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Best of MacVideo Interview 2011Has a video

29/12/2011

in Features

Rick Youjg
Featuring: Impressions of Final Cut Pro X: Steve Martin; Ned Soltz; Walter Murch talks about Final Cut Pro X; Gary Adcock - views on FCPX; Adobe; Avid; Smoke on the Mac and more; MTF electronic lens adapter for Canon EOS lenses available imminently for large sensor video cameras; Jon Thorn talks Thunderbolt & more; Sony NEX-FS100: Den Lennie, F-Stop Academy


Best of MacVideo Movies 2011Has a video

29/12/2011

in Features

Rick Young
10 of the best movies shown on MacVideo throughout 2011: featuring, Apple previews Final Cut Pro X; Walter Murch: the FCPX situation; Organising your footage using Final Cut Pro X; Michael Wohl - features of Final Cut Pro X; Shooting with the PMW-F3, Chasing the Ninja; Philip Bloom: Choosing the right camera for the job; Testing the Rycote softie



Episode 6: King of the EncodersHas a video

06/12/2011

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Rick Young
Telestream Product Manager, Kevin Louden, talks about Episode 6, which is regarded as being one of the fastest and highest quality encoders on the market. With a staggering array of encoding presets which can be customised to the user needs, Episode 6 offers a complete encoding solution for Mac and/or PC.


Telestream: Episode 6 presentation & demonstrationHas a video

06/12/2011

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Rick Young
Recorded live at MacVideo Expo, London, Octobr 18, 2011. Advanced distributed transcoding workflows for post using Episode 6. Telestream product specialist Johan Skaneby discusses important features in Episode multiformat encoding software.


Alex Lindsay - Founder Pixel CorpsHas a video

29/08/2011

in Features

Rick Young
From the MacVideo archive: Alex Lindsay, founder of the Pixel Corps, has been involved in computer graphics and computer animation for nearly 20 years. Alex has extensive experience in digital production including print, real-time graphics, multimedia titles, forensic animation, television, and film. He spent several years on the production of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (at JAK Films and then at Industrial Light and Magic). Alex has taught at the Academy of Art and at the San Francisco State Multimedia Studies Programs. He writes for 3D Magazine, 3D World, and Post.


Jon Thorn talks Thunderbolt & moreHas a video

10/08/2011

in Features

Rick Young
AJA's Jon Thorn provides detailed information about Thunderbolt technology and the impact this will have on the editing world. On show is an AJA technology preview, code named Phaser, incorporating 2 Thunderbolt connections for high-speed data transfer. This 5 part interview also covers other AJA products including Kona technologyy, FS2, Ki Pro Mini portable ProRes recorder and another technology demonstration code named Riker.



AJA and your pipelineHas a video

02/08/2011

in Features

Rick Young
From Acquisition to Edit and Conversion, AJA's updates and new products offer you a wealth of powerful tools. Ki Pro Mini, has gained new features for your acquisition needs for Apple ProRes workflows. KONA 3G enables 4K playout for the growing needs of high resolution camera capture and post workflows. The FS2, offers double the conversion capabilities and Fiber connectivity for production and post workflows of all stripes, including Dolby E encoding and decoding options


MacVideo Expo: Preparing for Final Cut Pro X (part 2)Has a video

12/06/2011

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Rick Young
6 well-known editors of the UK Final Cut Pro community, in turn, talk about about their hopes for Final Cut Pro X, their concerns, and how they are preparing for the impending change in editing technology.


Wii U: A Nintendo DS snapped in half? (Video)Has a video

09/06/2011

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Matt Peckham & Nick Barber
Nintendo calls its new split-in-two console Wii U, meant to signify "we, you," even if that sounds more like something you'd enroll in and eventually graduate from with a degree.


Adobe CS5.5: new features run-throughHas a video

31/05/2011

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Rick Young
Bill Roberts. Director of Video Product Management at Adobe, explains the debut of a subscription-based pricing plan, available from US$85 per month, to customers that want to try CS5.5, or use it on a project by project basis. Subscription Editions ensure customers with active subscriptions are always working with the most up-to-date versions of the software, without the upfront cost of full pricing.


Adobe CS5.5 Demo, latest version of the Adobe video suiteHas a video

31/05/2011

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Rick Young
Debuted in April, at NAB 2011, Adobe Creative Suite® 5.5 Production Premium, is a complete software solution for video and post-production that enables one to deliver content to virtually any screen. Described as having breakthrough performance, workflow improvements, creative innovations, and powerful new audio editing capabilities, this latest upgrade represents an improved workflow to video professionals.


Japan's NHK shows latest flexible OLED screen (Video)Has a video

25/05/2011

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Martyn Williams
Japan's public broadcaster, NHK (Nippon Hoso Kyokai), is making progress on the development of thin, flexible screens that might one day make a roll-up TV possible.


World Tech Update 22 April 2011 (Video)Has a video

22/04/2011

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Nick Barber
Apple alleges that Samsung copied the iPad, RIM's BlackBerry Playbook goes on sale, robots go where humans can't at the crippled nuclear power plant in Japan, Google lets US users customize maps and Kohler debuts a tech filled toilet.


Toshiba's Tablet arriving in June (Video)Has a video

20/04/2011

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Martyn Williams
Toshiba will launch its first tablet computer in late June in Japan and at around the same time in global markets, the company said Wednesday.


Maxim Jago: New workflows for Final Cut Pro with Adobe CS5 Production PremiumHas a video

27/03/2011

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Rick Young
This demonstration shows integration between Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro, which allows FCP users to access the whole suite of creative applications included in Production Premium, retaining original editing decisions from FCP and even working with original media, including ProRes, natively. Presentation by Maxim Jago, filmmaker and trainer.


Up close with the iPad 2 (Video)Has a video

03/03/2011

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Jason Snell
We've written a lot of words about the new iPad unveiled by Apple on Wednesday. But now you can see the iPad 2 in action in this video shot just after Wednesday's press event in San Francisco.


Rick Young - Final Cut Pro Tips and Tricks (part 1)Has a video

28/02/2011

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Rick Young
Rick Young demonstrates Final Cut Pro editing and workflow techniques; recorded at The Frontline Club; UKFCUG meeting, Feb. 24, 2011. Includes: dealing with a multitude of codecs and outputting to any format you want; selectively exporting from the Final Cut Pro Timeline; effective media management; how to clone a hard drive and protect yourself again disaster for the cost of an external drive


Fujitsu's Stylistic 550 tablet is enterprise focused (Video)Has a video

21/02/2011

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Martyn Williams & Peter Sayer
You don't have to look far, or wait long, for a new tablet PC to come along. They're the hot product of the season for PC makers and competition is fierce. Japan's Fujitsu is focusing on corporate-level features and security.


World Tech Update: MWC round-up (Video)Has a video

17/02/2011

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Nick Barber & Martyn Williams
Microsoft and Nokia disclose more about their partnership, Nvidia shows a quad-core processor for cell phones and there are new tablets and smartphones from a host of companies.


MWC: Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1 have bigger, better screens (Video)Has a video

15/02/2011

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Nick Barber
Samsung refreshed its lineup of tablets and smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.


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