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Shoot Review: Serious Magic Vlog It 

Reviewer: Tom Patrick McAuliffe

Several technologies that will help change the way we communicate are coming together. They offer new avenues for video makers and necessitate new tools....

iTraining 

By S. D. Katz

Software-based training for production hasn't always been cool. It's taken 10 years for software companies to realize that helping customers learn to use their products is an opportunity, not a duty. Now, in 2006, there's a new wave...

Zodiac’s Tapeless HD Workflow 

Michael Goldman

The recent spate of high-profile feature films shot with HD cameras has led to a wide range of workflow approaches for industry-watchers to study. At least four of those films—A Prairie Home Companion, Superman Returns, Miami Vice, and Zodiac—will be profiled in upcoming issues of Millimeter and Digital Content Producer, as well as here in HD Focus. ...

Step by Step: Greece: Secrets of the Past  

By Ellen Wolff

MacGillivray Freeman Films of Laguna Beach, Calif., is acclaimed for making large-format adventures like Everest, but its latest film took the company into new terrain. According to director/producer Greg MacGillivray...

Avid Symphony Nitris 

By Steffen Kaus, Action Concept

As one of the world's largest full-service production companies specializing in action-based films and television projects, Cologne, Germany-based Action Concept...

International Effects 

By S. D. Katz

Pixel Corps is the kind of idea that Buckminster Fuller might have dreamed up in the '60s. But it would only have been a dream. Forty years later, Pixel Corps founder, Alex Lindsay, is using the Internet to create a global community of artists inspired by the craft guilds of the Middle Ages. Only instead of building cathedrals, Pixel Corps will be making movies. The common language isn't Esperanto, it's zeroes and ones....

Step by Step:
Casanova
 

By Ellen Wolff

Director Lasse Hallstrom isn't usually associated with visual effects filmmaking, but his Buena Vista release Casanova required some key scenes stitched...

Mark In 

While some might think CPU development hit a new plateau with the recent introduction of dual-core processors, don't tell that to AMD and Intel. Both...

Edit Review — Algolith AlgoSuite  

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

I have a confession to make not all of my video shoots go off perfectly. I know, I know, all of you out there get it right first time, every time, but unfortunately that's just not me....

HD ENG Takes Flight 

By Michael Goldman

Back in 2004, in the early days of an initiative to upgrade their station's technical capabilities for HD, officials at KUSA in Denver decided to configure the station's news helicopter for aerial image capture in 1080i HD. At the time, of course, this presented a host of complications because the station had no template to follow — there were no fully HD-capable news helicopters operating at any TV station back then. KUSA not only had to outfit a flying......

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