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Product Review: Vuze+ VR Camera

The Vuze+ VR Camera, developed and manufactured by HumanEyes, is an eight-camera, four-mic unit for recording stereoscopic (3D) or monoscopic (2D) 360/VR video images, accompanied by either stereo or surround audio. Here’s a review of my experience using it.

Protect Your Copyrights – An Interview with Marcus Schmitt

Every day 3 billion images are uploaded & shared in the internet – 80% are stolen. CopyTrack provides a way for photographers to recover lost royalties. This interview with CEO Marcus Schmitt explains how this free service works.

Edit 360/VR Video in Adobe Premiere Pro CC [video]

While 360/VR won’t replace traditional filmmaking, it can create some amazing experiences. In this short video excerpt, watch Larry Jordan as he illustrates how to edit 360/VR video in Apple Final Cut Pro X.

Edit 360/VR Video in Apple Final Cut Pro X [video]

While 360/VR won’t replace traditional filmmaking, it can create some amazing experiences. In this short video excerpt, watch Larry Jordan as he illustrates how to edit 360/VR video in Apple Final Cut Pro X.

Reflector 3: Stream an iPhone Screen to Your Computer

Reflector 3, from Squirrels, displays an iPhone screen live to your computer, which is great for streaming and webinars. Here’s a review.

Motion 5: Create, Save & Reuse Templates

Whether you purchase a template or create your own, Motion 5 makes it easy to create a visual effect once, then modify and reuse it as many times as you want. This article explains how to create, save, modify, export and reuse templates.

Even Our Images Are Right-Handed

Our eyes don’t see all elements in an image equally. Here’s a clear example of the power of “right-handedness” and how you can use it in your own photography.

Camera Framing Techniques Illustrated [video]

Join Larry Jordan as he illustrates basic camera framing techniques you can use immediately to make your still and video images more compelling and powerful.

Thoughts on the 2019 Mac Pro – and the Future [u]

Before I start, let me clearly state that I have no inside information. I have not been “briefed.” These are NOT rumors. And I don’t know anything that you don’t know. Still, I was just thinking….

Final Cut Pro X: Import Options that Analyze and Fix Audio and Video

A detailed tutorial on the audio and video analysis settings as part of the Media Import window in Apple Final Cut Pro X. Not always accurate, not always fast, but perhaps worth knowing.

So It Was Told To Me… [u]

Ever wondered where interlacing, drop-frame, and credit cards came from? Well, here’s the story.

Create ProRes Sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Adobe Premiere Pro CC does not include any Apple ProRes sequence presets. Here’s how to create them.

Create ProRes Settings in Adobe Media Encoder

How to create ProRes transcoding settings in Adobe Media Encoder – both old and new versions.

“You Canna Change the Laws of Physics!”

An explanation of how the speed of light limits how fast a computer CPU can go. This is VERY cool, even if you don’t understand tech!

Premiere Pro CC: Can You Export Faster?

A detailed look at the speed differences in exporting different versions of ProRes from Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019. Which should you use to save time?

Final Cut Pro X: Can You Render Faster?

A detailed look at the speed differences in rendering different versions of ProRes in Apple Final Cut Pro X. Which should you use to save time?

FCP X: Understand Audio Clip Options

A few days ago, Jay sent me a question: “Do you have a video where you cover the difference between ‘expand audio’ & ‘expand audio components?’ And also ‘detach audio’ and ‘break apart clip items?’” I checked and I didn’t. …

Audition CC: Magic Hides Inside the Record Button

An illustrated guide to using the new Punch and Roll feature to record audio ranges in Adobe Audition CC (2019).

Change Your Movie’s Poster Frame

An illustrated tutorial on how to create a new poster frame for most movies using the Finder and Apple Compressor.

How Much of Your CPU Does 4K Media Use?

An illustrated tutorial explaining how much of your CPU is needed to playback or render 4K media using Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

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