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  1. The 7th V2021.3 beta build is now available/ https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=242632&Itemid=81#242632 This will be one of the last prior to release. This new build fixes some longer standing issues, including a couple of recent regressions. This adds the ability to read the config.dat from the the 'Preferences' folder before looking for it in the run directory. 'frame rate' information to the export task log and ignored 'Auto' frame rate sequences when dragging and dropping selections from bins to sequences.
  2. They seem to be pumping out 2 beta builds a week at the moment, the 6th beta of V2021.3 is now available/ [url]https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=242316&Itemid=81[/url] Added ability to multi-select Groups from the Content Manager list Added a config to disable automatic marking of popped-out tiles (automarktiles 0) Added keyboard shortcut commands ('Toggle FX1' and up to FX8) for toggling FX track selection Added warning to alert users if starting a sequence archive but some high-resolution media is not available Plus va
  3. the 5th (there was a patch build in between) V2021.3 beta is now available https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=242142&Itemid=81#242142 This latest build improves the workflows for third party libraries and includes improvements for several issues reported. These include MKV.
  4. You commonly use different lights on each area, Need to set the light levels so that they're appropriate to the overall look of the scene/shot. Use your eyes, what looks right for what you're trying achieve, probably is. There are a number of books on film lighting, it's worth reading those.
  5. The third Lightworks V2021.3 beta build is now available https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=241709&Itemid=81 This build resolves many of the recently reported issues, improves the cloud storage integration work and even includes improvements for longer standing issues (e,g, MKV and HEVC).
  6. I seem to recall the Zeiss T3 10-100 16nn zoom lens having both imperial and metric focus scales.
  7. Under the new owners there seems to be a pace to bringing out new versions of Lightworks. They seem to have focused on remote working and improving the first impressions for new users in V2021.3 .
  8. The first V2021.3 beta is now available for download https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=241078&Itemid=81 New features include: Browse and Import Media from Cloud Storage Providers Upload Exports Directly To Cloud Storage Providers (Lightworks Pro Only) New Startup Wizard and Improved Hints New Import Panel The ‘Local files’ library has been given a much needed makeover to look and behave similar to Bins within the project. This allows you to choose how best to view your content prior to importing it, browse usi
  9. The film and TV industries have always been who you know and probably nothing is going to change that. The hard part is building up your network of contacts, a process that can take years and involves getting yourself into positions where you can get noticed, combined with careful marketing of yourself. Of course, it helps if you've got relatives or other connections in the industry..
  10. One point about longer short films is that they can drag compared to shorter, snappy films when put in a program of short films. You have to market your film with a sharp pitch, an excellent synopsis and publicity stills in order to get it accepted into a good film festival. These will encourage the viewers to view your film. These are the skills you need to get a feature film off the ground, so festivals are good practice. It's worth going to the festival because it's possible to make contacts with other filmmakers. Some festivals have more industry connections than others, so ar
  11. Longer short films are more difficult to get into film festivals. The shorter the film, the better chance to get it accepted. There are longer shorts, but the filmmaker already having a profile in the industry assists them to get accepted by festivals 15 mins or even better 10 mins tends to be the best for getting into film festivals. At 25 mins, marketing it as a single TV drama may work better. TV dramas tend to be more cinematic these days.
  12. It's listed on the Abakus web site, trying contacting them to check on availability. http://www.abakus.co.uk/Format_Converters.htm
  13. Lightworks Version 2021.2 is now released for use on Windows Linux and Mac. https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=239387&Itemid=81 This the second major release under the new owners LWKS Software LTD and they are revealing the features in the 2021.3 Beta in the next couple of weeks. Apart from many fixes. new features in V2021.2 include: This release focuses on improvements in performance working with HEVC/H.265 media allowing you to create 1080p proxies from 4K media Sequence Export Improvements This latest release ad
  14. What is hoped to be the final V2021.2 beta revision is now available for download. https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=238985&Itemid=81 This latest build resolves a long standing issue with exports being incorrect with 0% audio speed within the sequence and hopefully addresses the Console connectivity issues on Mac and other fixes. Lightworks are working on a new set of video tutorials and guides. They are looking forward to sharing the latest features of 2021.3 due in Beta imminently.
  15. The fourth V2021.2 beta is now available to download. https://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=19&id=238613&Itemid=81 This latest build resolves a couple of important issues on Mac systems, to do with the Lightworks Console and media handling. There are also a number of other fixes.
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