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  • Blackmagic Firmware Update Coming Soon

    With the release of not one, but two new cameras at NAB 2014, current Blackmagic Camera owners have been going nuts over unreleased firmware updates for the full camera lineup. While many officials of Blackmagic Design are present at their booth, Kristian Lam was able to give some info on a future firmware release that's promised "within a month's time from today." The update includes: New debayering for shooting directly to ProRes or DNxHD on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera Improved MFT lens suppo...

  • 2014 Blackmagic Design: A Letter from Grant Petty

    Now that NAB 2014 is underway, so are many of the announcements from companies introducing new camera products. For Blackmagic Design, Grant Petty sent out letters to current customers introducing two new cameras, detailing DaVinci Resolve 11, and much more. If you didn't get the email, here it is: Hi, It’s NAB 2014 time and we have some very exciting new products this year and I wanted to update you on all the details!

  • Conforming to 24p in Final Cut Pro X 10.1

    In the Final Cut Pro X community, the new 10.1 update was the best Christmas present Apple could give us. The new Mac Pro is really an early Easter present (insert laugh). Among the many changes in 10.1 to the interface and file management there was a subtitle change that may throw some at first.

  • Christmas According To Kids

    A few weeks ago, I was able to break free of web development and shoot with the great Rob Thomas and Steve Vanderheide for a new Igniter Christmas movie: Christmas According to Kids. These kids were so much fun to film. Between Rob's brother Blair (lead actor) making jokes and the kids saying some pretty crazy things, it was very hard to stay composed.

  • Retina Photoshop Arrives

    When the 15" Retina Macbook Pro's were introduced this summer, Adobe showed off a retina version of Photoshop on stage. After months of waiting and a promised "soon" for delivery, Photoshop 13.1.0 finally arrives with support for HiPPi screens—but only for the Mac. Sorry, Windows fans!

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