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Frame.io – a new way to collaborate that might be perfect for news organisations and documentary editors

Stumbled upon this and thought it might be of interest:

By site editor Dan Chung: Frame.io Launch from Emery Wells on Vimeo. You are on assignment and have just sent the first cut of your video back to your editor. Naturally she wants changes, but you are at one end of the world and she is at the other. She tries to explain what changes […]…Frame.io – a new way to collaborate that might be perfect for news organisations and documentary editors

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The Friday Roundup – Color Grading, Polarizing and Three Point Lighting

OK lots to cover this week! First up there is some stuff on Color Grading as opposed to Color Correction and all the way at the bottom I found few very good videos explaining the three point system for lighting video… enjoy! Color Grading Probably the biggest news this year in the consumer video editing software market has been the introduction of color grading. This has always been a decidedly pro feature that has finally filtered its way down to the consumer. To be clear here we are not…

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Are There Rules For Spoilers? | PBS Idea Channel

Take a look at this:

Spoilers can be infuriating because they can ruin the suspense in a piece of media. But some people like them, actually preferring to have the endings divulged. What camp are you in? Why aren’t there better guidelines regarding spoilers? PBS Idea Channel  caught up with some of our favorite Youtubers at Vidcon and got their two Read MoreRead More…Are There Rules For Spoilers? | PBS Idea Channel

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Celebrate Independence Day with a Video Break and a Tea Party

I just spotted this:

The 4th July celebrates independence from the Brits, and Unruly is joining in the fun by confirming the 100 most shared tea-themed videos of all time, It has also released an infographic featuring 10 famous – but hidden – internet memes in the Boston Tea Party scene. Can you find them all? Not to boast but we got all ten :-)…Celebrate Independence Day with a Video Break and a Tea Party

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The Friday Roundup – A Steady Hand, Speed Effects and Multi Level Menus

You Need a Steady Hand These days it would be pretty safe to assume that the vast majority of people are shooting their video in at least some kind of high definition format. With the introduction of high definition one of the major problems that we all inherited was that of maintaining a reasonable stable image so that anyone watching our projects didn’t immediately suffer from motion sickness nausea! Yes high definition is great because it captures incredible quality and detail but at the s…

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