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  1. The 13th annual Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) Awards took place tonight, honoring the accomplishments of industry luminaries, behind-the-scenes artists and outstanding engineering teams. The HPA Awards set the bar for creative and technical achievement, recognizing individuals and companies for outstanding contributions made in the creation of feature films, television, commercials, and entertainment content enjoyed around the world. Awards were given to talented individuals and teams working in twelve creative craft categories, including color grading, sound, editing and visual effects for commercials, television and feature film. Victoria Alonso, EVP Production of Marvel, was honored with the HPA Charles S. Swartz Award, and special awards were presented for Engineering Excellence. The many social movements, including #metoo, of the past year that effectively harnessed the power of technology to bring positive change to our industry were also acknowledged during the show. The winners of the 2018 HPA Awards are: Creative Categories Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film WINNER: “Alpha” Maxine Gervais // Technicolor – Hollywood “Avengers: Infinity War” Steven J. Scott, Charles Bunnag // Technicolor – Hollywood “Red Sparrow” Dave Hussey // Company 3 “The Shape of Water” Chris Wallace // Deluxe – Toronto “The Greatest Showman” Tim Stipan // Company 3 Outstanding Color Grading – Television WINNER: “The Crown – Paterfamilias" Asa Shoul // Molinare “Damnation – Sam Riley’s Body” Paul Allia // Picture Shop “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Pilot” Steven Bodner // Light Iron “Game of Thrones – Beyond the Wall” Joe Finley // Sim “The Crossing – Pilot” Tony Smith // Picture Shop Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial WINNER (TIE): Volkswagen – "Kids’ Dreams" Adam Scott // The Mill WINNER (TIE): Zara – "Spring/Summer 2018 Main" Tim Masick // Company 3 Bottega Veneta – "Spring/Summer 2018 Trailer" Tim Masick // Company 3 Tile – "Lost Panda" Tom Poole // Company 3 Audi – "Final Breath" Sofie Borup // Company 3 Outstanding Editing – Feature Film Sponsored by Blackmagic Design WINNER: “A Quiet Place” Christopher Tellefsen, ACE “Coco” Steve Bloom “You Were Never Really Here” Joe Bini “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” Eddie Hamilton, ACE “Believer” Demian Fenton Outstanding Editing – Television (30 Minutes and Under) Sponsored by Blackmagic Design WINNER: “VICE – After the Fall” Kelly Kendrick // Vice “The End of the F***ing World – Episode One” Mike Jones “Vida – Episode 6” JoAnne Yarrow “Barry – Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth" Kyle Reiter “Vice Principals –The Union of the Wizard and The Warrior" Justin Bourret Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Sponsored by Blackmagic Design WINNER: “The Defiant Ones – Part 2” Doug Pray, Lasse Järvi “Stranger Things – Chapter Nine: The Gate” Kevin D. Ross, ACE “Game of Thrones – The Dragon and the Wolf” Crispin Green “Westworld – The Passenger” Anna Hauger, Mako Kamitsuna, MPEG, Andrew Seklir, ACE “Counterpart – The Crossing" Dana E. Glauberman, ACE Outstanding Sound – Feature Film WINNER: “The Shape of Water” Christian Cooke, Brad Zoern, Nelson Ferreira, Nathan Robitaille // Deluxe - Toronto “Ant-Man and The Wasp” Katy Wood, Addison Teague, Juan Peralta, Tom Johnson // Skywalker Sound “Avengers: Infinity War” Shannon Mills, Tom Johnson, Juan Peralta, Dan Laurie // Skywalker Sound “Blade Runner 2049” Mark Mangini, Ron Bartlett, Theo Green, Doug Hemphill, Mac Ruth // Formosa Group “Black Panther” Benjamin A. Burtt, Steve Boeddeker, Brandon Proctor // Skywalker Sound Outstanding Sound – Television WINNER: “Altered Carbon – Out of The Past” Brett