Slow motion was originally a staple of motion picture production. It was a simple process — each film frame was captured at a speed much faster than it was played back. When replayed at the normal speed of 24 frames per second, time appeared to be moving more slowly.
Orad has coupled with fellow Israeli technology developer MUV to provide a tracking technology which is worn on a presenter’s finger and which is claimed to turn any surface into an interactive screen.
The US has belatedly permitted six film companies to fly unmanned craft while the UK has dozens.
Gearhouse highlighted its fully-equipped, live production OBLite HD trailer at IBC2014.
You never know who is watching, OR Making money by giving.
Schwäbisch Media, is one of the leading media companies in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Offering a full range of media and media related services to its customers including one of Germany’s largest regional private broadcasters Regio TV.
With 5 locations spread out around Baden-Württemberg, Schwäbisch Media…
Most audio professionals over 50 years old have lived through an era of extraordinary change. They began their careers using precision hardware-based sonic tools designed to capture and process sound in large studios with real musical instruments. Now, they can work almost anywhere on a portable computer with low-cost workstations and…
In Part 2 of this series on Compression Technology we learned how Motion Vectors are generated when motion estimation is employed as the first step of creating P-frames and B-frames. In Part 3 we’ll learn how these motion vectors are used to generate Predicted Frames.
The future of digital video is expanding in all directions; from the size of the living room TV, the depth of content selection, and to the different types of devices which serve content. A culmination of technologies is brewing that is bringing an IMAX1-esque experience into the living room.
Drones, UAVs, call them what you will, the impact of these remote controlled flying machines on the broadcast industry is growing steadily, with estimates being that around three quarters of the operators involved in the rapidly developing UAV sector in the UK are capturing images for marketing or broadcast purposes.…