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Pokemon Black and White Are Franchise Best Sellers

POKEMON BLACK VERSION and POKEMON WHITE VERSION, which went on sale March 6, sold 1.08 million units, making it the fastest selling title in the U.S. in the franchise’s history, writes The Hollywood Reporter.

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RE:Vision Effects Ships New Versions of After Effects-Compatible Plug-Ins

RE:Vision Effects, acclaimed effects plug-in industry leader and makers of Academy Award winning software, announces that new versions of all their After Effects-compatible plugin products are now available.

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RE:Vision Effects Releases New Final Cut Versions of FieldsKit & ReelSmart Motion Blur FxPlug

RE:Vision Effects, acclaimed effects plug-in industry leader and makers of Academy Award winning software, announces that FxPlug versions of FieldsKit and ReelSmart Motion Blur are now available, and that new FxPlug versions of Twixtor and DE:Noise have been released.

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Tim Burton Working on Stop-Motion Version of Frankenweenie

By Matt Kapko | Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 12:37pm

Although work is still underway on his current project, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, Tim Burton is talking about his next feature-length project: a stop-motion version of his 1984 short, Frankenweenie, reports.

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Berg Talks Dune

THE KINGDOM’s director Peter Berg tells SCI FI WIRE that he is developing a new feature version of Frank Herbert's sci-fi novel DUNE. Berg says that his take on the book is much different than David Lynch presented in his 1984 film version or the SyFy’s 2000 miniseries. In Berg’s mind, the story is an epic adventure and less about the feuds between houses.

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RenderPal V2 2.3.5 Released & Summer Special

Press Release from Shoran Software

Shoran Software just released a new maintenance release of RenderPal V2, bringing it to version 2.3.5. This version fixes various bugs and brings several smaller new features and improvements, like the ability to pause clients, cancelling of a client reboot/shutdown and text filtering in the event log.

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eyeon Unveils Generation 1.1 at NAB

Press Release from eyeon Software

TORONTO: April 20, 2009 -- eyeon Software Inc. unveiled Generation 1.1 today at NAB. Generation is a new class of software, which fills a gap in post and VFX workflows by offering a platform for artist collaboration and a visual canvas for efficient shot management. The new version of Generation adds new playback and image adjustment features, and extends the collaborative capabilities of the application.

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Xara 3D6 Available Via Download or by Retail

Launched Wednesday is a new version of Xara3D6. Xara has launched a stripped down version -- download-only -- just the program itself and associated resources, such as sample images, textures and fonts. Users can now buy this version for only US$29 (+ VAT in EU).

The boxed retail version remains but the price has been adjusted to US$49 (+ VAT in EU) slightly lower than it was before. Both operate on Windows XP/Vista.

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GenArts Survey Results Are In

GenArts recently conducted two surveys to quantify productivity gains of its Avid customers who have upgraded from version 1 to version 2 and version 3. The first survey compared an artist's time spent applying transitions with footage before and after upgrading to Sapphire version 3, while the second compared an artist's time spent applying an effect to a complex Avid title before and after upgrading from Sapphire version 1. Beyond productivity gains, the survey also highlights the dramatic return on investment delivered by the new version of Sapphire.

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Judge Dredd to Be Remade

DARKHORIZONS is reporting that DNA Films, Rebellion and 2000 AD will bring a new version of JUDGE DREDD to movie audiences.

No other details were available, but 2000AD CEO Jason Kingsley confirmed they were working with DNA Films on the project.

Sylvester Stallone starred as the Judge in a poorly-reviewed and received version in 1995. The new film will go into production next year.