Sony’s new 31-inch Grade 1 reference monitor, the BVM-HX310, was demonstrated at a special showing at New York’s B&H Technology Center, its first public outing in the U.S. The new reference monitor offers accurate color reproduction and high-contrast performance to provide professional content creators enhanced flexibility and
This is part 2 of the series “Where is Production Technology Headed for 2019?” Here we ask three executives from key production technology companies for their thoughts on new technology developments for 2019.
Many in the media business are quick to offer insight into the direction of new technology. This is the beginning of a series of articles where thought leaders in the post community share some of their ideas on upcoming 2019 technological developments.
Blackmagic Design’s latest 15.2 software release of DaVinci Resolve and DaVinci Resolve Studio is one more demonstration of how this former color correction software is flexing its muscle as a mainstream post production finishing platform.
EditShare’s Lightworks, the NLE on which Thelma Schoonmaker has edited every one of Martin Scorsese’s films since “Raging Bull” in 1980 (winning 3 Oscars along the way) is now available in version 14.5. And its basic version is free for anyone who wants to try it out!
The trend began in 2008 — 10 years ago — when Nikon introduced the first DSLR camera that combined video capability with still photography. Since then the powerful combo has accelerated, now with news organizations reorganizing their staffs to employ “visual journalists” that do both.
Austrian national public service broadcaster broadcaster Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF) has upgraded its live production servers to EVS’ next-generation XT-Via, alongside a new EVS X-One integrated production system, which will all be used to produce smaller sports broadcasts of up to six cameras.
From production to newsgathering and on to international distribution, the media industry relies more on the ability to quickly and easily transfer large files over long distances. Original methods for doing this, like FTP, are unsuited for today’s large file sizes and complex workflows - what is needed is