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    What are FanEdits, and why make them? FanEdits are an artform where someone takes a video source/sources and rearranges them with video editing software to create either a modified, or even radically new version of a movie.

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    Posted on 04-07-2012 07:38 AM  Number of Views: 1084 
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    Inline Image We don't normally report on special deals, but this one shouldn't be missed.

    If you are in the market for Adobe Premiere Elements, Adobe Photoshop Elements or a combo pack of both, head over to Newegg, create an account or sign in, add the add the product(s) to your cart and then enter the promo code EMCYTZT1414. This will take 50% off of Newegg's already reduced price on these programs.

    For those without a calculator, that means:
    Adobe Premiere Elements drops from $84.99 to $42.29
    Adobe Photoshop Elements drops from $89.99 to $44.99
    Both Photoshop and Premiere Elements drop from $139.99 to $69.99!

    Act soon, as this deal is for today only and while supplies last.

    Update: And the sale is over.
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    Posted on 08-23-2011 04:50 PM  Number of Views: 1438 
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    Inline Image Technology is not often created with the home video editor in mind, and it certainly is not created for faneditors. However, recent technological advances, and interest in DIY video editing and production have created some amazing products and tools available to fanedits. Faneditors now have various linear editing applications (e.g., Apple Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, etc.) and special effects packages (e.g., Adobe After Effects, Blender, Maya, Wax, etc.) at their disposal on home computers.

    With all that though, the faneditor is still limited by available footage. Some faneditors have tried to overcome that by filming their own sequences for integration into films, like in Adywans upcoming The Empire Strikes Back Revisited. This is no easy feat though, and is above and beyond the capabilities and resources of most faneditors. So, we are left to work with what is available on sources such as DVD and Blu-ray. Often editors have a desire to utilize deleted or alternate takes in edits to flesh out a story. Many times these scenes are presented either with unfinished sound or video effects, or are in poor quality. Color-correction, and filters can generally only take you so far, and at times scenes may be beyond salvation. Some faneditors have chosen to still include this material in their edits, sacrificing the drastic change in quality for narrative improvement.

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    Posted on 06-29-2011 01:23 PM
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    Apple has heard the cries from Final Cut users, and have now responded. As per usual with any Apple product that is deficient, Apple does not actually admit to there being any problems, but rather explains what Final Cut X Pro CAN do. Do you think their response resolves the problems, or is Apple just covering their asses?
    Posted on 09-19-2009 10:54 PM
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    an article by Jorge

    What do you do when you discover a world populated by creative trailblazers but find yourself with little time for trailblazing of your own? If you are TV's Frink, you create your own trail.

    This Self confessed Star Wars fanatic found himself in a quandary: In a world of over 100 Star Wars fanedits, which do you watch first? Since he was not a faneditor himself but wanted to contribute to the community, he decided to create PROJECT CUTLIST.

    It's aim? to watch and catalogue every Star Wars fanedit and the changes to the films.

    And contrary to everyone's belief, including myself, this month he celebrates his 20th cutlist done.


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