The latest adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic, ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ saw DaVinci Resolve Studio used to manage the color pipeline, including onset dailies by Digital Orchard and the final grade at Goldcrest Post.
Changes in the broadcast industry are bringing far-reaching repercussions. In particular, studios, control rooms and production houses alike are all seeking ways to streamline processes, adapt workflows and work in a faster and more intuitive way. This has given rise to a number of trends across the industry. But should
Looking to create a teaching environment based on the latest technologies and workflows for the benefit of its students, the Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) has installed a Calrec Audio Artemis Light console and Hydra2 network for the school’s new state-of-the-art video production facility. The Artemis Light brings robust a
360-degree video is hot. Global 360-degree camera sales are expected to grow at an impressive CAGR of more than 35% through 2020. When will 360-degree news production begin? It’s happening now say some experts.
New outside broadcast vehicles of all shapes and sizes continue to hit the road and among the most notable of this year’s crop is Cinevideo’s first venture into Ultra HD and HDR, Dolphin 7.0. Although on a fixed chassis, this three-expander truck can be configured to offer approximately 60 square
From the Cheltenham Festival to Royal Ascot there are countless meetings on the UK horse racing calendar and the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) ensures that fair play and integrity prevails at all.
A quick look at the lens to display pipeline highlights some trivial-seeming bottlenecks that place important constraints on motion imaging systems. One of these is the connection to the consumer display. The announcement of HDMI 2.1 is key to advancing to 4K and beyond, with additional support for HDR, and increased
Color grading may be one of the most processing intensive special effects in post production, but many call it the “unseen VFX”. In the first installment of this three-part series we looked at its current state because, when done properly, the viewing audience is usually not aware of its contribution.
SmallHD, makers of a variety of production and post monitors, is offering customers a free Operating System (OS3) upgrade for its family of on-camera and production monitors that offers new false color and waveform tools, and a new battery meter.
Many broadcasters and sports production companies are migrating to HDR production. However, this move is not straightforward. Just as the move from 4:3 to 16:9 raised many issues, the move to a high dynamic range (HDR) and a wider color gamut (WGC) as defined in ITU standards Rec.2020 and Rec.2100 present many