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Ken McGorry
Consulting Editor Ken McGorry has been writing about the TV and film industries since 1987 and has worked for Post magazine since 1988.

mcgorry@optonline.net
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TECHNOLOGY: MOTION PIXELS
Published: January 25, 2008

Today’s acquisition technology can capture metadata along with imagery — and the ASC will test the digital cameras most used in feature films.
COVER STORY: 'FELIZ NAVIDAD'
Published: November 30, 2007

Coke and Buzz Image cook up a CG Christmas treat for Mexican kids.
EDIT THIS!: 'BEE MOVIE'
Published: October 30, 2007

GLENDALE, CA - Two different worlds. At least for other CG-animated DreamWorks Animation films they only had to create one fantastic world. In the new Bee Movie, created by Jerry Seinfeld, there's the imaginatively realized world of honey bees complete with traffic intersections, a gym, shops, suburbs, an airport and their own factory — Honex.
EDIT THIS!: 'BEE MOVIE'
Published: October 25, 2007

GLENDALE, CA - Two different worlds. At least for other CG-animated DreamWorks Animation films they only had to create one fantastic world. In the new Bee Movie, created by Jerry Seinfeld, there's the imaginatively realized world of honey bees complete with traffic intersections, a gym, shops, suburbs, an airport and their own factory - Honex.
AISLE SAY - QUICK HITS FROM THE IBC SHOW FLOOR (Part 2)
Published: September 10, 2007

Post production now approaches "the glass" as Cooke Optics, maker of precision lenses for the motion picture industry, releases its /i Technology and /i dataLink, which allow film and digital cameras to automatically record key camera data, like follow-focus information, for every film frame shot and provide it to post production teams...
AISLE SAY - QUICK HITS FROM THE IBC SHOW FLOOR
Published: September 9, 2007

JVC's ProHD cameras will be compatible with popular NLEs from Apple, Avid and Canopus, JVC announced today…
AUTODESK ENHANCES ENTIRE LINE FOR 2008
Published: September 9, 2007

AMSTERDAM - Autodesk (www.autodesk.com) has made upgrades to its entire product line for the coming year, as promised - product versions are named after their year. Flame, Smoke, Lustre, and Toxik are beneficiaries as well as CG programs Max and Maya.
THE FOUNDRY 'NUKES' IBC, GOES STEREOSCOPIC
Published: September 9, 2007

AMSTERDAM – UK-based VFX software developer, The Foundry (www.thefoundry.co.uk), showed off new upgrades to its Nuke compositing program today, including an app for stereoscopic post, possibly the next big thing in event broadcasting if you were to look around the IBC exhibit.
ADOBE GIVES CONTENT CREATORS KEYS TO THEIR OWN ONLINE NETWORK
Published: September 8, 2007

AMSTERDAM - Adobe (www.adobe.com) previewed something beyond its new Flash Media Server 3 here at IBC. Media Server 3 will offer traditional media streaming combined with a "flexible environment" for creating and delivering interactive social media applications to "the broadest possible audience" (online, that is).
EYEON UPGRADES AT IBC
Published: September 8, 2007

AMSTERDAM - Eyeon Software (www.eyeonline.com) is at IBC with its newly updated Rotation and Vision - packages that augment the company's flagship Fusion compositing program. Eyeon also released a learning edition of Fusion 5.2 at the show.
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