to 24 fps, the native frame rate for film.
The MXO2 is a portable and completely codec-agnostic input/output (I/O), device that’s designed for a number of workflows. It’s processor dependent, which means that the faster your system is, the better performance you’ll get out of the box (especially when working with HD source material).
OMNI Advertising and the beverage company Celsius tapped Walker/Fitzgibbon to produce a series of commercials. The latest evolution of the piece — a Webisode released on YouTube, Veoh and Vimeo — took the brand to an online audience.
Watch this video from NAB on the Canon 5D Mark II, a still camera also capable of shooting 1080, 30p video. See the possibilities and limitations of this camera as well as insight on where Canon may be heading in terms of offering a true digital RAW video camera in the future.
In this tutorial I'll show you how to use filler, or slug, as placeholder clips to establish a visual rhythm for a highlight reel or basic music video. If you are newer to video editing, you may notice that your projects often start strong and end weak. Try using slug and the "Replace Edit" function to lay down a rough cut and establish a visual rhythm.
As the proud owner of multiple PSC products (two PS1 power supplies and two shock mounts), I was anxious to check out their new Solice eight-channel mixer. Of course, every mixing console comes with its own pluses and minuses. None are perfect. The Mackie is only AC powered, but cheap; the Cooper is discontinued; the AD255 is heavy; and the Sonosax is expensive. Now to this list of options, we can add the Solice, with its innate list of pros and cons.