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FootageStudio 4K Offers ProRes Transcoding On a Windows PC

Editors and video professionals working on Macs have long benefited from an industry-proven and solid ProRes workflow. It is often the codec of choice for most editors for both broadcast applications, with many post-houses heavily invested in a Mac-centric workflow. Up until the introduction of the Blackmagic

Canon C-Log and Technicolor CineStyle: The Case Against 8-Bit Log

For some time now, cameras the likes of the ARRI Alexa and Blackmagic Cinema Camera have offered their customers higher bit-depths and stronger color-sampling than Canon has put out with their popular EOS line. 10-bit 4:2:2 recording in-camera, 12-bit 4:4:4 recording in-camera, enough latitude and color space

Fast and Easy Blackmagic Raw Editing Workflow in Premiere Pro CC

Despite the more intensive system and storage requirements, shooting in raw gives us a ton of options, the most flexibility and the highest possible image quality out of the camera. It is a significant workflow alternative, especially if you want to future-proof your material and it is the best way to

Some Of The Most Reliable Hard Drives for Your Workflow

How often have you experienced hard drive failures? This is one of those moments when while working, suddenly you start hearing some weird clicking sounds coming from the heart of your work station (whether it is Mac or PC). Before you realize what is actually happening,  one of your

Tips and Tricks on Putting Together A Music Montage

One of the most common advises many professional editors would give young filmmakers is to try and find the best editor you know and the one you can afford to do the job for you. Undoubtedly, this is a reasonable advice, however there are always some little tips and

Adobe Anywhere for Filmmakers and Video Shooters

Filmmaking is a collaborative effort. As such, it is so important for filmmakers to have the creative freedom and the ability to access their own content remotely without physical constraints and limitations. No matter where your team members are physically located, it would be great if  all of them