Capturing the essence of a location in a single shot or series of shots can present a range of challenges for the itinerant DOP.
It was late in 2018 when a major public broadcaster in the UK came to London-based 7FiveFive, a technology solutions provider, with a growth challenge. Their postproduction department had about 75 edit positions throughout the building working off a shared storage SAN and some orchestration for getting media in and out of the system. Files were stored in folders that were getting harder to locate and retrieve.
Here we look at some practical results of transform theory that show up in a large number of audio and visual applications.
Combination of the Encoding.com platform with the Telestream Media Framework brings unique advantages to enterprises seeking to harness the benefits of cloud media processing.
At IBC 2022, DFT is unveiling the next generation of film scanning, designed to flex and grow as user needs and technology changes over time.
Developed in response to the growing trend of LED volume use in Virtual Production and the need for hardware optimization, Pixotope’s XR Edition includes a range of tools to simplify setup and operation by reducing the technical complexities and associated resource costs of XR workflows and environments.
Developed with Polygon Labs – which was acquired by disguise earlier this year – the solution is made up of the new Porta 2.0 cloud app and px hardware. Together, they enable broadcasters to seamlessly create, control, and collaborate on real-time graphics directly from a web browser.
Much of the attention enjoyed by virtual production currently goes to the spectacular stages with LED displays the size of half a dozen cinema screens. The material we put on those displays, though, can come from a number of places, and anyone putting together a virtual shoot will quickly encounter some subtleties that can make life easier – or, if mishandled, a lot harder.
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