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The Three Formats of Filmmaking

Use this “Three Codec” method to shoot and edit video to improve speed and image quality. Continue reading

Adobe Prelude CC: Ingest a Clip (Video)

A video tutorial showing how to select and ingest tapeless video clips using Adobe Prelude CC. Continue reading

Adobe Prelude CC: Hover Scrub (Video)

This short, step-by-step video tutorial illustrates the new hover-scrub feature in Adobe Prelude CC. Continue reading

Adobe Prelude CC: Send to Premiere (Video)

A detailed video tutorial showing how to send files from Adobe Prelude CC to Premiere Pro CC. Continue reading

QuickTime 7 Pro: Image Sequences

A step-by-step tutorial on converting time-lapse images into a movie using QuickTime Player 7. Continue reading

Product Thoughts: Atomos Digital Recorders

A look at new Samurai and NInja digital video recorders from Atomos, and why they are helpful during production. Continue reading

FCP X: Audio Analysis

Final Cut Pro X can automatically analyze your audio. This article explains what it is doing. Continue reading

Adobe Prelude CS6: New Features

Recently, Adobe updated Prelude CS6 to version 1.0.1. This article describes the new features. Continue reading

Looking Back At NAB 2012

A look back at The Buzz coverage of the 2012 NAB Show – what worked, what didn’t, and what we’d change. Continue reading

First Look: Adobe Prelude CS6

Adobe Prelude CS6 is designed to speed the review, ingest, logging, selection, and export of tapeless media. This is a first-look at the new software. Continue reading

FCP X: Adding Keywords Manually

Often, we need to organize our clips manually as we figure out the organization we need to make sense of a project. Keywords are perfect for this – and very fast, both to apply and to use. Continue reading

Using the Activity Monitor

The Activity Monitor in OS X is one of those unsung utilities that I find indispensable. It allows you to look inside five key areas of your computer to tell you what’s going on. Best of all, you can’t hurt anything using it – because its simply a monitor. Continue reading

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