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Date: 2009-06-15
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Setting up a Qmaster Cluster in Final Cut Studio's Compressor 3.x
Since I work on a Mac laptop featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, I need to take full advantage of that dual-core processing action when it comes to using Final Cut Studio's Compressor 3.x. I didn't realize that without setting up a Qmaster Cluster, I'm not taking full advantage of all processors available to me, even in a networked scenario.
Corel Painter Essential Training: Brush Size
Making adjustments to the Brush
In this clip, lynda.com host John Derry covers Brush sizes and how to change them based on your projects. This is probably the most important adjustment that you can make in Painter. There are three main ways in changing your brush size in Painter, and he shows all three ways to make changes to your brush size.

Corel Painter Essential Training: Brush variants
Revisiting the Brush Selector bar
In this clip, lynda.com host John Derry discusses Brushes, which he says are the heart of Painter. He describes Painter as a Brush Engine. John revisits the Brush Selector bar, covering the categories, such as chalk, oil pastels, charcoals, erasers, each of which is a section where you'll find variations of a particular medium.
Content Insider # 124 - Free Stuff
Someone Pays Even for the Free Lunch
There is a whole group of people who grew up on the Internet that believes everything that is out there should be free. Stewart Brand set the stage back in 1984 at the first Hacker's Conference when he said -- Information Wants To Be Free. Information also wants to be expensive. That tension will not go away. At the end of the day an organization has to put money in the cash register so bills will be paid and people will have food/shelter. There is no such thing as a free lunch.
Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX11-16mm f2.8 zoom lens
Tokina's 11-16mm f2.8 lens for DX cameras earns a TKO for king of the superwides
Have you ever been to a car show and tried to take a shot of that really hot car but couldn't back up far enough to fit it all into the frame because of some obstruction or the crowd of people being in the way? A situation I ran into back when I was shooting content for sites like Playboy was trying to shoot a model standing at the mirror in a cramped bathroom. Back then the widest lens on my film camera was a 24mm f2.8 and that still wasn't wide enough in situations like this.
Adesso M14 CyberTablet
The M14 is a decent solution for aspiring digital artists who need a graphics tablet to enhance their creative workflow
The Adesso M14 Cybertablet is a $199 graphics tablet that has a wealth of features for the price point. The tablet features dual writing surface capabilities, enabling you to match a 16:9 wide screen display or a 4:3 aspect ratio display, depending on your current display set up.

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