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Indie Thriller Ingenium Goes to the Big Screen
Ingenium Gets Consistent Look from Assimilate's SCRATCH
Indie Thriller Ingenium Goes to the Big Screen
Indie thriller, Ingenium, was a labor of love from start to finish. Creativity and dedication to their craft make indie filmmakers tick, and this was fully demonstrated by brothers Steffen Hacker - director, editor, producer - and color grading artist, Peter Hacker, in the production of their new mystery feature. The film is teeming with the typical indie challenges: multiple cameras with differing formats, resolutions, and codecs; limited time and varying work schedules; and tight budget constraints. Like many an indie filmmaker, the Hacker brothers used every ounce of talent and ingenuity, as well as the right tools to bring their creative vision to the big screen. Here's how they made it happen. Read More

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Scratch Play Pro
Scratch Play Pro
If you are looking for a responsive camera format player and transcoder that is light on system resources, and supports looks and metadata management, then SCRATCH Play Pro from Assimilate may just be the all in one tool for all of your playback needs. The application was released in July 2018, and after using the software for a month, it is hard not to find a reason to add SCRATCH Play Pro to your workflow. Read More
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Grading and Finishing with Scratch v9
Grading and Finishing with Scratch v9
Last summer I filmed a short mockumentary spoofing a home improvement show where the homeowners are a family of zombies. We shot this in a weekend with a fairly minimal crew, working with a first time director. The camera we filmed with was mine, a Red Epic-W, and we filmed in 8K raw. Earlier this year after a lot of rounds of editing and screenings with test audiences, the editor sent me the final edit for color grading. At the time I was working on an IT contract in Seattle and commuting an hour each on the train, so I took my HP Spectre x360 and the hard drive and decided to get started while commuting. And I used the new Scratch v9 for grading and finishing. Read More
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Preview of Apple’s September 12 event, plus your comments and questions: Macworld Podcast episode 620
Preview of Apple’s September 12 event, plus your comments and questions: Macworld Podcast episode 620
It’s official: Apple is having an event next week. What will we see from the company? We also respond to your comments and questions. Read More
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Apple’s A12 CPU, Apple All Access, Audience Hot Takes: Macworld Podcast episode 619
Apple’s A12 CPU, Apple All Access, Audience Hot Takes: Macworld Podcast episode 619
Thoughts on Apple’s upcoming A12 processor, what if Apple had an All Access plan, hot takes from the audience, and your comments and questions. Read More
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Stream On
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Live streaming. Once a term exclusive to the technology lexicon, it has quickly earned a place in everyday conversation. From the exponential growth of branded and independent content channels, to the explosion of esports and the emergence of social video, live streaming has evolved from a very niche application in the context of content production to a price-of-admission necessity for virtually every platform and provider with aspirations of multimedia supremacy. Read More
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Mac rumors, iPhone rumors, Apple Watch rumors, and more | Macworld Podcast Ep. 618
Mac rumors, iPhone rumors, Apple Watch rumors, and more | Macworld Podcast Ep. 618
Bloomberg says a new Mac mini and MacBook are on its way. The iPhone rumor mill is picking up speed as September approaches. New Apple Watches could be on the way, too. Plus your comments and questions. Read More
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Rumors, rumors, and more rumors about the iPhone, Apple Car, AR glasses: Macworld Podcast episode 617
Rumors, rumors, and more rumors about the iPhone, Apple Car, AR glasses: Macworld Podcast episode 617
Will Apple release AR glasses and an Apple Car in the near future? Will the iPhone support Apple Pencil? What’s up with Group FaceTime? We’ll also talk about your comments and questions. Read More

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