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The Foundry Ships Nuke 7.0

The Foundry said the newest version of Nuke, its widely used digital compositing system, is shipping now. The company focused on performance enhancements in Nuke 7, as well as support for the Alembic graphics interchange framework and OpenEXR v2 Deep … more »


Sony Prices the F5, F55, and More

At a launch event last night in Los Angeles, Sony officially announced the U.S. prices for its upcoming F5 and F55 cameras and accessories, due in February 2013. Keep in mind that these are list prices. As resellers start announcing … more »


Red Giant PluralEyes 3.1 Adds Avid Support on the Mac

With the release of PluralEyes v3.1 for Mac OS X 10.7.5 and 10.8, Red Giant's syncing application now supports the export of synchronized timelines directly to Avid Media Composer on the Mac, in addition to Final Cut Pro and Premiere … more »

Matrox MXO2 I/O Devices Now Support Latest Versions of Avid and Premiere Pro

Matrox has updated its MXO2, MXO2 MAX and Mojito MAX families of products with a unified driver to take advantage of recent updates to Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro. If you record voice-overs during your edit in Premiere … more »


Boris Unveils Final Effects Complete 7 AE and AVX

Boris has updated to version 7 the company's Final Effects Complete plug-in suite for both After Effects and Avid users on Mac and Windows. The 32-bit float package, which goes far beyond the basic Cycore suite included with After Effects, … more »

DCP Survival Tips for Indie Filmmakers

You finished making your movie, and all of your time, money and effort paid off. Your film is a finalist at a major film festival. Now it’s time for the screening. Lights are dimmed, and the audience is humming with … more »


Christie Bows Smaller, More Affordable Digital Cinema Projector

Perhaps the key to more widespread digital cinema adoption is a wider selection of projectors, particularly those created for smaller venues and post facilities that find the existing costs of entry far too prohibitive. At Showeast this week the appearance … more »


Method Studios Renders Genre- and Time-Bending Dreams for Cloud Atlas

David Mitchell, author of Cloud Atlas, never dreamed his sweeping, time-, identity- and gender-shifting novel in six interlaced stories would make it onto the screen. “It’s a shame this is unfilmable," he has admitted thinking while writing it. "This will … more »


Five (or So) Questions for The Foundry and Luxology

The Foundry and Luxology surprised many in September when the two companies announced they would join forces to co-develop future products. During the excitement we got The Foundry's CEO Bill Collis, Simon Robinson, a Foundry co-founder and its chief scientist, … more »


Five Questions in the Wake of Disney’s Lucasfilm Acquisition

I keep trying to imagine what a Star Wars movie would feel like if it opened with one of Disney's magic-castle logos instead of the rolling drum beats of the 20th Century Fox fanfare. It's hard to imagine, but it … more »