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Date: 2008-09-23
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Witches' Hats in 3D for Photoshop
It's that time again. Time for some more 3D Photoshop files. Here is a simple file, actually three for you to play around with. In Photoshop CS3 Extended, you can jump into the 3D texture and modify the UV material to customize your 3D model. Of course you can also use clipping layers to do some really simple color modification as well.
Olympus DSLR E-420
New Olympus camera is tiny, light and takes great photos
The E-420 is a modern digital camera with a couple of styling touches that bring back memories of the company's film cameras. It features a 10 megapixel Four Thirds sensor (which is a standard sensor size used by many digital camera manufacturers measuring 17.3mm x 13mm compared to the larger APS-C sensor which is 15.8mmx23.6mm or full frame sensor at 36.0mm x 23.9mm ).

Global TV uses Antics Pre-viz for quick turnaround and flexibility
Station uses Antics Pre-viz to fill in the gaps of the story with an animated visual component
Antics has been used on a number of Global TV news stories for use as on-air supplemental coverage. Whether it be a crime scene re-enactment, car crash, new building development visualization or a proposed light rail network, Global TV will continue to use Antics Pre-viz to fill in the gaps of the story with an animated visual component.
Keeping the 'Old School' happy
Innovation, Market-share and Vegas Pro 8c
All creative technologies are inherently cultural. Designed to serve the conjoined bastard twins of 'creative process' and 'industry', technology systems (in particular software) invariably have their development conformed to cultural demands as much, if not more so, than technical ones.
Windows Vista Essential Training: Drivers
Hooking up your old devices to your Windows Vista PC
In this video training series, Lynda.com instructor Jeff Van West discusses the wonderful topic of device drivers. He defines what a driver is, what it does and how it affects your system, and how your OS communicates with devices such as scanners, printers, hard drives, and DVDs. Some of the topics he discusses include how to search for drivers on the Internet if needed, and how to work in the device manager to set up your devices.
Abaltat Muse 2.0
As producers and editors know, the one thing that can completely tank your promo, show or short film is a bad piece of music. The problem is that having a piece of music composed for your show can be expensive, and picking a piece of music out of a stock library can be hit and miss. You could find an awesome track, and then go home and hear the exact same piece of music on the new "Burger Joint" commercial.

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