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Date: 2009-01-27
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Flash, SilverLight and Web browsers gaining support for MPEG-4
The new de-facto standard for delivering video over the Internet is MPEG-4; you may also know the standard by the more cryptic H.264 official standard code. In this article you will see how rich media technologies such as Flash and SilverLight are embracing MPEG-4. In addition, you will see how the Web browsers are also stepping up and supporting MPEG-4.
Anonymous Shows Off The Ford Flex
Anonymous Content director Andrew Douglas and JWT/Team Detroit take us on a nighttime ride in Flex, Ford's strikingly original, seven-passenger crossover. The 30-second spot opens on Flex as it deftly maneuvers through a lively section of the city, attracting attention everywhere.

10th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival Announces Call for Entries for its Action Sports Series
NBFF Partners with ChopShop to Produce Extreme Cinema Celebration
The Action Sports Series will spotlight independent filmmakers, athletes, visionaries, artists and designers who have shaped the Action Sports culture and captured its history with their innovation and creativity.
Compositor's Toolkit from Digital Juice
The Compositor's Toolkit is an awesome deal for an excellent product
As difficult as compositing using After Effects, Shake or Combustion might seem, sometimes it might just be the easiest part of your job. The hardest part is gathering elements to bring what's in your head to life. You either need to spend ridiculous amounts of money per shot, or you have to rent all the gear to shoot it yourself. Who has the time or money to do that? One HD shot of a "Cloud Chamber" from Art Beats is $300 for a 1920x1080, thirty-six second shot.
Sesame Workshop Design Staff Discovers Creative Control, Improved Productivity with Wacom's Cintiq
When Sesame Street launched as a children's television show in 1969, no one could have predicted what a worldwide phenomenon it would become. Inspired by Jim Henson, Big Bird, Grover and dozens of other Sesame Street Muppet characters now reach children in more than 140 countries through all forms of media, including television, books, magazines, home video and the Internet.
Using the Spotting Feature in Sonicfire Pro 5 Scoring Edition
Larry Jordan shows you how to use the new Spotting feature of Sonicfire Pro 5 to find music that will automatically match the key edit points in your video. Set markers to identify the key points in your video and the Spotting feature will deliver music tracks that are the best possible tempo having music beats match your visual events.

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