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The Ultra HD Forum has given a stimulus to UHD deployments with the release of its latest 2.1 guidelines that give proper weight to all the ingredients constituting next generation A/V (Audio/Video).
When, in May 2019, AMD announced their Ryzen Zen 2 architecture, beyond the amazing performance offered by the new Series 3000 microprocessors, they announced the new chips would support PCI 4.0. Although I was pretty confident the step from 3.0 to 4.0 meant 2X greater bandwidth, I decided it was time to learn more about the PCIe bus.
The single most important fact in the entire film and television industry, wrote the late screenwriter William Goldman, is “nobody knows anything.”
Never in human history has it been easier to be a creative person when using video, audio or music production technology. All media-making gear is better and cheaper than it has ever been. Yet, that “blank slate” that has confronted all creative people for the ages remains unchanged.
Artificial Intelligence is more than just one element. In this article, we look at and describe the many parts AI encompasses.
NAB ramp up. A period where articles about new cameras arriving in the next year appear almost daily. I’m sure many shooters as they skim or read these stories can’t help but consider whether the time has come to upgrade their cameras.
MAM developer VSN says it is focused on interoperability, intuitive ease of use, flexibility and increased efficiency ahead of Broadcast Asia.
With the shift in consumer viewing habits, advertisers are becoming increasingly reluctant to buy commercial spots based on large potential views and instead are moving towards an audience-based buying model and targeted demographics.