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3D on the Cheap, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In this article, I'll discuss how to shoot, edit, and upload 3D videos to YouTube, and what you'll need to view them from that site...

My Post House: Sabertooth Productions 

Greg Leuenberger, CEO of Sabertooth Productions, and his small team of designers, editors, and artists provide production, postproduction, animation, and graphic services to a variety of technology...

Editing Multiple Personalities 

By Nick Lofting, Editor, Sasha

Director Brett Froomer of @radical.media is well-known for his work for brands like Citgo, the US Army, Kodak, Prudential, and PDFA...

Stabilizing Your Video Footage, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In this issue, I'll discuss the image stabilization task in general, and analyze the usability, quality, and performance of Final Cut's SmoothCam filter and Motion's Stabilize behavior. In essence, these are the free tools that you likely already have...

Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended Review 

By Franklin McMahon

Earlier this year, Adobe released its biggest Creative Suite update yet. The new nucleus of the package, Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended, does not disappoint when it comes to new features for video content producers...

Beta Workflow 

By Bill Nelson, managing partner, FirstLight Independent

Here at Firstlight Independent, we're just finishing up photography on a period Western called For Robbing The Dead...

Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Last time out, we discussed shooting for multicam editing, and syncing your clips for multicam editing in Apple Final Cut Pro. This time out, I'll detail how to work with clips in the Viewer, how to switch camera angles, how to optimize playback in the Timeline, and other production details...

PHYX Keyer Review 

By Franklin McMahon

PHYX started out producing plug-ins for Apple's Shake compositing software, and the company has since branched out to develop a solid keying solution for Final Cut Pro, Motion, Adobe After Effects, and Final Cut Express...

Encoding for the Apple iPad, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

If the Apple iPad had a tattoo, it would read, "Born to consume content." Love it or hate it, if you're a video producer on any platform, someone soon will be asking you to get your (and probably their) content onto the iPad. So that's what I'll cover over the next two issues of Final Cut Pro Insider...

HP 12-core Z800 Test Drive, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Back with you reviewing the capabilities of HP's new 12-core Z800 workstation. In the last episode, I compared the editing performance of the new Z800 with an older-style version with eight cores...

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