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After Effects region of interest

After Effects region of interest
After Effects CC 2015 (13.5) is now available. For details about what’s new and changed in After Effects CC 2015 (13.5), see this page. IMPORTANT: Before installing the new version of After Effects, please read this page about the default behavior of the updater, which is to remove all previous versions of the application, and this page about why you might not want to do that. The biggest piece of work for After Effects CC 2015 (13.5) has been a complete re-architecture of how rendering occurs, specifically regarding separating the main render thread from the thread that controls the user interface. Please, check with the vendors of your third-party plug-ins for updates that are compatible with After Effects CC 2015 (13.5). I said that most are ready. As usual, Toolfarm is doing an excellent job of tracking which plug-ins have updates, and where to get them. Trapcode Sound Keys (Red Giant) This bug is our fault, not the fault of Trapcode or Red Giant. other Red Giant plug-ins Boris FX

Reblog Archive: Technologized Bodies/Embodied Technologies <p><img alt="caalef.gif" src=" width="180" height="28" border="0" style="float: left; margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px";><h4>LEF + Art Interactive/CAA06</h4><p></p> CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JANUARY 1, 2006 DEADLINE; BOSTON CAA CONFERENCE at ART INTERACTIVE GALLERY; co-curated by Legier Biederman and Dave Burns. Works on video that convey and/or solicit embodied subjects and/or embodied responses, and thus potentially rupture and/or problematize the notion that acts of viewing cohere us as the discrete and transcendent origins of vision and knowledge. [....] So, in contrast to theories of new media or interpretations of technologies that insist on the obsolescence of the body--its replacement with the pure information of digital screens or digital codes activated on these screens--how do experimental media works explore bodies for their capacity to activate rather than suppress the object or subject produced/reproduced?

Video production editing | Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium The Adobe USA site has been optimized for users within the United States. If you live outside the U.S., we recommend that you visit your local site for the most relevant information, including pricing, promotions, and local events. United States Canada - English Your country selection will be remembered for future visits. You can change this selection at any time using the country selector at the bottom of the page. Le site web américain d'Adobe a été optimisé pour les utilisateurs résidant aux États-Unis. Canada - Français Le pays choisi sera enregistré pour vos prochaines visites. View complete list of countries › Bringing art to life, pt IV: Magritte in Sir Realist Gustave Klimt wasn’t the only one getting a faithful, in the flesh reproduction of his works. In Genlux‘s winter issue, an editorial called Sir Realist shot by Andrew Matusik used surrealist master Rene Magritte‘s work as inspiration. While the reenactment isn’t always as faithful as Klimt’s, Magritte’s vision clearly shines through. Check it out and compare it to the originals! Unknown Golconde The Invention of Life Lovers Attempting the Impossible Castle in The Pyrenees Black Magic The Dangerous Liaison

Free New Adobe CS6 Tutorials: 18 Hours of Online Video Training We’ve mentioned Adobe TV in the past, but it just keeps getting bigger and better… When Creative Suite 6 was released, they published a 15-hour series of new online tutorials – but have recently doubled this to over 30 hours now of free video training for all CS6 tools. You’ll learn the basics with Getting Started overviews plus What’s New reviews by product experts, with 274 total chapters covering all major CS6 applications. If you don’t already have the programs installed on your computer but would like to get going today, you can easily down­load the free working trials for any CS6 product for Windows or Mac – then install, run, and start your training… Acrobat is not listed below, but if you want to learn how to use that software then see these separate three hours for Acrobat X or two hours for Acrobat XI. We’ve also linked below nearly two hours of sessions for the Creative Cloud, if decide to sign up for free membership there, or are already a member.

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Custom records for a 70's toy record player I recently stumbled across and old toy record player made by Fisher Price in the 1970s. I'm sure many of you will recognise this iconic toy and some of the older Instructables visitors may well have had one. As with many 40-year old toys, it was in a bit of a sad state and a couple of the records had been lost. 3D printing a record might seem like the obvious choice these days, but I decided to go with CNC milling. Why a mill you ask? Also the CNC mill means I'm not limited to plastic. If you want to 3D print a record then my code will have to be adapted but it's all open and should be easy enough to convert. UPDATE: I've now finished a 3D printed version of this project. Continuing the spirit of Instructables, if you create the music and share it, I'll make it real for you.

telematic connections:: timeline Introduction. Art and Telematics: A Match Made in Heaven? The marriage of art and technology figures prominently in utopian and dystopian formulations of the future. Following the binary logic of modernist discourse, art and her sisters (which include intuition, nature, and metaphyics) form a set that is mapped in opposition to technology and his brothers (analytic reason, machines, and physics). The slogan, "Art and technology - a new unity," which grounded the Bauhaus's modernist utopian vision of the 1920s, suggested that both art and technology were somehow insufficient on their own, and in need of each other. After two world wars and the dawning of the nuclear age, technology increasingly became seen as a threat to human life and free will. The relationship between art and technology with respect to utopian and dystopian visions of the future is richly articulated in the theories of Telematic Art proposed by British artist Roy Ascott since 1980.

How to Make a Professional Art Portfolio for a Gallery Your portfolio is less about your art than about making money from your art. If you're aiming for a show in a major art market -- Santa Fe, New York or Los Angeles, for example -- you'll need more than your dozen favorite gouaches in a big, leather case. You'll also need an artist's statement, a résumé, a logo, business cards, large photos of your work, custom stationery and a self-promoting DVD, all beautifully arranged in a custom presentation folder that you can force into a gallery manager's hand. You'll also want to carry around a portfolio case with original examples of your work. Artist's statement Logo Business cards Custom stationery Custom 9-by-12-inch presentation folders Résumé Digital camera 8-by-10-Inch photos of your most photogenic art 5-Minute video Show (6) More 1 Write an artist's statement. Photo Credit Hemera Technologies/ Images

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