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November 2008

Kicking the tires on the "native" RED Quicktimes

Apple and RED surprised everyone yesterday with updates that allow you to re-wrap the native .R3D files as a .mov and then bring them into Final Cut Pro instead of converting the clips to ProRes or editing the proxies. The first thing that I wondered is how much of a time savings would this be ...

RED releases the "native" R3D support in Final Cut Pro

Hot on the heels of Adobe's announcement that the Premiere Pro CS4 update 4.0.1 would natively support RED's .R3D files, RED has released the RED Final Cut Studio 2 Installer. From the RED website: For Intel-based Apple Macintosh systems with Final Cut Pro 6.0.5 or above. The Final Cut Studio RED Installer provides the RED QuickTime ...

A Best Film List By Alphabet

Self-Reliant Filmmaking posted their Best Film List, By Alphabet. There seem to be some rules. 1. Pick one film to represent each letter of the alphabet.* 2. The letter “A” and the word “The” do not count as the beginning of a film’s title, unless the film is simply titled A or The, and I don’t know ...