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AEGraphics Bowled Over by Vizrt and Matrox Video 4K Solutions
AEGraphics Bowled Over by Vizrt and Matrox Video 4K Solutions
The Cricket World Cup (CWC), held every four years with the top 14 teams in the world competing, is a much anticipated event with a large viewership, typically in hundreds of millions. The 2015 Cricket World Cup was held in Australia and New Zealand. Star Sports, the host broadcaster for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, covered every match live. All the matches played by India, plus the semi-finals and final, were broadcast live in 4K to local cinemas in India. Alston Elliot (AEGraphics), one of the world's leading providers of television graphics and data solutions, was asked to deliver 4K graphics on Star Sports' live 4K coverage of the CWC games. Read More

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Defining The Art of Shaving with Blackmagic Design
Defining The Art of Shaving with Blackmagic Design
For many men, shaving their facial hair is a necessary evil. If they are not careful, they risk nicks, cuts and irritation, and the process is tedious and sometimes downright uncomfortable. Although shaving can be a chore, it's a must for many, unless they want to look like a member of the Duck Dynasty family. One of the questions that employees receive most often is "What's the difference between a traditional and royal shave?" To help answer this question and help customers better understand its services, Director Christopher Califano recently shot a video that brought the shaving experience to life using the Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF, Pocket Cinema Camera and DaVinci Resolve color corrector. Read More
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'Bob and the Trees' Survives the Winter Thanks to Help from Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
'Bob and the Trees' Survives the Winter Thanks to Help from Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Director Diego Ongaro knew he had his star when he first encountered Bob Tarasuk six years ago. "I was instantly attracted to his magnetic personality and captivating stories. Logging, his main line of work, became a fascination for me. I've often wondered about the history of the plank you buy at the lumberyard or the log you throw in the fireplace," explained Ongaro. "I'm captivated by the physical connection between the human body and the trees, the balance of power when it comes time to take a tree down and how small a man is compared to a giant oak. Yet, the paradox is that man usually wins." Read More
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Quicktake: Adobe PremiereClip
Quicktake: Adobe PremiereClip
Last week, I had the opportunity to put Adobe's PremiereClip through some paces. Although it wasn't a completely rigorous testing, it was enough to get a clear view of what the application was capable of, it's pros and cons, and create some mildly entertaining news pieces during the biggest broadcast event of the year. Read More
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AJA Launches #TryCION Camera Promotion at NAB 2015
AJA Launches #TryCION Camera Promotion at NAB 2015
AJA Video Systems today launched #TryCION, a new promotion seeding 100 CION cameras with qualified shooters. This new program, currently only available in North America, provides filmmakers, cinematographers and camera operators with easy access to CION to see and experience the camera first hand in production. Read More
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Jeff Foster speaks @NABShow
Jeff Foster speaks  @NABShow
Our friend Jeff Foster will be speaking at NABShow next week to talk about drones. If you know Jeff, or his work, you know that he's interested in both production and post production. He is always helpful and excited to teach people about new techniques and technologies. Read More
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Road to NAB 2015
Road to NAB 2015
This year, a small team and I will be trying something completely different. Rather than relying on the heavy duty gear that we've used in the past, our production is shifting to mobile. Completely mobile. That means iPhones and iPads. It means we can deliver quickly, but the smaller gear is also more difficult to control and protect. Read More
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Image Engine Tames "Chappie" Renders with PipelineFX's Qube!
Image Engine Tames
Image Engine was the primary VFX facility on "Chappie", so we were tasked with all the fight sequences, hard-surface character creation, live action animation, comps and lighting jobs that Neill Blomkamp and Sony Pictures requested. Our team consisted of about 150 people working out of the Vancouver office for about a year and half. Read More
Filmmakers` Contest: OWC Video commercial
TIME TO FLEX YOUR CREATIVITY, and potentially win some useful gear in the process Sometimes companies run contests with limited prizes in an attemp Read More
 
Indie Filmmakers Bring Cinematic Look to "The Great American Movie Hustle" with AJA CION   Upcoming indie feature " The Great A Read More
 
Premiere Clip to Premiere Pro
Adobe PremiereClip is a free app that allows you to edit anywhere on your iPhone or iPad. Your mobile device is an awesome way to start working on a Read More
 
Earth Day / Conserve / Create
This is just cool: As I sit here in California, trying to do my part to conserve water and electricity, OWC is actually creating power. Other W Read More
 
An Insider at NABShow
Yeah - Going from PremiereClip into Adobe After Effects. It's pretty simple - if you have a CreativeCloud subscription, you're only a few clic Read More
 


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