1. Using Photographs to Enhance Videos of a Static Scene

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    from pro Added 552K 1,087 123

    *Thanks to everyone for all the kind comments. They are really encouraging.* The work presents a system for automatically producing a wide variety of video enhancements and visual effects. Unlike traditional visual effects software (e.g., After Effects, Shake, Boujou, etc), the system is completely automatic and no manual labor is required from the user. The major limitation of the work is that it can currently handle only videos of static scenes (i.e., videos shot with a moving camera but containing no moving objects in the scene). Efforts are being made to lift this restriction in future work. Applications of the system include: High resolution/definition video, High dynamic range video, Removing objects from a video, Creating painterly (NPR) videos, Video stabilization, Easy video editing Project website: http://grail.cs.washington.edu/projects/videoenhancement/ Followup work for dynamic scenes: http://www.vimeo.com/2937785

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    • Scenes You’ve Seen: Blockbuster movies recreated with stock footage

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      Scenes you’ve seen … or have you? Using Dissolve stock footage – and the magic of editing – we’ve created this impressionistic homage to some classic movies. Can you name all 14 films? See and license the clips used at dissolve.com/scenes Now try your luck with Scenes You’ve Seen 2: Award Winners Edition: https://vimeo.com/119382931 Music: “Retro Smash Hit” by Pat Andrews, licensed from Audiosocket http://bit.ly/retrosmash If you would like to publish or broadcast this video, please contact us at press@dissolve.com or on Twitter at @dissolve.

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      • Scenes You've Seen 2: Award Winners

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        We celebrate movies and their makers in these recreations of 13 movies that have won those shiny gold trademarked statues. How many can you name? Watch the original Scenes You've Seen, also a Vimeo Staff Pick: https://vimeo.com/105310266. Created entirely with Dissolve stock footage. License the clips used at http://www.dissolve.com/scenes2. Thanks to Red Giant for the cool VHS filter: http://www.redgiant.com/store/universe/products/tool/vhs Music: "Mountaintop" by David Das, licensed from Audiosocket: http://bit.ly/SYS2_walk_off. To publish or broadcast this video, contact press@dissolve.com, or tweet us at @dissolve. Media outlet? Grab the Scenes 2 press pack: http://bit.ly/scenes2presskit.

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        • What is Magisto

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          Isn't video editing too complicated and time consuming? Magisto - magical video editing. In a click!

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          • Premiere Pro basic Tutorial - Import, Edit, Export

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            from clay asbury Added 73.4K 154 15

            This a quick-start tutorial for quickly getting up to speed with Premiere Pro (CS4-CS6) Import, Edit, & Exporting for the web are covered in this 13 minute tutorial.

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            • WinOnX

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              Created by Multivision, this is the WinOnX Demonstration Video. WinOnX is a Mac app developed by NES Software and available on the Mac App Store. The script & voiceover for this video were developed by Brent Dorshkind. Multivision created the live demo, screen-captured, & edited the video. The overall tempo & scene selections have been adjusted in editing and opening, middle & ending titles have been added.

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              • Faux Shows

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                Believe it or not, a lot of people still watch major-network TV. We took a break from watching Netflix, HBO, and Vimeo On Demand to ask our sources at a major broadcasting corporation what’s on tap for fall 2015. They leaked us this exclusive preview reel, featuring generic genres, tried-and-true tropes, stereotypical characters, and can’t-miss casting. We smell syndication! Created entirely with Dissolve stock footage. License the clips used at http://dissolve.com/fauxshows Video effects courtesy of Red Giant: http://redgiant.com Reality show music: “Tribal Madness” by Richard Ames, licensed from Audiosocket http://bit.ly/1LoVZzo; news show music: “News Jingle” by Masardian, via Freesound http://bit.ly/1LoXVrH. Other tracks via http://freesound.org and http://freemusicarchive.org. To publish or broadcast this video, contact press@dissolve.com, or tweet us at @dissolve. Media outlet? Grab the Faux Shows media kit. http://bit.ly/FauxShowsMediaKit

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                • ScreenFlow 5 - Screencasting and Video Editing Software for Mac

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                  With ScreenFlow you can record the contents of your entire monitor while also capturing your video camera, iOS device, microphone and your computer audio. The easy-to-use editing interface lets you creatively edit your video. The finished result is a polished, high-quality MP4, MOV or M4V movie, ready for publishing to your Web site, blog or directly to YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Dropbox, Wistia or Facebook. For more information about ScreenFlow 5, go to http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/

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                  • FCPX3D TEXT - PROFESSIONAL 3 DIMENSIONAL TEXT FOR FCPX - PIXEL FILM STUDIOS

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                    from Pixel Film Studios Added 40.2K 14 4

                    FCPX3D TEXT - PROFESSIONAL 3 DIMENSIONAL TEXT FOR FCPX - PIXEL FILM STUDIOS http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/plugin/plugin-fcpx-3d-text Get ready to witness awesomeness in Final Cut Pro X with FCPX3D Text from Pixel Film Studios™. Pan, pivot, tilt, dolly, and crane around your text without any restrictions to observer your title from every perspective imaginable. Then, customize your text with numerous style controls, including color, outline, bevel, lighting, extrude and font all inside of FCPX. TRUE 3D TEXT IN FINAL CUT PRO X! With FCPX3D Text, you can finally create the true 3 Dimensional text that you always wanted in Final Cut Pro X. Pan, pivot, tilt, dolly, and crane around your text without any restrictions. Get ready to witness the true awesomeness of your 3D text from any perspective! AWESOME TEXT STYLE PRESETS FCPX3D Text comes fully loaded with awesome text style presets that can be tweaked and customized to fit the style of your film. Simply drag-and-drop one of the presets into the timeline and add your own writing! FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE IN FCPX Couldn't find a preset that meets your needs? That's ok. Use the numerous style controls to make endless 3D text looks directly inside of Final Cut Pro X. With easy-to-use buttons and sliders in the FCPX Inspector, you can quickly change the color, outline, bevel, extrude, font and light color to create the look you want. 3 POINT LIGHTING SYSTEM Revel in the true awesomeness of your 3D text by moving the built-in light sources around and seeing the highlights and shadows react in a real time. Then change the color and quality of the light to complete your look. ON-SCREEN CONTROLS Take command of your FCPX3D Text with intuitive on-screen controls. Quickly and easily position your text with a simple click and drag in the Viewer window. Here at Pixel Film Studios™ we provide you with simple and easy to use tools to make you a professional all within Final Cut Pro X. DESIGNED FOR FINAL CUT PRO X FCPX3D Text was designed by the team at Pixel Film Studios to create flawless, true 3D text inside Final Cut Pro X without melting your computer with renders. With easy-to-use sliders and drop down menus in the FCPX Inspector you can quickly and effortlessly change the Camera Angle, Lens Type, and Shine of your text along with many parameters.

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