Posts Tagged ‘2014’
Get all the deals for filmmakers in this 2014 Black Friday deal roundup.
Adobe’s latest announcement offers improved features, especially for color grading and 6K workflows.
Today Vimeo announced a ContentID system called Copyright Match, to tackle the issue of music being used illegally on the video network. Is your music being flagged on Vimeo? Here’s what you need to know.
It’s 60 years after the initial Godzilla roar terrified audiences members, but music experts are now using microscopes to take the sound into the 21st century.
Nikon’s latest announcement introduces a super-telephoto lens and teleconverter to the photography world.
Instead of buying new expensive glass try buying old lenses with adapters.
Having trouble pulling a clean chroma key? We share an After Effects tutorial full of tips for keying green or blue screen footage.
Learn the new ARRI AMIRA interface with this awesome simulator.
Richard Harrington offers free slides from his “Getting Organized Before You Edit” talk from NAB 2014.
Adobe is scaling back the sales of their CS6 software suite. CS6 will not be sold through certain volume-licensing plans or resellers.
Find your inner child with this Easter Egg hunt through Adobe After Effects.
Using Schlieren Flow Visualization you can capture the unseen movements of air in-camera.