I’m not on Facebook, I’m not on Instagram. Having heard Zuckerberg speak it’s clear to me that he is not concerned with online privacy issues. So, it comes as no surprise that Facebook owned Instagram is changing its policies effective January 16, 2013.
From that date forward Instagram will [...]
I dove right into 10.0.6 with a project I am editing. It works a treat. It is great to be able to selectively paste settings between clips, something sorely missed in earlier versions. The new handling of compound clips will make it easier to use them as building blocks in timelines.
The share window has [...]
While everyone was busy working or busy keeping an eye on new iMacs and iPads Apple pushed out the FCP X update they promised back during NAB. The update is available via the App Store.
For those of us working with the C300, MXF support is now native though it requires third-party plug-ins to take [...]
Back in April I did a blog post about the Canon 5D Mark III and highlight issues within Aperture. I was seeing anomalies at the extremes of highlight recovery either due to exposure or the presence of highly saturated colors. This affected Canon 5D Mark III raw files but I don’t know if [...]
And the gold medal goes to… NASA, or at least it should for sending a nuclear powered Mini-Cooper sized rover to Mars and successfully sticking the landing.
It sounds improbable – this rover is large, not like the gizmos we’ve sent in the past. And in order to land it without destroying it a parachute [...]
In previous posts I covered getting the C300′s MXF files into your computer to begin work within NLE’s but what if you need to quickly get many clips to a client for review? The MXF format is not native to many operating systems and the footage needs to remain within its captured file [...]
Apple just released the Safari 6.0 update for Lion (10.7).
The good news is that it looks like it does away with the annoying animation whereby new web pages often fly in from the corners of the browser window.
The get-used-to-it news is that the search window is gone, now it is integrated into the [...]
Canon C300 footage requires that it remain in the same folder structure as the CompactFlash cards it was recorded on in order for it to be accessible to NLEs. You can work right off of a CF card but you are best served backing up the card first so that you have something to work [...]
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