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From an 8K switcher to a new 4.6K camera, you could hardly get through the packed Blackmagic Design exhibit to see its most talked about excitement, the new DaVinci Resolve 16.
With the benefit of two high end NLE’s, EDIUS and Rio, Grass Valley is continuing its advancements in all aspects of post-production.
Insight TV has signed an agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) to provide NCTC members with its UHD (Ultra HD) content network across the US.
Looking to address the demand for affordable, high-quality 4K UHD lenses for television news and sports, at the 2019 NAB Show Canon U.S.A. will unveil two new portable-zoom 4K UHD broadcast lenses as new additions to its UHDgc series. The new lenses, the CJ18ex28B and CJ15ex8.5B, are made for UHD cameras with 2/3-inch sensors. The company said both lenses provide 4K UHD imaging quality at a price point that’s less expensive, something the broadcast market asked for.
As the myriad of live competition television shows continue to attract new and ever larger audiences for TV networks, producing them live has become so complicated that a second technical director (TD), often called a “screens TD,” is now often being employed in concert with the lighting department’s graphics server operator and create the look of the LED video tile-intensive sets. Most stages feature literally millions of LED pixels and lighting rig configurations that adorn the brilliantly lit sets so it takes a “screens team” along with the LED tech responsible to manage the actual LED tiles.
Brainstorm’s mastery of virtual sets and Augmented reality will be seen as even more photo realistic with real time ray tracing capability at their NAB 2019 exhibit.
When a company markets two products that seem similar, both targeting much the same task, but one costs significantly less, it’s reasonable to assume the less expensive product will offer significantly fewer features.