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Edit Integrate Review — Autodesk 3ds Max 7 

By Frank McMahon

One good thing about Autodesk's updates to its 3D design and rendering program 3ds Max 7 is that you know exactly what has been improved. The company...

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By Michael Goldman

The Cave, which premieres in August, is a horror film chock full of creature-oriented visual effects (250 shots), but the workflow was anything but typical....

Rodriguez and 3D Post 

By Michael Goldman

Robert Rodriguez says that even as production of Shark Boy and Lava Girl in 3D entered the 11th hour, he decided to make a major change in the postproduction...

NAB 2005 Pick Hit Awards 

By Trevor Boyer

If the last few NAB shows have been about the democratization of HD and the pieces of a HD production puzzle, this show was clearly about how to fit those...

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By Michael Goldman

When director Tom Zuber approached DP Lisa Wiegand to shoot a low-budget (less than $1 million) feature called Little Athens, they first discussed shooting...

Edit Integrate Review — Boris Continuum Complete 3.0.2  

By Frank McMahon

Whereas other Boris programs such as Red have dedicated interfaces, Continuum has always been the one without the interface. Essentially it's a series of special effects plug-ins that work within the architecture...

Working Cheap 

By S. D. Katz

Every now and then graphics and animation programs like Vue 5 and Poser become so successful that even high-end users take notice. Poser has been there for a while, and it's easy now to take Vue seriously, with its powerful new version from E-on Software....

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Bat Au Natural 

By Michael Goldman

Chat with director Chris Nolan, winner of the ongoing, eight-year sweepstakes to helm a new version of the Batman story with this month's Batman Begins, and he will repeatedly stress a simple theme behind his philosophy for making the movie: “a realistic, naturalistic, rich, high-quality look.” That meant that Nolan did not want to make the proverbial “big effects film.” Early on, in fact, he vetoed an opportunity to perform a digital intermediate...

NAB 2005 

By D. W. Leitner, Bob Turner, S. D. Katz, Michael Goldman, and Dan Ochiva

Who would have thought that pint-sized camcorders could cause such a stir? You didn't need Sherlock Holmes to find the crowds stuffing the booths that...

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