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In a Better World 

Jon Silberg

When cinematographer Morten Søborg and director Susanne Bier began their highly productive collaboration on small Danish productions including Once in a Lifetime and Open Hearts, they probably weren’t thinking in terms of winning Hollywood’s top award, but that is precisely what did happen when their sixth collaboration, In a Better World, won this year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Film. The film’s intertwined stories, which take place in a small Danish town and an African refugee camp, concern a disturbed boy’s attempts to lash out violently at perceived injustice and an African warlord seeking medical treatment from victims of his brutal repression....

Stereoscopic 3D Rigs  

By Trevor Boyer

Sept. 13 was Stereo 3D Theme Day at IBC, and the show itself was something of a showcase for stereo 3D support gear. What used to be an obscure task usually served by custom gear is now entering the mainstream...

The Craft of the HDSLR 

By Barry Braverman

It came as a huge surprise to everyone: the adoption of the HDSLR for serious video applications on network shows, high-end commercials, and music videos...

AJA Ki Pro Beta Sight 

By Jeff Cronenberg, Series Editor, Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow has been airing for 14 seasons, has had eight Emmy nominations, and is PBS' highest-rated prime-time series...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the first half of this month's article, I looked at the usability and performance of five MPEG-2 encoding tools: Apple Compressor, Cinema Craft Encoder MP, Innobits BitVice, Sorenson Media Squeeze, and Telestream Episode Encoder...

The 3D Toolbox 

By Barry Braverman

Determining the proper amount of 3D in a scene is an artistic choice that goes to the core capabilities and sensibilities of the shooter. Several factors affect the appropriate interocular setting such as lens' focal length that affects the perceived placement of objects within the 3D volume...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

This month's Final Cut Pro Insider will try to identify the highest-quality Mac-based software encoder for converting HD footage to DVD-compatible MPEG-2...

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...

Panasonic AJ-HPX3700 Review 

By Barry Braverman

If cameras had human personalities, the Panasonic AJ-HPX3700 wouldn't have much of a sense of humor...

Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

Multicam editing is probably the most concrete distinction between consumer and professional productions. In this two-part tutorial, I'll detail the workflow for using Apple Final Cut Pro's multicam editing feature. In this issue I'll focus on covering the shoot and syncing your clips; next time I'll cover choosing camera angles and other multicam editing details...

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