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Date: 2009-10-05
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When Eyeball and Momix Combine, "Art Expands" for Target's "Art for All" Project
Dressed in brilliant red and vibrant white body suits, five Momix dancers fold, unfold and refold themselves into a swirl of origami-like patterns in "Art Expands (:60)," motion designer Eyeball's third inspired project for Target's "Art for All" video installation series, which is displayed on giant LED screens outside the Staples Center, in downtown Los Angeles.
Sony Sound Forge 10
Sony unleashes a robust update to its flagship audio recording and editing application
Sony Creative Software has reached a major milestone with its September 2009 release of Sound Forge 10. Few applications survive all the way to high version numbers. But not only has the latest version of Sony's audio recording and editing program survived, it continues to thrive with a bevy of new features that keep you wondering how you ever worked without them.

Third Party Plug-Ins/Apps For Final Cut Pro
iFunia, idustrial revolution Volumetrix 2 Transitions and DVShade EasyLooks 2.5/LiveToon 1.0
Time for another edition of my third party plug-ins and software apps for Final Cut Pro (FCP). This time around, I take a look at the powerful and easy-to-use (with a ton of codec options) iFunia Video Converter Pro, FxFactory 2.1 and idustrial revolution's Volumetrix 2 transitions, and FxFactory 2.1 and DVShade's EasyLooks 2.5 and LiveToon 1.0.
Sony Vegas Pro Split Screen Previews
There's a handy feature lurking inside your Sony Vegas Pro Video Preview Monitor that can help you work smarter
Every software application seems to have at least one tool that is both a blessing and curse. For many NLEs it's a ripple edit mode that is one part super-terrific and other part the dastardly evil-doer that wreaks havoc on your timeline.
Pegasys, Inc.'s TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress with Leadtek SpursEngine Hardware accelerator
MPEG-2/MPEG-4 hardware accelerator
TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress is a video encoder application along the lines of Sorenson Squeeze, Apple's Compressor, and Adobe's Media Encoder. It has been around for quite a while, but doesn't seem to get the press that the other tools get, despite the output quality being very good. The application offers support for NVIDIA's CUDA technology as well as Leadtek's SpursEngine hardware accelerator.
Ray Flash hot shoe flash ring-light adapter
Its not just for fashion photography, the Ray Flash works exceptionally well for macro work, commercial product, other uses
Designed to work with several on camera hot shoe flashes from Nikon and Canon, the Ray Flash ring light adapter is much more affordable, and portable, than the typical ring light made for studio strobe use.

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