4K

Is Time-Lapse the New Video?

Is Time-Lapse the New Video?

Advertising companies have understood the power of time-lapse to tell stories, so we’re seeing more and more of these time-compressed movies appear everywhere. There is a unique…

UPDATE: Join Jeff Greenberg as He Explains How Professionals Can Speed Up Their 4K Workflow

UPDATE: Join Jeff Greenberg as He Explains How Professionals Can Speed Up Their 4K Workflow

Questions around how professionals can and should utilize 4K are as pervasive as ever. What sort of hardware requirements are needed for a 4K production? Will you need to upgrade…

Media Composer 101 – Advanced – 4K Workflows Part 2: RED 4K Offline/Online in v8.3

Media Composer 101 – Advanced – 4K Workflows Part 2: RED 4K Offline/Online in v8.3

In the second part of our look at 4K workflows inside of Media Composer Subscription, we take a look at a RED offline/online scenario working totally in 4K, with…

Media Composer 101 – Advanced – 4K Workflows Part 1: HD Projects

Media Composer 101 – Advanced – 4K Workflows Part 1: HD Projects

In this first of a two part look at working in 4K in Media Composer, we look at the scenario of a client shooting 4K material, for a project that…

4K Studios Uses Blackmagic UHD to deliver old Kung Fu Movies in 4K

San Francisco based 4K Studios are using Blackmagic Design gear to scan old 35mm Film prints to bring old Kung-Fu movies to the world’s first all 4K…

Master the Art of 4K Editing in Avid Media Composer

4K is all the rage now, whether you’re actually editing projects in 4K or not, is another question, but having the tools at your disposal is essential, so…

Want to see 4K editing in Media Composer before its release?

And no, I’m not breaking any embargoes, NDA’s or anything like that.  Avid is very excited about the impending release of the next version of Media Composer…

Blackmagic Studio Camera Review

Without a doubt, the Blackmagic Studio Camera is a niche camera with a dominating monitor and Super 16mm sized sensor. This camera is designed for the world of multicam operations…

4K is Obsolete. 5K is Here, 8K Comes Tomorrow

4K is Obsolete. 5K is Here, 8K Comes Tomorrow

A selection of 4K Monitors at low prices was recently published here at PVC – 4K Monitors Under $850 – , but that seems to be old news now. Apple…

Rampant Design’s 4K Flares

Rampant Design’s 4K Flares

Rampant Design moves into the 4K fray with their new 4K and 5K flares and smoke effects.  Designed as easy to use drag and drop effects for editors, motion…

A  4K Video Editor for Enthusiasts

A 4K Video Editor for Enthusiasts

If you’re in the market for a video editor, one program you should probably look at is Cyberlink’s PowerDirector 12, launched in September 2013, winner of…

Sony Enters the 4K Video Race

Sony Enters the 4K Video Race

The newest camera in the Alpha family (Sony says α7 and α7R) is not only one of the smallest full frame camera’s in the world, it is also…

Review: The 4K Blackmagic Production Camera

Review: The 4K Blackmagic Production Camera

Blackmagic’s New 4K Production Camera is here and I have been shooting with it as soon as I could rip the box open. If you’ve had…

To 4K or Not to 4K – A PVC Roundtable Discussion

To 4K or Not to 4K – A PVC Roundtable Discussion

John Bourbonais says it all in the title of his recent article, Why 4K is Wrong. In it, Bourbonais looks at the issues 4K presents around quality, post, delivery and…

A Look At JVC’s New 4K Camera And The Future Larger Sensor Interchangeable Lens Version

A Look At JVC’s New 4K Camera And The Future Larger Sensor Interchangeable Lens Version

At CES JVC officially launched the GY-HMQ10 which is said to be the world’s first handheld 4K camera. A walk through the JVC booth also yielded a…