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Date: 2011-12-16
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Spain's ImasBlue Goes from the Usual to the Exceptional with Estrella Damm and DaVinci Resolve
Whatever the hindsight, or occasion, what's a summertime get together without cold beers and quality food? The commercial was filmed in HD on-site at ElBulli in Catalonia, and in the region of Costa Brava. Artola and Coixel's team of 70 people utilized two RED One cameras, an ARRI Alexa and a Canon 5D Mark II at 25 and 100 frames per second. The footage was cut over the course of 22 days using Final Cut Pro. To effectively construct the cinematic tone for "La Campana del Verano," Moncho applied DaVinci Resolve's secondary color correction controls for curve grading, leveraging the tools to change luminance value and adjust the associated saturation.
Matchpoint Studios Elects ATEM for First US Presidential Debate Transmitted Live to Web
Headquartered in Tampa, Matchpoint is recognized as a national, full service, state of the art production and post production corporation, offering a one stop shop for clients looking for powerful, tailored creative services and solutions. Not an ordinary studio by any stretch of the imagination, Matchpoint hosts one of the most talented and experienced creative teams in the industry. Their award winning directors, DP's, graphic artists, creatives, engineers and editors form a diverse team that has seen and done it all... up until recently.

Importing from iMovie
There are two ways to import iMovie assets into Final Cut Pro - import just the iMovie Events, or import the iMovie projects
It's possible you may have dabbled with video editing in iMovie, that it was your first introduction into video editing. If so, then you can easily bring those iMovie gems to a whole new luster by importing the events and projects you created in iMovie directly into Final Cut Pro. Once there, you can take advantage of all the high-end new features that iMovie could only aspire to have. There are two ways to import iMovie assets into Final Cut Pro, either import just the iMovie Events, or import the iMovie projects. This tutorial explains how to do both.
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Importing video from an iSight or Facetime camera
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Just as the options for what you want to import have increased, so have the steps for import decreased, as FCP now takes over many of the tasks previously required of you. Simply make selections on what you want to import, and how you want to import it, and Final Cut Pro goes to work in the background to organize, transcode and optimize footage, freeing you up to get started on the most important task of all - viewing and editing the story you want to tell.
Giovanni Bucci's Feverish "Addictions" Video Grabs Hold
A multi-disciplinary creative who works along the whole production process, in "Addictions" Bucci combines green screen, stop motion animation, filming with macro, motion graphics, visual effects and employs the Canon 7D with a 16-35mm Canon lens, with some shots created with the GoPro HD.

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