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Date: 2012-05-15
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Improving UX on the Cheap
Perfecting your apps UX can be a costly endeavor. But adequate planning and tightly focused study groups can keep costs under control while ensuring the finished product is of high quality.
Color Grading 'The Courier' with Louisiana's Films In Motion and Colorist Omar Godinez
'The Courier' was shot using RED cameras, with RED media copied from the editor's RAID into Film In Motion's RAID 5 system
Shot and finished in Louisiana, 'The Courier' joined massive features such as 'Battle LA' and the 'Twilight' movies, as well as the host of independent films and television series that have transformed the state into the fastest growing region in the US for feature and television work. So while faced with the need to create a blockbuster look on a tight budget, the producers of the film needed to join forces with local post professionals that had experience handling all levels of production. To finish the film, the filmmakers chose Baton Rouge's Films In Motion.

Twixtor: 30p to 24p in After Effects
RE:Vision Effects does one thing, image manipulation. And they do it very well
Twixtor, from Re:Vision Effects, Inc., has been around for a while. It works with Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro (X and 7), Autodesk combustion, flame, Maya Composite, Avid, Foundry Nuke, Sony Vegas Pro, and several others. It changes speed, timing, and frame rates of footage (frame rate conversion is currently only available with After Effects or Combustion). Twixtor does this by warping and interpolating new frames from the original footage using RE:Vision's proprietary tracking technology to calculate every individual pixel's motion in a sequence.
Content Insider 228 - NAB Wrap
Content Anywhere, Anytime Needs to be Monetized, Saved
NAB is the second most popular event for us to attend because we like to see how prehistoric our years in TV were compared to today and it's like light years. This year we're way beyond pushing stuff to the tube. The content people are sending stuff to everything. We know that's not a brilliant observation but what literally blows us away is how the industry is now able to do it so precisely to your mobile device, in the right format, even at the right time and BAM!!! With the right ads around it that are of most interest to you. It is so elegant. Oh sure they're not exactly certain what your threshold of pain will be for the volume of ads but they're working on that. Oh and NAB was cloudy too. We're going to have to revisit this again...shortly but for now...
Dish Network's 'Auto-Hop' Doesn't Skip Commercials, It Removes Them Entirely
Dish Network's Auto-Hop isn't a 30-sec skip or a fast-forward. It's more like a feature that removes the commercials entirely. The only catch: viewers can skip the ads starting at 1 a.m. the day after initial airing.
Video Game Careers: Game Development / Can I Make My Own Video Game?
Learn what it takes to make your own video game in this Howcast video about video game careers, game development, and game design.

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