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OS X Mavericks Production Software & Driver Compatibility

In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, OS X Mavericks (10.9) released yesterday, and it’s free. But should you upgrade? If you’re in production, check this list first to see if your software is compatible. Obviously this list is only current as of 10/23/2013 – I doubt I’ll be proactive enough to come back

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Audio Plugins for Video Editors

Over this past Black Cyber Friday Through Monday, I was repeatedly tweeting about crazy deals being offered by Waves Audio. Those deals are still available now, but “ending soon.” Plus, they offer trials on almost every plugin, so you can try before you buy. I’m not employed by Waves; in fact, I have no relationship

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Final Cut Pro 7 Is Dead, Please Move On

To my friends and esteemed colleagues who are still working on Final Cut Pro 7: Stop being babies. I get that you feel betrayed. Apple took a product that you’d come to know and love and turned it into iMovie Pro. I’m sure you never expected to lose product features that you’d come to rely

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Video Game Recording Hardware Round-Up

I get a lot of people asking me about the best way to capture gameplay. It’s not a simple answer: there’s a wide range of options, from very consumer-focused products all the way up to the same stuff TV shows and movies use. Your own “best way” is going to be determined by your specific

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The 2013 Mac Pro X

On June 12th, in response to pro users’ anger at the ongoing lack of a significant Mac Pro update, Tim cook told us “something really great” is coming in 2013 for pro Mac users. Remember the last “something really great” Apple promised the pro community? It turned out to be a half-product that removed features that

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Automatic Duck Plugins for Free!

Published on July 13, 2012, by in Post, Software.

If you missed the news late last year (which I think a lot of people did), the folks at Automatic Duck have moved on to work with Adobe and others on technology integration. As a result, all Automatic Duck plugins are now free. These plugins are still incredibly useful, even if they’re no longer officially supported. They include:

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