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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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September 12, 2010
Hiding in Plain Sight
Posted By Wes Plate
To travel between halls 7 and 8 visitors walk across a skybridge that takes them over The Beach, an actual beach that is quite popular with exhibitors and attendees alike. Many people are stopping, however, to watch a beach volleyball game being ...
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September 12, 2010
Refreshed eyes on IBC
Posted By Wes Plate
My name is Wes Plate, president and co-founder of Automatic Duck, Inc., a company that makes plug-ins for translating timelines between After Effects, Avid, Final Cut Pro and more. Though I have exhibited at IBC for several years this is the first ...
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September 10, 2010
IBC Day 1
Posted By Randi Altman
Some cool stuff happening here at IBC in Amsterdam. Last night Omneon and Harmonic held their first ever combined press event. The deal for Harmonic to buy Omneon is still not complete, but it should be finalized shortly. The two companies emphasized ...
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August 13, 2010
Oasis Imagery Grand Opening
Posted By Barry Goch
The A-List of Hollywood post was in attendance at the Grand Opening of Oasis Imagery on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Hollywood. Oasis Imagery is led by Chief Visionary Officer Scot Barbour and Chief Technology Officer Adam Green, who led the ...
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July 30, 2010
SIGGRAPH: My Final Thoughts
Posted By David Blumenfeld
All great things must end, and so follows that SIGGRAPH 2010 has finally come to a close. Overall, it was a nice conference this year, with some interesting new technologies to be seen and a few new techniques and ideas to walk away with. ...
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