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Sony surprised many this week by circumventing the nagging delivery and artifact problems of currently announced cameras based on CMOS technology and-drawing on its still-significant R&D and manufacturing clout-using a new imager of its own.
Most of the news about Blu-Ray Disc technology has centered on its high-profile campaign to become the next consumer HDTV distribution format. But a new company, Blu-Laser Cinema (formerly Blu-Ray Cinema)-located a stone's throw from
Once upon a time, high-definition video production was synonymous with large investments and an engineering degree to get it right. It may very well be that history remembers that all changing in 2005. Giant leaps were made in affordable and easy-to-use technology at the recent NAB trade show in Las Vegas.
Washington, DC-based CBS affiliate WUSA-TV will soon begin broadcasting more than 35 hours of live local news each week in the 1080i high-definition format. It's the first station in the market to do so and one of only a handful in the country to make the leap to HD production for its local newscasts.
While Apple took the HD post front at NAB, Panasonic broke acquisition ground by introducing a camcorder with vertical resolutions that span 480i to 1080p. The new AG-HVX200 records in DV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, and DVCPRO HD formats.
Metadata - it's one of those industry buzzwords that can make your eyes glaze over. But as the new world of digital HD imaging meets the traditional world of 35mm film, metadata has become a key to making digital productions work more efficiently
Step 1 Import your QuickTime movie With your QuickTime movie finished, create a new Flash project. Import the QuickTime movie to the Stage (File -> Import -> Import to Stage). When importing, choose to