Irix Cine 150mm T 3.0 Macro 1:1 lens: the first in a new line of full frame lenses

Irix Cine 150mm T 3.0 Macro 1:1 lens: the first in a new line of full frame lenses 1

Irix said it from the very beginning: our intention was to provide the cinematographers with the most advanced and versatile cinematic lenses. Starting with the Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 lens. The Irix Cine 150mm T3.0 Macro 1:1 was mentioned here at ProVideo Coalition before, but now, when it is about to be available, […]

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Chrome URL truncation is back, but better

Chrome URL truncation is back, but better 4

Last year, I reported how the Chrome browser had started to truncate URL prefixes (both the scheme/prefix and ALL subdomains). That time, the Chrome team got numerous vocal complaints — mainly because it had then truncated ALL subdomains (not just WWW). As a knee-jerk reaction, the Chrome team immediately did a full about face (instead […]

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Oculus Quill 2.0: an all-in-one tool for Virtual Reality animated stories

Oculus Quill 2.0: an all-in-one tool for VR animated stories

Born out of the creative needs of an Emmy-nominated VR film, the painting and animation tool Quill has reached version 2.0 and is now an end-to-end solution for making full VR-native animated stories. Oculus announced this month the release of Quill 2.0, the new version of its painting and animation tool launched in 2015. Born […]

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Adobe Rush adds fast/slow motion with pitch compensation

Adobe Rush adds fast/slow motion with pitch compensation 9

Although it is not yet clear whether Adobe has fixed any the issues we previously exposed (link ahead), the company just released a new feature for its intriguing, multiplatform cam/editor app called Premiere Rush. That new feature is called Speed, as in fast or slow motion, not amphetamines. The Speed feature allows velocity ramping and […]

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