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2012 Step by Step 

By Ellen Wolff

Director Roland Emmerich was famously destructive in the civilization-in-peril movies The Day After Tomorrow and Independence Day, so when he called 2012 the biggest visual effects movie he's ever done, that's saying something...

Optimizing Encoding Performance with Apple Final Cut Pro, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

If you have a multiple-processor computer, you can use Apple Qmaster to help spread the encoding load over those multiple processors, which can dramatically boost encoding performance...

Coloring a New Dimension 

By Siggy Ferstl, senior colorist, Company 3

About a year before Colorist Stefan Sonnenfeld here at Company 3 performed the color-grading work on Disney's 3D feature G-Force, a group of us under him started preparing for the industry's movement toward 3D production...

Media Distributors R-Series Archive Station 

By Dan Ochiva

Media Distributors (MD) is continuing its move from its traditional beginnings just more than a decade ago. The company, based out of Los Angeles but with offices in major production centers...

Law Abiding Citizen Step by Step 

By Ellen Wolff

There's no doubt about how sophisticated the bad guy is in Overture Films' Law Abiding Citizen: He's able to unleash a guided missile against his victims. Within the quiet setting of a cemetery, a missile locks onto a moving SUV and destroys the vehicle in a massive explosion...

Matrox CompressHD Test Drive: PC 

By Jan Ozer

In this issue, I'll review Matrox's CompressHD H.264 encoding accelerator card for Windows...

Optimizing Encoding Performance with Apple Final Cut Pro, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

We've had a fun time so far with this column, digging inside an Apple Mac Pro to install a Blu-ray recorder and benchmarking Snow Leopard...

Quantum StorNext and Apple Xsan Beta Sight 

By Ramy Katrib, CEO of DigitalFilm Tree

In today's postproduction workflows, common tasks such as rough-cut editing and visual-effects generation are performed using applications running on industry-standard operating systems such as Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows...

Improvising with Video Production 

By Jan Ozer

So there I was in the new coffee shop in Galax, Va., the opening of which was a huge event out in the country (wi-fi! Chai! Bagels!). The client was concerned that the opening act of the concert I was producing, fire-wielding belly dancers, had performed longer than expected--five songs instead of three...

Apple Snow Leopard for Video Producers, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In this issue, I share some benchmark tests with a Mac Pro and Mac Book Pro comparing Leopard (OS X 10.5) to Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) in 32-bit and 64-bit modes...

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