We’re written about signal separation before – it’s the process of taking a finished work (a track, for instance) and separating up into its parts (stems). We’ve seen a number of academic and commercial attempts at advancing music signal separation forward, but most of them take a fair amount of tweaking, additional processing, or have […]
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This is "Cinematic Atmospheres." A collection of over 80 extremely versatile music textures and sounds for your films and editing.
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In this overview we go over the different audio file formats at your disposal — and which is best for video editing projects.
We're here to answer some questions — what are compression ratios, how do they affect digital filmmaking, and what do they have to do with codecs?
Is your machine struggling to play back media in DaVinci Resolve at the correct frame rate? If so, you may need to use optimized media.
One of the biggest challenges for VJs is organizing their VJ loops. Which files are encoded properly? How long are these clips? What’s the resolution? Unlike DJs, VJs don’t really have any software like iTunes that’s designed for organizing their media. This usually leaves VJs to organize their content using boring old folders, lame. Today […]
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