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The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Check out the news from Panasonic, Avid, Canon and more

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | September 14, 2014

Everyone said the Saturday and Sunday of IBC would be the busiest days of the event, and they were certainly correct. The calm and tranquil atmosphere quickly gave way once the weekend hit, as attendees flooded the various halls at the Amsterdam RAI. It was a... Read More

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From Kinescopes to Digital Cinema

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

The bumpy road to electronic acquisition

By Richard Wirth | September 14, 2014

Last time, we charted early efforts to project TV signals on theater screens.  This time, we look at the camera side – electronic acquisition. In the end, digital firsts in BOTH projection and acquisition came down to one movie in a place nowhere near Hollywood. But I'm getting ahead of the story.

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The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 1

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

See what AJA, Blackmagic and Adobe had to showcase at IBC this year

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | September 12, 2014

The first day of a trade show is typically a little bit crazy. Attendees try to cover as much ground as they can to get a sense of the event, while exhibitors are focused on talking to as many people as they can while also trying to find time to prepare for or... Read More

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Blackmagic Adds PL Mounts

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

PL Mounts for 4K & 2.5K Cinema Cameras

By Brian Hallett | September 12, 2014

At IBC Blackmagic announced a ton of news ranging from buying Eyeon Software to adding PL mounts to two of their cameras.  After a summer of constant firmware updates Blackmagic continues to improve and upgrade the 4K & 2.5K Cameras to make these cameras as useful as possible.

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Canon EOS 7D MK II and Nikon D750: The Need for Speed

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

The APS-C Canon EOS 7D Mark II and the Nikon D750 FX do video at 60fps at 1920x1080. Not enough speed, some say...

By Jose Antunes | September 12, 2014

Canons has not officially unveiled their EOS 7D Mark II, but the usual leaks have worked again, and some of the specifications for the camera are already out. Confirmed, it is a APS-C sensor, apparently a 20,2 MP with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Nikon, on the other end, goes for a full frame sensor at 24MP on their D750 that follows the path the D810 showed in terms of video.

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122 Slides on the Sony PXW-FS7

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Sony’s new Super35mm camcorder, introduced by Product Manager Juan Martinez

By Adam Wilt | September 11, 2014

The Sony PXW-FS7 “Vérité”, being announced at IBC as I post this, is a large-single-sensor camera aimed specifically at shoulder-mounted run’n’gun work: things like documentary shooting, news, direct cinema, and (shudder) “reality TV”.  It... Read More

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Movidiam Is A New Creative Network For Filmmakers And Photographers

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

By Dan Carr | September 11, 2014

 

Movidiam is a creative network that allows brands, agencies and creative professionals across the globe to connect and collaborate on projects in a new way. 

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Avid announces Resolution Independence for Avid Media Composer

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

That's 4K and beyond ... plus some background rendering and other stuff

By Scott Simmons | September 11, 2014

Over in Amsterdam Avid held their most recent Avid Connect event and we finally got the Avid Media Composer news that many have been waiting for - resolution independence is coming to Media Composer. This wasn’t totally unexpected as it has been hinted at for some time but this was the official announcement with this new version hitting in Q4 2014. And we’ll get Avid DNxHR - “4K beauty without the bandwidth.”

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Turning the spotlight on modernized production

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

British network transforms production with Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise

By Meagan Keane | September 11, 2014

For more than 50 years, ITV has delivered beloved and successful programming to households throughout the United Kingdom. Today, ITV is probably best known for its flagship serial dramas, Coronation Street and Emmerdale, both of which have been on the air for thousands of episodes and found... Read More

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PVC at IBC 2014 - Welcome to Amsterdam

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Exclusive coverage from the conference and show floor

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | September 11, 2014

IBC bills itself as the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. Since it attracts over 50,000 attendees from more than 170 countries, it’s hard to argue with that... Read More

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Apertus Axiom Beta

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

The 1st Open Source 4K Camera Is Now Fundraising

By Brian Hallett | September 11, 2014

Recently, Apetus announced the start to their crowdfunding campaign for the Axiom Beta camera, which might be one of the most affordable 4K cameras yet.

