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  • To 8k, or Not to 8k, That Is the Question!

    To 8k, or Not to 8k, That Is the Question!

    February 13, 2018, 1:19 pm
    The only thing I am 100% sure about in our industry is that things will change. 2017 was certainly a year of change from a content distributor’s perspective — we started the year being asked by our clients who license programming from us for HD, which then changed to all 4K, and then 4K with HDR. […]
    The post To 8k, or Not to 8k, That Is the Question! appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • VFX Breakdown: Avengers: Infinity War
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      VFX Breakdown: Avengers: Infinity War

      August 17, 2018, 4:05 pm
      Framestore released this breakdown of its VFX work on more than 250 shots for Avengers: Infinity War, including CG New York City environments, Thanos’s Q-Ship, and digital doubles for Iron Man and Spider-Man. The post VFX Breakdown: Avengers: Infinity War appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Review: Codex ColorSynth Color-Grading Plug-In
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      Review: Codex ColorSynth Color-Grading Plug-In

      August 17, 2018, 9:35 am
      Currently available for Apple Final Cut Pro X, ColorSynth is an elaborate pre-wired network of color-processing nodes. The color-grading tool, which is based on FCP X’s Effect and Title Generator paradigm, has more than 60 items arranged in an eight-layer stack with several sublayers. ColorSynth is touted as having all the features and power of […] The post Review: Codex ColorSynth Color-Grading Plug-In appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • IBC 2018 Keynotes Cast a Wide Net
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      IBC 2018 Keynotes Cast a Wide Net

      August 16, 2018, 4:40 pm
      Keynote speakers at IBC will run a gamut from traditional broadcast executives and other familiar faces to newcomers from still emerging corners of the media ecosystem like voice assistance and advocates of “planet-centric design” philosophy. Here’s who you can see, and what they’ll be talking about. David Abraham, the former chief executive of Channel 4 and founder […] The post IBC 2018 Keynotes Cast a Wide Net appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Emmy-Nominated Sound Editor Trevor Gates on Atlant
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      Emmy-Nominated Sound Editor Trevor Gates on Atlant

      August 15, 2018, 4:26 pm
      FX’s Atlanta is one of the most highly acclaimed shows on TV for good reason — in episodes that run barely a half-hour in length, show creator Donald Glover and a team of collaborators that includes his brother, Stephen, craft an ongoing narrative about, as Glover put it before the first season premiered back in 2016, […] The post Emmy-Nominated Sound Editor Trevor Gates on Atlanta appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Nvidia Accelerates Ray-Tracing, Smartens Up AI wit
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      Nvidia Accelerates Ray-Tracing, Smartens Up AI wit

      August 14, 2018, 12:33 pm
      Nvidia dropped a bomb at SIGGRAPH last night, introducing its new Turing GPU architecture, a development the company touted as its “greatest leap” since it announced the CUDA platform back in 2006. Turing GPUs will have two new hardware components — RT Cores, which accelerate real-time ray tracing, and Tensor Cores, which speed deep-learning training […] The post Nvidia Accelerates Ray-Tracing, Smartens Up AI with New Turing GPUs appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • SIGGRAPH 2018 Spotlights Women in Computer Graphic
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      SIGGRAPH 2018 Spotlights Women in Computer Graphic

      August 13, 2018, 4:27 pm
      SIGGRAPH 2018, the world’s leading annual interdisciplinary educational event showcasing the latest in computer graphics and interactive techniques, spotlights the numerous women from across all computer graphics and interactive techniques specialties who will play a significant role during this year’s conference. “In this day and age, as the voices of women continue to be elevated […] The post SIGGRAPH 2018 Spotlights Women in Computer Graphics appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Unreal Studio Adds Support for X-Rite’s AxF Mate
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      Unreal Studio Adds Support for X-Rite’s AxF Mate

      August 13, 2018, 12:26 pm
      X-Rite’s AxF standard for sharing properties of physical materials got a boost at SIGGRAPH from Epic Games, which has integrated AxF in its Unreal Studio 4.20. Unreal Studio users can use AxF to import materials that were physically scanned using X-Rite Pantone scanners as Unreal Engine materials, meaning they will look the same across platforms using Unreal […] The post Unreal Studio Adds Support for X-Rite’s AxF Materials Exchange Standard appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Chaos Group Starts Beta-Testing V-Ray for Houdini,
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      Chaos Group Starts Beta-Testing V-Ray for Houdini,

      August 13, 2018, 12:26 pm
      In the lead-up to SIGGRAPH 2018, Chaos Group last week launched its beta program for V-Ray for Houdini. V-Ray for Houdini includes V-Ray Next rendering technology in two rendering engines, V-Ray and V-Ray GPU. Chaos Group said V-Ray for Houdini Beta 1 includes the following features: GPU & CPU Rendering – High-performance GPU & CPU […] The post Chaos Group Starts Beta-Testing V-Ray for Houdini, Expands Tests of V-Ray Cloud appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • The Insufferable Pain of the Personal Project
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      The Insufferable Pain of the Personal Project

      August 10, 2018, 12:16 pm
      Designer-animator James Ward‘s “The Insufferable Pain of the Personal Project” is a personal project about the process of creating personal projects. Make sense? Well, maybe you just have to watch the thing. (Then get back to work!) The post The Insufferable Pain of the Personal Project appeared first on Studio Daily.

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    • Oscars to Boot Some Awards from Live Broadcast, Ad
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      Oscars to Boot Some Awards from Live Broadcast, Ad

      August 8, 2018, 4:32 pm
      In a claimed bid to “keep the Oscars … relevant,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) said it will omit some award categories from the live Oscars broadcast and add one new category — outstanding achievement in popular film — to future award slates. In a letter sent to members last night, […] The post Oscars to Boot Some Awards from Live Broadcast, Add One for Best “Popular Film” appeared first on Studio Daily.

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