How to save 50% on DaVinci Resolve Studio 12.1

How to save 50% on DaVinci Resolve Studio 12.1
Posted by on Dec 27, 2015

With the release of version 12.1 of DaVinci Resolve Studio, BlackMagic Design made us a really great Christmas gift. You can get DaVinci Resolve Studio for 50% off the regular price. More after the jump.

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[NAB 2014] Blackmagic Design Introduces DaVinci Resolve 11 – My TOP 7 Features

[NAB 2014] Blackmagic Design Introduces DaVinci Resolve 11 – My TOP 7 Features
Posted by on Apr 16, 2014

Once again, Blackmagic Design steal the show at NAB 2014 and introduced a lot of new product. Amount them, one of the most significant announcement was the version 11 of their grading solution: DaVinci Resolve. Get my TOP 7 of new and updated features after the jump.

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[Review] The new & improved Tangent Wave Element Mapping for DaVinci Resolve 10

[Review] The new & improved Tangent Wave Element Mapping for DaVinci Resolve 10
Posted by on Nov 11, 2013

After a couple months of public beta, Blackmagic Design released last weekend the final version of  DaVinci Resolve 10. I think it is now the time to have an in depth look at all the changes and improvements that their made to the mapping of the wonderful Element control surface from Tangent.

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[NAB 2013] Blackmagic Design introduces DaVinci Resolve 10 – My TOP 8 features

[NAB 2013] Blackmagic Design introduces DaVinci Resolve 10 – My TOP 8 features
Posted by on Apr 13, 2013

Blackmagic Design introduced a lot of new product at NAB 2013. Amount them, one of the most significant announcement was version 10 of their grading solution: DaVinci Resolve. Get my TOP 8 of new and updated features after the jump.

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[NAB 2013] FilmLight introduces The Slate, a new affordable control surface for Baselight, and more…

[NAB 2013] FilmLight introduces The Slate, a new affordable control surface for Baselight, and more…
Posted by on Apr 6, 2013

FilmLight, the British creators of high-end color grading solutions, announced a line of news products for NAB 2013:  a new Baselight ONE, The Slate, FLUX Store, additional Baselight Editions and an update to their BaseLight flagship system. All the details after the jump.

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NAB 2013 – In-depth review of the new CineAlta Sony F55

NAB 2013 – In-depth review of the new CineAlta Sony F55
Posted by on Mar 31, 2013

Sony announced  a few months ago its new line of 4k cameras: the F5 & the F55 along to the new AXVC codec for editing the footage in post. Apple updated a few days ago Final Cut Pro X with support for this new codecs and the workflow is finally here to create 4k movies and feed all this new Ultra HD televisions sets on the market with the use of H.265 compression.

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[NAB 2013] Ahead of NAB 2013, Apple releases updated version to Final Cut Pro X, Motion & Compressor

[NAB 2013] Ahead of NAB 2013, Apple releases updated version to Final Cut Pro X, Motion & Compressor
Posted by on Mar 28, 2013

Paving the way to the big marketing push for NAB 2013, Apple released today the 8th release of Final Cut Pro X and added once again some significant features. Motion & Compressor join also the party with some updates of their own. The full details after the jump.

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ProCutX is a new iPad surface controller for Final Cut Pro X

ProCutX is a new iPad surface controller for Final Cut Pro X
Posted by on Feb 6, 2013

Since the early days of the iPad, we all dreamed to use it has a surface controller for our daily work. The interface being able to morph into anything, it wasn’t so hard to think of shuttle, Steinbeck decks, sliders and shortcuts. It took a while but the apps eventually started to appear… Here’s a short list of the best ones with the addition of a great new addition.

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The H.265 video format got approved by ITU, making 4K for all a close reality.

The H.265 video format got approved by ITU, making 4K for all a close reality.
Posted by on Jan 28, 2013

Only months after the MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group) proposed it, ITU (International Telecommunication Union) approved the new H.265 video format.

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Discover or re-discover what color timing is with this awesome new iPad app

Discover or re-discover what color timing is with this awesome new iPad app
Posted by on Jan 16, 2013

Do you know Dale Grahn? He is a major color timer that shaped much of the look of modern cinema. He is credited for hundreds of major films and was the color timer for Steven Spielberg. Digital tools appeared and its art was lost… until today.

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