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July 15, 2009
Surround Sound in the October issue - Ron DiCesare
Posted By Post Writers
Currently, I am working on October's Surround Sound feature. Many people don't realize how broad of a term surround sound is. It can mean 5.1, 6.1, 7.1, IMAX, and even 10.2. which uses a total of 12 speakers! What's most interesting to me so far is ...
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April 28, 2009
NAB 2009
Posted By Jeremy Tchaban
This was my first time attending NAB and I was very excited. Over the past few years I've become a "pseudo-tech head" and I was looking forward to seeing all the gear which could potentially improve our work flow. We were only able to attend the ...
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April 23, 2009
3D Editors, Check This Out
Posted By Mark R. Smith
I was walking by Post's booth at the show on Monday afternoon when our own Marc Loftus pointed out a company in an adjoining space and noted its interesting new products. That company, Solana Beach, Calif.-based CineForm, creates high-fidelity ...
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April 23, 2009
What Caught Your Attention at NAB 2009?
Posted By Mark R. Smith
Now it's over already. While I would rather have stayed to hear the annual Bronx Cheer at 2 p.m. on Thursday afternoon, I had to fly home early this year for work reasons. Damn. Sooooooooo... you've read about a couple of things that caught my eye ...
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April 22, 2009
RED launches a ROCKET
Posted By Mark L. Pederson
It didn't happen on the show floor. It happened on the world wide web. Last night at midnight Jim Jannard, the owner of Red Digital Cinema announced RED ROCKET on the Reduser.net. But it was well timed - being the night before the REDUSER NAB EVENT ...
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April 21, 2009
NAB 2009: Official Announced Attendance
Posted By Mark R. Smith
Just got the number's from NAB's PR office... the attendance this year is 83,842. That figure includes 23,232 international attendees -- many of whom were mega jet-lagged. That reminds me of a funny story... the first year I came to the how, 1992, I ...
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April 21, 2009
One More Thing
Posted By Mark R. Smith
I met a guy in the lunch line in the press room today and he was talking about this year's attendance, too. He said, nevermind the nation's current economic issues, NAB needs to go back after the folks that used to attend NATPE and reintegrate them ...
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April 21, 2009
Add Some (Production) Music to Your Day
Posted By Mark R. Smith
Had a few good words with David Gurule and Dennis Dunn from Killer Tracks in L.A. today about trends they've noticed of late. David talked about the move toward the digital distribution of music. He said the house has continued to press CDs and ...
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April 21, 2009
3D without Glasses???
Posted By John J. Budion
It seems like Sony is trying to take Digital Cinema to the next level. They are trying to bring the third dimension to home televisions. 3D movies without the glasses in the comfort of your own home. Sounds pretty cool. Apparently, they are still ...
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April 20, 2009
NAB 2009
Posted By Mark R. Smith
There has been a considerable amount of talk amongst us broadcast tech denizens about what the final announced attendance number will be this year. Last year that figure reached 104,000; the record is 115,000 in 2000. After cruising around on the ...
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