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Blackmagic Design HDLink

Accurate monitoring during high-definition production is absolutely critical; an SD monitor just can't show you potential problems with your footage. From bad makeup jobs to product labels that managed to more »

WAY Beyond Videotape

Don't throw out all those videotapes yet. Valuable content may still be archived on a panoply of analog and digital tape formats, and HDV has given the MiniDV tape a new lease on life, but totally tapeless more »

Adventures in Indieland: Stephanie Daley

What attracted everyone to work on Stephanie Daley- including leads Tilda Swinton and Amber Tamblyn - is what cinematographer David Rush Morrison calls "an amazing script." more »

HDV For the Long-Haul

Can high-def footage, shot in a compressed format at 720p/30, survive the rigors of extreme conditions and remote travel and make it safely out to HD, SD and film? Documentary filmmaker Andrew Young, armed with JVC's GY-HD100U, decided to find out. more »

Panasonic PT-LB30NTU Portable Projector

If you're shopping for a portable projector, you know about trade-offs. You can buy a projector with the brightness level you need, but it will probably weigh more than you want. Or you can buy a projector more »

Adventures in IndieLand: The Legend of Lucy Keyes

Every time director/writer John Stimpson went walking on part of his property on Wachusett Mountain in Massachusetts, he thought about the local legend of a haunting that many of his friends claimed to have experienced. more »

Leitch’s VelocityHD v.9.1

Harris Corp., the new owner of Leitch products, is shipping version 9.1 of Leitch's VelocityHD nonlinear editing system with HDV support, variable frame-rate processing of Panasonic VariCam content and more »

D2 Software Nuke v4.5

Digital Domain subsidiary D2 Software shipped v4.5 of its Nuke compositing system, incorporating an image-based keyer, additional 3D tools, a new UI mode, and OS X support. more »

D2 Software Nuke v.4.5

D2 Software, a subsidiary of Digital Domain, is now shipping v.4.5 of its compositing system Nuke. New features include an image-based keyer and more flexible 3D workspace, as well as a new interface, support more »

AMS Neve MMC 400

AMS Neve launched the MMC 300 and MMC 400 audio consoles. They feature a new central panel for controlling monitoring, source and surround mixing, and eight assignable faders. The MMC series is Dolby-compliant more »