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Adobe conforming tool – my vision solidifies

I have been pondering over my recent discussion with David McGavran, the Engineering Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro about the limitations of Premiere’s own XML format when it comes to interchange. I am grateful for this exchange. I realized that … Continue reading

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Green screen primer

Having recently had an opportunity to do some green screen work, which at first glance seemed to be a quick job, and later turned out to require some pretty hefty rotoscopy and compositing, I decided to write down another caveat, … Continue reading

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Image deblurring and warp stabilizer would be a killer combo

In case you have been living under a rock, and have not yet seen the recent Adobe presentation on image deblurring, here is the video. I recommend you watch it first, and then read on: The demo itself is pretty … 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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