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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Curd Rice Celebration

We have finally registered for a website, so we met up today(actually yesterday if you look at it, we are already into the next day) to start on the site.
In the process, we had a mini celebration, with some Italian wine, tea, cheesecake, blackforest cake, nasi goreng ikan bilis, and McDonalds.

Thats the Italian wine bottle, infront of Muru holding a packet of tea.
I swear the attention is to be on the wine bottle not anything else.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Match Made in Final Cut Pro

Match made in Final Cut Pro
Corpse Bride
Weddings are often opulent affairs, but it’s virtually unheard of for one to feature $50,000 animatronic puppets, millions of dollars worth of camera and computer equipment and Tim Burton.

The culmination of a 10-year engagement, “Corpse Bride,” directed by Tim Burton and Mike Johnson, is a revolutionary marriage of stop-motion animation techniques, digital photography and digital movie editing. Shot with Canon digital cameras and edited with Final Cut Pro on Power Mac G5 computers at Three Mills Studios in London, the film marks the first time stop-motion animation has been shot in digital.

“Movies of this sophistication only come around about every 10 years, if that,” says the movie’s editor Jonathan Lucas. “The animation is beautifully smooth and the story is fantastic. I’ve been in the business maybe 25 years now and I haven’t seen anything like it.”