The Need for Speed in a Changing Media Landscape

The Need for Speed in a Changing Media Landscape 1

More video is being produced and distributed than ever before. In this new media landscape, speed has become critical for media businesses looking to survive and prosper in today’s insatiable market for video content. The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) summed up today’s realities in their NAB 2017 The Need for Speed report: “There are strong […]

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Is glasses-free 3D really coming to every TV set?

Is glasses-free 3D really coming to every TV set?

The new 16 million pixel panel using Ultra-D technology for glasses-free 3D was announced at 2018 CES, but the company behind the project is already working on 32 million pixel panels in its R&D lab. Whatever the size of the TV set, Ultra-D technology can be applied to it, says Stream TV Networks. In fact, […]

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True-Streak Rainbow filter mimics anamorphic-style effects

True-Streak Rainbow filter mimics anamorphic-style effects

The True-Streak Rainbow filter announced by Schneider-Kreuznach expands its series of anamorphic-style filter effects, creating an effect reminiscent of the multi-color flares on uncoated lenses. Schneider-Kreuznach represents a long history of extraordinary lenses and filters for many industries including still photography, high definition, television broadcasting, cinematography, and digital projection. From technical filters to emotional, sensational […]

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Day 13 #28daysofQuickTips 2018 – Reversing Sunset to make Sunrise

real sunset

This is the first of our reader QuickTips which comes to us courtesy of Clark Morris, Senior Editor of 30 Second Street. I have to honestly say that I have never thought of the left to right, right to left direction of a sunrise or sunset when I have quickly hit the reverse button in my […]

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