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Technical (61 Tutorials)

Boris FX: How to be Broadcast Safe with Continuum

Boris FX: How to be Broadcast Safe with Continuum

November 27, 2018

Learn how to make sure your videos are broadcast safe and stay within the broadcast standard legal color ranges with the Broadcast Filter from Boris FX.

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Optimizing your System for Adobe Video / Audio Applications

Optimizing your System for Adobe Video / Audio Applications

October 17, 2018

Adobe shares information and recommendations for optimizing your system to get the most out of the latest Adobe video and audio tools.

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Hot Tip! Removing Old Versions of Adobe Products on Your Mac

Hot Tip! Removing Old Versions of Adobe Products on Your Mac

October 17, 2018

If you’ve been collecting legacy versions of Adobe software on your Mac for safety, but you’re running out of space, here’s some advice on how to remove the bloat.

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Burning Question: How do I know if I have a 6th Gen Intel CPU for Premiere Pro CC 2019 (13.0)?

Burning Question: How do I know if I have a 6th Gen Intel CPU for Premiere Pro CC 2019 (13.0)?

October 17, 2018

Want to know if your CPU on your computer is powerful enough to run the October 2018 release of Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Media Encoder CC? Here’s how to know if your computer will run it.

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Using Tally Lights with Telestream Wirecast

Using Tally Lights with Telestream Wirecast

June 19, 2018

Tally lights let your on-air personality know which camera is live and what is up next on the agenda. Essentially, its very useful for a multi-camera set up for your live productions.

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RealFlow | Maya: Installation Tutorial, Plus Next Limit Release Information

RealFlow | Maya: Installation Tutorial, Plus Next Limit Release Information

May 23, 2018

High-end Multi-physics Simulation Inside Autodesk Maya®. We’ve also included a RealFlow | Maya: Installation video if you want to try the demo.

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Premiere Pro: 17 Tips to Work Faster and Smarter

Premiere Pro: 17 Tips to Work Faster and Smarter

May 15, 2018

In this tutorial, Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid explains tons of tips, tricks and even hacks, from trimming to file management and more, to help you edit better, faster and smarter in Premiere Pro.

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Digital Anarchy Transcriptive v1.1.1 tutorial on Power Search beta panel

Digital Anarchy Transcriptive v1.1.1 tutorial on Power Search beta panel

March 26, 2018

Jim explains, “You can now download Transcriptive 1.1 and try our new Power Search beta panel! This makes it quick and easy to find the timecode for a phrase in a Premiere Pro project.” Here's a tutorial to explain more.

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In Depth: Brilliant (and Possibly Dangerous) Future Video and Audio Technologies

In Depth: Brilliant (and Possibly Dangerous) Future Video and Audio Technologies

August 7, 2017

When I was a kid, I’d watch Star Trek and The Jetsons and be in awe of the ability to teleport or fly around with a jetpack or flying car. While those technologies have been tough to bring to reality, some of the technologies for film, video, and audio are just on the horizon or already in existence. This technology will help filmmakers fix botched lines, avoid retakes, make actors look younger, and even bring an actor back to life who died during filming. We’re going to cover a lot of cool technology in this article, technology that also has high potential to have ethical issues attached to it if it becomes available to consumers.

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Animated Counter Numbers in After Effects

Animated Counter Numbers in After Effects

March 28, 2017

Animating a counter was one of the first things I ever had to create in After Effects, and it wasn’t tough, but there are a few “gotchas”.

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Setting up a Remote Dongle Server for V-Ray

Setting up a Remote Dongle Server for V-Ray

November 16, 2015

“If you’re a V-Ray user, there’s no doubt you get a bit paranoid about losing your dongle, especially when out in public.” – Dave Gigard

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Simple workarounds and fixes for the two biggest causes of After Effects crashes

Simple workarounds and fixes for the two biggest causes of After Effects crashes

January 29, 2015

Does After Effects CC 2014.2 (13.2) crash on you?  One of these 2 fixes from Adobe may help clear up the problem.

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How Set-up a Wacom Tablet for AE or CINEMA 4D

November 17, 2014

Jeff Foster, aka Pixelpainter, explains setting up the Wacom Intuos tablet for the time consuming and often tedious job of rotoscoping in After Effects. If you are rotoscoping or painting in AE (or any program), I’d highly recommend using a Wacom. It will save your sanity! And, here’s an older tutorial from yours truly about setting up a Wacom tablet for CINEMA 4D.

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Avid Media Composer 7

Avid Media Composer 7

September 2, 2014

Get assistance, answers, and insights and start editing now—watch Avid’s 5-part tutorial series dedicated to the success of new users.

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Set up Ray Switching in Seconds by Using a VRay Ray Switcher Script

August 29, 2014

Ray switching is a quick way to save time on renders, and you can do that quickly with the VRay Ray Switcher.

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