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Focus: Graphics Designer Motion Composer Animation for Flash or HTML5
By Ko Maruyama MotionComposer is a new way to create and deliver HTML5 or Flash animation. Designed by French company Aquafadas, the software is available in both Mac and PC versions to allow anyone the ability to start animating right away. Although Adobe Flash animations have recently been the subject of scrutiny, there are many advantages to using HTML5. With MotionComposer, you can easily make your content much more engaging. Adobe's Flash content is a very rich experience. There is a wide range of interactive animations that you can create using animation tools that develop for Flash player. However, Flash does require Adobe's Flash player in order to let your audience experience that content. ENTER: HTML5. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Iron Man Car Charger Not an Arc Reactor
By Ko Maruyama File this under silly. It?s a USB car charger in the shape of Iron Man (or Iron Patriot/War Machine). I enjoy collecting little toy figurines of superheroes. I admit I have an Iron Man t-shirt that I wear, but I couldn?t think of a good reason for the Iron Man CAR CHARGER. Until, I thought of my friend Dave, and his son. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Design A Cloud SoundSpectrums cloud visualizer can set the mood
By Ko Maruyama SoftSkies is a music visualizer created by SoundSpectrum. If you're an iTunes user, you may be familiar with the visualizer that comes packed in with your Mac software. These are those same guys, and they've just come up with a new way to watch your music. These cloudscapes can fit your chill music library. Clouds are always relaxing. Pair the visual with some of your favorite chill out music, and your afternoon downtime just got a lot more relaxing. ...Read More »
Focus: Business Media IDG TechNetwork invites you to participate in a survey You could win a $500 Amazon gift card!

DG TechNetwork invites you to participate in a survey to help us deliver the online content and services most useful to you. ...Read More »
Focus: Consumer Electronics Top Black Friday Shopping Links Check these ads before standing in line!
By DMN Staff Writer Well it's almost the Most Wonderful Day of the Year again! No not Christmas - Black Friday! It's the day where you get up way too early and stand in line, and hopefully get the deal of a lifetime! To help you out we've put together a list of Top Black Friday sales and ads. It will pay off in both the long run and short term to do your homework and know whats on sale where. ...Read More »
Focus: IT/Enterprise Kit Kat Arrives OTA for Nexus 10's! Latest Android OS arrives overnight

We woke up this morning to find the latest version of Android OS had indeed arrived OTA on the Nexus 10. Here are some of the highlights we discovered as we started 'unwrapping' this early holiday gift from Google. ...Read More »
Focus: Animators iStopMotion for iPad One More Frame
By Ko Maruyama Last year, I wrote about the fun application called iStopMotion by Boinx.com. In returning to iStopMotion on iPad, I'm glad to see that the app has gone through many changes and upgrades. Most recently, Boinx has announced the ability to export up to 200 frames in an animated GIF! It's not only a fun application to have as an animator, but it's a teaching opportunity too. When I teach older animation students, they usually understand the importance of timing and number of frames per second. At home with my kids, iStopMotion for iPad is a fun way to craft stories and express creativity. For both older students and young kids, iStopMotion is an accessible way to start making stop motion animations right away. ...Read More »
Focus: Post/Production Grass Valley EDIUS version 7 Along with AVID Composer, Sony Vegas Pro 12, Adobe Premiere Pro CC and FCP, EDIUS 7 delivers at the Big End of Video Editing
By David Hague Rather than adding any drastically radical major new enhancements to version 6.5, version 7 instead provides improvements to existing functionality taking advantage of the newer processors letting you work in real time in not only an editing workflow, but also transcoding between 4K, HD and SD resolutions including aspect ratio changes and frame rates. Improvements have to been made in the handling of large numbers of still image files including JPG, TGA and DPX. ...Read More »
Focus: Post/Production Monsters run Rampant Rampant Design Tools provide creepy textures
By Ko Maruyama Rampant Design Tools have created a series of images for post production FX in the past. Their newest offering is just in time for the Halloween holiday. MonsterFX Undead provides a series of images that you can use in post for video or still photography. ...Read More »
Focus: Post/Production Sorenson Squeeze 9 A Great Product Just Gets Better (and Easier!)
By David Hague For as long as I have been shooting and editing video, there has been a version of Sorenson Squeeze available. Quite simply, Squeeze has always been the premiere transcoding utility used by professionals. It is simple to use, effective, fast and covers almost every known codec and format type available. Squeeze 9 is the latest version of this venerable product, and while certainly not an inexpensive package, with pricing ranging from USD$799 to an eye watering $1999 for the server version, if you are a professional in the video game, it is an almost indispensable item to have in your toolbox. ...Read More »
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