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Inside Mike Rotman's Streamin' Garage 

Joy Zaccaria

Mike Rotman has worked in television for years, but always for other people. As CEO/founder of Streamin’ Garage, he gets to be the boss of what he hopes is a budding TV empire … that he runs out of his garage. This space, attached to his Van Nuys house, is home to his TV studio and company and one of the first live Web networks to stream 24/7 in full HD. “This is a five-camera HD studio where we produce live TV shows,” he says. “It just so happens that our shows are ‘broadcast’ on the Internet.”...

NewTek Showcases Smart New HD Portable Live Production Products on Cross-Country Tour 

NewTek, worldwide leader in portable live production and 3D animation systems, takes to the road from May 16 through June 6, 2011, to showcase their new HD portable live production products, including TriCaster 850 EXTREME and 3Play 820. The NewTek Take Control tour features the world’s smallest, HD live production vehicle (a smart car), spotlighting the small footprint, portability and ease of use of NewTek products. Kicking off in NewTek’s hometown of San Antonio, the tour will stop in six additional cities along the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast....

Editing "The Social Network" in Final Cut Pro with Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter 

By Franklin McMahon

Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter have collaborated with director David Fincher several times before on movies such as “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “Zodiac,” but it’s a safe bet neither has seen such momentum and critic/audience praise as the work they did on editing “The Social Network.” The film has been nominated for an Oscar for editing, and both are happy to have contributed to creating a quite remarkable film. ...

Three myths of marketing for creative content producers 

By Franklin McMahon

Producers and directors; content creators; everyone who makes movies, music, design, art and writing — they all have to do marketing at some point. The marketing landscape is changing weekly, so it’s hard enough keeping up with new ways to market as well as marketing itself. Advice that was great a year ago may not fit today. Here are a few myths worth discussing....

Interview with Sean Riehl, owner of Real Bodywork 

By Jan Ozer

In my last article, I described how and when to use stories in DVD Studio Pro, with examples from the DVD that sparked the idea — Real Bodywork’s “Yoga Therapy for Back Pain.” In this article, I interview Sean Riehl, owner of Real Bodywork, as well as producer and editor of all DVDs sold by the company. Topics range from how to shoot for stories, how to produce for stories in Final Cut Studio, and how Sean encodes his DVDs to achieve 99.9999 percent problem-free operation....

Dropbox 

By Franklin McMahon

Dropbox is one of those handy inventions where the more you use it, the more you come up with reasons to use it. Now if you don’t have access to an online server to share your movie clips and graphics, this just might be the next best thing. ...

Adobe After Effects CS5: Multiplying Effects  

By Franklin McMahon

Working with After Effects weekly, you may be in a rhythm of using the software and your favorite features, but you may be missing some of the real power the software provides. Here are some power tips for getting the most out of the Effects controls of AE CS5. ...

Working with stories in Final Cut Pro/DVD Studio Pro 

By Jan Ozer

This is an introductory-level discussion for DVD Studio Pro newbies on using stories. (Hey, newbies need love, too!) I’ll cover inserting chapter markers in Final Cut Pro (and why you want to add them there, rather than in DVD SP), what stories are and why you need them, and then how to create and deploy them. ...

Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 power tips 

By Franklin McMahon

Getting the most out of any program is always the key, but these days, most software has hundreds of features, so it takes some exploring to really dig in and find some gems. Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 is no exception. There are many options, parameters and tools, so it’s always good to explore and find some that help your workflow go much smoother....

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.3 

By Franklin McMahon

Lightroom continues to improve while packing in the features, and the latest version is the most robust yet, with a bundle of new options and tools for video and photos. The program allows you to take massive amounts of images in almost any format and sort, organize, develop slideshows, print, perform touchups and produce web galleries. ...

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