Also, some customers may be aware that in the past there was a not-so-secret way of enabling non-supported GPUs by the ‘hacking’ or removal of a text file. This is no longer necessary in Premiere Pro CC. As long as you have a reasonably modern card with at least 1GB of VRAM, you will still be able to enable that card in the Project Settings dialog.
TYLER STABLEFORD TALKS ABOUT HIS MOVE TO VIDEO, NON-PROFIT WORK AND THE FUTURE OF FILMMAKING | News Shooter
Photographer, cinematographer and director, Tyler Stableford, like many others, started shooting video in 2009 after the release of the EOS 5D mkII. Over the last three years it has completely changed his business and landed him some big name clients but he’s still a storyteller at heart. I met up with Tyler at this year’s NAB show for a brief chat about his work.
New Rokinon 16mm f/2.0 Wide-Angle Lens for APS-C and Micro Four Thirds
| B & H Photovideo
Rokinon has announced a new 16mm wide-angle manual-focus lens for DSLR and mirrorless cameras in both the APS-C and Micro Four Thirds formats. As a standard wide focal length with an f/2.0 maximum aperture, it is bound to please APS-C and Micro Four Thirds shooters who have been looking for just such a fast and versatile optic.
An incredible achievement – Roald Christessen builds his own raw cinema camera and grading software | EOSHD
The camera has a global shutter CCD sensor, which is the same Trusense (ex-Kodak) sensor used in the Ikonoskop. It gives a lovely cinematic image and very filmic colour with no rolling shutter skew. To see what I mean read my two-part shoot with the Ikonoskop here and watch the shootout footage vs the Blackmagic Cinema Camera below.
A Different Kind of Alchemy: From Amazon Studios Development Slate Script to Novel | Hollywonk
Then the screenplay was optioned by Amazon Studios, and because of the publicity it received, the publisher contacted me to suggest that I write the story as a novel. I told him that would get right on it, and emailed him the manuscript five minutes later. Timing is everything.
Judge Rules That Movie Studio Should Have Been Paying Interns | New York Times
A Federal District Court judge in Manhattan ruled on Tuesday that Fox Searchlight Pictures had violated federal and New York minimum wage laws by not paying production interns, a case that could upend the long-held practice of the film industry and other businesses that rely heavily on unpaid internships.
A LONGSHOT BULLSEYE: WHY HBO GREENLIT GAME OF THRONES | The Mary Sue
We had this pilot script and we were budgeting it and scratching our head whether we should go ahead and greenlight this, and we were trying to figure out the production challenges. We knew it had to be able to stand next to projects in this genre being done on the big screen yet with a more limited budget.
The Mac that Thunderbolt built: The newly compact Mac Pro | C|Net
Instead of empty PCI Express slots and vacant hard drive bays, the new Mac Pro will come with six 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 ports powered by three controllers separate controllers.
5 VIDEO TOOLS THAT WEREN'T MADE FOR VIDEO THAT YOU SHOULD KEEP IN YOUR GEAR BAG | VideoMaker
WASHER: These little circular discs that come packaged with nuts and bolts can be a videographer's best friend. You're in a hurry, you need to unscrew that bolt on the bottom of your tripod plate and you reach in your pocket for a dime - but come up with only a nickel.