Archive for 'Software'
Posted on 24. Apr, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Red Giant is doing some great things and they’ve just released “Spy vs. Guy” a Canon EOS 5D Mark III short shot to show off their latest software BulletProof. The hard part (and I’m not sure they’ve really been able to pull this off) is to shoot a short that demonstrates software that works on [...]
Posted on 31. Jan, 2013 by planetmatt.
It is great to know that just because mass shipping has not yet occurred with the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, the team at Blackmagic is staying busy doing an impressive job with firmware updates. The new software update can be found here and includes time lapse recording, aperture indicator when using compatible EF lenses, ExFAT formatting [...]
Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by planetmitch.
I’ve learned several things lately about data management and earlier I showed you Event ManagerX for managing projects and events in FCPX – but now, I’ve learned an even better trick – using Apple’s sparse disk images to create entire stand alone archive disks for events and projects. Links: planet5d.com/sparsedisk planet5d.com/chrisfolder daily planet5D #49 Archiving [...]
Posted on 22. Aug, 2012 by planetmitch.
Patrick Moreau and fabulous team over at @stillmotion sent me the very first worldwide copy of SMAPP, their filmmaking iPhone application. And I’m honored as well as very impressed by what they’ve accomplished. This team is doing some amazing things and you’ll want to have this tool in your arsenal. What the heck is SMAPP [...]
Posted on 23. Jul, 2012 by planetmitch.
Looks like the guys behind Magic Lantern have really stepped it up lately – this demo video and new release look really solid. I’ll be trying it out over the next few days and will give you a report. They’re saying this version is very stable and that many are using it every day for [...]
Posted on 10. Jul, 2012 by planetmitch.
The geniuses behind magic lantern sent me this yesterday – they’ve started testing a hot new version – plus they’ve moved to a new site making things much easier to find and to know what is going on. It has been a long time since the last stable release and so this is indeed great [...]
Posted on 05. Jun, 2012 by planetmitch.
When digging around the other day, I found this really cool experimental film that was shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II and combines the use of the Kinect for Xbox 360 with the HDSLR footage and it has some cool potential for future use. It turns out that RGB+D team, Jonathan Minard, are [...]
Posted on 31. May, 2012 by planetmitch.
For those of you who have DaVinci Resolve, you will be interested in learning more about this new library of coloring grades from Color Grading Central. Luster Power Grades Want to know the secrets to creating that illusive or sophisticated look? Denver Riddle of Color Grading Central is sharing his library of Luster Power Grades [...]
Posted on 16. Apr, 2012 by planetViking.
Plural Eyes 3.0 Major update of editors’ favorite timesaver delivers new visual workspace and lightning fast syncing; users can manage media and projects in new and more imaginative ways Vancouver, British Columbia — April 16, 2012 — Singular Software™, a developer of workflow automation applications for video production, is demonstrating the brand new PluralEyes version [...]
Posted on 22. Mar, 2012 by planetDustin.
It’s the year 1991. I’m a kid on a beach in St. Petersburg, Florida trying to capture another amazing sunset with my new awesome camera. This was the day I first learned about the inadequacies of digital photography. That picture I took . . . sucked. The sunset didn’t look nearly as magical as it [...]
Posted on 01. Feb, 2012 by planetmitch.
Peter (@IamPter on twitter) sent us this good news this evening – Canon has updated the EOS Utility to work on OSX Lion and he also sent us the download link. I was able to download it and install it on my OSX Lion setup on my iMac and it worked like a charm. This [...]
Apple updates Final Cut Pro X with some stuff that should have been there in the first place UPDATE 4
Posted on 31. Jan, 2012 by planetmitch.
We’d heard rumors about it yesterday and 9to5mac just published the story (tho it hasn’t yet been picked up by other sites like macrumors yet surprisingly… was there an embargo that is being ignored? -update 8:54 am CT – macrumors does have a story now) Included as a free update are these features and more… read [...]