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June 12, 2012
Apple Mac Pro towers get speed upgrade; pro users hope for more
Posted By Sandi Nasseri
By Sandy Nasseri Owner/Founder MelroseTEC Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference yielded some interesting announcements on June 11, however it still left many in the creative community asking, "That's it?" The entertainment industry has long been ...
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May 30, 2012
Dolby Fidelity Forum 2.0 follow up
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
SAN FRANCISCO - Professionals have been using digital, plasma, LCD and LED flat screens to display film and television output for years, yet when it came to color correction, no flat-screen technology was as good as a Grade 1 CRT. That is until now. ...
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May 25, 2012
Dolby Digital's 'Brave' new audio world
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
By Daniel Restuccio SAN FRANCISCO - At the Dolby Fidelity Forum 2.0 in San Francisco last week they demonstrated a host of evolutionary audio and video technologies for Blu-Ray mastering and digital theater design that are destined to make the ...
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May 22, 2012
Follow-up: KRK KNS 8400 headphones review
Posted By Luke Harper
By Luke Harper Owner Audio Altimeter Minneapolis So you may remember that six months ago I reviewed the KRK KNS 8400 headphones ( ). Since ...
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May 04, 2012
REDucation-X: The next level
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
By Daniel Restuccio The five-day intensive Red camera training, called REDucation, is headed to the next level with the four-month-long REDucation-X, the first Red "alternative" to traditional film school training for the next generation of ...
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May 02, 2012
Pre-archive preservation and post-archive production
Posted By Joshua Ranger
I think we can all agree that, while a pleasant theoretical diversion, the auteurist theory of media production is, in practical terms, bunk. Too many other people have a hand in a work's production for one person to take full credit. Likewise, no ...
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April 27, 2012
Petabyte is the new Terabyte
Posted By Tom Coughlin
By Tom Coughlin Coughlin Associates Peter Jackson's the Hobbit is being shot at 48 frames per second (fps), six days a week, using 5K Red cameras shooting in 3D. Total content generated each day is between 6-12TB. James Cameron's ...
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April 25, 2012
Top 5 Picks from NAB 2012
Posted By Tom Baurain
My Top 5: 1. Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera Perfect this camera is not, but that this price point, you can't not help but be excited about this camera. Including Resolve and UltraScopes makes this something of a no-brainer. An odd form factor, 2x ...
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April 23, 2012
The 'cloudy' haze of NAB
Posted By Jonathan Moser
By Jonathan Moser LAS VEGAS - Trying to navigate the broadcast geek-fest known as NAB in half-a-day is about as realistic as taking in the glories of the Sistine Chapel by looking at one fresco...but I'll try. I have to confess it's been over 20 ...
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April 20, 2012
NAB 2012 has come to a close
Posted By Mark Heitke
By Mark Heitke NAB 2012 has come to a close and man what a blur. The last day and a half have been filled to the brim! Wednesday I tackled the North Hall exhibits and caught up on the newest broadcast tech. It was really interesting to be able to see ...
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