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Adobe Premiere Pro CS6: Merged Clips within Final Cut Pro XML

December 27th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

While I sit at my parent’s home for the holidays, I thought I’d jump on the blog and keep myself busy. The next installment of the LUT series is on its way, but in the meantime I wanted to talk about Premiere Pro CS6’s merged clips and how they translate through Final Cut Pro XML…

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The Hobbit and High Frame Rates: 24fps vs. 48fps

December 13th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / No Comments

As the general release of the Hobbit looms here in the United States, my film industry friends and I can’t help but speculate on the response Peter Jackson will get from the general public for his decision to photograph the film at 48fps. There have been mixed reviews from critics concerning the look and feel…

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LUTs Part 1: What is a LUT?

December 4th, 2012 / By Angelo Lorenzo / 13 Comments

A LUT, or look up table, changes color from one value to another based on a list of values. For video and motion graphics, a LUT is useful for matching footage from one source to another (i.e. a 3D render to live action film), for visual effect (i.e. vintage film emulation), or for output preview…

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