• This Super Quick Trick Results in a Great Audio Transition

    5 days ago - By No Film School

    If you want to make your audio transitions effective as well as stylish, give this handy technique a try.
    Audio swells-when's the last time you watched a movie, TV show, or YouTube video that didn't have one? They're as ubiquitous as a Starbucks cup in DC but unlike the overpriced frothy brews served to the thirsty masses in our nation's capital, getting your hands on one won't swallow up your entire lunch break. In this tutorial, Zach Ramelan of PremiumBeat shows you how to use your existing music track to create your very own audio swells in just a few steps. Check it out below:
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  • Christopher Nolan Is Trying to Make Sure His Movies Won't Look Weird on TV

    Christopher Nolan Is Trying to Make Sure His Movies Won't Look Weird on TV

    5 days ago - By The Wrap

    Producer/director Christopher Nolan is on a mission to improve your television-viewing pleasure.
    Have you ever been to a super store and noticed that a movie being played on a demo 4K TV looks kinda weird? Like it's being played at 1.5x speed? That's because of a TV setting called “motion smoothing.” Put simply, it's a mode added to TVs to remove the motion blur that comes with high-definition presentation... and Nolan is one among many filmmakers who dislike what it does to their films so much that they're doing something about it.
    Earlier this week, Nolan, who is co-head of the Directors...
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