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New 4K Collection: NYC Aerials

We are extremely excited to announce a new addition to our 4K library! We recently sent a crew up in the air with a 4K camera to give us the most exciting views New York City has to offer. Take a look at the stunning footage: Tomorrow we’ll be featuring an interview with our aerial

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New Feature Announce: How To Create Project Bins

Video Blocks new project bin feature makes organizing clips for a project or collecting your favorites a breeze! Use bins to consolidate and label clips right inside the Video Blocks interface. Add clips to bins, name bins, and download from bins to more easily keep track of footage. All it takes is a Video Blocks

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Free Tutorial Series: How to Edit with Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application that is a part of the Adobe Creative Suite. The Creative Suite includes graphic design, video editing and web development programs. Premiere Pro is used by famous broadcasters and home movie makers alike. An Adobe Premiere Pro project can be as simple or complex as

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Designing True Detective: The Hidden Subtext Behind TV’s Smartest Series

HBO’s newest cult hit delivers more than mystery and entertainment. Try symbolic genius. Technology Evolves, Audiences Follow Technologically, the film and television industries are advancing at breakneck speeds. While networks struggle to accommodate the demands of 1080 HD downloads, filmmakers have already begun shooting in 4K UHD—capturing four times the pixel resolution in every graphic.

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Create Your Own Universe With Video Blocks

Carl Sagan was a brilliant author, astronomer, cosmologist and science populizer. Airing in the fall of 1980, he co-created and hosted “Cosmos,” a 13-part PBS television series that ultimately reached and influenced hundreds of millions of people worldwide. The New York Times described it as “a watershed moment for science-themed television programming.” March 4th, astrophysicist

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Going For Gold – Video Blocks Goes Sledding A La Sochi

It’s a good guess that everyone watched at least a little of the Sochi Olympics last week when “Snowmaggedon” trapped the DC metro area indoors.       Perhaps it was the speed skating, curling or ski jumping… or maybe (office mascot) Mori’s participation in an imaginary Iditarod — something inspired some serious fun.  

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