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Vimeo Acquires Livestream and Say Hello to Vimeo Live!

Well, Vimeo just got a lot more interesting as the most popular ad-free video upload online platform announced they have acquired (another) popular online platform – Livestream, the leading live video solution that powers over 10 million events a year. In addition to this latest acquisition, Vimeo is also launching its

Color Grading Workflow with LUTs in Premiere Pro CC

With the vast improvements added to color grading applications in the recent years (from the introduction of Adobe’s Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro to the fast-growing number of features implemented in DaVinci Resolve), utilizing LUTs has become a common practice for many seasoned colorists and enthusiasts

13 Essential Gimbal Moves For Your Creative Workflow

Gimbal stabilizers are exactly what you need to create the perfect visual aesthetics for any of your narrative productions and immerse your audience deeper into the story. You can easily do so by employing some essential gimbal movements on any creative project you have to do. So,

ARRI ALEXA Mini vs iPhone 7 Side-By-Side Comparison

Have you ever asked yourself why people are so interested in putting different cameras in such side-by-side comparisons and why do these tests typically spur such vigorous debates and discussions afterward? Probably it’s because some people with deep pockets want to justify the insanely expensive purchase that they

Don’t Miss the Ultimate DaVinci Resolve Online Training Bundle and Get Fairlight 101 and Fusion 8 – Simplified Courses for Free!

On the weekend before 4th of July, seasoned colorist and editor Alex Jordan is back again with another enticing opportunity for all creative professionals and enthusiasts alike out there. His Ultimate DaVinci Resolve Online Training Bundle that includes DaVinci Resolve 14 Grading & Editing Courses along with DaVinci Resolve Practice

Smooth 8K Video Editing on a Mid 2017 12″ MacBook?

How is that even possible, you may ask? Honestly, I don’t know, but I should admit that I’m really excited by the fact that you can edit 8K footage in real-time seamlessly on an ultra-portable laptop with such modest specs. Considering that smooth video editing of 8K

End Credits Web Service ENDCRAWL Now Supports 4K

Web-based end credits service Endcrawl now officially supports 4K. This means everyone currently using the service can upgrade their projects and start making unlimited 4K renders in the cloud. For those not familiar with the service, which has been in private beta for a while, Endcrawl is a cloud/web-based service dedicated

The Ultimate Dual Monitor Desk Setup for Your Creative Workflow

If you just like me prefer a clean and minimalistic desk setup for your creative workflow that’s built with functionality and productivity in mind, here’s an enticing layout that has recently caught my attention. It includes a sleek IKEA desk and swivel chair, two Dell U2717D Monitors, Edifier R2000DB Speakers, a