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pixels, motion, and scripting
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david van brink // Sun 2007.10.21 11:48 // {general}

Welcome!

Hello.

Welcome to my new pixel blog.

My name is David, and I am a recreational pixel user. Long ago, in a different life, I was one of the first engineers working on QuickTime 1.0 — codenamed “Warhol” — at Apple. These days my day job is software development for some rather dry (but interesting, I assure you!) non-pixel-related industry. But I tend to spend my evenings & weekends moving the pixels (and sometimes audio samples, as well).

I’m strictly a recreational user. I can quit any time I want.

I maintain a couple of freeware projects, including qt_tools, a collection of QuickTime command line utilities, and the Omino After Effects Suite, a free set of cool After Effects plugins.

In this blog, I’ll post bits of works in progress and clever tricks I invent or come across, with an emphasis on scripts and expressions.

I use Mac OS X, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Studio, LightWave, and XCode… so any of those and others will likely be appearing on these pages.

You can mail me at poly@omino.com; if the subject starts with pixelblog my spam filter will be sure to keep it. Otherwise it’s hit or miss.

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