Light it Up: Enhance your Avid Projects with Boris Continuum Complete

Light it Up! Enhance your Avid Projects with Boris Continuum Complete

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Join Steve Holyhead as he demonstrates how to create stunning light effects with Boris Continuum Complete 8 AVX. Learn how to create cinematic looks, stylish broadcast design elements, and beautiful transitions with BCC Lens Flare 3D; simulate production lights, projectors, or stage lighting with BCC Stage Light; create the soft feel of exposed film with BCC Film Glow; and generate eye-catching title effects with glints and rays.

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Steve HolyheadAbout the Presenter: Steve Holyhead
Steve’s education began with 16mm film, and he transitioned to videotape when he started his career in television. In Toronto in the mid 1990s, he edited his first TV series using Avid Media Composer. Steve quickly became an expert user of Media Composer and other non-linear editing systems, and he began training others in how to use them. He is known for masterfully synthesizing complex information into a plain-English, user-friendly learning experience.

In 1999, Steve post-produced and edited Wilfred, one of the very first UK 35mm digital intermediate (DI) projects. Since 2000, through his work in the Hollywood and Burbank production communities, Steve has become an expert in HD cameras, film and DI processes, file-based production, and visual effects.

He has worked for world-class media and technology companies, including Autodesk, Avid, BBC, and Discovery Communications, in addition to running his own company BloomCast.


Video Tutorial: Create Audio-Driven Effects with Boris Continuum Complete

Create Audio-Driven Effects in Sony Vegas Pro with Beat Reactor

If you have ever tried to sync visual effects to a musical beat, then you know how much time and effort is involved, and you are going to love Boris Continuum Complete 8’s new built-in Beat Reactor technology. In this Boris TV episode, Senior VASST Trainer John Rofrano shows you how it’s done.

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Boris Continuum Complete 8 Wins StudioDaily’s Prime Award

Prime Awards

Boris FX received multiple Prime Awards at the StudioDaily Prime Awards Breakfast that was held at NAB 2012. Boris Continuum Complete 8 won a Prime Award for “Best New Technology – Upgrade” and Boris Transfer Suite received an Honorable Mention for “Best User Interface/User Experience – New Product”.

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Boris Continuum Complete 8 delivers the most comprehensive VFX plug-in suite ever created for leading video editing and compositing applications on Macintosh and Windows. A whopping 200+ filters include 3D particle effects, image restoration tools, lens flares and lights, keys and mattes, 3 Way Color Grading and other color correction tools, 3D Objects such as Extruded Text, time-based effects such as Optical Stabilizer, warp and perspective effects, and blurs, glows, and cinematic effects. All filters take advantage of either multi-processing or OpenGL hardware acceleration for an interactive effects design experience.

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Over 1,000 professionally-designed presets are included free with every installation of BCC. Customers can save and freely share their own presets and build customized preset collections tuned to the specific needs of a project – without the need for a costly subscription service. Presets can be shared with matching BCC installations on any host application in which BCC is installed. In addition, via the Boris Transfer workflow utilities, BCC is the only plug-in set that allows easy VFX migration between Avid, Adobe, and Apple editing software – with parameters and keyframed information intact. Boris Transfer AE transfers Avid or Final Cut Pro sequences to After Effects while Boris Transfer FCP transfers sequences between Avid and Final Cut Pro.

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Canon unveils EOS-1D C and C500 4K Cinema cameras, two new lenses ahead of NAB (updated)
BY ZACH HONIG
POSTED APR 12TH 2012 09:00AM
In a departure from its last introduction as dramatic as the C300’s Hollywood launch itself , Canon has quietly announced two additional cameras to sit alongside the company’s former lone flagship. You may have caught a glimpse of the EOS-1D C at the C300 launch, but what six months ago was a mere mock-up has actually become a reality, likely to ship sometime this year. More out of left field, however, is the C500 — a higher-end version of the C300 that adds several shooting modes, dual 3G-SDI ports and a larger, permanent grip. Both cameras can capture 4K video, but in substantially different ways.
The $15,000 1D C, which has the same chassis and still shooting features of its less-abled cousin, the EOS-1D X , pipes 4096 x 2160 8-bit 4:2:2 video to a CF card at 24 fps. Unlike the X, however, the C swaps a headphone jack for the X’s PC socket, that’s usually used for hooking up strobes. The higher-end C500 requires a dedicated external recorder, but offers two full-RAW output options: 4096 x 2960, that will be better suited for motion picture capture, and 3840 x 2160 for 4K TV. Both of these modes offer 10-bit 4:4:4 at 60 frames-per-second. There’s also a half-RAW option, at 4096 x 1080 or 3840 x 1080 resolutions, also 10-bit 4:4:4, but at 120 fps. The C500 also includes dual CF slots, but that recording option is only available for 1080p (which can be captured to CF