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January 11, 2017, 11:09 am
Deluxe is going into business with stunt coordinator Guy Norris (Suicide Squad, Mad Max: Fury Road), who founded Australian VR production company Proxi with his son, stunt performer Harrison Norris. Deluxe VR has signed an agreement with Proxi to collaborate … more »
The post Deluxe VR Teams Up with Proxi on Feature-Driven VR Production appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 26, 2017, 10:02 am
Going through the halls of NAB, today I looked at some innovative products that add features to make production a little bit easier. LaCie 2big Dock This hard drive array made of two drives comes in capacities of 12, 16 or 20 GB. Along with the fast and good-capacity storage, the unit also features two Thunderbolt […] The post NAB 2017: Off the Beaten Path, Day 2 appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 25, 2017, 9:10 am
NAB 2017 is a bit special to me. This is my 25th NAB. I have only missed two days (due to my grandfather’s passing) in the 25 years. When I started coming in 1992, I was a senior in college. One day, a bunch of us were discussing what equipment to buy to start our own […] The post NAB 2017: Off the Beaten Path, Day One appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 25, 2017, 4:42 am
Blackmagic Design set its sights on the market for Avid Pro Tools in post-production, releasing a public beta of DaVinci Resolve 14 that incorporates the Fairlight audio technology it acquired last year. That’s right — Resolve now includes a full-fledged post-production audio mixing engine on a new Fairlight page (top). It can be controlled by […] The post DaVinci Resolve 14 Is Now an Audio Console, as Blackmagic Adds Fairlight Technology appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 21, 2017, 4:46 am
A CG character is a tall order for television, no matter what the context is. Sure, Game of Thrones has a budget for dragons and White Walkers. Still, it’s safe to say that 3D animation was one of the last things Starz had on its mind when it began airing Survivor’s Remorse, the LeBron James-produced series about […] The post How They Did It: Animating a CG Fetus for Survivor’s Remorse appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 20, 2017, 5:46 am
Adobe updated its Creative Suite applications today with a workflow built around the new Essential Graphics panel in After Effects and Premiere Pro. In After Effects, the Essential Graphics panel allows users to put the most important elements of a composition in one place, where they will be easier to update. Using a new Motion […] The post Adobe Adds New Essential Graphics Workflow to After Effects and Premiere appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 19, 2017, 4:53 pm
Adobe updated its Creative Suite applications today with a workflow built around the new Essential Graphics panel in After Effects and Premiere Pro. In After Effects, the Essential Graphics panel allows users to put the most important elements of a composition in one place, where they will be easier to update. Using a new Motion […] The post Adobe Adds New Essential Graphics Worflow to After Effects and Premiere appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 18, 2017, 7:29 pm
Last September, when the 20th Century Fox sci-fi thriller Morgan premiered, artificial intelligence (AI) took center stage for the first time not as a plot point but a tool. The film studio revealed that it had used IBM’s Watson — a supercomputer endowed with AI capabilities — to make the movie’s trailer. IBM research scientists “taught” Watson […] The post Artificial Intelligence Comes to Hollywood appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 17, 2017, 6:00 pm
EditShare announced the XStream EFS 200 and XStream EFS 300, new storage products based on the EditShare File System (EFS) scale-out storage platform. Essentially, EditShare CEO Andy Liebman told StudioDaily, the new EFS models are replacing the company’s entry-level XStream ST and XStream HT — though those products won’t be eliminated outright in case customers […] The post EditShare Upgrades Entry-Level and Mid-Range Systems to EFS Platform appeared first on Studio Daily.
April 12, 2017, 4:39 pm
The Oscar-winning planar-tracking technology developed by Imagineer Systems has made Mocha Pro a workhorse for tracking and compositing tasks, including image-stabilization and object removal. The software’s utility has only grown along with the capabilities of standard desktop computing hardware. When stereo 3D conversions became a new, labor-intensive factor in blockbuster film releases, Mocha was optimized […] The post Q&A: Imagineer Systems’ Ross Shain on Mocha VR and the Evolutio...
April 10, 2017, 5:52 pm
Frame.io rolled out its first major update since its official launch in March 2015, adding a raft of refinements that include the ability for clients to do review and approval without logging into the system. All in all, there are more than 100 new features and improvements in today’s release, the company said, with an emphasis […] The post Frame.io Upgrades Review and Collaboration Toolset to v2.0 appeared first on Studio Daily.
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