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January 02, 2013
2012 - Year in Review
Posted By Larry Jordan
By Larry Jordan The end of a year, and start of a new one, is a good time to look back and reflect on changes over the last 12 months, which is how this blog starts. I also invited users to share their thoughts on the last year. ...
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December 17, 2012
Don't Waste Your Money On Faster Storage
Posted By Larry Jordan
Most of the time when we work on our computers, the files we create are relatively small. We load the files into the RAM memory of our computer and work away. Working with media, however, is different. Media files tend to be massive. Most often, they ...
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December 06, 2012
Configuring an iMac for video editing
Posted By Larry Jordan
By Larry Jordan This blog was first published on my Website, and is a good follow up to my last Post blog I bought a new ...
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November 29, 2012
Are the new iMacs good enough for video editing?
Posted By Larry Jordan
By Larry Jordan A question I get asked all the time is whether the current iMacs (or, insert a computer model here) are "good enough" for video editing. The answer is "Yes!" But, that isn't the right answer, because that isn't the right question. In ...
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October 24, 2012
Magnetic tape archiving for media & entertainment content
Posted By Tom Coughlin
HOLLYWOOD - IBM spoke on the use of LTO-6 magnetic tape for digital archiving at the 2013 SMPTE Technical Conference, here. LTO-6 with a raw capacity of about 3.1 TB is double that of LTO-5 tape. Data rates for LTO-6 increased by over 40% from the ...
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September 26, 2012
IBC 2012 - A Retrospective (Part 2)
Posted By Sam Johnson
Blackmagic Terranex I remember last year visiting the the Terranex stand at IBC and looking at all they had to offer as we were looking for a hardware standards converter that didn't cost the earth, unfortunately Terranex's 2011 offering was still ...
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September 21, 2012
IBC 2012 - A Retrospective (Part I)
Posted By Sam Johnson
I've had a week and bit to digest this year's IBC and thought I'd reflect. T'was a funny conference. It was filled with a lot of the same tech that was announced/demoed at BVE, NAB and even IBC 2011, so there was a slight lack of new announcements. ...
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September 18, 2012
Making the switch: Mac to PC
Posted By David Bourne
In my work as a video editor and as an instructor, I try to focus on the importance of storytelling over the importance of the tools. But it's hard. Good storytelling elements never change, whereas video editing tools change like the weather. For ...
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September 14, 2012
IBC: storage, archiving, asset management
Posted By Tom Coughlin
AMSTERDAM - Video capture, production, distribution and archiving require significant investments in equipment and software. As a consequence significant media industry events include a lot of digital storage and stored content management booths on ...
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September 12, 2012
IBC 2012: IBC Under the Sun and another successful year
Posted By Robert Keske
The Sun and stars shined this year, with stunning days and nights. I always enjoy traveling to the beautiful city of Amsterdam to attend IBC, but this year was something special. IBC really showed it's strength this year, with the addition of IBC ...
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