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April 11, 2013
A Flashier NAB in 2013
Posted By Tom Coughlin
While the vast bulk of digital content is stored on hard disk drives, digital tape and even optical discs; flash memory is finding its way into more and more video workflow applications. and as a result it is changing the face of storage systems and ...
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April 09, 2013
NAB: In the clouds
Posted By Katie Hinsen
At a conference like this, it was pretty funny to see that at the Starbucks in the convention center, the televisions broadcasting the morning news were all different aspect ratios and none of them were correct. This one, both pillarbox and letterbox ...
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April 08, 2013
NAB 2013 is under way. It's all about 4k.
Posted By TJ Ryan
Another April, another NAB. Things got off to a wet cold start as the wind and rain ripped through monday morning set up. Nothing like seeing crazed exhibitors try to get last minute gear into the convention center and out of the rain. Blow dryers ...
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April 08, 2013
My First NAB
Posted By Tucker Corson
April 06, 2013 So I'm off to my first ever NAB and I couldn't be more excited. There is so much to look forward to in such a small amount of time! For the next three days I will be covering the National Association of Broadcasters convention floor, ...
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April 04, 2013
Adobe reveals next-gen video software
Posted By Larry Jordan
By Larry Jordan On April 4, Adobe revealed the next generation of its video software, announcing new versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Prelude, SpeedGrade, Story, and Media ...
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April 01, 2013
Can you still have a career in editing?
Posted By Larry Jordan
Three emails got me thinking today. The first was from Jack Reilly, of Future Media Concepts who is organizing Post-Production World at NAB. He's asked me to host a Hot Panels session Wednesday at NAB on The Future of Editing. The second was a ...
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March 08, 2013
2013 HPA Retreat: Production is Big, Really Big
Posted By Tom Coughlin
At the 2013 HPA Retreat Andrew Setos and Jim DeFilippis gave some fascinating (or frightening) numbers indicating the growing size of video production projects. As a result of the increase in digital production, higher frame rates in content capture ...
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February 22, 2013
2013 HPA Retreat: Rendering in the Cloud & Episodic Post
Posted By Tom Coughlin
By Tom Coughlin Coughlin Associates http:// The annual Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) Retreat is a relaxed event where media and entertainment techies can meet for informed but informal interactions on the latest developments in ...
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January 29, 2013
Sci-Tech Awards 2013 award-winners
Posted By Daniel Restuccio
By Daniel Restuccio BEVERLY HILLS - In early January, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the winners of the 2012 Scientific and Technical Achievement awards, which will be presented at the Beverly Hills Hotel ...
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January 28, 2013
Is Final Cut Pro X ready for professional use?
Posted By Larry Jordan
By Larry Jordan Of all the questions I get each day, this is the most popular: "When will Final Cut Pro X be ready for professional use?" Sigh... Right now! Final Cut Pro X is ready for professional ...
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