The way in which media & entertainment professionals approach their production environments has been evolving over the past few years. Many have discovered not only the limitations of the traditional broadcast setup, but also the alternatives that now exist. Those alternatives are the sorts of things that Imagine Communications and HP are working together to enable for content distributors, aggregators and broadcasters operating in all segments of the industry.
It’s no secret that technology has changed the way media & entertainment professionals operate across the board. Whether it’s big picture concepts like the walls between production and post coming down, or specific evolutions like the transition from SD to HD and now 4K, you don’t have to look long or hard to see the kind of impact technology has had on the industry.
Exploring Workflow, Storage & Archive in M&E - Collaborating, Sharing and Presenting Media … Smarter
More than a few experts labeled 2014 as the “year of the breach”, and a list of all the companies that experienced security issues last year would be an entire article itself. Massive organizations are the ones that get the headlines when they experience a security issue, but companies that are infinitely smaller are just as vulnerable to breaches, if not moreso.
With the relaunch of ProVideo Coalition this year, we rolled DAM Coalition into a channel on PVC that focuses on workflow, storage and archive in media and entertainment. It was an opportunity to create relevant content for regular readers of PVC while also highlighting some of the more technically minded professionals from different areas of media & entertainment for the benefit of our current and expanded audience.
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CES 2016 – attendees experiencing the Samsung Gear VR demo Virtual Reality (VR) has been going to change the world ever since the 1950s. Each decade heralds the next coming of VR as the technology that is going to...
A digest of last week's photo and video news - Week 06A digest of last week's news is a selection of some of the news from week 05 from 2016 related to the worlds of photography and video, covering multiple topics, always rounded up with a reading suggestion.
GoPro quits entry-level segment, Panasonic announces an organic sensor with global shutter, Phase One and Alpa present a medium format mirrorless with a 100MB sensor from Sony and Adobe Stock enters the 4K video market.
Vashi Nedomansky has a growing list of editorial credits on films like the “An American Carol” and “Sharknado II,” but he’s also called upon both as a colorist and editorial consultant. Most of this consulting work is due to his...
How PluralEyes 4 Works Basically, PluralEyes 4 will automatically ingest, organize and sync your media files and export them to your NLE project synced and ready to edit. Using the specular audio...
Sony’s Laser Projectors Provide Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness RangeSony is broadening its line of laser light source (Z-Phosphor™) projectors in the mid-brightness range with three new models between 4,100 and 6,000 lumens. The new models are the VPL-FWZ65 (6,000lm WXGA); VPL-FWZ60 (5,000lm WXGA); and the VPL-FHZ57 (4,100lm WUXGA).
Sony’s New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness Range with Quietest Operation in its Class
Contour ShuttlePRO V2: a video editing “console” for $126According to users, the ShuttlePro V2, when used together with the mouse, minimizes keyboard confusion and improves efficiency at least 30%. Lightworks partnered with Contour Design and produced a Lightworks edition ShuttlePRO V2, considered the perfect...
If you dream of a Lightworks Console for video editing but have not got the money to get it, then the ShuttlePRO V2 is for you. It emulates the Lightworks Console in looks and functionality but costs – much – less.