Hinton, Mark Allen, Owen Granich-Young, Andy King, Keith Rogers // Atomic Sound “Yellowstone – Daybreak” Alan Robert Murray, Tim LeBlanc, Dean Zupancic // Warner Bros. “Waco – Operation Showtime” Craig Mann, Kelly Oxford, Laura Wiest, Karen Vassar Triest, David Brownlow, Beau Borders // Technicolor – Hollywood “Dark – Secret” Alexander Würtz, Achim Hofmann, Jorg Elsner, Christian Bichoff // ARRI Media GmbH Ansgar Frerich // Basis Berlin “Yellowstone – Kill the Messenger” Alan Robert Murray, Tim LeBlanc, Dean Zupancic // Warner Bros. Outstanding Sound – Commercial WINNER: OXFAM – “The Heist No One is Talking About” Neil Johnson // Factory Studios KIA – “Fueled by Youth” Nathan Dubin // Margarita Mix SANE – “Let Me Talk” Anthony Moore, Jack Hallett // Factory Studios Monster – “Opportunity Roars” Tom Jucarone // Sound Lounge ICRC – “Hope” Anthony Moore // Factory Studios Outstanding Visual Effects – Feature Film WINNER: “Avengers: Infinity War” Matt Aitken, Charles Tait, Paul Story, Sidney Kombo-Kintombo, Marvyn Young // Weta Digital “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” R. Christopher White, Daniel Macarin, Phillip Leonhardt, Paul Ramsden, Jeremy Fort // Weta Digital “Blade Runner 2049” Richard Clegg, Axel Akesson, Wesley Chandler, Stefano Carta, Ian Cooke-Grimes // MPC “Rampage” Erik Winquist, Benjamin Pickering, Stephen Unterfranz, Thrain Shadbolt, David Clayton // Weta Digital “Thor: Ragnarok” Kyle McCulloch, Alexis Wajsbrot, Ben Loch, Harry Bardak // Framestore Outstanding Visual Effects – Television (Under 13 Episodes) WINNER: “Game of Thrones – Beyond The Wall” Joe Bauer, Steve Kullback, Ted Rae // HBO Eric Carney // The Third Floor David Ramos // El Ranchito “Altered Carbon – Out of The Past” Everett Burrell, Tony Meagher, Steve Moncur, Christine Lemon, Paul Jones // DNEG “Outlander – Eye of The Storm” Richard Briscoe // Outlander Production Daniel Norlund, Filip Orrby // Goodbye Kansas Aladino Debert, Greg Teegarden // Digital Domain “Black Mirror – Metalhead" Russell McLean // House of Tomorrow Michael Bell, Pete Levy, Steven Godfrey, Stafford Lawrence // DNEG “Westworld – The Passenger” Jay Worth, Bruce Branit // Deep Water FX Bobo Skipper // Important Looking Pirates Kama Moiha // COSA VFX Mike Enriquez // DNEG Outstanding Visual Effects – Television (Over 13 Episodes) WINNER: “Agents of SHIELD – Orientation: Part 1” Mark Kolpack, Sabrina Arnold // Marvel Kevin Yuille, David Rey, Hnedel Maximore // FuseFX “Supergirl – For Good” Armen V. Kevorkian, Gevork Babityan, Kris Cabrera, Jerry Chalupnik, Jason Shulman // Encore VFX “Hawaii Five-O – A’ole e ‘olelo mai ana ke ahi ua ana ia” Adam Avitabile, Daniel Toomey, Michael Kirylo, Ryan Smolarek, Wayne Hollingsworth // Picture Shop “Legends of Tomorrow – The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly” Armen V. Kevorkian, Andranik Taranyan, Jason Shulman, Dan Aprea, Lycee Anaya // Encore VFX “NCIS: LA – A Line in the Sand/Ninguna Salida" Dylan Chudzynski, Michael Carter, Joe Suzuki, Jacob Kuhne // DigitalFilm Tree The following special awards, which were previously announced, were also presented this evening: HPA Engineering Excellence Award The winners of the 2018 HPA Award for Engineering Excellence are: · Blackmagic Design - DaVinci Resolve 15 DaVinci Resolve 15, released at NAB this year, offers a major step forward for the post-production workflow, a significant shift in technically and creatively matched toolsets as well as overall efficiency. The platform, designed to provide a full suite of post-production tools, from ingest to delivery, directly integrated in a single ecosystem, includes significant improvements in quality, functionality and time to delivery. Exchange formats, translation and conform can be eliminated, and last-minute change efficiently managed