The next version of the colour correction software for video makes it usable on smaller screens.
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The next version of the video ingest tool will include native DNxHD and ProRes format support.
The next version of the audio editing software includes a nifty tool for removing unwanted sounds.
Watch the allegorical one-take video to the song-of-the-moment by 'celestial country' act Phosphorescent.
We interview the artist about exploring the natural world with geometric forms.
Two recent projects for hospitals show how children respond to therapy better in environments that make them happy and feel engaged.
The Technology Strategy Board has been given a pot to help develop tech for VFX, film and games – but it's targeted vaguely.
The Maya and 3DS Max developer has revealed a new identity based around concepts of motion.
Dutch illustrator Martijn Rijven discusses designing a firey fox for Mozilla and Wolff Olins around a concept of 'freedom'.
We spend some time with Wacom's new digital drawing surface, which fits comfortably onto your lap.
We interview Mike and Katie about designing the character's on the noses for the charity's 25th Red Nose Day.
The viral campaign from Canada takes a swing at those 'directly responsible' for retouching photos in ad campaigns, magazines and newspapers.
Node helps weavers in Nepal get a fair wage through producing rugs with designs by Geoff McFetridge, Micah Lidberg, Jon Klassen, Serge Seidlitz…
Artist updates site with work for The Guardian, Readers Digest and Popshot
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Neil Bennett spends time with a beautifully-sculpted desktop.
For 3D artists, two workstations is definitely better than one, finds Neil Bennett
Life of Pi's Oscar win for visual effects offers a sobering reflection on the precarious financial state of much of the VFX industry.
The 3Doodler is a pen that uses ABS or PLA plastics as ink, so you can draw real-world objects onto surfaces or right into the air.
The laptop is now available with faster processors and more RAM – but only the Retina Display model gets the top-spec chip.
All the usual warning bells are there. It's a competition, but the prize is 'exposure'. But it is for a very worthy cause...
Thanks for lettings us know, but instalment is the correct British spelling (we're based in London). Installment is the American spelling.
It's a mid-tone metallic, so looks silver under bright lights or near-black in a darkened edit suite.
No, it's just a good a smooth base that slides round easily on the desk.
Thanks for letting us know. Fixed now!