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Date: 2013-02-04
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Kia & Mercedes Superbowl Ads, Veyron Public Road, & Chrysler Products Galore!
It's that time of year when new Super Bowl commercials come out and we have Mercedes and Kia's newest! A guy who is lucky enough to own a Bugatti Veyron is even more lucky when he gets to close down a public road and to put it plainly, go FAST! Also, we have a slew of news from Chrysler and all their model plans for the next few years. That's all today on Fast Lane Daily, hosted by Derek D! Enjoy your weekend and the Super Bowl!Download the FLD App!http://bit.ly/fld-appMercedes Super Bowl Commercial:http://youtu.be/oPNr0_6MnDoKia Super Bowl Commercial:http://youtu.be/t535BjVmXq8Bugatti Veyron closed road fun:http://youtu.be/ECXgpTkZH0UFLD Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/fastlanedailyFLD Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/fastlanedailyDerek D Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/theDerekDFLD on Instagram:FastLaneDailyHave a tip? Email us:tips@fastlanedaily.comFLD T-shirts:http://fastlanedaily.spreadshirt.comLink to watch Fast Lane Daily on iTunes:http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/fast-lane-daily/id525614536
Newborn Clydesdale Bound for Super Bowl Stardom
Clydesdale horses have had a starring role in Super Bowl commercials for decades. This year, there's a new star of the spot: a baby Clydesdale born Jan. 16 at Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville, Missouri. And consumers get to pick a name.

Super Bowl commercials create buzz for brands
At a cost of about $4 million (USD) for 30 seconds, Super Bowl ads are already building buzz. And advertisers hope to use social media to promote their products even after the game is over. Bob Mezan reports.
Mark Syncs the Spot
Learn how to use markers to replace the legacy in/out marks to create manual sync points
One of the most missed features of legacy Final Cut Pro is persistent in and out marks. That is to say, once in and out marks are set in a clip, they remain exactly where they are, as a part of the clip, until explicitly changed or removed. Unfortunately, this arguably essential feature for digital video editing did not make it into Final Cut Pro X. If you set in and out points on a clip then deselect that clip and reselect it, the in and out marks are gone. While it is true that you can use ratings, like Favorites, in FCPX to create persistent clip selections, in and out points have valuable uses beyond just marking a usable portion of a video clip.
The Art of the Trailer: Two Years in 30 Seconds
The trailer plays a major role in the marketing and ultimate success of a feature motion picture. This on-screen advertisement is so engrained in popular culture that most of the time it is taken for granted by movie goers. But industry marketing veterans know the trailer is the first and last chance to create a lasting impression on an audience. Most trailers range in length between 30 seconds and two minutes. It's within that short time span that the viewer will pick up on hundreds of cues about the movie. In the blink of an eye he will determine the genre, the gist of the story, the aesthetic and level of production. By the end of the trailer the viewer might well determine the fate of the movie. Is it a must-see or to-be-avoided?
DaVinci Resolve Provides Color Correction for Short Horror Film 'Dead Man's Lake'
When colorist Patrick Inhofer was first contacted by the filmmakers for the short film horror anthology website BloodyCuts.co.uk, he knew right away that he wanted to be involved. The Bloody Cuts team shares a love and passion for horror films and has presented the anthology online as a free web series. As an accomplished colorist, and the founder of the website Tao of Color Grading.com, Patrick realized that he could put his professional skills to work, both by grading their films and by using them to teach aspiring colorists how to grade using the latest developments in color correction.

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