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On a recent broadcast commercial project, shot in Sony XDCAM, my goal was to do everything the four spots required within the Apple Final Cut Pro Studio environment, with one exception: there was no immediate reason to use DVD Studio Pro.
The K-Tek brand from M.Klemme Technology has long stood for superb quality at prices that any video pro or soundperson can afford. The K-Tek102 Boom is no exception: anyone who needs a boom can now get their hands on quality without having to hock their mic collection.
Consider the marvels of miniaturization. We're used to hearing about complex electronic circuits being shrunk smaller than the head of a pin, or millions of transistors reduced to an area tinier than a postage stamp.
It's a fact: high-resolution video requires a lot of space and very fast hard drive systems. Yet the fastest transfer speeds require fibre channel arrays, which initially were astronomically expensive
This tutorial outlines the guiding principles and techniques that can give your 3D animation a traditional stop-motion look. Although this particular project was done in Softimage|XSI version 4.2, each step is generalized to apply to most 3D applications.
The nine Boris Continuum Complete Rays filters offer similar functionality to produce varying lighting effects. This tutorial uses the Rays_Puffy filter, which spreads light from a source point for a soft, "puffy" appearance.