Pro Video Coalition

Exploring Storage, Archive and Workflow in M&E Part I – Isn’t This Someone Else’s Problem?

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | January, 16, 2015

The nuts and bolts of the creative process are not my specialty. When I worked at a post house, I had my own system for versioning, and it was not one my coordinator appreciated. Even

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From under the sea to outer space

By Meagan Keane | January, 16, 2015

**UPDATE**

• The Space School premiere will take place Friday, January 16th, 2015 at the Buehler

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Discover What It Means to Create and Utilize the New Sapphire 8

By Jeremiah Karpowicz | January, 16, 2015

With the release of Sapphire 8, GenArts has unleashed the biggest addition to Sapphire in its

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Media Composer 101 - Advanced - Creating SD DVD’s from HD, 2K & 4K Projects part 2

By Kevin P. McAuliffe | January, 15, 2015

In this week's Media Composer 101 tutorial, Kevin P McAuliffe will show you that no matter what compression application you have, whether it Sorenson Squeeze, Adobe's Media Encoder

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Allan Tépper to give 4 tech seminars in México City

By Allan Tépper | January, 15, 2015

From January 26–29, I’ll be giving four tech seminars in México City. Actually, three of the four will be tech (audio/video/podcast production/post/distribution), while the

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First look: Cinema FV–5 for Android, similar to FiLMiC Pro for iOS

By Allan Tépper | January, 15, 2015

I recently covered how proper digital USB audio is coming to Android (link ahead), which means that iOS devices like iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch will now face some healthy competition for

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Bringing “The Stanford Prison Experiment” to the big screen

By Meagan Keane | January, 15, 2015

The Stanford prison experiment is one of the most famous psychological experiments of modern times, playing a significant influence in academic and popular culture. Filmmaker Kyle Patrick Alvarez,

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Blackmagic’s “Slow-Motion” Feature

By Brian Hallett | January, 14, 2015

Right now, the only two Blackmagic cameras that shoot high frame-rates are the URSA and the Studio Cameras.  Until Blackmagic fixes this we are left with wild speculations for NAB 2015 and

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How to Build an In-House Studio

By Greg Ball | January, 14, 2015

So the decision has been made to bring video production in-house, and you’re the company’s video guru. You’ve been tasked with building an in-house

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“Advantageous” puts futuristic lens on modern struggles

By Meagan Keane | January, 13, 2015

Writer and director Jennifer Phang caught the attention of movie aficionados with her award-winning feature film Half-Life, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Now, with several

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