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RE:Vision Effects releases RE:Match v2 for After Effects and Premiere Pro

RE:Vision Effects (www.revisionfx.com) has released RE:Match 2 for Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. The upgrade addresses common color problems when using multiple shots and/or multiple cameras. 

For general multicam shoots RE:Match matches, as best it can, one sequence’s color appearance to match that of another. For stere…
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RE:Vision Effects announces RE:Lens for FCP X and Motion

RE:Vision Effects has announced RE:Lens (http://revisionfx.com/products/relens/), a plug-in set for 360 (equirectangular) and fisheye workflow, for Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Motion.

You can shoot with a superfish lens on a single camera and convert the video to Latitude-Longitude (LatLong) format suitable for use with all major 360 v…
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Apple iPhone X, GSM Unlocked 5.8″, 256 GB – Space Gray
iPhone x features an all-screen design with a 5.8-Inch super Retina HD display with HDR and true tone. Face ID lets you unlock and…

Dual Lightning Adapter for iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 7/7 Plus, Jackiey Lightning to Double Lightning Audio + Charge Splitter for iOS 11 (Black)
Compatible Phone Models: (Requires iOS 10 and above) iPhone 7 / 7 Plus iPhone 6s / 6s Plus iPhone 6 / 6 Plus Listen, Talk and Remo…

Apple iPhone 8 4.7″, 64 GB, Fully Unlocked, Silver
iPhone 8 introduces an all-new glass design. The world’s most popular camera, now even better. The smartest, most powerful chip ev…

How computers and cellphones are impacting modern Amish communities: helping business owners and craftspeople increase efficiency, anxiety about social effects (New York Times)

New York Times:
How computers and cellphones are impacting modern Amish communities: helping business owners and craftspeople increase efficiency, anxiety about social effects  —  A young woman, wearing a traditional full-length Amish dress and white bonnet, stepped away from a farmer’s market, opened her palm and revealed a smartphone.


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How to Disable the New Transparency Effects in Windows 10

With Microsoft’s new Fluent Design, announced alongside the Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 is gaining more and more transparency—or, technically, translucency. If you don’t like this effect, you can flip a switch to disable transparency in all parts of Windows 10, from the taskbar and Start menu to apps like Calculator and People.

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