Monthly Archives: April 2012

NAB Recap: read my article on Creative COW

This year was my first NAB Show, so I spent a week in Vegas this April attending Post Production World. I was asked to write a recap from the perspective of a newcomer for Creative COW. You can read it … Continue reading

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10 Completely Fictional Rumors about Smoke

The Internet is on fire and Twitter is a-buzz with word that Jesus is coming back, and this time he’s a new version of Autodesk’s Smoke. The new life-changing software will be revealed this Sunday at a private-ish event at … Continue reading

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How To: Job Chaining in Compressor

There are aspects of Compressor I don’t take full advantage of, and until recently one of them was job-chaining. Job-chaining is probably something that isn’t used a whole lot but becomes extremely handy in certain workflows. I’m sure there are … Continue reading

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A Simple Running Program for Video Editors

On Twitter recently, I’ve noticed an influx of editors lamenting their physical state. It’s true that many of us are amorphous blobs. Consider how much we move around compared to other people. Sure, there are office workers across the country … Continue reading

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