Monthly Archives: June 2011

Premiere CS 5.5 is very slick

My editing station at home is rather old – dual core E6600, 4 GB of RAM and Matrox APVe graphic card with no 3D acceleration. It is hardly a setup that inspires confidence that any more serious work except basic … Continue reading

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When PCIe x1 does not equal PCIe x1

Those few readers of my blog remember perhaps my rants on Blackmagic cards and instability in Premiere Pro on Mac. I guess do owe a little bit of apology to BMD, and to Adobe as well, but I did find … Continue reading

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A small discovery

Today I happened to find a new useful shortcut in Premiere Pro, even though I thought that I knew them all – well, almost. It turns out, that the backslash key (“\”) not only zooms your timeline out to allow … Continue reading

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Adobe and Avid must be very happy

Apple did launch a new program called Final Cut Pro X. It is not an update of a Final Cut Pro. It is a completely new application with supposedly new paradigm of editing. However I’m not going to write here much … Continue reading

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My Visual FX showreel

After a long time I finally managed to put up a showreel of some of my visual FX works and also of my experimentation with Nuke and Fusion. Interestingly, Nuke looks more powerful, but for some reason the interface of … Continue reading

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