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Frame.io in Premiere Pro CC

Frame.io Now Available Inside Adobe Premiere Pro CC Panel

Frame.io, the cloud-based content-collaboration platform launched last year by a group of New York based editorial and post-production veterans, is now available as an extension for Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The new extension integrates Frame.io in Premiere Pro's panel architecture, meaning … more »

Lytro cinema camera

Lytro Cinema’s Camera May Change the Way Movies Are Made

A new type of digital camera coming to NAB next week aims to break through fundamental limitations of cinematography, allowing the manipulation of basic image properties including plane of focus, depth of field and frame rate in post-production. If Lytro Cinema delivers … more »

Scratch VR suite

Assimilate Adds Advanced Grading, Compositing Tools to New Scratch VR Suite

Assimilate is going deeper into virtual reality, expanding Scratch's basic 360-degree toolset to include more advanced grading and compositing tools in the new Scratch VR Suite. Scratch VR Suite is being sold as an annual license that includes Scratch, a … more »

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Video over IP: ASPEN Community and AIMS Air Competing Proposals

At NAB last year, Evertz proposed a new transport format for sending uncompressed video over IP networks. It was called ASPEN, an acronym for Adaptive Sample Picture Encapsulation. Evertz rallied industry leaders behind the idea. By September, a small army of companies including … more »

Q&A: Evertz Director of Product Marketing Mo Goyal on the ASPEN Protocol

As the move to IP infrastructure for video begins in earnest, different factions disagree on how best to arrive at standards for use by IP-based facilities. Two industry groups have been formed with very similar goals and somewhat different ideas … more »

Q&A: AIMS Chairman Michael Cronk on IP Protocols

As the move to IP infrastructure for video begins in earnest, different factions disagree on how best to arrive at standards for use by IP-based facilities. Two industry groups have been formed with very similar goals and somewhat different ideas … more »

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Signiant CTO Ian Hamilton on the Cloud, Big Media Files, and Other NAB Trends

As global workflows become the norm, especially at larger creative facilities, accelerated file transfer is becoming a crucial factor in optimizing workflow — sharing files on a cross-country basis, or moving them about on an intercontinental scale. That's good news … more »

Batman v Superman

Podcast: David Brenner, ACE, on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

In taking on the daunting task of editing Zack Snyder’s new tentpole superhero extravaganza, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, editor David Brenner, ACE, quickly figured out that he had more on his plate than ever before. Since it opened, the … more »

Blackmagic Design Fusion 8

Blackmagic Design Fusion Comes to the Mac

Mac users who've wanted to take Blackmagic Design's VFX and motion-graphics software Fusion for a spin finally have their chance. With v8, now shipping, Fusion is available in both Mac and Windows versions. Also for the first time, Fusion 8 … more »

The Witch

How They Did It: Levitating a Creepy Coven in The Witch

Few popular horror movies are more severe than The Witch, a period-accurate supernatural drama that made the transition from film-festival darling to multiplex hit based on a savvy campaign by distributor A24. The film itself is a smoldering, low-key study of life … more »