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September 20, 2010
Post people in camera halls
Posted By Max Burgess
Once upon a time in the land of Post Production there were simple format choices. When I started to work as an edit assistant, there was only Digi-Beta (maybe some old Beta-SP's kicking around somewhere) and occasionally some Panasonic formats. These ...
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September 20, 2010
Everyone going software based?
Posted By Max Burgess
The trend is now definitely underway for software solutions of the tools we know and love. Avid have been playing with a software DS for a few years which has culminated with version 10.5 only being available as software for $10,000, announced at IBC ...
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September 20, 2010
Avid's web-based editing
Posted By Max Burgess
A colleague of mine has been talking about editing online for years. Sitting behind my fully featured Media Composer watching examples of limited and slow online editing has never really got me excited. What I saw on Avid's stand this year at IBC ...
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September 20, 2010
Talking for Avid
Posted By Max Burgess
I had the honor to do a presentation for Avid at IBC this year and travelled to Amsterdam with a head full of facts and quips as well as the anticipation (and nerves) of a 14 year old boy who's band was about to play in front of school assembly for ...
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September 14, 2010
Two days in Amsterdam
Posted By Marshall Krasser
What an incredible show! I spent 2 days wandering around the floor and was amazed by the diversity of products, ideas and technology being showcased at this great conference and city. For myself, this was unlike any conference I have ever attended ...
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September 13, 2010
New card offloader for digital filmmakers
Posted By Wes Plate
One problem faced by filmmakers using DSLRs and other cameras that record to memory cards is how to quickly offload the files so you can wipe the card and continue shooting. The problem is worst if you're a one-person operation, you can't shoot while ...
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September 13, 2010
Two days in Amsterdam
Posted By Marshall Krasser
What an incredible show! I spent 2 days wandering around the floor and was amazed by the diversity of products, ideas and technology being showcased at this great conference and city. For myself, this was unlike any conference I have ever attended ...
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September 13, 2010
New options for field recording
Posted By Wes Plate
For while I've been interested in efficient ways to record long performances, like my daughters' dance company's two hour dance showcases. I'm always working alone so I don't have the luxury of an assistant who can help me continually swap P2 cards, ...
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September 13, 2010
Finding the digital needle in an exhibition haystack
Posted By Neil Evely
Next time I go to IBC I will remember the last 2 days and think carefully about how long I really need to be able to do the Exhibition justice. Arriving early Friday morning and leaving on Sunday meant I very quickly had to condense my visit and ...
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September 12, 2010
A New Unified Power Brew
Posted By Wes Plate
When Post Magazine's Randi Altman asked me to blog about IBC I was concerned about finding something cool and new to write about, because many of the show's gems are tucked away and off the beaten path, and the huge size of the expo can make them ...
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