for feature film, episodic TV and short form productions. · Canon - Visual and Technical Monitoring of HDR Images Canon has seen the need for not only visually seeing HDR images on set, in editorial, and in finishing but also for engineering tools to know exact values of the HDR images and its pixels; compare SDR and HDR images; compare different HDR deliverable systems; out of gamut warnings; and connection to various manufacturers camera metadata. This complete system from Canon ensures that HDR and SDR image creation is easily and accurately be accomplished. · Cinnafilm, Inc. – PixelStrings PixelStrings is a cloud-based video conversion service focusing on ultimate playback quality for media. Leveraging the award-winning framerate conversion, retiming, artifact/noise/telecine correction, and transcode technologies from Cinnafilm, this PaaS enables the mass creation of best-possible video versions while leveraging infinite, GPU-enabled cloud compute power. The platform is a growing hub of other best-of-breed media technologies and is a simple pay-as-you-use toolset available 24/7 though a browser. PixelStings enables the freedom of a predictable OpEx process. · IBM Aspera & Telestream - Telestream Vantage with Lightspeed Live Capture IBM Aspera and Telestream have developed a game-changing solution for high-speed capture and production of live, broadcast quality video from remote locations for faster production turnaround. The API integration of Aspera’s FASPStream streaming technology with Telestream Vantage and Lightspeed Live enables open-file workflows so production teams can work on live video feeds from remote locations in real time, with dramatically lower costs compared to satellite delivery, fiber or on-location production and more flexible deployment options. The HPA Engineering Excellence Award is recognized as one of the most important technology honors in the industry, spotlighting companies and individuals who draw upon technical and creative ingenuity to develop breakthrough technologies. Submissions for this peer-judged award may include products or processes and must represent a step forward for its industry beneficiaries. Honorable Mention was awarded to Samsung for Samsung Onyx. Charles S. Swartz Award The Charles S. Swartz Award is awarded to a person, group, or company that has made a significant artistic, technological, business or educational impact across diverse aspects of the media industry. The award recognizes broad, impactful and lasting contributions that have advanced and/or provided some unique purpose to the larger media content ecosystem. This year’s honoree is Victoria Alonso, respected producer and Executive Vice President, Production for Marvel Studios. More information about the HPA Awards and the Hollywood Professional Association can be found at http://www.hpaonline.com/. The HPA Awards, which are produced by Homerun Entertainment, are made possible through the generous sponsorship of Diamond Title Sponsor Blackmagic Design; Platinum Sponsor IMAX; Bronze Sponsors Avid and Sony Pictures Post; and Foundation Members Avid, Dolby, EFILM, Encore, and Stereo D.
  2. The Hollywood Professional Association (HPA) has announced the 2018 nominees for the HPA Awards creative categories. The Awards are considered the standard bearer for creative excellence and technical innovation in an industry embracing an expanding array of groundbreaking technologies and creativity, honoring achievement and artistic excellence by individuals and teams who bring stories to life and outstanding content to audiences around the world. Launched in 2006, the HPA Awards recognize outstanding achievement in editing, sound, visual effects and color grading for work in television, commercials, and feature films. The winners of the 13th Annual HPA Awards will be announced at a gala ceremony on 15 November 2018 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, CA. Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film “Avengers: Infinity War” Steven J. Scott, Charles Bunnag // Technicolor – Hollywood “Red Sparrow" Dave Hussey // Company 3 “The Shape of Water” Chris Wallace // Deluxe – Toronto “Alpha” Maxine Gervais // Technicolor – Hollywood “The Greatest Showman” Tim Stipan // Company 3 Outstanding Color Grading – Television “Damnation – Sam Riley’s Body” Paul Allia // Picture Shop “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Pilot” Steven Bodner // Light Iron “The Crown – Paterfamilias" Asa Shoul // Molinare “Game of Thrones – Beyond the Wall” Joe Finley // Sim “The Crossing – Pilot” Tony Smith // Picture Shop Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial Bottega Veneta – "Spring/Summer 2018 Trailer" Tim Masick // Company 3 Tile – "Lost Panda" Tom Poole // Company 3 Volkswagen – "Kids Dream" Adam Scott // The Mill Audi – "Final Breath" Sofie Borup // Company 3 Bottega Veneta – "Spring/Summer 2018 Main" Tim Masick // Company 3 Outstanding Editing – Feature Film Sponsored by Blackmagic Design “A Quiet Place” Christopher Tellefsen, ACE “Coco” Steve Bloom “You Were Never Really Here” Joe Bini “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” Eddie Hamilton, ACE “Believer” Demian Fenton Outstanding Editing – Television (30 Minutes and Under) Sponsored by Blackmagic Design “The End of the F***ing World – Episode One” Mike Jones “Vida – Episode 6” JoAnne Yarrow “VICE – After the Fall” Kelly Kendrick // Vice “Barry – Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth" Kyle Reiter “Vice Principals –The Union of the Wizard and The Warrior" Jeff Seibenick Outstanding Editing – Television (Over 30 Minutes) Sponsored by Blackmagic Design “Stranger Things – Chapter Nine: The Gate” Kevin D. Ross, ACE “The Defiant Ones – Part 2” Doug Pray, Lasse Järvi “Game of Thrones – The Dragon and the Wolf” Crispin Green “Westworld – The Passenger” Anna Hauger, Mako Kamitsuna, MPEG, Andrew Seklir, ACE “Counterpart – The Crossing" Dana E. Glauberman, ACE Outstanding Sound – Feature Film “Ant-Man and The Wasp” Katy Wood, Addison Teague, Juan Peralta, Tom Johnson // Skywalker Sound “The Shape of Water” Christian Cooke, Brad Zoern, Nelson Ferreira, Nathan Robitaille // Deluxe - Toronto “Avengers: Infinity War” Shannon Mills, Tom Johnson, Juan Peralta, Dan Laurie // Skywalker Sound “Blade Runner 2049” Mark Mangini, Ron Bartlett, Theo Green, Doug Hemphill, Mac Ruth // Formosa Group “Black Panther” Benjamin A. Burtt, Steve Boeddeker, Brandon Proctor // Skywalker Sound Outstanding Sound – Television “Yellowstone – Daybreak” Allan Murray, Tim LeBlanc, Dean Zupancic // Warner Bros “Waco – Operation Showtime” Craig Mann, Kelly Oxford, Laura Wiest, Karen Vassar Triest, David Brownlow, Beau Borders // Technicolor – Hollywood “Dark – Secret” Alexander Wurtz, Achim Hofmann, Jorg Elsner, Ansgar Frerich, Christian Bichoff // Basis Berlin “Yellowstone – Kill the Messenger” Allan Murray, Tim LeBlanc, Dean Zupancic // Warner Bros. “Altered Carbon – Out of The Past” Brett Hinton, Mark Allen, Owen Granich-Young, Andy King, Keith Rogers // Atomic Sound Outstanding Sound – Commercial OXFAM – “The Heist No One is Talking About” Neil Johnson // Factory Studios KIA – “Fueled by Youth" Nathan Dubin // Margarita Mix SANE – “Let Me Talk” Anthony Moore, Jack Hallett // Factory Studios Monster – “Opportunity Roars” Tom Jucarone // Sound Lounge ICRC – “Hope” Anthony Moore // Factory Studios Outstanding Visual Effects – Feature Film “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” R. Christopher White, Daniel Macarin, Philip Leonhardt, Paul Ramsden, Jeremy Fort // Weta Digital “Blade Runner 2049” Richard Clegg, Axel