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September 13, 2017, 6:46 am
Spinning disk (HDD) and flash storage (SSD) drives are nearly the same cost these days, so it’s no surprise that many shooters, filmmakers, and content creators are turning to SSDs for long-term storage of critical media files. Like human beings, our drives require some amount of exercise to maintain good health; both traditional HDDs and […]
The post Your SSDs Need a Workout from Time to Time — Like Any Other Drive appeared first on Studio Daily.
September 18, 2017, 4:38 pm
Sennheiser announced a new partnership program designed to smoothly integrate its Ambeo VR Mic, custom-designed for spherical audio capture, with existing production gear, including VR cameras, field recorders, plug-ins, and software. The first group of partners includes Zoom, Aaton Digital, Orah, Sphericam, Noise Makers and Harpex. The key technological hurdle in Sennheiser’s proposed VR audio […] The post Sennheiser Builds Partner Program Around Ambeo VR Mic appeared first on Studio D...
September 16, 2017, 3:31 pm
Avid is coming on strong at IBC with a raft of announcements including the promised debut of a Microsoft Azure cloud-based implementation of its MediaCentral platform. But the biggest news for editors may be a post-production workflow driven by MediaCentral Editorial Management that brings collaborative editing features for smaller teams to Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro. Avid […] The post Avid’s New MediaCentral for Post Brings Collaborative Features to Media Composer, ...
September 13, 2017, 11:42 am
In advance of IBC, Adobe announced new features coming to its Creative Cloud video applications, including the release of Team Projects, new VR support in Premiere Pro and, at last, Character Animator v1.0. 360-degree video creation in Premiere Pro should be easier now that Adobe has introduced a way for users to keep working using […] The post Adobe Sets Expanded Immersive Video Features for Premiere Pro appeared first on Studio Daily.
September 7, 2017, 4:51 pm
Grass Valley said it will preview Edius 9 and Stratus 6.0 at IBC 2017, introducing new features geared toward virtualized cloud-based installations, improved HDR support, and social media management features for newsrooms. Large facilities will soon be able to purchase what the company calls “cloud-ready” floating license packages for the Edius 9 NLE that will […] The post Grass Valley to Preview Edius 9, Stratus 6.0 at IBC appeared first on Studio Daily.
September 6, 2017, 3:58 am
The latest European creative studio to land stateside is Goodbye Kansas, a Swedish VFX and animation house with outposts in London and Hamburg. Game-industry veterans Fredrik Löving and Tobias Dahl, formerly of Battlefield and Mirror’s Edge developer DICE, will run Goodbye Kansas LA as co-studio managers. Löving has been working in Los Angeles for the last four […] The post Swedish VFX and Animation Studio Goodbye Kansas Opens in L.A. appeared first on Studio Daily.
August 31, 2017, 4:43 pm
From Winterfell to Dragonstone with lots of stops in between, the team at Zoic Studios took the scenic route across Westeros this season, as revealed in this latest VFX breakdown from the series. The post Zoic Studios: Best of Game of Thrones VFX S7 appeared first on Studio Daily.
August 25, 2017, 8:22 pm
Adobe SpeedGrade CC reached end-of-life this week, as Adobe ceased all development on the powerful standalone color-grading application. The move doesn’t actually come as a surprise. Since Adobe acquired SpeedGrade in 2011, customers had often complained that the software was difficult for non-colorists to use, but Adobe never seemed particularly dedicated to updating or streamlining SpeedGrade […] The post Adobe SpeedGrade CC Is Dead; Long Live Lumetri Color appeared first on Studio D...
August 24, 2017, 4:27 pm
IBC said its conference this year will feature a program called Big Screen, where speakers will discuss innovations in cinema imaging — including cinematic VR, laser projection, and light-field technology — and their business impact on the cinema industry. To host the program, IBC has built out an auditorium with Dolby Vision projection and Dolby […] The post IBC’s Big Screen Sessions to Ask: Can Tech Innovation Save Cinema? appeared first on Studio Daily.
August 24, 2017, 5:39 am
Musician Eclectic Method built a two-minute dance track exclusively from sound FX swiped from films in the Indiana Jones franchise. The post Indiana Jones Sound Effects Remix appeared first on Studio Daily.
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