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Making a music video with DAOR
Making a music video with DAOR Metalheads DAOR wanted a professional video for their debut release, and the director they approached was also in the market for some new kit. Luckily, bassist Andy is an account manager at Jigsaw...
Studio Lighting for Chromakey
Studio Lighting for Chromakey  When you're shooting against a chromakey backdrop, good lighting can be the difference between being able to pull a really clean key from your final image and shooting something that's mostly noise and falls apart as soon as you attempt...
New ways to showcase student content at Vision West Notts
New ways to showcase student content at Vision West Notts As part of their Vision West Notts rebranding exercise, West Nottinghamshire College launched a £5 million refurbishment of their...
Webcasting and live TV at Wiltshire College
Webcasting and live TV at Wiltshire College When Wiltshire College were looking to update its analogue TV studio, we provided them with NewTek’s TriCaster Pro - a portable production system that would...
Use Backburner to queue renders from non-Autodesk software
Use Backburner to queue renders from non-Autodesk software In a step-by-step guide, our 3D technical consultant explains how to use Backburner to render with non-Autodesk software, and even provides a few example commands for you to use...
New Perspectives On FCP X
New Perspectives On FCP X It's fair to say that editor, Apple-certified trainer and post-production consultant Jonathan Eric Tyrrell knows a fair bit about Final Cut. In this guest post, he shares his thoughts on one of the most divisive new features in FCPX: the Filmstrip view...
Export Inventor data directly into Revit
Export Inventor data directly into Revit The BIM Family Toolkit Technology Preview allows you to easily export Inventor configuration data from iParts and iAssemblies (parameters, file properties and component visibility) directly to Revit families. Once the family data has been imported into Revit, you...
Why listening to Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' on vinyl made me want to burn my CDs
Why listening to Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' on vinyl made me want to burn my CDs Every so often I feel compelled to spend an evening pulling out my record collection and rediscovering a time when I actively enjoyed the process of listening to music. This happens with almost alarming certainty when I have either a) had a little too much...
Speeding up rendering at the University of Glamorgan
Speeding up rendering at the University of Glamorgan The University of Glamorgan were looking for a solution to improve render times on their animation courses. We helped them set up a render farm that...
How to get Google Earth working with AutoCAD 2012
How to get Google Earth working with AutoCAD 2012 AutoCAD 2011 had the great function of being compatible with the Google Earth Extension, but a problem with the installer means Autodesk's new AutoCAD 2012 can't be detected.
Top 5 tips and tricks for Revit 2012
Top 5 tips and tricks for Revit 2012 Revit Clinic's Ryan Duell recently published his five best features in the new Revit 2012 release. We couldn't let these time-saving innovations go unappreciated, so put on your best Tony Blackburn voice as we begin the top five countdown...
Direct USB recording with RME's Fireface UFX update
Direct USB recording with RME's Fireface UFX update An oddity that didn't escape the attention of those who saw RME's flagship Fireface UFX audio interface at launch is that it had a USB slot on the front panel. There was very little mention of what it was for, but the rumours were...