> What's the advantage of decoding all the footage if Adobe Premiere Pro is built to optimize the cores so you can edit with Native footage without having to make all the codecs the same?
The advantage is that it will work faster, since this "just the same" is marketing bullshit from Adobe. There is, and always be a performance penalty on decoding demanding codecs on the fly, optimization or not.
> For cinema, a super 35 sensor is "full frame", for that format.
Depends on the cinema format. Not all cinema film stock is Super 35 or similar (for which this is true). Add anamorphic conversions to that and it can have totally different "full frame" and/or DoF
That's wrong, since there are various kinds of movie films (including various kinds of "35mm films".
Super 35 film is close to APS-C size, so 50mm there is more or less the same as50mm on an APS-C sensor.
What would be the problem with a DP posting about generic shots? Everybody should have been born knowing all about them?
Actually your comment sounds like a reason why nobody should hire you. Negative, insulting, unprofessional, and all with zero content of actual critique to offer.
Maybe don't use random internet terms without understanding their meaning first? Complaining about the quality of a website is in no way trolling.
Besides, the website is not free labor of love either -- it's makes money off of ads and sponsorships.
If they're making money off of their readers, then the readers DO have a right to complaint for bad content -- and the complaint is beneficial to the owners of the site too as a warning of a increasingly dissatisfied readership. Much more beneficial than people just quitting reading the site.
> Creative Europe Media, the EU-supported film and TV financing program responsible for 26 films that played at Cannes this year, contributes a significant amount of money to British filmmakers. Between 2007 and 2015, it contributed €130 million to the film industry, contributing to production budgets, distributors, and festivals alike.
So EU gave ...€130 million distributed over 8 years?
That amounts to the budget of a single middle-budget Hollywood production (e.g. no Avengers or Avatar territory).
If that's the biggest "loss" for British cinema for Britain leaving the EU, they'll do find.
The British can give the same amount to their film-makers (which in the end amounts to pocket money compared to UK's GDP) as part of a National program for the arts if they care to...