Jay is a journalist based in Angeles.
As usual, almost everything seen in the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center during NAB Show 2017 is grist for the editing mill, and the progenitors of post production are keeping pace with the advancing evolution of our digital content creation technology.
What better way to welcome the New Year than by taking stock of the state of post production with insights from representatives of some of the leading NLE manufacturers?
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Virtual reality is upon us, and, like any other seachange technology in the world of entertainment communication, it’s ultimately going to be up to editors to figure out how to handle it.
Virtual reality comes of age in Las Vegas
As the Bard once said, “Displays the thing!” and at NAB Show 2016 monitors and displays provided windows into the souls of new technologies.
We used to say “fix it in post,” but with all the new power and flexibility of today’s edit systems it’s now more a question of “create it in post.”
The way digital content creation technology is going, it’s not “what you see is what you get,” it’s more “what you see is what you got!” and “what you got” can only be seen on a video monitor with the latest HDR, HFR and wide color gamut technology.
All the changes that are in the air in our rapidly evolving media environment at the NAB Show will hit the fan, as it were, in editing and post production.
As the new year dawns, if the purpose of an editor is to take raw chaos (source material) in the left hand and produce creatively crafted meaning (finished masters) out of the right, we are in for a major paradigm change.
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