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Achieve an Efficient Production by Becoming Proficient at Pre-Production

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

How to better understand the importance of pre-production

By Bobby Marko | September 10, 2014

Problems always occur in video and film production. It’s the nature of the work we do. There are always outside forces beyond our control and no matter what we do to prepare for them, we are always faced with a problem to solve that we didn’t count on or didn’t foresee.... Read More

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Dissecting those upcoming Adobe Premiere Fall CC 2014 Preview Features

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

The CC train continues to steam along with a preview of even more new and needed features

By Scott Simmons | September 10, 2014

In advance of IBC 2014 Adobe has shown a whole slew of updates that we can expect to see in the next version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 as well as a lot of other Creative Cloud video apps. This release looks to be another important update for those hardcore PPro users as there are some very important things coming. Adobe is still listening as these are all things we’ve been asking for. Let’s dissect some of them.

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Media Composer 101 - Lesson 1

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Let's get started learning Avid Media Composer Subscription

By Kevin P. McAuliffe | September 10, 2014

In this introductory Lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe introduces you to Avid Media Composer Subscription (also called MC8). 

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SRF creates original content for broadcast coverage

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Swiss broadcasting company uses Adobe Creative Cloud to create show openers for top sports event coverage

By Meagan Keane | September 10, 2014

Earlier this year, we interviewed Patrick Arnecke, head of design and promotion for Swiss Radio and Television (SRF) about the new opener the broadcaster created for its coverage of the Sotchi winter games. Since then, SRF has created similar openers for its coverage of the games in Brazil and... Read More

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iPhone 6+ (5.5“): The new iPad for iOS mediographers?

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

As I hoped, Apple made this new 5.5” version even better for iOS mediographers

By Allan Tépper | September 09, 2014

In hopeful anticipation of greater things in a (then only rumored) iPhone 6 (5.5 inch version) with improved mediography capabilities, I put my iPad Mini Retina 128GB up for sale last week. Today, Apple confirmed the rumor that there would indeed be a 5.5 version of the iPhone 6, which is officially called the iPhone 6 Plus. Ahead are its new video features and specs.

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Canon’s “Touch and Try” at IBC2014

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Visitors of the Canon stand at IBC2014 will be able to try the Cinema EOS Cameras and new camcorders recently launched.

By Jose Antunes | September 09, 2014

Canon has announced more details about its activities at IBC – the leading global trade show for media and broadcast professionals to be held at the RAI exhibition and convention centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 12-16 September 2014 – and the news are exciting for those interested into Canon's products.

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Batch Encoding in Final Cut Pro X

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

This Week on MacBreak Studio

By Mark Spencer | September 09, 2014

Batch exporting directly from Final Cut Pro X?

That's what Steve Martin from Ripple Training explores in today's episode of MacBreak Studio.

While there are many sharing options built into Final Cut Pro X, some folks turn to Compressor, Apple's... Read More

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Tracking and Managing the Business Side of Producing Content

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

An interview with Joel Stoner, CEO and Founder, AlterMedia

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | September 09, 2014

Studio Suite is a leading studio management software, and it meets the demands of thousands of users in post-production facilities in over 40 countries. Their customers include huge companies like Sony and Warner Bros but also hundreds of small boutique & corporate in-house production... Read More

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The Terence and Philip Show: Episode 64 – Finding the Resolution Sweet Spot with 4K

The Sights and Sounds of IBC 2014 – Part 2

Terence and Philip discuss 4K – the good, the bad, and the bandwidth

By PVC News Staff | September 09, 2014

To listen to the Terence and Philip Show episode #64 where Terence Curren and Philip Hodges discuss 4K pipeline issues, a sweet spot with resolution and more, click the player below. A transcript of the episode itself is below the player.

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