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  • Red Giant’s Universe Expands


    Red Giant Universe Screen Grab

    VFX software company, Red Giant, this week released an update to their Universe offering. Included in the update are a handful of new free and premium effects, native-style transitions for Premiere Pro CC and CC2014, and support for Sony Vegas.

  • Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Now Features XAVC-S and a Lower Price Tag


    Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10 portable digital camera

    Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is a digital still camera with an integrated zoom lens, and a decent one, but at $1,300 it’s tough not to consider the NEX or alpha series cameras. Sony’s fancy mirrorless and DSLR cameras certainly offer bang for the buck.

  • Get a Dog’s-Eye-View with GoPro’s Fetch


    GoPro's fun and cute Fetch harness accessory for GoPro action cameras

    GoPro has released Fetch, a dog harness mount accessory, into the wild - literally - for their popular action sports cameras. Fetch takes all of the fun of creative camera placement and makes it more comfortable for participating pooches.

  • Arri Announces 4K ProRes Upgrade Coming for AMIRA


    ARRI today announced an upcoming upgrade to their documentary style camera, the AMIRA, to allow it to record ProRes Ultra High Definition (UHD) files. This marks the first ARRI camera to record UHD files in-camera.

  • Fight! OnePlus One Smartphone Takes on Canon 5D Mark III


    OnePlus One - the DSLR killing smartphone

    Even though the Canon 5D Mark III is a couple of years old, and no longer the top of the DSLR resolution food chain, it is still, for many, the go to cinema DSLR. Full frame, improved feature set from the legendary 5D Mark II, and a plethora of Canon and third party lenses and accessories still place the 5D Mark III in the hands of more DSLR filmmakers and video producers than any other DSLR, save perhaps the Mark II.

  • Getting Started With Adobe After Effects


    After Effects in Action - A composite of a cartoon over live footage

    The possibilities for creating animations with Adobe After Effects are pretty close to limitless. We can composite complex scenes, add thousands of lens flares to Star Trek footage, or create fun graphics without any live action footage whatsoever.

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