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Date: 2009-05-20
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Graeme Nattress
Achieving The Terminator Salvation Look with Nattress Bleach Bypass Filter for Final Cut Pro
I've known Graeme Nattress, creator of Nattress Filters for Final Cut Pro, Color, and Motion, for a few years now. He has helped me with technical questions (he's one of the smartest people in the world when it comes to video and computer-related tech), we've had conversations about the future of digital filmmaking, and he's just an all-around great guy.
IOGEAR GUWAVKIT Wireless Audio/Video Kit
Display your notebook desktop on a flat screen TV
Ever wanted to connect your laptop PC to your flat panel TV without the cable clutter? What if you could do it wirelessly with no cables running from your computer at all so you can walk freely around a room with your laptop but still have full control of what is on the big screen? Connecting a computer to a TV is either difficult and confusing or not possible for most people because they don't have the cables for it.

nailgun* Schools ESPNU
Design/Production House Rebrands College Sports Network
What's life like on the campus of ESPNU? As envisioned by design/production studio nailgun*, for the rebrand of ESPN's college sports channel, it's a college sports-lovers paradise where stadium lights perfectly illuminate paths made of track and field lanes, and every other building is a different ballpark.
Keying virtual backgrounds for "Hellevator"
Three FX artists/video producers detail their FX techniques
In the past two to three years, I've been relying more and more on using green screen and chroma keying for my film and video work. After working with visual effects (FX) artists, I began to realize there is nothing complicated when using software to key virtual backgrounds and sets in.
Yosemite National Park. . .in High Definition 3D
Movie currently in production shot in HD 3D
While 3D films have been around since at least the 1950s, the technique of creating 3D movies gets revisited quite often. Back in the mid 1990s at SIGGRAPH in New Orleans, Sony showed a 3D film at one of its after hours parties at the Aquarium, to the delight of all who were invited to screen it. At this year's NAB trade show in Las Vegas, all the major camera manufacturers were showcasing 3D displays and some had 3D camera demonstrations in their booths.
InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics: Aligning objects
Aligning groups of objects
In this video, host David Blatner discusses aligning objects and how to align objects to the page itself. He begins with showing how to align a group of objects to the center of the page. he shows several ways to do this, starting with the simplest and easiest way to align an object.

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