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April 02, 2012
Why Is A/V preservation such a nuisance... and necessity
Posted By Joshua Ranger
By Joshua Ranger Senior Consultant AudioVisual Preservation Solutions Preservation is a big, fat pain. I dedicated two solid years studying (and 20 years paying off the loans) the archiving and preservation of audiovisual works. I ...
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March 21, 2012
Sony reveals (some) NAB plans
Posted By Marc Loftus
NEW YORK - Yesterday, I attended Sony's pre-NAB briefing at their office at 550 Madison Avenue. While some of the product announcements are under embargo until the first week of April, the company did reveal their overall NAB strategy. Sony plans on ...
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March 14, 2012
SXSW 2012 Interactive
Posted By Peter Corbett
By Peter Corbett AUSTIN, TX - SXSW 2012 offered up a bevy of new insights, as always, and in looking through my notes on the half-dozen panels I attended, I discovered there was a thread that was very enlightening and inspiring. As we look to develop ...
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March 08, 2012
Mission Complete!
Posted By Jason Womack
Five Ways to Know When You're Done with What You're Doing HOBOKEN, NJ - If you often feel like you've barely skimmed the surface of what you should have accomplished on a given work day, I have a secret for you. When you learn to "know when you're ...
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March 06, 2012
A look at HP's newest Z Series workstations
Posted By Lance Grange
By Lance Grange Recently I attended a special HP ( event in Las Vegas during HP's Global Partnership Conference. I got an early glimpse at what was announced officially today - the latest refresh of their Z Workstations line with the Z420, ...
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March 01, 2012
Leap year and drop-frame timecode are conceptually the same
Posted By Alan Hardiman
By Alan Hardiman For those in the media production industries, February 29 was a good day to revisit drop-frame SMPTE timecode, because both leap year and drop-frame timecode came into being for the sole purpose of reconciling two different time ...
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February 21, 2012
The ACE Eddie Awards
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
By Daniel Restuccio BEVERLY HILLS - The Descendants, The Artist and Rango took home the top honors for feature dramatic, comedy/musical, and animation at the ACE Eddie awards Saturday night for Kevin Tent, ACE, Anne-Sophie Bion/Michel Hazanavicius, ...
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February 09, 2012
Arrilaser to be honored at Academy Sci-Tech Awards
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
By Daniel Restuccio BEVERLY HILLS - This Saturday at the Sci-Tech Oscars, the Academy Award of Merit (an Oscar statuette) is being awarded to Franz Kraus, Johannes Steurer and Wolfgang Riedel (pictured below) for the design and development of the ...
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November 03, 2011
Sony takes first steps toward 8K camera
Posted By Tom Coughlin
By Tom Coughlin HOLLYWOOD - At the recent SMPTE Technical Conference here, Sony's Hugo Gaggioni made an interesting presentation on the new Sony F65 CineAlta camera. The Sony F65 CineAlta camera introduced in September 2011 has a resolution of ...
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October 17, 2011
CCW 2011: Lights, Cameras, Quality
Posted By Fred Ruckel
By Fred Ruckel NEW YORK -The Javits Convention Center played host to CCW this year. Upon descending to the lower level you can see the distant booths and the feeling of where do I start sets in. I had made my list of things I wanted to see and ...
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