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.
Getting collaborative feedback has never been easier now that Frame.io can send files directly from Apple’s Final Cut Pro X user interface out for comment.
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!
Grass Valley is giving its Rio powerhouse editing system new features that will put it at the top of its class for speed and codec flexibility.
Blackmagic Design An innovator in the design and manufacture of creative technology for feature film, post production,
Rohde & Schwarz Active in the field of TV and sound broadcasting for almost 70 years, Rohde & Schwarz has s