by movieairtime One of the best and most FREE accurate movie and tv show episode tracker apps! Easily track the release date for 1000s of the most popular movies and tv shows in the world. Follow in a nice & clean countdown timer until its airtime. Just search and find your favorite TV show and […]Read more "Airtime – track new movie & tv show releases, free"
June 20, 2014 by Joe Berkowitz Non Sequitur Media created a video of 10,000 movies playing simultaneously that allows you to zoom in and toggle between them, if you can handle that. The question of what to watch has become a lot more complicated recently. Sure, there are shows some of us follow each week, […]Read more "Warning: This Interactive Video of 10,000 Movies Playing At Once May Make Your Brain Explode"
December 12, 2013 by joblo.com This video caught my eye on youtube today, since it was titled “Final Cut 2013 – A Cinema Tribute.” Thinking it had something to do with FCPX or FCP7, I took a look. I was pleasantly surprised, too. Check it out… this is taken from the youtube page: Well […]Read more "Final Cut 2013 – A Cinema Tribute"
August 14, 2013 by Christopher Breen, MacWorld As a newish Mac user, you may wonder what allows your computer to display pictures and play music and movies. Wonder no longer. This bit of media magic is performed by something called QuickTime. Originally developed in 1991 as a multimedia technology that accompanied the System 6 operating […]Read more "Using Quicktime X"
August 4, 2012 by Evan Luzi Filmmaking isn’t always fun. Sometimes it can suck — and suck pretty hard. I’ve made no secret of that fact having been dragged through 17 hour days, dealt with executive producers on power trips, and making mistakes of my own. But those are big picture items and the truth […]Read more "50 Things That Suck for Camera Assistants (and 50 Things That Don’t)"
July 24, 2011 By Dan Moren, Macworld.com You’ve got iTunes to organize your music and iPhoto to organize your pictures. But what about your videos? Do you just let them sprawl, willy-nilly, all over your hard drive? ManyTricks’s Usher attempts to bring your movies, TV shows, home videos, and more under one roof, undivided, with […]Read more "Many Tricks Offers “Usher”"
April 19, 2011 by Kyle Cassidy, VideoMaker One of the advantages of living at the end of 100 years of motion picture editing is that we have access to the collected wisdom of many film and television editors. Every day on TV and in the movies, we see conventions of editing that build upon the […]Read more "Editing Tip: Cutting on Action"