Akesson, Wesley Chandler, Stefano Carta, Ian Cooke-Grimes // MPC “Rampage” Erik Winquist, Benjamin Pickering, Stephen Unterfranz, Thrain Shadbolt, David Clayton // Weta Digital “Thor: Ragnarok” Kyle McCulloch, Alexis Wajsbrot, Ben Loch, Harry Bardak // Framestore “Avengers: Infinity War” Matt Aitken, David Conley, Charles Tait, Paul Story, Marvyn Young // Weta Digital Outstanding Visual Effects – Television (Under 13 Episodes) “Altered Carbon – Out of The Past” Everett Burrell, Tony Meagher, Steve Moncur, Christine Lemon, Paul Jones // DNEG “Outlander – Eye of The Storm" Richard Briscoe // Outlander Production Daniel Norlund, Filip Orrby // Goodbye Kansas Aladino Debert, Greg Teegarden // Digital Domain “Black Mirror – Metalhead" Russel McLean, Michael Bell, Pete Levy, Steven Godfrey, Stafford Lawrence // DNEG “Game of Thrones – Beyond The Wall” Joe Bauer, Steve Kullback, Ted Rae, Eric Carney // HBO David Ramos // El Ranchito “Westworld – The Passenger” Jay Worth, Bruce Branit // Deep Water FX Bobo Skipper // Important Looking Pirates Kama Moiha // COSA VFX Mike Enriquez // DNEG Outstanding Visual Effects – Television (Over 13 Episodes) “Supergirl – For Good” Armen V. Kevorkian, Gevork Babityan, Kris Cabrera, Jerry Chalupnik, Jason Shulman // Encore VFX “Agents of SHIELD – Orientation: Part 1” Mark Kolpack, Sabrina Arnold // Marvel Kevin Yuille, David Ray, Hnedel Maximore // FuseFX “Hawaii Five-O – A’ole e ‘olelo mai ana ke ahi ua ana ia” Adam Avitabile, Daniel Toomey, Michael Kirylo, Ryan Smolarek, Wayne Hollingsworth // Picture Shop “Legends of Tomorrow – The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly” Armen V. Kevorkian, Andranik Taranyan, Jason Shulman, Dan Aprea, Lycee Anaya // Encore VFX “NCIS: LA – A Line in the Sand/Ninguna Salida" Dylan Chudzynski, Michael Carter, Joe Suzuki, Jacob Kuhne // DigitalFilm Tree As previously announced, Victoria Alonso has been named the recipient of the Charles S. Swartz Award. Alonso is a respected producer and is Executive Vice President, Production for Marvel Studios. The winners of the coveted Engineering Excellence Award, Blackmagic Design (DaVinci Resolve 15), Canon (Visual and Technical Monitoring of HDR Images), Cinnafilm, Inc. (PixelStrings), and IBM Aspera & Telestream (Telestream Vantage with Lightspeed Live Capture powered by Aspera), were announced earlier this year. All awards will be bestowed at the HPA Awards gala. The HPA Awards gala ceremony is expected to be a sold-out affair and early ticket purchase is encouraged. Tickets for the HPA Awards are on sale now, online at www.hpaawards.net or by calling +1 (818) 273-1482. More information about the HPA Awards and the Hollywood Professional Association can be found at www.hpaonline.com or by calling the HPA at +1 (818) 273-1482. The HPA Awards take place with the support of diamond title sponsor Blackmagic Design, platinum sponsor IMAX, bronze sponsors Avid and Sony Pictures Post Production Services, supporting sponsors Cinionic, EFILM, FuseFX, Sim, Stephen Arnold Music, and Wipster, and foundation members Avid, Dolby, Efilm, Encore, and Deluxe. For sponsorship information, contact Joyce Cataldo at jcataldo@hpaonline.com.
  3. Hello All! New to this forum so I'm not sure if this is the right section to post this. We will be doing a documentary for a philanthropic women's group. This documentary will be highlighting women who have overcome obstacles and have risen to the top. We are wanting to do a POV scene where someone is looking up at a glass roof from the lobby of an office building and they rise straight up and crash through the glass ceiling. We are thinking a scale model might work as we are not set up to do CGI in the detail they will want. Not sure if this is the right approach. Any ideas how to pull off this shot would be appreciated.
