Wednesday, July 11, 2012

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Life after Red | Michael N. Sutton | RedUser
Not surprisingly, Mike Sutton's column yesterday that mentions RED prompts some fiery response in the RedUser forum:
I think the point of my article is missed here. Its about progress and making better products as well as company policies, practices, etc in the end. If you think its okay to ban someone for speaking honestly or threatening lawsuits over names like Scarlet for TV's is okay then none of what I write will be acknowledged anyway. Attacking my spelling is fine if that's all you got. I am not a writer I am a shooter.

WEEK 2: Setting Up Your Color Correction Workspace | Patrick Inhofer
| Splicevine
Patrick continues his series on Color Correction, this week: Optimizing Your Room For Color Correction
The point of an external monitor is simple.
It bypasses your computer’s color management system, which is off-loaded to the monitor. The monitor is fed from a specialized board or box that’s hooked up to your computer with special software drivers installed. You enable this board or box in your NLE or color grading app and it routes the video signal to this specialized hardware and into your external monitor.

MacBreak Studio - Episode 173: Time-stretching Audio Without Affecting Pitch in FCPX | YouTube
Steve Martin talks about retiming your audio in Final Cut Pro X. He shows to Mark Spencer how you can stretch out the audio in your project to its desired length without affecting its pitch.

The F65 Project on Vimeo | BH2 | Vimeo
The F65 Project was created to explore this amazing camera. It's pro's, con's and everything it has to offer. There will be a series of short films, followed by a "Lets Talk about It" video to explain workflow, camera settings, post, accessories used and anything else used to produce that particular...

A couple more slo-mo shots with the Sony NEX-FS700:
Eerste beelden Sony NEX FS700 | StudioMAD
First test with our Sony NEX-FS700 and Metabones adapter.
Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Shots on 200 - 400 - 800 fps

Fireworks with the FS700 Super Slo Motion | Thaddeus Setla | Vimeo
I was in Benicia at the waterfront using the Sony FS700 for the first time with the fireworks and I absolutely loved the capabilities at 120fps. I was using the ZEISS ZF.2 35mm f1.4 lens with the novoflex adaptor.

ikan Proudly Introduces the MR7— A True Director’s Monitor! | Planet5D
ikan announces the fully equipped MR7 high definition field monitor, packed with features that cannot be found in its price range. With built-in H.264 recording abilities for instant playback, optional wireless transmitter and handheld rig, it will have your director and set-heads salivating untethered from the camera, eliminating those awkward over-the-shoulder moments of checking the shot.

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