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Some multimedia enthusiasts might consider the Holy Grail of electronic imaging a compact high-definition video camera combined with an ultra high-resolution still camera. Such a hybrid device would allow the photographer to instantly choose the right medium for the right shot.
Although it has tried to reposition its Grass Valley NewsEdit NLE system to compete with the likes of others used in the independent filmmaking and video production markets, Thomson tabled those efforts this month and decided to buy Canopus. Many see the move as a great fit for both companies.
In a far-reaching agreement, ProMAX Systems, Inc. (Irvine, California) and BOXX Technologies, Inc. (Austin, Texas) announced today that they will jointly deliver a broad range of specialized media creation products for film, video and broadcast professionals.
As the digital intermediate has quickly ushered in new, more efficient and flexible workflows, processes still vary widely from studio to studio, each using a different mixture of tools. While this allows each company to develop its own creative special sauce for digital intermediates, it also creates a host of problems
Panasonic has been a leader in developing video technologies for the production industry, including filmmaking, broadcasting and other professional applications. Now we have packed a wealth of our leading technologies into an exciting new camera-recorder.
Performing a convincing magic trick depends on how well things can be hidden, moved and replaced before the eye can detect the deception. Similarly, creating photorealistic CG effects is a balance of making it look as good as possible and then using any elements ' dark lighting, dust, quick cuts or distancing the subjects from the camera ' to mask the fact that it is largely an illusion.
oming on the heels of Thomson's announcement that it would acquire Canopus, Thomson makes the headline again with yesterday's announcement that it will purchase Thales Broadcast & Multimedia (TBM) business unit