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Serato Introduces Its First Ever Consumer Product, Pyro Video By Clip Syndicate AUCKLAND, New Zealand--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Serato, one of the world’s leading audio software companies for professional DJs and musicians, today announced the global release of its first ever consumer product, Serato Pyro, an iOS music player app. Available in the App Store, Serato Pyro utilizes 17 years of Serato’s IP and expertise to seamlessly mix your music. The global release of Serato Pyro also brings an integration with Spotify, enabling Premium account holders to search for and play music ...Read More »
The Cinema 4D R17 Lens Distortion Tool Tutorial By Stephen Schleicher Maxon introduced a number of new features in Cinema 4D R17 when it was released last year. While the Motion Tracker is a fantastic tool to track footage and composite 3D elements, often wide angle footage introduces perspective errors in the final rendered image. Unless the user knows what camera was used to capture the source footage, the focal length of the lens, and the field of view, correcting that footage, or adding the lens distortion to the 3D elements is a tricky and sometimes frustrating experience. ...Read More »
Sarah Adina Smith's "Midnight Swim" Project Profile By none For any filmmaker, switching genres between movies is always a tough task. But Sarah Adina Smith decided to switch between genres three times in the same film. "Midnight Swim" takes viewers from a faux documentary to a surreal thriller and then to a sweeping cinematic feature, all in the space of a single film. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: Mac guy becomes a Dell dude; wireless charging and the iPhone Video By IDG.TV Dell's XPS 15 9550 Touch laptop wins kudos from Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie. And what about those reports that Apple's iPhone may soon get wireless charging capabilities? ...Read More »
How Breakthrough Innovations at Experian's DataLabs Expand the Horizons of Doing Good Things with Data Feature By Eric Haller, Executive Vice President at Experian DataLabs Our world is filled with endless amounts of data. From credit card transactions to healthcare records to social media content, we are constantly surrounded by information that is vitally important to both ourselves and corporations around the world. While many companies are in the business of mining data for insights using time-tested algorithms and mathematical equations, few invest the resources to find new breakthrough data insights. ...Read More »
Why the Surface Pro 4 beats the iPad Pro in the enterprise Video By IDG.TV CIO.com's Sarah White pits the Surface Pro 4 vs. the iPad Pro to see which device offers the functionality business users need. ...Read More »
Improved comments come to Google Apps on mobile Video By IDG.TV Google added new commenting features to its mobile productivity apps for iOS and Android Wednesday. ...Read More »
More Than 1 Million Users Budget with EveryDollar Video By Clip Syndicate NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ramsey Solutions’ EveryDollar has surpassed 1 million users just ten months after its official launch. The free online budget tool and iPhone app was created by personal finance expert Dave Ramsey. ...Read More »
Apple iPhone sales stall. What's going on? Video By IDG.TV Apple sold 74.8 million iPhones in the last three months of 2015 -- a record, but its the slowest iPhone growth yet, so whats going on? ...Read More »
Social hacking: the threat it poses to your business Feature By none Social hacking is the criminal act of manipulating people to surrender confidential information. In most cases, the perpetrators are looking for opportunities to take advantage of vulnerable or na ve people, by deceiving them into handing over sensitive information. This information can be used against them and provide a gateway for hackers to gain access to bank accounts, computer passwords and other personal details. Hackers can destroy victim's lives and social hacking in particular is a favored choice. The core reason for this is because it is one of the most straightforward hacking techniques. For instance, trying to convince someone to give you their password in a threatening or underhand way is far less time consuming than attempting to physically hack their account. ...Read More »
ASSIMILATE Congratulates Post Production Houses for their Sundance 2016 Nominations Featured News By none At the Sundance Film Festival 2016 in Park City, Utah the roster includes filmmakers whose post-production companies used ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH post-production tools in their digital workflows. ASSIMILATE is extremely pleased to congratulate its customers for their creativity and artistry in the following films and documentaries in the following Sundance categories: Local Hero, Metropolis Post, and Storm Post Production. ...Read More »
