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Date: 2013-07-05
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On Patrol with "Snow Guardians:" Life on Ski Patrol Caught on Film with DaVinci Resolve and HyperDeck Shuttle
In the autumn of 2010, documentarian Carson Garner had an idea for a ten minute short about the ski patrol in Bozeman, Montana. The Northern Rocky Mountains would provide a picturesque backdrop to a compelling story about the search and rescue teams and their work to prevent catastrophic avalanches and respond to emergencies, with seemingly unmatched bravery and passion. Even with the overwhelming generosity of friends, strangers, and corporate sponsors, it was a challenging project. In freezing temperatures, at high altitudes, a tight deadline and a small budget, the team needed equipment that could perform efficiently and inexpensively. DaVinci Resolve and HyperDeck Shuttle were two essential products used to complete the project.
When the Shirt Should Be Blue, Not Green
Solutions to Synchronize Data
You have just been hired as an animator to design the characters for an upcoming film. You are located in India, while your co-worker, who is designing the background scenes, is located in New Zealand and other artists around the world are working together to finalize this elaborate production. In a last minute decision, the director decides the lead character should have a blue shirt, rather than a green one. You have made the appropriate changes to your character, however, your colleagues did not receive news of the change as soon as you did and continue making edits to the green-shirted character.

Time Warner Cable Brings TV to Xbox
Time Warner Cable will be adding their live TV streaming application to the Xbox Live Marketplace later this summer.
A Discussion With Ron Avery, mptv President
Photography agencies often get a bad rap these days. Just the mention of them usually conjures memories of unflattering celebrity candids captured by ruthless and frenzied paparazzi, or eye-catching, but oddball stock shots of models interacting with generic food products. One agency, however, stands out for its commitment to sharing unforgettable moments in a way that respects photographers' craft, as well as the subjects they capture.
Top Tech Stories of the Day: Microsoft Releases 'refined' Windows, Revs up Developers
Microsoft releases 'refined' Windows, revs up developers. Microsoft moves from short twitch to rapid response at Build 2013. Amazon, PBS expand streaming partnership
The Window How the Wired World Works
The Window is a documentary series about how the world works. Well pull back the curtain on the extraordinary places we hear and about, but rarely get to see inside. The Window takes us on a tour of amazing facilities, factories, lab and landmarksthe infrastructure of the WIRED world, as seen through the eyes of the people who work there.

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