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AJA Announces Five New Mini-Converters at InfoComm

AJA announced more mini-converters at InfoComm this week, with nifty little boxes aimed at applications ranging from on-set workflow and studio environments to post-production and digital signage. The new HB-T-HDMI and HB-R-HDMI convert HD and UHD signals from HDMI to Ethernet and … more »

AlphaDogs Schedules ACES Talk, Monitor Shoot-Out, at Editors’ Lounge

Still working out the implications of the new ACES workflow for editorial and post-production? Burbank's AlphaDogs has scheduled a discussion of the Academy Color Encoding System, as well a reference-grade monitor "shoot-out," for its next Editors' Lounge. The June 26 event will include … more »

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Deluxe Debuts VR Services with “Neuro” Short at E3

Deluxe debuted its work on "Neuro," a five-minute "immersive film" created for virtual reality headsets, at E3 in Los Angeles, as a showcase for new technology and services the company is offering to VR and immersive content developers. The film, which employed … more »

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Adobe Stock Image Library Launches in 36 Countries

Adobe revealed details of its plan to carve out a chunk of the stock photo market with today's launch of Adobe Stock, offering subscription-based and per-image access to royalty-free photos, illustrations, and other graphic elements. The stock content marketplace is … more »

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Worldwide 3D Box Office Roars to Life with Jurassic World

3D is alive and well in international markets, with Jurassic World earning about 65 percent of its box-office take outside the U.S. from 3D screenings, according to RealD, which provides its RealD Cinema Systems and 3D glasses to movie theaters worldwide. … more »

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Director Crystal Moselle on NYC Documentary The Wolfpack

Crystal Moselle’s documentary The Wolfpack opens with six long-haired teenage brothers reenacting a scene from Reservoir Dogs, complete with guns made from duct tape. As it turns out, these boys have been forced to become shut-ins by their father, Oscar, who’s … more »

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Benchmark Post to Take Over Former Todd-Soundelux Burbank Studio Space

A new audio post-production company, Benchmark Post, is launching in Burbank, with plans to occupy the former Todd-Soundelux offices on West Alameda this fall. Benchmark Post founder Pedro Jimenez, a re-recording mixer who started up movie-trailer audio specialist Benchmark Sound … more »

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B2B Video: With Split Screen, Dell Software Tells Users, ‘Expect More’

Dell faced a challenge when it looked to improve the visibility of its enterprise software business. While 95 percent of companies in the Fortune 500 use Dell's software, users didn't associate the software with its brand. Dell wanted to make … more »

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Cinematographer Rob Hardy, BSC, on Ex Machina

Director and screenwriter Alex Garland's exquisite corpse of a film, Ex Machina, assembles its shape-shifting images and fluid perspectives with the deft hand of a talented novelist-turned-filmmaker. Produced by DNA Films/A24 Films, Garland's directorial debut tells the story of a reclusive tech CEO … more »

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Kinefinity’s 4K and 6K Cameras to Bundle Assimilate Scratch

Assimilate is partnering with Beijing-based camera maker Kinefinity to give purchasers of the KineMini 4K or KineMax 6K cameras a one-year license of Assimilate's Scratch on-set and post-production software. As part of the deal, which gives Assimilate a foothold in the burgeoning … more »