Perfecting Produce Project Profile By none There is nothing quite like the challenge of color correcting a food commercial. All of those beautiful food spots you see every day take a skilled hand and a huge amount of work to look that good. And Florida's Indie Atlantic are experts at it. Which is why the foodstore giant Publix used Indie Atlantic Films for its new "At Season's Peak" ad campaign. And to get the look that Publix wanted, Indie Atlantic used DaVinci Resolve. ...Read More »
Tennyson Tanner's Badger Pursuit Vehicle and Blackmagic Cameras Project Profile By none Tennyson Tanner is an Illinois-based production company that handles a wide range of films, commercials, music videos and promotional videos. One of the most action-packed productions they work on is for a series of public service announcements (PSAs) for the state of Illinois called "Driving Dead." The series shows a post-zombie apocalypse world with the heroes escaping and surviving using a variety of armored cars. Lots of car chases, car battles and cars driving around and through things. Tennyson Tanner created the "Badger" to help film the popular "Driving Dead" YouTube series, as well as for the company's many other productions. The vehicle is half rock crawler and half camera car, and uses Blackmagic Production Camera 4Ks to capture action while traveling up to 30 MPH. ...Read More »
iPi Soft Helps Mobile Content Developer AWE Feature By Ko Maruyama History buffs who have wondered about witnessing great moments in time are one step closer thanks to Toronto-based mobile content developer AWE, that used iPi Motion Capture, the leading markerless motion capture solution developed by iPi Soft, to create a one-of-a-kind virtual reality experience ...Read More »
Parachute Creates a Legendary Ballgame in an Empty Stadium for Chrysler with Blackmagic Fusion Studio Project Profile By none When Miguel Cabrera swings the bat, there's usually a stadium full of screaming fans around him. However, for Chrysler's "Miggy at the Bat" commercial, the stands were empty. The commercial celebrating the 2015 Chrysler 200 centered on Cabrera in an updated "Casey at the Bat" tale and featured the legendary showdown between batter and pitcher. In reality, Cabrera and the pitcher were worlds apart, in Detroit and Los Angeles, surrounded by green screens and needed NYC's Parachute to create the scenery and game around the players. The Parachute team, led by founder Sam O'Hare, created the spot by building a stadium and providing the setting for the infamous strike out (and later, added comeback.) Using different software for various components to build the stadium, Parachute relied on Blackmagic Design's advanced visual effects (VFX) and motion graphics solution, Fusion Studio, to bring everything together. ...Read More »
No Deadline Too Close, No Grade Too Much: Atlanta's Bed Head Media and DaVinci Resolve Project Profile By none Phil Stevens and his colleagues at Bed Head Media are some of the hardest working media professionals in Atlanta. You have to be when you handle everything from commercial cinematography, short films, live event coverage, motion graphics, documentaries, corporate videography and a variety of church testimonial and website videos. Their work includes commercials for huge brands such as Home Depot and AutoZone, as well as award winning short films and documentaries. ...Read More »
Poser 11 & Poser Pro 11 Feature By Ko Maruyama Smith Micro's Poser Pro has been a powerful character 3D animation tool for both professionals and hobbyists. Its toolset is easy enough to get started with, yet deep enough to allow professionals to get the nuanced performances that they want for animation and illustration work. The creative enhancements and workflow tools make both Poser 11 and Poser Pro 11 a fantastic update to Smith Micro's accessible character animation software. ...Read More »
Red Flight Pictures Capture Poetry in Motion with Blackmagic Design Cameras and DaVinci Resolve Project Profile By none Poetry in motion has a different meaning when it comes to Red Flight Pictures. The independent film production company recently teamed up with poet Tyler Knott Gregson to translate his poetry into a short film. Lead by Kyle Thompson, executive producer, the Red Flight Pictures team wanted to provide a visual format for Gregson's poems to support some of the poet's charity work. Red Flight Pictures interpreted Gregson's poem to tell the story of a young girl in a coma who's trying to escape her own state of mind. Isolated from others' help, she must be her own savior. Yet to do that she has call up her courageousness and ferocity, and let go of self doubt. To best capture the poem's sentiment and visually depict the internal struggle and solitude, Red Flight Pictures turned to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. ...Read More »
