GIGABYTE strives for perfection, continuing to implement the latest innovative technology such as the Microsoft Azure AI and ALL Intel® Inside technology. Not only is it an industry first but also ensures customers receive their laptop with the highest performance and quality. There is nothing better to prove the quality of the AERO 15 laptop than the 2019 award for the “Best Notebook” of the year, presented by the European Hardware Association (EHA). GIGABYTE continues to lead by showcasing an all-new 17-inch model: AERO 17. The AERO 17 inherits the AERO series spirit with powerful processing capabilities through the all-new 9th gen Intel® core™ i9, 8 core processor, coupled with the NVIDIA® RTX™ STUDIO laptop certification, aiding creators to smoothly edit 4K videos and heavy 3D modelling tasks.
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Fans of the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” can keep the show going while it’s on hiatus thanks to the latest VFX tutorial from Red Giant: How to recreate the Mind Flayer. In this short, fun video, Seth Worley, the writer and director behind Red Giant Film hits including “Plot Device” and “Old/New,” shows visual effects artists and motion graphics designers how to recreate the monster-villain, the Mind Flayer, from the iconic final shot of Stranger Things season two. If you enjoy it, be sure to check out Seth’s previous insanely popular tutorial on turning a real-world environment into the Upside Down.
SAVE THIS RHINO is no ordinary conservation environmental documentary seen in the heritage of the creative team led by maverick AACTA winning filmmaker and…
The Genie Mini II builds upon the previous Genie Mini, adding functionality while keeping the same small form factor. It also incorporates features previously only found in the Genie II.
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Have you ever wanted a DIY guide to making a film? well we have found one!As a filmmaker we face many challenges and unfortunately there is no substitute for experience. Experienced Director and Filmmaker Usher Morgan has put pen to paper or should we say finger to key and written the complete guide to life on set.
After releasing his debut feature film to wide acclaim, filmmaker Usher Morgan (Prego, Windblown, Pickings) decided to write a filmmaking book which detailed his approach to writing, directing, and producing his own work, as well as the steps he took to distribute and market his film, Pickings, and release it to theaters across the nation.
Experienced filmmakers and soundos know…if you’re working with lavs, finding a good place to hide it without sacrificing audio quality can be challenging, especially when your talent’s clothes , or lack there of, aren’t doing you any favours.
If you dream of being a movie maker, it’s no longer as hard as it used to be. Today’s amazing technology has brought visual effects (VFX) and film making tools within reach of just about anyone with a creative idea and some time to learn.
VFX lets you, as a film producer, create scenes by manipulating footage and adding effects digitally to create professional films that look very real on a tight budget. If you were creating the same scenes on a live-action set, you may be looking at dangerous situations or a boatload of money.
By taking advantage of the VFX tools available, an indie filmmaker can create independent, professional films that can, at times, rival the motion picture movie houses at a fraction of the cost. Check out tools such as Motion Array video effects that put amazing visual effects, light leaks, and transitions at your fingertips. Here are the top five survival tips for incorporating VFX.
Thailand’s role as a movie-making hub in Southeast Asia is growing from strength to strength. Encouraged by generous film grants and a movie-loving population, Thai movies are enjoying box-office success, at home and abroad.Thai filmmaker Chayanop Boonprakob or Khun Moo, draws his inspiration for his movies from his very own experiences. His directorial debut, Suckseed(2011) was inspired by his passion for music. This was followed byMay Who?, another box-office hit movie which drew heavily from his love for comics and animation.Buoyed by the success of his films, Khun Moo was ready for bigger things. His latest film, Friend Zone gave him the perfect canvas to push his creative boundaries.The bittersweet romance-comedy which opened on Valentine’s Day in 2019 to rave reviews is also Thailand’s first feature film that is shot entirely on Sony’s breakthrough Cine Alta VENICE Full-Frame Digital Motion Picture Camera System