Sony Optical Disc Archive Ideal for Small-Scale Productions

Sony Optical Disc Archive Ideal for Small-Scale Productions 1

Toronto-based Allan Schwartzenberger is one of a new breed of animal prowling the digital jungle. He’s a “Preditor” – short for producer/editor/director.  His deadliest enemy in this wilderness? Data loss. That’s why he’s traded his tape-based archive system for Sony’s Optical Disc Archive. Schwartzenberger has been working in production and post production for the past […]

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Light, again, shines at Cine Gear Expo

Cine Gear Expo

With over 20 top lighting-makers on the scene, it is fair to say that lights are on at Cine Gear Expo, again. LED lighting leads the herd, with new solutions shining in LA, like the Remote Phosphor Pipes from Denmark’s BB&S Lighting. Light is essential for all of us, and light is essential for storytelling. […]

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Flanders Scientific BoxIO at Cine Gear Expo

Box IO at Cine Gear Expo

First presented at NAB 2016, the BoxIO offers some unique capabilities like frame capture support, real-time LUT updates, and dual channel operation. BoxIO is available in three different models to suit different budgets and needs. Flanders Scientific announced that BoxIO Utility is now also available as a free download for both Mac and PC. This […]

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360VR compositing in Final Cut Pro X

360VR compositing in Final Cut Pro X 2

This week on MacBreak Studio, we move to Part 3 of our exploration into working with 360VR footage in Final Cut Pro X. If you missed Part 1, be sure to check it out here. Part 2 you can find here. In the earlier episodes we explore how to “dip your toes in the water” […]

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