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Under New Management By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia In legacy versions of Final Cut Pro you had to set scratch disks to manage where your video data and cache files would be stored. And you were limited to twelve drives at any one time. Final Cut Pro X makes it easier to specify where your video and project files are stored, automatically saving your Events and Projects in the Movies folder by default. But have no fear, your Events and Projects can be stored on any drive connected to your Mac, and you can easily move existing Events and Projects between drives when needed to keep your stories organized. ...Read More »
Intangible Tangibility By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia In the digital age of filmmaking we no longer rely on the tangibility of film to preserve our work during editing and post-production, but on the collected virtual sequences of binary ones and zeroes stored magnetically or optically on various flavors of digital media. The new digital workflow brings about its own issues of storage, maintenance, and long term reliability which makes it all the more essential to protect your story's data files. ...Read More »
My Favorite Things By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia In the legacy versions of Final Cut Pro you marked a portion of a clip that you wanted to use by setting in and out points. One cool thing about in and out points is that they are persistent, that is, once set in a clip they remain set until you explicitly removed them. This made it very easy to edit multiple clips into the Timeline with just the scenes you wanted. ...Read More »
How to Achieve CF Card Recovery on Mac By WIKI Need CF card recovery? This article is sharing you the way to recover CF card with compact flash recovery software. ...Read More »
Basics for Working with DVD Video By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld On a typical day I usually receive around 5-7 emails about how to do a certain DVD burning tasks. To me these are simple answers and over the years I just assumed that the answers I was providing is now common knowledge. However this is clearly not the case as more and more people are just starting to get familiar with their DVD burners. So I decided to write about some of the hidden 'secrets' that everyone should know about while working with your DVD burner. ...Read More »
Recovering Data on Your Mac By Rob Boirun, BurnWorld Recovering data from your Mac can be quite difficult once the Trash folder is emptied. In many cases, getting back personal files on your Mac may result in only a partial recovery of your files and folders if you don't take the correct steps. ...Read More »
Setting Up a Server Room on a Budget: A Do-it-Yourself Guide By Paul Holstein Controlling operational costs is always a challenge, but amid the current recession budgets are tighter than ever. While it's possible to make smart decisions and cut a few extras to spend less, one thing most companies can't nix is a reliable server and a cool, secure room in which to keep it. In this day and age, it's nearly impossible to do business without a solid network infrastructure, and server rooms have become the nerve centers of our businesses. But despite its vital importance, a server room doesn't necessarily have to break the bank. ...Read More »
Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Essentials: Business Workflow By Brian Wood In this training video, host Brian Wood discusses how business professionals can use existing business documents such as Excel PowerPoint, images, CAD drawings and more, and convert them to PDF or combine them into a single PDF portfolio to unify that content, send the files off for review, add multimedia, 3D and more. ...Read More »
Thinking about switching to a Mac? By Robert Jensen My original plan was for this to be a straightforward review of Apple's updated 24-inch iMac that was announced in April. In such cases I ask the manufacturer for a review unit, they send it to me on loan, I TEST it for a few weeks, write my review and finally pack everything back in its box and ship it back. ...Read More »
Saving Yesterday For Tomorrow By Miles Weston Documents can be replaced. Reports can be replaced. Personal, professional, family videotapes can't be replaced when they go bad. Videographers and consumers need to save the content to archival DVD before the moments, memories disappear. ...Read More »
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