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DaVinci Resolve for the Mac brings realtime color-grading performance, multiple GPU support with the right hardware and an amazing tracker to more users at a breakthrough price. The caveat, of course, is it’ll cost more than $995 to get Resolve for the Mac into a usable realtime system in your suite, but considering what's in the software, it’s still an amazing value.
In this look back at 2010's most important environment design updates, I decided to focus on Vue 9 and on the various applications that extend or improve upon it. Vue embellishes the output from so many other tools that I thought it would be interesting to look at them as a family.
In this video and text tutorial, Iain Anderson, an Apple Certified Trainer and editor, shows you how to stabilize video, adjust your tracking for a moving area of interest, and reduce rolling shutter with CoreMelt's Lock & Load X, part of Lock & Load Pro, for Final Cut Pro.
In part two of this video tutorial series, Eran imports the four clips into Adobe Premiere Pro, edits them using the Multi-Camera tool, Syncs the edits to audio, and explains how to modify and improve the cuts.
MusicBox, a supplier of production music to top films and television shows like Lost, recently launched an iPhone app that lets users listen to excerpts of cleared songs anywhere they are-in between client meetings, on the way to lunch or far from the edit suite.