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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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April 20, 2009
DVS steals my RED heart
Posted By Mark L. Pederson
Okay - NAB 2009 has begun. I started by going to DVS to see CLIPSTER's new RED support - and get a full tour of the features. It's hard to find words to express how excited I am about this system. They are debayering RED's R3D files with HARDWARE in ...
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April 20, 2009
Autodesk announces FLARE!
Posted By John J. Budion
Autodesk finally released their new product FLARE at NAB today. I have to say it's pretty interesting. The program is designed to be a separate workstation primarily for junior artist's to facilitate senior artist's who are running the full version ...
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April 20, 2009
NAB09 Sony unveils Vegas 09
Posted By David Basulto
Sony Creative unveiled Vegas 9 at NAB and the software looks as robust as ever. There are several new features, transitions, effects and more. Having used Vegas on a film in the past, I really wanted to see if it had been updated to keep up with the ...
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April 20, 2009
NAB 09 Cineform takes on realtime color correction with First Light
Posted By David Basulto
David Taylor of Cineform unveiled a wonderful new tool I must have called First Light. At first glance it resembled Adobe Lightroom. That is until I saw it work with a 4k image color correcting it in realtime. I was blown away by the tools amazing ...
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April 20, 2009
Cache-A LTO4-A and SyncSy
Posted By Mark L. Pederson
CACHE-A is showing their LTO4-A series data tape decks. Offhollywood uses LTO3A for archive and we've been inter-acting with the team at Cache-A on feature requests and we are super excited about this product. Key highlights are: span archives across ...
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April 19, 2009
AJA Jump Starts NAB
Posted By Mark L. Pederson
AJA kicked NAB off today with new product announcements which include io Express - Io Express - works on a Mac and... on a PC! Hi5-3G - 1080p50/60p over Dual-link 1.5G SDI or over 3G SDI, HDMI v1.3a capability at 30 bits per pixel allows full support ...
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April 17, 2009
NAB 2009
Posted By John J. Budion
Hey everyone! I was invited to talk about NAB 2009 on the POST blog! My name is John Budion and I am a Director and Flame Artist at Click3x NYC. I'm excited to be heading out West to Las Vegas for the conference. If anyone is going to be out there be ...
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April 16, 2009
NAB 09 Here I come!
Posted By David Basulto
Greetings everyone! I am excited to be blogging away for Post at this year's NAB Show! Please check back here for all the exciting news, hot products and more! You can also follow me on twitter @themediamogul See you in Vegas! Dave
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January 05, 2009
Love's Labor Jam - Final Hour
Posted By Randy DeFord
After a few weeks of getting clearances, it's obvious some will be gotten, and others will not. However, we have solution to that, that has satisfied all involved. We have produced two versions - one long version coming in at 61:00 that includes all ...
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