Boris RED 5 is an integrated application for 3D-compositing, titling and effects, and provides high performance in a video editor from Adobe, Apple, Avid, Grass Valley, Media 100, and Sony. It is an indispensable tool for post-production and broadcast, RED-5 offers a wide range of functions directly in the timeline of your NLE, at the same time, has built a standalone engine Red Engine to create effects and subsequent rendering.
A circus performer terrorized by mysterious powers from beyond . . . a jade idol of a monkey that carries a curse on a South Pacific island drives a man to the brink of madness . . . an art gallery haunted by paintings that come to life at night . . . a dictator who sees enemies around every corner, but who can't see the threat right before his eyes. For nearly twenty years, the comic-book series wove stories of intrigue, suspense, and macabre drama. Hosted by renowned actor Boris Karloff, the comic featured contributions from some of comics history's most well-known creators: Alex Toth, Joe Orlando (EC artist and editor), Mike Sekowsky ( artist), Frank Thorne, José Luis García-López, Arnold Drake, Len Wein (co-creator of and ), Al Williamson, Jerry Robinson (creator of the ), Dan Spiegle, and many others. --
This release comes as quite a surprise. Although John Lucas in his 1993 biography of Sir Reginald Goodall refers in a footnote to the existence of a BBC radio recording of the performance of Boris Godunov given at the Royal Opera Covent Garden on 10 June 1961 under Goodall’s baton, he does not list it in his discography of the conductor’s work in the same volume. It was in the event — with the exception of a single performance of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Golden Cockerel — the last conducting engagement undertaken by Goodall at Covent Garden for ten years. When he next appeared in the pit at the Royal Opera to conduct Parsifal – a BBC recording of one of those performances has already emerged on CD – he had already established his reputation as a Wagnerian. But he had always enjoyed critical approval for his interpretation of Boris, and the appearance of another opera in the sparse representation of Goodall on disc is to be wholeheartedly welcomed.