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April 05, 2011
Reflections on LA WEB FEST 2011
Posted By Ed Heede
By Ed Heede LOS ANGELES — The untamed world of alternate indie cinema doesn’t get more independent or grass roots resourceful than what was at the Los Angeles Web Fest 2011 (www.lawebfest.com). A show I happened to attend at the tail end of March: ...
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March 21, 2011
Dolby, Digital Vision and Red turn out for an Epic evening about workflow
Posted By Barry Goch
BURBANK — Hello gentle readers! A group of industry leaders came together at Dolby’s Burbank office to learn latest from industry heavyweights Dolby, Digital Vision, and a surprise guest… the new Epic camera from Red. The evening started well with a ...
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February 17, 2011
HPA 2011: Arri's Alexa, Codex's recorder, media clouds & storage
Posted By Tom Coughlin
Arri’s new digital camera, Alexa, was on display at the Codex table in the demo room at the HPA Retreat. The Alexa records 2880x1620 pixel in a 12-bit ARRIRAW format, with capacity of about 10GB per minute. Image formats supported include 12-bit ...
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February 17, 2011
HPA 2011: A feast of workflows — and new cameras
Posted By Tom Coughlin
“I think in an event like this, everyone should show their workflow,” says Michael Cioni of Lightiron Digital. And so it was at the 2011 Hollywood Post Alliance retreat in February 2011 ( http://www.hpaonline.com ). The Supersession today called ...
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January 08, 2011
CES: Day 3
Posted By Bruce Ginsberg
LAS VEGAS — As CES hits its stride, on Friday evening Monster Cable Products held its annual Retail Awards at the Paris Ballroom here in Vegas. Awards were presented for a variety of categories by their CEP as well as Nick Cannon (actor, rapper and ...
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January 07, 2011
CES: Day 2
Posted By Bruce Ginsberg
LAS VEGAS — Tablets, tablets, tablets. The buzz of CES this year is all about new rivals to the iPad, evidencing what game changers the iPad and tablets are becoming. So far, attendees can look at and sample new products but are not allowed to ...
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January 07, 2011
CES: Day 1
Posted By Bruce Ginsberg
LAS VEGAS — I finally found the press/blogger room and am writing this surrounded by 400 bloggers/writers from all over the world, all tapping away on laptops, blackberrys and iPads. With over 150,000 attendees at the CES conference in Las Vegas, the ...
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December 13, 2010
Reducation — Part 2
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
Last week I dropped in to Createasphere's Reducation, the week-long immersive training course taught by Red's leader of the rebellion, Ted Schilowitz, and OffHollywood's founder/CTO, Mark Pederson. Schilowitz has always been the man that has this ...
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December 06, 2010
Universal Studios unveils virtual stage
Posted By Barry Goch
UNIVERSAL CITY, CA — Last week, Universal Studios introduced its new virtual filmmaking stage, Universal Virtual Stage 1. Located on the Universal’s backlot, Stage 36 has been transformed into a state-of-the-art digital production studio. It’s a ...
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November 19, 2010
Createasphere
Posted By Ed Heede
BURBANK — What was once called the “HD Expo” was freshly re-branded Creatasphere Entertainment Expo recently. Doesn’t quite roll off the tongue as a tradeshow brand, but the name does manage to get away from that passé “HD” thing into a catch-all, ...
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