Drones and the Future of Filmmaking Feature By dronebuilders.co.uk America's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) first allowed film and television production companies to film footage with drones in 2014. Prior to the FAA providing this authorisation, American filmmakers had to travel to Europe, Canada, or elsewhere to fulfil their drone filming requirements. Since 2014, the FAA has approved the use of drones for more than 200 companies and individuals. The decision to allow drones to be used for filmmaking purposes in the Unites States is great news for the movie and television industry for a number of reasons. ...Read More »
Kensington's Blackbelt Quick Peek By Ko Maruyama The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is a machine somewhere in between a laptop and a mobile tablet. It is able to keep up with all of the software that you'd run on your Windows 8 machine, but more portable than a laptop. One problem with the ability to drag the SurfacePro around is the potential to dropping it. Kensington's BlackBelt protects the SurfacePro while still allowing all of the port function to be accessible. ...Read More »
DAZ3D Prints Quick Peek By Ko Maruyama DAZ 3D software has been an affordable and easy way for people to begin exploring 3D models and creating beautiful scenes quickly. Now, DAZ is offering a way to get 3D characters from your screen to your hand. 3D prints of models built within the Genesis 2 system are supported. Printed people (and a dragon) for people who print. ...Read More »
StuffIt Deluxe 16 Product Review By Ko Maruyama While you might think that there isn't a whole lot that you can say about compressing your files, there are a bunch of us old macheads that remember our first, Stuffit. Smith Micro recently brought out StuffIt Deluxe 16, which is long overdue, but still a welcome addition to your Mac toolkit, and yes, it does '.zip' formats as well. ...Read More »
Digital Juice Pilot Pro Product Review By Ko Maruyama Digital Juice has been around as a company for nearly two decades, serving up stock footage for editors of all kinds. In the early days, Digital Juice delivered physical media to members. These days, the company is expanding the way it does business, so you can expand your business. The Pilot program is similar to a beta launch phase, but you're not on your own, Digital Juice Community embedded in the subscription will help everyone out. ...Read More »
VideoCopilot Element 3D Product Review By Ko Maruyama It's been about 2 years since VideoCopilot introduced the Element 3D plugin for After Effects. Now, Version 2 is out, delivering more control over the ability to integrate 3D models, textures, lights, and animation using many of the Adobe After Effects controls that you're already familiar with. ...Read More »
2014 RoundUp Product Review By Ko Maruyama As 2014 comes to an end, there are some products we've seen this year that continue to look good, moving forward into 2015. Although we'll see lots of new tech at CES 2015, there are some great products that you can get without waiting. Beacon Audio has a small bluetooth speaker that you can take with you wherever you want to enjoy audio. ...Read More »
MAXON'S NEWEST Product Review By Ko Maruyama Once you learn a piece of 3D software, it?s hard to switch into another piece of software. The language of good 3D design and animation doesn?t change, but the interface and toolset does change when you switch between software packages. However, switching between something your comfortable with and CINEMA4D is even easier now. So making the transition between what you?re using now and R16 doesn?t have to be an On/Off operation. ...Read More »
Pinnacle Studio 18 Product Review By Ko Maruyama Pinnacle has been around for a long time, and, as the version number implies, Pinnacle Studio has undergone several changes since it was first launched. Pinnacle Studio 18 is a robust consumer editoral system for anyone who is interested in getting into video editing. Moreover, it contains other tools to help create and publish your editorial content. ...Read More »
RED GIANT OFFLOAD Product Review By Ko Maruyama It's a media copy application for easily backup and - hey - OFFLOADING your footage from a removable camera media card to somewhere else. Simple enough for almost anyone on set to use. ...Read More »
Vectoraster by LostMinds Product Review By Ko Maruyama Vectorizer for the Mac (and iOS) allows you to create fantastic shape based translations of raster artwork or photography with just a few clicks. The great part about this new software is that it is really easy to use. Like any good design software, it?s full of options that will allow you to create unique pieces, even when you?re starting from presets. ...Read More »
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