  4. 11th Annual Industry Honors Shine Spotlight on Excellence in Sound, Editing, Visual Effects and Color May 16, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA) The Hollywood Professional Association (HPA®) has announced the opening of its Call for Entries in the Creative Categories for the 11th annual HPA Awards. These categories, considered the standard bearer for groundbreaking work and artistic excellence, recognize creative artistry in the field of post production. The HPA Awards promote the achievement of talent, innovation and engineering excellence in the larger professional media content industry. The 11th annual gala awards presentation will be held on the evening of November 17, 2016 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California. The HPA Awards now invite entries in the following competitive categories: Outstanding Color Grading - Feature Film Outstanding Color Grading - Television Outstanding Color Grading - Commercial Outstanding Editing - Feature Film Outstanding Editing - Television Outstanding Editing - Commercial Outstanding Sound - Feature Film Outstanding Sound - Television Outstanding Sound - Commercial Outstanding Visual Effects - Feature Film Outstanding Visual Effects - Television Outstanding Visual Effects - Commercial Entries for the Creative Categories will be accepted between May 16 and July 8, 2016, and Early Bird Entries (reduced entry fee for the Creative Categories) will be taken through June 10, 2016. To be considered eligible, work must have debuted domestically and/or internationally during the eligibility period, September 9, 2015 through September 6, 2016. Entrants do not need to be members of the Hollywood Professional Association or working in the U.S. As announced previously, the Call for Entries remains open for the following special award categories: Engineering Excellence Award HPA Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation These awards will also be bestowed at the November gala. The May 20, 2016 deadline is approaching for entries in these special competitive categories. Additional honors, including the HPA Lifetime Achievement Award, will be announced later this year. Seth Hallen, President of the HPA and a founding member of the HPA Awards Committee, commented, "Over the past 10 years, the HPA Awards have grown to become one of the most important venues of recognition for creative talent in our industry. Considered a standard-bearer, these awards are uniquely meaningful to the winners and nominees since the judging panels are made up of their peers. I heartily encourage individuals and companies that worked on all of the amazing projects from the past year to enter the HPA Awards creative categories. This is our opportunity to shine a light on the talent and effort that goes into bringing stories to life and to the individuals who play such important roles in making it all happen. We look forward to another very special event on November 17th." For a list of the previous years' winners, click here. Complete rules, guidelines and entry information for the Creative Categories and all of the HPA Awards are available at: www.hpaawards.net. The HPA Awards are made possible through the generous sponsorship of Title Sponsor Blackmagic Design; Foundation Members Avid, Co3, Deluxe, Dolby. EFILM, Encore; and Gold Sponsor Sohonet. For sponsorship or program advertising opportunities, contact Mary Vinton or Jeff Victor by visiting HPA Awards website at www.hpaawards.net or calling 213.614.0860. Opening of ticket sales will be announced shortly.
  5. I have an upcoming project where I've been asked to film floating blue orbs around the talent a la "Starman". My initial thought is to shoot anamorphic, float a battery powered small source on some monofillament, and composite/track over the source with a light aura of sorts (retaining the flare). I think this MIGHT work, but in these examples there are clearly larger sources being used. They also seem to be coming from relatively the same area as the orb itself. Due to the obvious keying/compositing (you can see the black matte lines when watching the film around the actors/windows) I was thinking maybe they keyed out a rod holding the light painted or wrapped in green? That would only really make sense with the shot from behind them. Any attempt to contact the guys who shot these scenes has turned up unsuccessful. Might anyone have a better idea to achieve this effect? Obviously cameras are quite a bit more sensitive now. So, a smaller, dimmer source isn't out of the question. Heres a video link to anyone interested: Camera/lens package has yet to be decided. Thanks!
  6. Hello, I am new to this forum. I am looking for information about the diffusion or fog filters used by Antonio Gaudio, the Director of Photography in Raoul Walsh's High Sierra, usually in the scenes with Ida Lupino. Thanks for any help.
  7. Hi All, Would really appreciate help with this question: How can I remove people and cars from a video? I am going to be filming historic architecture in a very busy populous area (a city square) in Africa and would like to only show the buildings. Is there a particular way I should prepare to shoot this? e.g on a tripod so it is a still capture? What are the steps to take when i'm editing? I am working with a canon 7d, fcp 7, have after effects but really not familiar with the workflow of importing files onto after effects or using the programme. Any step by step explanation in layman's terms would be preferable! Many Thanks!!
  8. I am shooting several action scences using a green screen behind the action. This will be a 3 camera shot; 1st camera left at a 45 degree facing center stage, 2nd camera set center stage and the 3rd camera right facing 45 degrees facing center stage. All camera's are locked and spaced equally apart. How or what plug-in (if needed) to After Effects or Premeire Pro would I need to create a seemless movement interacting with all 3 cameras. The transition movement needs fast from camera 1 to 3 and slower in different action parts. In other words, I am would like the 3 camera's to work as one, and I manipulate how I want each scence to look; like the Matrix, but with constant video movement. No still images that rotate to different angles. I look forward to advice, tips, recommendation, etc... If their is a answer I know y'all wil help.
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