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DI As Workflow 

By Michael Goldman

While the digital intermediate process has hardly been ubiquitous, it has become a finishing option that is now routinely and seriously considered for almost all major feature film projects. In recent years Millimeter has regularly detailed the DI options, workflows, pipelines, technology, artists, issues, and trends impacting studios, postproduction facilities, and filmmakers. ...

Color of Nitris 

By Michael Goldman

Avid's DS Nitris HD finishing system continued to push into the film mastering realm on a recent documentary from filmmaker George Butler Going Upriver:...

Hair with Care 

By Michael Goldman

When Minneapolis-based Jagged Edge took on a :30 national spot for Great Clips hair salons that was tied into a promotion for DreamWorks' animated film...

Digital Self-Improvement 

By S. D. Katz

Great training manuals are as rare as great software. Perhaps even rarer, since many of the best software products are cutting back on printed documentation. While including Help files built into the software is convenient, most developers don't go beyond explaining basic features and adding a few beginner tutorials. It's up to the users to find innovative training from third-party publishers....

Fitting Pieces Together 

By Michael Goldman

A new, one-hour documentary called Oil on Ice includes imagery from dozens of formats, ranging between Super 35mm and 3/4in. archival video. Steve Michelson,...

The Big O  

By Cynthia Wisehart

Before there was the Red One camera, Jim Jannard was already a video nut. Here's what was going on with Oakley video in June 2002:
At first you don't notice the python, and frankly he seems doomed. This is really no place for a snake, his terrarium shoved on a shelf...

Whoomp, There It Is! 

Jennifer Vacchio

Converse's new sneaker walks onto the scene in a :30 by Houston Herstek Favat, Boston. The commercial is set in a factory run by biomechanical miniature...

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