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How to set your shot on fire without getting burned
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How one remarkable design partnership is injecting new life into the movie poster
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How to set your shot on fire without getting burned
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How to set your shot on fire without getting burned

You know what they say: if you play with fire, you might get burned by not knowing how to composite it correctly in Adobe After Effects. In this post, we’ll solve that now and for all time.

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Winning at Independent Filmmaking

It’s been a really great year for my friend and long time independent filmmaking comrade, Anthony Lucero. A year that was a decade in the making.

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How one remarkable design partnership is injecting new life into the...

“Iconic.” It’s a word we like to use to describe our favorite images, scenes, settings and characters. But how would you design those icons if you had the chance?

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5 ways to make Final Cut Pro X faster

Do some googling and you’ll see benchmarks and YouTube videos showing Final Cut Pro X to be not just faster, but many times faster than other NLEs at importing, playback and export. However, you’ll also hear some reports from folks who have had the opposite experience. If you’ve experienced slowness, or are looking to squeeze more speed […]

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Frame.io Cribs: Picrow (Hollywood, California)

Picrow (originally known as Pictures in a Row) offers post and production on films and commercials of all kinds. We paid a visit to explore their unique, one-of-a-kind crib.

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Our $10M Series A

Today is an incredible day for Frame.io. After winning an Apple Design Award in June and attracting close to 200,000 creative professionals from all over the world, we’re thrilled to announce a $10M Series A.

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How to recognize and fix 11 common problems in Final Cut Pro X

Some things are like the ocean: shallow enough for a child to wade in, yet deep enough that you will rarely see the bottom. Final Cut Pro X is close to one of those things…

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How to make a bland image cinematic: take things away

Cinematic reality is never reality. Know the difference between reality and cinematic reality as a post-production artist and you will raise your game.

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Five smart ways to color on set

What if you made all of your color decisions before the camera ever rolled?