Monthly Archives: September 2006

What’s Coming Up Next

Some of the VTCs we are currently working on are How to Embed QuickTime Video in Dreamweaver How to Configure XviD Codec And we are also working on short VTCs for Final Cut Pro techniques such as Embedding Timecode Detailed … Continue reading

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Firefox 2.0 Released

mozilla.org has released the latest version of its Internet browser, Firefox. The latest version, 2.0 RC1 is available for Windows, Mac and Linux users. The Mac version is in Universal Binary and works for both PPC-based and Interl-based CPUs.

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Apple, Updating Aperture to 1.5

Apple today released an updated version of its raw image editor for photographers. According to Apple, new features include “flexible library management,” “automatically generated previews,” “drag-and-drop JPEG export” and so force. For more information, check out Aperture’s What’s New at … Continue reading

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DivX, Inc., Going to Nasdaq

DivX, Inc., the developer of a popular video codec, announced on Friday its initial public offering of 9,100,000 shares of common stock at $16.00 per share. This public offering can generate $145.6 million for DivX. Today, DivX stock finished its … Continue reading

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Final Cut Pro Basic Techniques #4 (Mac Only)

Final Cut Basic Technique Series #4: Pleasantville effect (partial colors) A 1998 movie ‘Pleasantville’ is somewhat phenomenal in video editing. In some parts of the movie, the screen is all black and white except selected characters. We want to revive … Continue reading

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