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Date: 2010-02-08
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The R&D Tax Credit for Game Developers
For years, the video game development cycle has become increasingly difficult to sustain. Many software companies have begun to cope with the rising costs of developing games by outsourcing development, and with the current recession, this trend is continuing. In 1981, this country faced a similar economic downturn, and in order to counteract an increasing movement of jobs overseas, Congress enacted a federal tax credit designed to spur domestic investment in research and development.
BOND Edit's Claudia Reda Walker Cuts New International Pantene Campaign Featuring Giselle Bundchen
For Claudia Reda Walker, resident fashion/beauty editorial expert at full-service creative post house BOND, every commercial she works on is a chance to add something new, fresh and exciting to the genre. Her latest project -- a nine-spot campaign for Pantene, featuring supermodel Giselle Bundchen, created by agency Wing, New York (a division of Grey Global Group) -- is no exception

iFunia Video Converter Pro for Macintosh
iFunia's Video Converter Pro is an application that converts your video into a wide variety of formats, including AVI, WMV, AVCHD, MKV, FLV, H.264/AVC, MP4, MOV, 3GP and DV. It is straightforward to use and the results are very good to excellent. The application works in three simple steps; Source Setup/Add, Destination Setup, and Start Conversion/Start.
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Markers in use
In this clip, host Abba Shapiro specifies what each marker is supposed to be used for, such as color correction, fixing a shot, adding a title graphic . He details a shortcut on how to open up a marker, how to modify a marker, and change the color of the marker.
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Moving markers
In this clip, host Abba Shapiro specifies how precisely move markers to where you want them to be. He details several ways to move them, the first of which is numerically via the Edit Marker window, (which was the procedure to move markers in Final Cut Pro 1-6) as well as dragging them on the Timeline via the command key and dragging them on the Timeline, new in version 7. He also details how to remove markers from the Timeline.
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Markers
In this clip, host Abba Shapiro explains how to work with markers in Final Cut Pro 7. He explains what a marker is and why you would use it. A marker is a way that you can write a note to yourself when you are editing. He shows how to make a marker as well as how to modify a marker. He then looks at markers in a bit more detail, including how to add chapter markers, compression markers and Scoring markers, and what they do.

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