by Maximilian Simson Are you looking for an affordable but also electronic macro lens? Or maybe you have an old kit lens, that’s just sitting around, collecting dust since your last upgrade? Well, then read on, because in this article I am going to share one cool hack that will allow you too transform almost any […]Read more "HOW TO EASILY CONVERT YOUR KIT LENS INTO A MACRO LENS!"
by Premiere Gal Learn how to turn your low resolution graphic or logo to a high resolution scalable vector graphic in Photoshop. You’ll learn how to remove backgrounds, blur edges, and use Curves to apply contrast in order to smooth out the pixels to make your logo usable for all sorts of future design work! […]Read more "Convert a Low Resolution Logo into a High Res Vector Graphic in Photoshop"
by Charles Haine, nofilmschool Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You Users installing the newest refresh of Final Cut Pro might have seen a warning that their media won’t be supported in the future. Apple has put out a full support note giving more information and context to help filmmakers […]Read more "Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You"
by Josh Brown Here’s the deal: The HEIF image format, which Apple uses ever since iOS 11 in the form of HEIC files, is a great alternative to JPEG. But HEIC is still not yet adopted widely. Today, we’d like to introduce you to our simple, secure & 100% free WALTR HEIC Converter. It converts […]Read more "Introducing the WALTR HEIC Converter. But what is it?"
by jpeg.io No software to download and entirely browser based… just drag your image into the dropspace here, and jpeg.io will convert it into a progressive JPEG and then optimize it using an advanced JPEG optimization technology. Jpeg.io is a free online interface for rapidly and conveniently converting your images into highly optimized JPEGs using […]Read more "Convert any major image format into a highly optimized JPEG"
by ilgattohanuovecode.it Motion 5 roundtrip from Final Cut Pro X What is Final cut to Motion? Final cut to motion is a free app for sending the whole timeline from Final Cut to Motion. Just export your project as .fcpxml (File > Export XML), upload it here and download a motion project. Supports: Video Clips […]Read more "Final Cut to Motion, Round-tripped FREE!"
November 4, 2015 by Simian Encode web ready video simply and experience perfect playback every time. It’s as simple as drag and drop. The Simian Real Time Video Encoder Lite™ is a desktop utility that makes video encoding fast and easy by producing web-ready and optimized video in a fraction […]Read more "REAL TIME VIDEO ENCODER LITE™ (RTVE-L)"
September 17, 2014 by Sony The complex world of media production requires powerful media management. Catalyst Browse, a cross-platform viewing and logging tool for all Sony Pro formats, offers streamlined media management that simplifies your workflow and secures your content. Catalyst Browse is a FREE media assistant that lets you browse files from your device […]Read more "So, You Need to Ingest Different Sony Video Files…?"
April 5, 2013 So, I’ve been working with learning more of After Effects this week. I’m a Final Cut Pro 7 user, and wanted to know how to import my FCP7 project into AE CS5 to add more effects & grading. Upon further research, I found these two videos… from Hugo Goudswaard My first tutorial […]Read more "Final Cut Pro to After Effects"
January 29, 2013 By Bryant Frazer / Studio Daily New Technology Is Said to Require Half the Bit Rate of H.264 at Same Quality Levels The ITU has approved the new High Efficiency Video Coding standard (HEVC) for high-quality, low-bandwidth video. The new standard, also known as H.265, will require about half the bit rate […]Read more "The New Low-Bandwidth HEVC/H.265 Video Coding Standard"