This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017

Film and video

Featured Film & Video post: Sound and Story

Film and Video makers - whatever happened to English underground film?

If you want to show your film work and interact with the public in a cool space then give EXPLODING CINEMA a call. . .

Ken Stone's Final Cut Pro website offers trouble shooting, managing and experimenting tutorials

This site features: editing, effects, audio, DVD Compressor, HD, HDV, 24P, motion, colour, article archive, tutorial reviews, software plugin reviews, hardware reviews, and discussions.

Video Copilot tutorials for VFX & Motion Graphics

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TUTORIALS FOR VFX & MOTION GRAPHICS

Amazing effects, filming techniques and more is available from:

ubu offers a platform to explore interesting film and video content.

Ubu is brilliant - providing umlimited material of featured resources, contemporary projects, artists interviews, a hugh film and video archive, video artist, experimental film makers, sound art, h

creativecow.net Final Cut & After Effects tutorials

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VDB - Video Data Bank

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http://www.vdb.org - Founded in 1976 at the inception of the media arts movement, the Video Data Bank (VDB) is a leading resource in the United States for video b

Sound and Story

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If we start with an example from “Watch Me Move”: Zbigniew Rybczynski's Film TANGO (1980)-  [artist Richard Wilson used it as an example of a film that has influenced his work..]

Shared OER (Open educational resource) video editing FCP server

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In this video from the learning studio event, Chris Follows talks about ways of making best practical use of art and design

Contextual references English Plus Film

In week 1 & 2 we we be exploring video and animation techniques in a fine art context.

How to compress and convert video for process.arts

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I always use MPEG Streamclip for this job it’s a free to download and use on your Mac and Windows (from squared5.com)