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De-interlacing in Apple Compressor  

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In our last segment, we identified the various de-interlacing options available in Apple Final Cut Studio. This time out, we'll look at the de-interlacing options available in Apple Compressor...

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One of the most challenging assignments in visual effects is simulating photoreal CG water on a large scale. It was only two years ago that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences bestowed Scientific and Technical Achievement Awards to the software brainiacs behind water simulation...

HP Six-core Z400 Test Drive, Part 1 

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Those users considering an HP workstation now have four units to choose from: the top-of-the-line dual-processor Z800 and Z600, which both sport the fancy new case that HP introduced last year, and the less-expensive Z400 and Z200...

My Post House: Click 3X 

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Maxon Cinema 4D Studio R12 Review 

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De-interlacing in Apple Final Cut Pro 

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Though many producers now exclusively shoot in progressive mode, few producers don't have some interlaced footage that they need to work with, whether legacy DV or some HD format shot more recently in interlaced mode...

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Smoking Storage 

"Lights, camera, action" are the words uttered by countless budding film directors to some of the greatest movie icons of all time. The history of film spans hundreds of years. Film editing has moved on tremendously from the early days of the invention of the motion and projector camera...

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