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Virtual Reality Coming Into View

The Vancouver International Film Festival picked a good time to host an industry event on Virtual Reality today. With characteristic fanfare, Google just unveiled a budget VR headset and controller, Daydream View. Daydream is Google’s virtual reality platform, coming next month.

A Climate Scientist Gets Elected. My Risk Pays Off.

When, on the night of Tuesday 14th May, the results came in for the 2013 election in British Columbia in Canada, it marked the end of what seemed like a very long journey for me.

Sony Seeks 3D Film Content Competition

Sony is running a competition for budding 3D filmmakers (closing date: 9 July 2010). The winning entries will be used on its in-store demo Blu-ray disc and given to purchasers of its new line of Sony BRAVIA 3D TVs.

Adobe CS5 Promises 64-bit Powered Speed Boost

Adobe's new line of editing suites - CS5 - were launched with great fanfare on Monday. Among them is the video editing package, Production Premium CS5, which looks to build on the strengths of Adobe Production Premium CS4, as well as iron out some of its wrinkles.

Adobe Premiere Elements 8 and Photoshop Elements 8 Review

The latest versions of entry level editors Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements are meant to be smart. But it turns out they can also be pretty slow.

Review: Adobe Production Premium CS4

There's been big changes in video since Adobe announced the release, two years ago, of Creative Suite 3 (CS3). Even in the months since Adobe released its moving-image editing suite Production Premium CS4, things have moved along apace in videoland. High resolution video has become ubiquitous across the web, from Old Media newspaper web sites to bedroom vloggers.

Adobe Premiere Elements 7 and Photoshop Elements 7 Review

A review of the latest version of the consumer video-photo editing software bundle.

First view of Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium

Adobe takes video editing to the next level with a new suite of professional tools for both Mac and PC users.

Review: Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 and Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 bundle

The latest version of home video software editor Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 returns the stop motion capture feature much beloved by animators.

Adobe Production Studio

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